Okayama Yunogo Belle

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Okayama Yunogo Belle
岡山湯郷ベル
Full nameOkayama Yunogo Belle Club
Nickname(s)Belle
Founded2001
Ground Mimasaka Rugby Football Field, Mimasaka
Capacity5,000
Chairman Wazo Morimoto (森本和三)
Manager Kaori Taneda (種田佳織)
League Nadeshiko Div.2
2018 10th
Website Club website

Okayama Yunogo Belle Club is a Japanese women's football club from Mimasaka in the Okayama Prefecture. [1]

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Founded in 2001, in 2003 it made its debut in the Nadeshiko League, where it has played since except for the 2004 season. Its best results to date are 3rd spot in 2012. In 2006 it also reached the national cup's final.

Squad

Current squad

As of 2 September 2020.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
2 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kikumi Taniguchi (谷口きくみ)
3 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Yuka Kado (加戸由佳)
4 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Sachie Takahashi (高橋佐智江)
5 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Motoyo Hosokawa (細川元代)
6 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Riyo Kuzuma (葛間理代)
7 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Miki Asano (浅野未希)
8 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Makiko Kobayashi (小林真規子)
9 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Miho Kitaura (北浦美帆)
11 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Miki Matsuoka (松岡実希)
13 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Chiho Takahashi (髙橋千帆)
No.Pos.NationPlayer
14 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Chizuru Nakajima (中島千尋)
15 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Mayu Tanaka (田中麻由)
16 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Saki Kawano (川野紗季)
17 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Erina Kobayashi (小林映里奈)
18 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Maririn Aoyagi (青柳麻理鈴)
19 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kumi Mizushima (水島久美)
20 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Ayame Morisako (森迫あやめ)
21 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Isayo Mita (三田一紗代)
22 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kotori Sakuma (作間琴莉)
23 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Sana Kishino (岸野早奈)
24 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Mai Ohkubo (大久保舞)
25 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Shoko Hashimoto (橋本祥子)

Honours

Domestic Competitions

Results

SeasonDomestic LeagueNational CupLeague CupLeague Note
LeagueLevelPlaceTms.
2002
Chugoku
2
1st
2nd Stage
-
Promoted for L.League
2003
L
1
8th
13
Quarter-finals
-
1st Stage : (WEST)4th / Relegated to Div.2
2004
L2
2
1st
6
Quarter-finals
-
Promoted for Div.1
2005
L1
1
6th
8
Semi-finals
-
2006
Nadeshiko
Div.1
4th
8
Runners-up
-
2007
5th
8
Quarter-finals
Group Stage
2008
5th
8
Quarter-finals
-
2009
6th
8
Quarter-finals
-
2010
Nadeshiko
5th
10
Quarter-finals
Group Stage
2011
4th
9
Semi-finals
-
2012
3rd
10
Quarter-finals
Group Stage
2013
3rd
10
Semi-finals
Runners-up
2014
4th
10
Quarter-finals
-
1st Stage : 1st
2015
Nadeshiko Div.1
8th
10
3rd Stage
-
1st Stage : 7th
2016
10th
10
3rd Stage
Group Stage
Relegated to Div.2
2017
Nadeshiko Div.2
2
8th
10
2nd Stage
Group Stage / Div.2

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References

  1. Results in Soccerway.com