ReinMeer Aomori

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ReinMeer Aomori
ラインメール青森
ReinMeer Aomori FC Logo.png
Full nameReinMeer Aomori Football Club
Nickname(s)ReinMeer
Founded1995;26 years ago (1995)
Ground Kakuhiro Group Athletic Stadium
(or Michinoku Bank Dream Stadium)
Aomori, Aomori
Capacity5,500
ChairmanMiki Sakaki
Manager Tatsuya Mochizuki
League Japan Football League
2019 13th
Website Club website

ReinMeer Aomori (ラインメール青森, Rainmēru Aomori) is a Japanese football club based in Aomori, the capital city of Aomori Prefecture. They play in the Japan Football League. Their team colour is blue.

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History

Founded in 1995, ReinMeer Aomori was managed by Aomori City Football Association picking players from existing clubs. The name comes by the mix of two German, Rein (clean) and Meer (sea). The name was picked to symbolize the nature of Aomori; the logo features the main protagonist of Aomori Nebuta Matsuri.

In 2016, they played for the first time in Japan Football League and the club hopes to reach J1 League by 2030. [1]

Current squad

As of May 3, 2020. [2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Ryuichi Kamiyama
2 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Koji Noda
3 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Takaaki Kinoshita
5 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Taiga Nishiyama
6 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Ryuki Nishimuro
7 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kosuke Ota
8 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Keigo Sakakibara
9 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kenta Hori
11 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Jumpei Obata
13 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Yoshiki Ishizawa
14 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Masahiro Hoshito
15 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Taiki Kikuchi
16 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Hibiki Wada
17 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Tomoyuki Hirose
18 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Tomoya Inoue
No.Pos.NationPlayer
19 FW Flag of Paraguay.svg  PAR Jonathan Matsuoka
20 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Taichi Kamiyama
21 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kazuya Oguri
22 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Tatsuki Abe
23 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Kohei Tanaka
24 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Shinya Awatari
25 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Ko Nakajima
26 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Sachio Hamada
27 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Yuhei Nitta
28 MF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Takuro Kikuoka
29 DF Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Hayato Mizuno
30 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Hiroki Bandai
31 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Takuji Yokoyama
32 FW Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Taiki Yukutake
41 GK Flag of Japan.svg  JPN Atsuki Suetsugu

League and cup record

ChampionsRunners-upThird place Promoted Relegated
League Emperor's
Cup
Shakaijin
Cup
SeasonDivisionTierPositionGPWDLPts
2009 Tohoku Soccer League
(Div. 2)
67th1443715-
2010 7th14311010-
2011 5th1051416-
2012 Tohoku Soccer League
(Div. 2, North)
63rd1482426-
2013 1st18162050-
2014 Tohoku Soccer League
(Div. 1)
53rd18132341-2nd Round
2015 2nd181440461st Round4th Place
2016 JFL 48th301361145-
2017 2nd301710361-
2018 10th3010713372nd Round
2019 13th30991236-
2020 15th15447164th Round
2021 -TBA

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References

  1. http://reinmeer-aomori.jp/images/rinen2-05.jpg
  2. "ラインメール青森". reinmeer-aomori.jp. Retrieved May 3, 2020.