|Full name||ReinMeer Aomori Football Club|
|Ground|| Kakuhiro Group Athletic Stadium |
(or Michinoku Bank Dream Stadium)
|League||Japan Football League|
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.
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.
As of May 3, 2020.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|2009|| Tohoku Soccer League|
|2012|| Tohoku Soccer League|
(Div. 2, North)
|2014|| Tohoku Soccer League|
|2015||2nd||18||14||4||0||46||1st Round||4th Place|
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