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Seino Transportation Soccer Club was a Japanese football club based in Gifu. The club has played in Japan Soccer League Division 2.
In 2014, Seino Transportation became one of the sponsors of the spiritual successor club, F.C. Gifu.
Ōgaki is a city located in Gifu, Japan. As of 31 October 2018, the city had an estimated population of 161,539, and a population density of 782 persons per km2 in 65,931 households. The total area of the city was 206.57 square kilometres (79.76 sq mi). Ōgaki was the final destination for the haiku poet Matsuo Bashō on one of his long journeys as recounted in his book Oku no Hosomichi. Every November the city holds a Bashō Festival.
The former Japan Football League was an association football league that existed from 1992 to 1998. Also known as the JFL, it was the 2nd tier of the Japanese football hierarchy following J.League.
Arte Takasaki was a Japanese football club based in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, formerly of the Japan Football League. Their team colours were black and red.
Honda Lock SC are a Japanese football (soccer) club based in Miyazaki, the capital city of Miyazaki Prefecture. They play in the Japan Football League. Their team colour is red.
Ryoichi Maeda is a Japanese football player who plays for FC Gifu. He played for Japan national team.
Football Club Gifu, abbreviated as F.C. Gifu is a Japanese football club based in Gifu, Japan. They play in the J3 League, the third tier of Japanese professional football.
The Seinō Railway is a freight only railway company in Ōgaki, Gifu, Japan. The company was founded in 1927. Its line mainly transports limestone. The company is not related to Seinō Transportation (西濃運輸), a transportation company with similar name, also based in Ōgaki. The company was reported as being dissolved in 2013.
Gifu (岐阜) is the southcentral portion of Gifu Prefecture in the Chūbu region of Japan. It shares its name with the prefecture and the capital city of Gifu. The borders of this region are not officially set, but it generally consists of the following cities and towns: Gifu, Kakamigahara, Hashima, Mizuho, Motosu, Yamagata, Kasamatsu, Ginan and Kitagata.
Seinō is the southwestern portion of Gifu Prefecture in the Chūbu region of Japan. Before Gifu became a prefecture, the area was part of Mino Province. The Seinō region received its name as a combination of the kanji for "west" (西) and "Mino" (美濃), and is sometimes referred to by the unabbreviated name of Nishi Mino. The borders of this region are not officially set, but it generally consists of the following cities and towns: Ōgaki, Kaizu, Gōdo, Wanouchi, Anpachi, Ibigawa, Ōno, Ikeda, Yōro, Tarui and Sekigahara.
Hida (飛騨) is the northern portion of Gifu Prefecture in the Chūbu region of Japan. The Hida region received its name because the area was formerly part of Hida Province, before the formation of prefectures in Japan. The borders of this region are not officially set, but it generally consists of the following four municipalities: Takayama, Hida, Gero and Shirakawa.
Mino-Akasaka Station is a train station in the city of Ōgaki, Gifu Prefecture, Japan operated by the Central Japan Railway Company. It is also a freight terminal for the Japan Freight Railway Company.
1982 was the 18th season of the Japan Soccer League.
Tetsuya Totsuka is a former Japanese football player and manager. He played for Japan national team.
Takashi Umeda is a former Japanese football player.
Statistics of Japan Football League in the 1997 season.
Yasuharu Kurata is a former Japanese football player. He played for Japan national team.
Hiroshi Moriyasu is a former Japanese football player. His brother Hajime Moriyasu is also former football player.
The 95th Emperor's Cup (第95回天皇杯全日本サッカー選手権大会) was the regular edition of the annual Japanese national cup tournament, which was held from 29 August 2015 to its final on 1 January 2016.
The 97th Emperor's Cup (第97回天皇杯全日本サッカー選手権大会) was the 2017 edition of the annual Japanese national cup tournament, which began on 22 April 2017 and ended with the finals on 1 January 2018.