|Full name||Tokyo 23 Football Club|
|Ground|| Edogawa Stadium |
|League||Kantō Soccer League (Div. 1)|
|2022||3rd of 10|
Tokyo 23 Football Club (東京23フットボールクラブ, Tōkyō Ni-Jū San Futtobōrukurabu) commonly known as Tokyo 23 FC (東京23FC, Tōkyō Ni-Jū San Efushi) is a Japanese football club based in the 23 special wards of Tokyo. Their motto is "Tokyo Pride" (Be Pride of the Tokyoites). The club now participates in the first division of Kanto Soccer League, which part of Japanese Regional Leagues, the 5th level of the Japanese football league system, and they're aiming towards pro football.
Tokyo 23 Football Club was established as Sagawa Tokyo 23 Soccer Club in 2003.
Tokyo 23 FC was promoted to Division 1 in 2006, but they hovered around 7th to 11th their position until 2010 for 4 years.
On February 3, 2010, Tokyo 23 Corporation. was established for management. In April 2010, Tokyo 23 Soccer Club was renamed to Tokyo 23 FC.
On January 15, 2012, Tokyo 23 FC fought against Tonan Maehashi Satellite to be raised to Kanto Soccer League 2nd Division, and Tokyo 23 FC won by 1–0.
On October 7, 2012, Tokyo 23 won the Kanto Soccer League's 2nd Division, three points clear off runners-up Hitachi Building System SC.
|2012||Kanto Soccer League (Div. 2)||1st||18||12||3||3||48||22||26||39|
|2013|| Kanto Soccer League|
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