|Full name||Tokyo Shidax LSC|
Tokyo Shidax LSC (東京シダックスLSC) was a women's association football team that played in Division 1 of Japan's Nadeshiko League.
The club was disbanded in 1996.[ citation needed ]
|Season||Domestic League||National Cup||League Cup||League Note|
|1993||8th||10||2nd Stage||–||1st Stage : 9th / 2nd Stage : 8th|
|1994||L||7th||10||Quarter-finals||–||1st Stage : 4th / 2nd Stage : 8th|
|1995||7th||10||Semi-finals||–||1st Stage : 9th / 2nd Stage : 10th / Dissolved|
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