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|Full name||NPO Yokohama Sports and Culture Club|
|Ground|| Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium |
Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Yokohama Sports & Culture Club (横浜スポーツ&カルチャークラブ, Yokohama Supōtsu Ando Karuchākurabu), commonly referred to as simply Y.S.C.C. or Y.S.C.C. Yokohama (Y.S.C.C.横浜 or simply YS横浜) is a Japanese multisports club based in Yokohama. Although they compete in a number of different sports, YSCC is best known for its association football team that currently plays in J3 League.
The club was formed in 1986 by former ANA players under the name Yokohama Soccer & Culture Club. The "S" was changed to "Sports" in 2002.
Y.S.C.C. Yokohama was the starting point for many Yokohama Flügels and Yokohama F. Marinos players. When the Flügels folded in 1999, they supported the creation of Yokohama FC to replace them.
In 2012 they played Japan Football League for the first time and finished in 6th position.
|2020 †||18||17th||34||5||12||17||37||66||-29||27||623||Did not qualify|
As of 5 March 2021 [update] . Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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