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⚽ | Soccer, Haraguchi fully participated Germany 2nd division, Appelkamp scored

Photo Hannover's Haraguchi (right) = Dusseldorf (jointly) competing in the second half of the match against Dusseldorf

Soccer, Haraguchi fully participated Germany 2nd division, Appelkamp scored

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Düsseldorf's Appelkamp Shinta participated in the 13th minute of the second half and scored the team's third goal in the 31st minute.

[Dusseldorf (Germany) joint] Genki Haraguchi and Sei Muroya of Hannover on the 2st in the German second division soccer league ... → Continue reading

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Appelkamp, ​​Shinta, Karl(Aperukanpu / Shinta / Karu,2000May 11 -) isTokyoSetagayaFromsoccer player.Bundesliga Part 2-Fortuna DusseldorfAffiliation.Positions are MF and DF.in Japan"Apelkamp true sizeIs also written.


Born in TokyoMitsubishi YowaAlthough he was enrolled in Junior Youth, he moved to Germany due to his father's work.Fortuna DusseldorfJoined the subordinate organization of[1].. In September 2019, announced that it would sign a professional contract with Düsseldorf[2].


Affiliation club

Youth career
Professional career

Representative history

  • U-17 Japan National Team
    • American expedition (2017)[3]
  • U-18 Japan National Team
    • 24th Lisbon International Tournament U18 (2018)[4]


  1. ^ Its name is Appelkamp.Japan x Germany, the day when two blood-sucking 2-year-olds became footballers [Interview (18)]Football Channel (February 2019, 9) Retrieved August 14, 2019.
  2. ^ 18-year-old Japanese midfielder Shinta Appelkamp has a professional contract with DüsseldorfGexaka (August 2019, 9) Viewed August 21, 2019.
  3. ^ "U-17 Japan National Team US Expedition (3 / 16-25) Member Schedule”(Japanese). JFA | Japan Football Association. 2019/7/22Browse.
  4. ^ "Schedule / Results │ 24th Lisbon International Tournament U18 | U-18 | Japan National Team | JFA | Japan Football Association". www.jfa.jp. 2019/7/22Browse.

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13 minutes in the second half


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