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[All Japan Senior Football Championship Kanto Qualifying Round 2] Tsukuba FC wins by pushing Nankatsu SC
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In the second half, Nankatsu SC could not break the goal of Tsukuba FC and the difficult development continued.
The second round of the All Japan Senior Football Championship Kanto Qualifying will be held on June 2th (Sun) at Hitachinaka City General Athletic Park Athletics ... → Continue reading
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Junior School (U12), Junior Youth (U15), Youth (U18), Girls (Women's Elementary School ~ High School Students), Ladies Team (Tsukuba FC Ladies), the top team is active. There are about 60 sponsors. As for the operating mother, the top team of men and womenTsukuba FC Co., Ltd.", the school division including the youth and younger generationNPO corporationTsukuba Football Club". Based on the idea of "making everyone enjoy sports in a wonderful environment throughout their lives,"サ ッ カ ーWe are aiming to popularize.
Headquartered in Tsuchiura CityJoyful HondaWe have formed a business alliance with the sports club ``Joyful Athletic Club", we are holding a soccer school under the guidance of the Tsukuba FC coaches.
The junior youth team does not make a selection at the time of joining because it focuses on training,Takamado Palace All Japan Youth (U-15) Soccer ChampionshipHe also passed the Ibaraki Prefecture qualifying round in 2nd place and participated in the Kanto tournament.
- 1993: Started as a women's team (now Tsukuba FC Ladies), and soon a men's team. Active at school and physical education facilities in Tsukuba city.
- ?? Year: Started junior (U-12) school activities.
- 2001: Started enjoy class (elementary school beginners, women center) activities. School start using Miyamoto ground. Start of adult school.
- 2002: Started school activities for junior youth (U-15).
- 2003: Established "NPO Tsukuba Football Club". Top men's team begins partnership with Joyful Honda.
- 2004: Girls Youth (5 elementary school girls-high school students) started working.
- 2005: Started using Tsukuba Futsal Arena (artificial grass, presently FUTSAL POINT Tsukuba). Incorporated the office of the commercial part as "Tsukuba FC Co., Ltd." One room of Hotel Matsushima is used as an office. Started activities in the Youth (Men's U-1) category. Happy class (now girls youth) activities started
- 2006: Men's Youth Team registered with JFA. A hand-crafted natural turf ground "Tsukuba FC Expo Ground" will be provided as a practice place. Sekisho becomes a uniform sponsor of the women's team and begins hiring female players. Declaration of participation in the women's top team Nadeshiko.
- 2008: Transfer of management of the top team to Tsukuba FC Co., Ltd. With the creation of the ground in 2006,Japan Football Association(JFA) "Green Project" cooperation. Created 30 pot seedlings to be sent nationwide at the Tsukuba FC Expo Memorial Park Ground. The regional sports information magazine vision, which is published jointly with "Active Tsukuba", has passed the application for the toto subsidy. Since NovemberRadio TsukubaThe program "Tsukuba Football Stadium" started.
- 2009: The logo and emblem are revamped to strengthen the top team as a policy. Take a big step toward entering the J League and Nadeshiko League. Collaboration with the regional blog portal site "Tsukuba channel blog" closely related to Tsukuba City has also begun. Flag partner business started.
- 2015: Established Tsukuba FC Next (men's second team).
Men's top team (Joyful Honda Tsukuba FC)
The men's top team isJoyfull Honda Tsukuba FC(Joyful Honda/Tsukuba FC)"University of Tsukuba"StudentVentureOperated by "Tsukuba FC Co., Ltd.".Ibaraki Adult LeagueIt succeeded to the "Joyful Honda Soccer Club," which belonged to the second division, and has been promoted to the Kanto League in 2.
From 2009University of TsukubaIn addition to accepting OBs from the university, it also gives active staff opportunities to participate.
The J LeagueJapan Football LeagueAs a general rule, when joining the (JFL), a seating capacity of at least 5000 seats (J3 league・It is obligatory to secure a stadium (JFL standard) in the hometown, and currently Tsukuba City does not have a facility corresponding to it, but Tsukuba City2019ToIbarakiWill be inNational Athletic MeetThe main venue of2020 Tokyo OlympicsIn mind that it will be used as a camping site forJ1 leagueAn athletics stadium with a capacity of 3 people that meets the holding criteriaTsukuba City Sports Park was planned to be built withAlthough,20158In the referendum, there were many votes against the construction plan, and the development was frozen.Clubs aiming to join the J LeagueIs one of.
But in January 2016Sports reportAccording to Tsukuba CityProfessional baseball/Yomiuri Giants army 2nd/3rd armyA construction plan for a new sports facility centering on the utilization of the headquarters is planned (substantial revival of the plan)
- 1976: Established as the "Daishinen Soccer Club" centered on OB and graduate students of University of Tsukuba.
- 1978: Joined the Ibaraki Prefectural League, changing the name and partner of "Joyful Honda Soccer Club".
- 2007: In partnership with Tsukuba FC, renamed "Joyful Honda Tsukuba FC" and started activities as the top team of Tsukuba FC.
- 2009: The logo and emblem are renewed and the top team is strengthened as a policy. Tie-up with University of Tsukuba kicking club.
- 2013:49th National Adult Soccer ChampionshipIn the jumping grade37th National Regional Soccer League Final TournamentEven though he participated in, he lost the first round.Kanto Adult Soccer TournamentI won the championship from the next yearKanto Soccer LeagueI decided to be promoted to the second division.
- 2014: Won the 2nd division of the Kanto Soccer League and was promoted to the 1st division from the following year.
- 2021 Year Edition
ス タ ッ フ
|GM||University of Tsukuba||Representative of team|
|directed by||Daisuke Tomita||Mito HollyHock Club Relations Coordinator||new|
|coach||Ibaraki Club Tresentif||new|
|Technical staff||Tsukuba FC Junior Youth 2020 Director||new|
Player (Joyful Honda Tsukuba FC)
|GK||1||FC Gifu SECOND|
|21||Chirashi Earth||Cobaltore Onagawa|
|4||Josai International University|
|5||University of Tsukuba|
|6||Blau Blitz Akita|
|15||Shuhei Doen||Cobaltore Onagawa|
|16||FC Kariya||Athlete chairman|
|17||Hyosung International High School|
|29||Boso Rover's Kisarazu FC||New member|
|MF||7||Yuki Teruoka||Briobecca Urayasu||Vice Captain|
|8||Tokyo Musashino City FC|
|23||Kanagawa University||New member|
|25||Ryunosuke Suzuki||Senshu University||New member|
|26||Rikkyo University||New member|
|30||Ryutsu Keizai University||New member|
|33||Teru Ando||Tokyo United FC||New member|
|34||Chukyo University||New member|
|13||Kokushikan University||New member|
|19||Kashima Antlers Youth|
|31||Ryutsu Keizai University||New member|
Player (Tsukuba FC Next)
|GK||1||Seiryo High School|
|12||Joyfull Honda Tsukuba FC|
|DF||3||Iwaki Koyo High School|
|5||Joyfull Honda Tsukuba FC|
|MF||2||Ryuukei Ohashi High School|
|6||FC Ganju Iwate|
|9||Funabashi City High School|
|15||Tsukuba FC Youth|
|30||Tsukuba FC Youth|
|31||Hiroaki Mito High School|
|FW||10||Tsukuba FC Youth|
|27||Furukawa Daiichi High School|
Men's top team (Joyful Honda Tsukuba FC)
|2005||Ibaraki2nd block A||Win||34||12||11||1||0|
|2006||Ibaraki prefecture 1st section||9 bit||12||13||3||3||7||-12%|
|2007||Ibaraki prefecture 2nd section A block||Win||11||1||50||9||41||Promoted by the first division after a replacement battle|
|2008||Ibaraki prefecture 1st section||7 bit||11||14||3||2||9||30||36||-6|
|2009||Ibaraki prefecture 2nd section A block||2 bit||11||2||30||36||-6|
|2012||Ibaraki prefecture 1st section||4 bit||19||14||6||1||7||33||32||1|
|2013||2 bit||34||14||11||1||2||48||10||38||Promoted to the second section of Kanto after a soccer tournament for Kanto adults|
|2015||Kanto Department 1||3 bit||36||18||13||3||2||45||27||18|
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Men's Second Team (Tsukuba FC Next)
|2015||Ibaraki prefecture 3nd section A block||Win||28||10||9||1||0||51||6||45|
|2016||Ibaraki prefecture 2nd section A block||2 bit||35||13||11||2||0||82||11||71|
Men's Youth (U-18)
- U-18 Ibaraki prefectural league prefectural south B championship
- U-18 Ibaraki Prefectural League District League Final Tournament 4th
- U-18 Ibaraki Prefectural League Prefectural South B 5th
Men's Junior Youth (U-15)
- Japan Club Youth Championship (U-15) Ibaraki Preliminary Round Final Tournament Advancement
- IFA club league (U-15) championship → IFA top league second division entry battle championship
- Takamado Miya Cup All Japan Youth Championship (U-15) Ibaraki Prefectural Tournament Runner-up → Kanto Tournament
- IFA U-13 Tournament Tsukuba City Qualifying runner-up → Prefectural South Qualifying
- IFA Top League (U15) 2nd Division B championship → IFA Top League 1st Division promotion
- IFA U-13 Tournament Tsukuba City Qualifying Win → Prefectural South Qualifying
- Japan Club Youth Championship (U-15) XNUMXrd place in Ibaraki qualifying → Advance to Kanto tournament
- Navy blue, Red, white
|Posting location||Sponsor name||Notation||Posted year||Remarks|
|Upper back||Sanwa Needle Bearing||TNK SANWA|
Ishihara Sangyo Co., Ltd.
|Pants||Continental home||Continental Home|
Uniform supplier itinerary
Chronology of successive uniform sponsors
|年度||chest||clavicle||Upper back||Lower back||sleeve||Pants||supplier|
Ishihara Sangyo Co., Ltd.
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- ^ (Tentative name) Tsukuba City Sports Park Basic Plan Archived August 2015, 7, at the Wayback Machine(Retrieved July 2014, 7, January 2, 2015)
- ^ Two giants in Tsukuba! To attract all facilities related to local companies Archived August 2016, 1, at the Wayback Machine(Sports news January 2016, 1 Read January 25, 1)