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Its predecessor was the Naka Ward Sports Boy Scouts in Yokohama (later renamed Yokohama Soccer Club after FC goals).afterwards,All Nippon Airways(ANA) assistedYokohama Tristar Soccer Club, 1984, the team management company "ANA SportsLtd.After the establishmentANA Yokohama Soccer ClubIt became.By the way, "Tristar" was ANA's main aircraft at that time.Lockheed L-1011It was a nickname of, and a similar logo was used on the uniform.
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The practice venue was initially in the same cityKanagawa kuI used to use the ANA Sugeta General Ground in Japan, but since 1994Totsuka kuHodogaya Ocean Stadium (Ocean Whales(Practice ground) was built on the siteFlugels Higashi Totsuka Training CenterIt was used.After the team mergerF. MarinosUsed as a practice area,Yokohama Minatomirai 21 OfMarinos TownAfter moving toYokohama FCCame to be used (see below).
At the beginningANA (ANA)Jointly invested with A in the J-LeagueSato IndustryTake the S of "(Yokohama)AS(AS)FlugelsThere was also a time when I was calling myself.By the wayYomiuri ShimbunとFuji Television Network, Inc"Professional baseball newsIn 1992 and 1993, the team name was written as "AS (Frugels)".Sports reportとNippon TVWas introduced as "AS Yokohama Flugels", but since 1994 it has been unified to "Yokohama F (Yokohama Flugels)".
1992 - 1995UntilKyushu regionAs there was no J-League club in Japan, as a "special activity area"Nagasaki,Kumamoto,KagoshimaI was active in 3 prefectures,AvispaJoined the J League1996After that, it disappeared (Later).
But,Emperor's cupThen, he continued to make good progress, and in the final, the champion of the 1st stage,AntlersAlthough it was tied just before the end and it was an extra time, he scored 4 goals in the extra time and won 6-2. He won the first Emperor's Cup after the opening of the J-League.
From the 1th section to the 4th section of the 11st stage, he won 8 consecutive wins and was temporarily in 2nd place, eventually finishing in 5th place.However, it was active as the cornerstone of the attackAmarillaHowever, the team is sluggish when they leave or retire only at this stage. The 2nd stage finished in 8th place.For this year onlyEdu,Fernando Daniel Monaire,Vaubel da Silva CostaAre also leaving the team.
Kamo retired to become the coach of the Japanese national team and was the head coachKimura BunjiBecame the director.Brazil trio including active Brazil national team (Zinho,Cesar Sampaio,Evair) Joined the topic, but in the 1st stage, it finished in 14th place out of 13 teams.Kimura resigned as director in the 1th section of the 14st stage and succeededAntonio Carlos SilvaCould not push the team to the top.In many cases, a large number of goals were scored, and the total number of goals scored in both stages was the worst in the league.However, under the appointment of young SilvaMasatake Narasaki,Takayuki Yoshida,Yasuhiro HadoPlayers who joined the team this year have emerged.
OtacílioIs appointed as a director.The Brazilian trio, who joined the team in the previous year, fit the team, and with the success of Jun Miura, Maezono, Motoi Yamaguchi, etc. (If it was a two-stage system up to the previous year, it would have won the 8st stage).However, in the second half of the game, which resumed after the Atlanta Olympics, the points could not be increased, and although the number of wins was 6 with the winning Antlers and the 2nd place Grampus, the final ranking was 1rd..
Evair, while Maezono left the groupBaubelHas rejoined since 1994. Until the final section on the 1st stageAntlersAnd unfortunately missed the victory (2nd place with 2 points difference)..However, when Zinho, who supported the team's breakthrough only in the 1st stage, left the team, the scoring ability declined and the 2nd stage fell to 11th place.For this year, Otacílio has retired.
Carlos RexachIs appointed as a director. The team that took the 3-4-3 style got off to a good start by defeating Marinos 2-1 at the end of the extension in the opening game Yokohama Derby, but due to the bad influence of the aggressive style, they lost 5 consecutive games from the next section.After that, he won 7 consecutive wins and left a record of 1 wins and 10 losses in the 7st stage.However, when he entered the 2nd stage, his defense broke down and he resigned, taking responsibility for the slump in Section 2 of the 8nd stage.I was a coach for the successor coachGerd EngelsWas promoted.
Team merger disappeared and Emperor's Cup victory
|78 timesEmperor's cupFinal vsS-PulseBattle (1999May 1,National Kasumigaoka Stadium).The numbers are uniform numbers,Is the captain.|
1998May 10, The merger of Marinos and Flugels was discovered in the form of being overtaken by the media before the press release.Was one of the investment companiesSato IndustryAnnounced withdrawal from club management due to poor management of its main business, and another investment companyANAWas also in the red, and the cause was that he could not afford to support the club alone.Therefore, Marinos' parent companyNissan MotorAs a result of discussions with the two clubs, the two clubs were merged, and Flugels was merged into Marinos, which has substantial initiative, and the clubs were virtually extinguished.The merger of the two clubs was officially approved at the J-League extraordinary board meeting held that day.
It was the first match after the merger was announced.May 10 OfCerezoAfter the match, supporters jointly sat down in the square in front of the stadium and demanded discussions with the club front to withdraw the merger.All the athletes also participated in the activities on the street. The signing campaign against the merger took place all over the country, and more than 62 signatures were collected.May 11In the final game of the home (Mitsuzawa), coach Engels made an appeal in Japanese to appeal for the survival and relief of the club at the ceremony after the game, and he was also known as a Flugels fan.Jihide KawahiraHas been taken up as a social problem every day in the mass media, such as stating that it will support survival.May 12, The merger of both clubs was signed.
In such a merger disappearance drama78th Emperor's CupOpened, Flugels after the signing ceremonyMay 12The first match was reached.At the same tournament, it was thought that players who were not blessed with the opportunity to participate and whose affiliation was not decided the next year would be allowed to participate and appeal to other clubs, but at that time there were few opportunities to enter the bench.Koji SakuraiThe club became even more united with the words "Let's show a strong Flugels".quarter finalJubilo, SemifinalAntlers,1999May 1finalS-PulseDefeated and won.
Match results before and after the merger announcement
|1998||May 10||J League|
|Section 13||Kamoike||●||2 - 3||Sangha||Immediately before the announcement of the merger|
|May 10||Section 14||Yokohama country||○||7 - 0||Cerezo||Immediately after the announcement of the merger, the highest score record in the stadium|
|May 11||Section 15||Hiroshima Bi||○||2 - 1||Sanfrecce|
|May 11||Section 16||Mitsuzawa ball||○||2 - 1||Avispa||Home base last match|
|May 11||Section 17||Sapporo Atsubetsu||○||4 - 1||Consadole||The last match of the league match|
|May 12||Emperor's cup||3 Round||Hakata ball||○||4 - 2||Otsuka FC|
|May 12||4 Round||Tottori||○||3 - 0||Ventforet|
|May 12||quaterfinals||Kobe Yu||○||2 - 1||Jubilo|
|May 12||Semifinals||Long stay||○||1 - 0||Antlers|
|1999||May 1||final||National||○||2 - 1||S-Pulse||Club last match|
- Impact on each club
1999May 2, Formally merged with Marinos and disappeared..Marinos added "F" derived from Flugels to the team name "F. MarinosIt was renamed to.The practice area was changed to "Totsuka Training Center" by taking over the Higashi-Totsuka Training Center of Flugels in 2007.Marinos TownUsed until completion.
On the other hand, some supporters wishing for the survival of Flugels moved to form a new club as an alternative to cope with the reality that it became difficult, and in January 1999, "Yokohama Frie Sports Club Co., Ltd." As an operating companyYokohama FCWas established,Japan Football LeagueParticipation in (JFL) was granted as a special case.Yokohama FC managed the team with a loan of 1999 million yen from the "Frugels Reconstruction Fund" established in 2500, and won the JFL for the second consecutive year.2000Next after the end of the season2001Was allowed to participate in the J-League (J2), but at that time it was clarified that it was a different entity from the Flugels, so some former Flugels supporters also moved away from Yokohama FC.Since then, Yokohama FC has a history as a new club, which is different from Flugels, and the record of Flugels will not be added to the club's past results.
In addition, the "Frugels Reconstruction Fund" held a general meeting of contributors on August 2009, 8, and received repayment of 29 million yen as a watching ticket for Yokohama FC, and the remaining 2000 million yen was promoted by Yokohama City Nippatsu Mitsuzawa. The donation will be made to increase the number of spectator seats in the stadium (about 3800 seats), and a nameplate for the reconstruction fund was set up on the pillar beside the main gate for general customers in the stadium..
Rights including the name "Frugels" are still presentYokohama MarinosIt is owned by a corporation.2004In February, Flugels-related goods such as the mascot "Tobimaru" were released.Japan Football Association Building"(JFA House)"Japan Soccer MuseumWas donated to.
- Correspondence of each sponsor
ANA, the largest investor in Flugels (All Nippon Airways Sports) and the leader of the merger, took a 30% stake in "Yokohama Marinos Ltd.", which was also operated by F. Marinos after the merger, but major shareholders continue to have 70% stake. It was Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., a major automobile manufacturer that owns2002In February, it sold all its shares to Nissan. In 2, the position where the company name was posted on the uniform changed from the back to the sleeve, and in 2011, it withdrew from the uniform sponsor.The "Tobimaru ticket" used as an economy class discount fare system for international flights was changed to "GET" in February 2013, and is now "Eco-wari".
Sato Kogyo, a co-founder of Flugels,2002Applying for the Corporate Rehabilitation Law in March2009The procedure was completed in September.The company's positive attitude toward soccer remains even after the dissolution of Flugels,2011On January 1, we signed an agreement with the Japan Football Association and started supporting the "JFA Kokoro Project" (Yumesen) promoted by the association as a supporting company...In Toyama prefecture, where the company's head office is located2007Established in MarchKatallerEntered J2009 in 2, and although Sato Kogyo did not invest, it sponsors bench advertising in Kataller's games.
- Trends of affiliated players
23 players who were enrolled in Flugels at the time of the announcement of the team merger With the efforts of the people involved and the success of the Emperor's Cup, the following yearTakahiro Okubo(Honda FC, JFL), all fulfilled contracts with J League clubs (including J2)..For F. Marinos who absorbed FlugelsHideki Nagai-Kazuki Sato-Akihiro Miura-Yasuhiro Hado-Takayuki YoshidaFive players, including the four starting pitchers in the Emperor's Cup final, have joined.Second year of merger2000With the success of Miura and others, he also won the first stage.After transferring to Hado in the middle of the 1 season2010Returned to F. Marinos,2011Retired from active duty as far as possible. Former Flugels Youth player who slid to F. Marinos so,Daisuke SakataとTanaka HayamaBecame the main player in F. Marinos after that, and both were elected to the Japan national team.
Severely criticized the merger of the field and the absence of supporters as the main player of the growthTomohiro YamaguchiAnd Marinos over the Japan national team goalkeeperKawaguchi NoukatsuWas in a fierce competition withMasatake NarasakiDoes not join Marinos,1998 FIFA World Cup Japan National TeamThese two people who were also selectedGrampusMoved to.Narasaki hated the disappearance of Flugels' name from the previous club section of the starting lineup table, and did not transfer until he retired in 2018..
Of the tournamentBrazil national teamThen I got the runner-up by scoring the first goal of the tournamentCesar SampaioReturned to BrazilPalmeirasReturned, as a player chairman, he was a pioneer in opposition to the merger with Yamaguchi.Koji Maeda TheJubilo,Takeo Harada TheCerezo, The Emperor's Cup final was suspendedRyohiro Satsukawa TheReysolScored a goal in the Emperor's Cup finalKuboyama YuseiWas the opponent of the finalS-Pulse, From youthYuki InoueIs the result of winning the Emperor's CupJeffHe moved to Jeff with Engels, who became the new coach, and the veteran and mid-level players were dispersed to other than F. Marinos.Also, from the front of FlugelsSanghaInvited by the general manager ofKimura BunjiHas enrolled six young Flugels players in Kyoto.
Since the transfer of the new team after the announcement of the merger proceeded relatively smoothly, there was no player who transferred directly from Flugels to Yokohama FC, which was launched in a hurry, but he was active in Flugels at the start of the J League in 1993.Masaaki Takada,Ippei WatanabeEtc. have joined.Former Flugels players such as Kazuki Sato joined the team after that, but in August 2005AlbirexYamaguchi joined the team, and Yamaguchi led Yokohama FC to J2006 promotion as captain in 1 (after that, he retired only in 2007).In addition, when Yokohama FC took over the former Higashi-Totsuka (LEOC) training center, which Yamaguchi did not approach when using F. Marinos, he placed his locker in the same place as in the Flugels era., I tried to use the name "Frugels" in my retirement match, but as mentioned above, F. Marinos (Yokohama Marinos Ltd.), who has the right to the name, did not give permission, and Yamaguchi decided to hold the retirement match itself. I canceled it.Yamaguchi was the director of Yokohama FC from 2012 to 2014.
- Impact on the entire league
The "J-League crisis" caused by the sharp decrease in the number of spectators after peaking in 1995 and the increase in the deficit of each J-League club was in 1997.J League Associate Member-Tosu FuturesSurvival problem This merger with Marinos Flugels, which followed, became apparent to everyone.The area around the Japanese national team was excited by participating in the France World Cup, but the J-LeagueVerdi Yomiuri ShimbunSignificant reduction in management due to withdrawalBellmareAlsoFujitaThe management crisis due to withdrawal overlapped, and the previous yearAsian currency crisisI was suffering from the effects of the recession that started in.
Saburo Kawabuchi, who managed the situation as a J-League chairman, made an excuse that "when I talked to myself, the merger of the two teams could not be overturned by the decision", while admitting the merger as the J-League manager. As a matter of course, the supporters and Chairman Maeda received a lot of criticism as "ignoring the supporters", and later recalled that "this was the most painful".Kawabuchi, who decided that there was a problem with the management structure of each club that depended on the parent company, set out to strengthen the management monitoring system and gradually disclosed the financial status of each club.In addition, the J-League two-part system, which was introduced the following year, called for each J2 club, which has a more difficult business environment, to be closer to the community.
In addition, since the J League will shift to a two-part system from 1999, the bottom five clubs will be based on the results of 2 and 1997.J1 entry decision match(Tournament qualification match) will be held, but due to the disappearance of Flugels, the participation in the qualification match has decreased to the bottom four clubs, and the tournament has also been partially changed.
Special activity area
Criteria for selecting special activity areas and their background
As mentioned above, Flugels was initially in the J-League.Kyushu regionThehome townBecause there was no J club to say, and ANA is the main sponsor of the club, Yokohama CityOkinawaWe planned to hold double home towns in each prefecture of Kyushu, including Kyushu, and planned to play about half of the home games in Kyushu.This is also related to the fact that it had a plan to "base all areas where ANA has an airport."However, in that case, only one game was assigned to each prefecture, and some prefectures refused to hold games sponsored by Flugels because it was disadvantageous in terms of business, so in the end the quasi-base in Kyushu was Nagasaki. We narrowed down to three prefectures: prefecture, Kumamoto prefecture, and Kagoshima prefecture.
Also, in the J League, in principle, one hometown per teamMunicipality(Currently, wide-area hometowns that straddle multiple cities, wards, towns and villages within the same prefecture are allowed), and while the official hometown is Yokohama City, these three prefectures have "special activities". By establishing a category called "Region", it had almost the same authority as Hometown, and was able to preferentially hold games hosted by Flugels (excluding the Emperor's Cup).For this reason, in the first four years of the J-League (3-4), teams other than Flugels did not play main games in these three prefectures.
Along with this, the Nagasaki, Suizenji, and Kamoike stadiums were also constructed to meet the J-League holding standards, such as the installation of new lighting equipment and the renovation of stand seats.
When the J-League is launched, set up a home in the same YokohamaMarinosIt was not uncommon for the J-League to play a sponsored match on the same day as the J-League at the same venue.Hold multiple gamesIn some cases, Marinos used Mitsuzawa (ball), Flugels used the following three prefectures in Kyushu, or other venues such as the Tokyo National Stadium, because he did not admit that in terms of pitch conditions and spectator replacement.
On the contrary, in Fukuoka Prefecture, there are no games hosted by Flugels, and Marinos has two games each in 1993 and 1994.Higashihirao Park Hakata no Mori Athletics StadiumWe played a sponsored game at.In addition, at the stadiumVerdi,RedsAlso held games hosted by Verdy, Fukuoka Brooks (currentlyAvispa) Became an associate member of the J League in 1995Higashi Hirao Park Hakata no Mori StadiumHosted one match at.Flugels did not appear as an away team in either match.
- Stadium in special activity area
- Nagasaki Prefectural Sports Park Athletic Field
- Kumamoto City Suizenji Stadium
- Kagoshima Prefectural Kamoike Athletics Stadium
The number of games held each yearList of Yokohama Flugels results by year #Number of visitors by yearchecking ...
Harsh match schedule
Due to the above relationship, the game in Mitsuzawa (ball) was not organized for more than a month, and I was on a de facto long-term road.In particular1993の11月から12月にかけての試合に至っては三ツ沢（球）のフリューゲルス主催試合は1試合しか行われなかった。また7月から9月始めにかけても熊本と国立で1試合ずつ試合をしており、このステージのホームゲーム9試合で三ツ沢（球）で試合をしたのはわずか3分の1に当たる3試合だけだった。
1994, In the latter half of the first stage (Suntory series) due to the re-covering work of the lawn of Mitsuzawa (ball), the sponsored games after May 1 also battled with Kagoshima, Nagasaki, National, Toyama (Kumamoto / Suizenji at that time) Since the renovation work was underway, the first stage was not performed),World CupIn some cases, he returned to Mitsuzawa (ball) for the first time in three months (the last match before the renovation was against Gamba Osaka on May 8) in the match against Grampus on August 20th.
For this reason, Yokohama F's motivation and performance will be low in the game in Kyushu, and as a result, the result of the home game of Flugels in Kyushu is 5 wins and 22 losses in total of league games and cup games.1994May 7 OfYamazaki Nabisco CupRound 1 (vs.Cerezo, Kagoshima) 1-0, and finally 14 consecutive losses.By stadium, Kagoshima had 3 wins and 7 losses, Nagasaki had 2 wins and 8 losses, and Kumamoto had all 7 losses.
Not an official hometown,Sato IndustryBecause the place of establishment of is in Toyama prefecture1994For several years fromToyama Sports Park Athletic FieldHowever, it held about one sponsored game every year.
Reduction of extracurricular activities area
1996,AvispaWith the entry of the J-League, the category of Yokohama F's special activity area disappeared, and each club can now host equally.SanghaIn Kagoshima Prefecture, where games hosted by other clubs were also held, games hosted by Flugels were held for about 1-2 games a year.
- J League
Team mascot character
- At that time, the mascot character of Flugels, who was excited about the game in home games.
- Flying squirrelIs the motif, and you can fly in the sky with goggles and a cloak.Favorite foodhaze.
- It was also used in ANA's low-cost airline ticket "Tobimaru Ticket", and the trademark right was owned by ANA.
- After the team disappears2004In February, along with other Flugels related goods,Japan Soccer MuseumWas donated to.
Official theme song
- Songwriting:Takamizawa Toshihiko Arrangement: THE ALFEE
Shanti Snyder "Flying So High" was announced in 1998.
- White, tag
The history of uniform supply
Chronology of successive uniform sponsors
|1993||Idemitsu||BANDAI||Mizuno / |
Special items regarding uniforms
The 1st (mainly for home use) was made on a white base, and the 2nd (mainly for away) was made on a blue base.
- 2nd made by Puma1995It was rarely used until then, and only a few games were actually used, such as games at the Emperor's Cup and games with overseas clubs.Mizuno's first design 2nd had only a sample product with the sponsor logo and a commercial replica with the team logo.
- 1996ToAvispa Fukuoka,1997ToVISSEL KOBEWas promoted, and silver and white / black stripes were used in the 1st, respectively, so the chances of the 2nd appearance increased after that.
- またJubilo IwataEven in a home game with a light blue-based club where the 1st is light blue, Flugels once wore the 2nd.In this case, the away side also wore the 2nd.
- Most visitors per game
- Minimum number of visitors per game
- Highest score per game
- Most goals in one game
- hat trick
- Best eleven
Team name change
- 1964-Yokohama Naka Ward Sports Boy Scouts (later changed to Yokohama Soccer Club)
- 1979-Yokohama Tristar Soccer Club
- 1984-All Nippon Airways Yokohama Soccer Club
- 1988-All Nippon Airways Soccer Club
- 1992-All Nippon Airways Sato Kogyo Soccer Club (name: Yokohama Flugels)
- penalty OfHide Funabashi City High School-Senshu UniversityIt is known that each era received an offer to acquire it (strictly speaking, the city ship era was the predecessorAll Nippon Airways Yokohama Soccer ClubIs offering to win).
- Captain TsubasaAtKen Wakashimazu(laterGrampus(Transferred to) is a club that joined after graduating from high school.Kamo Shu,Ryuji Ishizue,Atsuhiko MoriHas appeared in the work.
- High schoolHidetoshi NakataOne of the 10 J-League clubs that scouted.
- Nishiki HiroshiIn 1998, when he was in Funabashi Municipal High School, he participated in a satellite game as a designated strengthening player, and although he had decided to join the club from the following year, he joined Jubilo, who had an offer because the club disappeared.
- When Flugels disappears,Nissan Tochigi PlantProposal to name the amateur team "Frugels" was there.
- De facto second team "Tokyo Frier SC" by OB of ANA Yokohama SC / Yokohama Flugels (1993Formed).1999Sagawa Express Tokyo SC (1991The team was integrated with Sagawa Express and called itself "Sagawa Express Tokyo Frier".LaterJapan Football LeaguePromoted to (2001)did,Sagawa Express Tokyo Soccer ClubIt is one of the sources of.
- ^ “1996 J League Standings”. data.j-league 2020/4/17Browse.
- ^ “1997 J League 1st Standings”. /data.j-league 2020/4/17Browse.
- ^ The official activities of the team ended with the Emperor's Cup final.
- ^ The application for corporate registration is December 1998, 12.
- ^ Source: City of Yokohama, Environmental Planning Bureau Press release date March 22, 2010 "The mayor presents a letter of appreciation to the Flugels Reconstruction Fund Management Committee", Flugels Reconstruction Fund Management Committee"Notice (February 2010, 2)'
- ^ When the company rehabilitation law procedure was completed, the company president at that time thanked Kawabuchi and former Flugels players for their encouragement, and stated that he would continue to be involved in soccer.Source: Yukan Fuji Article dated September 2009, 9,(* Deleted from the server, posted articles can be confirmed on various sites)
- ^ Sato Kogyo website "Updates, Topics dated January 2011, 1.
- ^ Immediately before the announcement, he announced his departure and retired from active duty.Paulo FootleExcept for the rental source in the middle of the Emperor's CupSporting de GijonReturned toIgor Lediakhovincluding.Besides, Frontale (Japan Football LeagueHiroki Hattori, who was renting to (former JFL)), joined S-Pulse in 1999.
- ^ In the course after leaving the J-League club, it is customary to include many players who either retire from active duty or play in amateur JFL or regional leagues.
- ^ otherMasahiro OhashiEtc. are also applicable.
- ^ Narasaki won the J-League Most Valuable Player Award in December 2010, but even at this point, 12 years after the merger, he said, "I have a strong feeling for Yokohama Flugels." You can't do that twice. " I still talk to him. "Source: zakzak December 12, 2 "Narasaki humbly wins the Super Save "J Awards" Best Player Award'
- ^ "[Nagoya] The trend of Narasaki's departure. Will "former affiliation, Yokohama Flugels" help to remain?”. Soccer Digest web (November 2016, 11). 2019/2/9Browse.
- ^ a b "Retired from Narasaki ... Only Endo remembers the strong "former affiliation, Yokohama Flugels"”. Sports Nippon (May 2019, 1). 2019/2/9Browse.
- ^ From an interview with Yamaguchi.Source: Baseball Magazine, "Marugoto J League Complete Edition, 15 Years of Glory Memories," 2007
- ^ Following the decision to dissolve the club in January 1998, the new teamSagan TosuWas launched.
- ^ By Koho Tsujino The miracle of F that we caused p143
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