Tokyo Verdy

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Tokyo Verdy
Full name Tokyo Verdy
Founded 1969
Ground Ajinomoto Stadium
(capacity: 50,100)
Chairman Yasuo Shimada
Manager Ryoichi Kawakatsu
League J. League 2
2009 J. League 2, 7th

Tokyo Verdy (東京ヴェルディ Tōkyō Verudi?) is a Japanese professional football club[1] in Tokyo.[2]

History[change | change source]

The club was founded in 1969.[2]

  • 1969-1992 Yomiuri S.C.
  • 1992-2000 Verdy Kawasaki
  • 2001-2007 Tokyo Verdy 1969
  • 2008-present Tokyo Verdy

Players[change | change source]

In 2010,[2] the team included

No. Position Player
1 Japan GK Yoichi Doi
2 Japan DF Kensuke Fukuda
3 Japan DF Masaki Yoshida
4 Japan DF Masaki Iida
5 Japan MF Naoya Saeki
6 Japan MF Tomo Sugawara
7 Japan MF Hiroki Kawano
8 Japan MF Kosei Shibasaki
10 Japan MF Takuro Kikuoka
13 Japan FW Taira Inoue
14 Japan DF Seitaro Tomisawa
15 Japan MF Shinichi Mukai
16 Japan FW Kazunori Iio
17 Japan DF Yukio Tsuchiya
18 Japan MF Kento Tsurumaki
19 Japan MF Takuma Abe
20 Japan MF Yu Tomidokoro
No. Position Player
21 Japan GK Tomoyuki Suzuki
22 Japan DF Takuya Wada
23 Japan DF Shohei Takahashi
24 Japan MF Toshiyuki Takagi
25 Japan FW Kazuki Hiramoto[3]
26 Japan GK Takahiro Shibasaki
27 Japan MF Koya Shimizu
28 Japan DF Ryo Nurishi
29 South Korea DF Lee Chi-Song
30 Japan MF Hiroki Ebisawa
31 Japan DF Ryoji Fukui
32 Nigeria MF Adebayo Adigun

League title[change | change source]

League position[change | change source]

Former position[change | change source]


Reserve team[change | change source]

Yomiuri S.C. had reserve team ; Yomiuri S.C. Juniors from 1980 to 1992.

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. Jsoccer.com, "Japan J.League Teams"; retrieved 2012-2-29.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Soccerway.com, "Tokyo Verdy"; retrieved 2012-3-2.
  3. Soccerway.com, "K. Hiramoto"; retrieved 2012-3-18.

Other websites[change | change source]

Media related to Tokyo Verdy at Wikimedia Commons