Satoshi Miyauchi

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Satoshi Miyauchi
Personal information
Full name Satoshi Miyauchi
Date of birth (1959-11-26) November 26, 1959 (age 61)
Place of birth Tokyo, Japan
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Position(s) Midfielder
Youth career
1975–1977 Teikyo High School
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978–1988 Furukawa Electric 114 (6)
Total 114 (6)
National team
1984–1987 Japan 20 (0)
Teams managed
1989–1997 Prima Ham FC Kunoichi
1997–1999 Japan Women
Honours
Furukawa Electric
Winner Japan Soccer League 1985/86
Winner JSL Cup 1982
Winner JSL Cup 1986
Runner-up JSL Cup 1979
Runner-up Emperor's Cup 1984
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Satoshi Miyauchi (宮内 聡, Miyauchi Satoshi, born November 26, 1959) is a former Japanese football player and manager. He played for the Japan national team. He also managed Japan women's national team.

Biography[change | change source]

Miyauchi was born in Tokyo Metropolis on November 26, 1959. After graduating from Teikyo High School, he joined Japan Soccer League club Furukawa Electric in 1978. Initially, he could not play in many games for injury. In 1982, the club won JSL Cup. From 1983, he played as regular player and the club won 1985/86 Japan Soccer League and 1986 JSL Cup. He was also selected Best Eleven in 1985/86 and 1986/87. In Asia, the club won 1986 Asian Club Championship. This is first Asian champions as Japanese club. He retired in 1988. He played 114 games and scored 6 goals in the league.

In August 1979, Miyauchi was selected the Japan U-20 national team for 1979 World Youth Championship. But he did not play in the match. On September 30, 1984, he debuted for the Japan national team against South Korea. He played at 1986 World Cup qualification, 1986 Asian Games and 1988 Summer Olympics qualification. He played 20 games for Japan until 1987.

After retirement, in 1989, Miyauchi became a manager for Nadeshiko League club Prima Ham FC Kunoichi. The club won 1994 Empress's Cup, 1995 Nadeshiko League and 1997 Nadeshiko League Cup. He resigned in 1997. In 1997, he also became a manager for Japan women's national team. He managed at 1997 AFC Women's Championship and 1998 Asian Games. Japan won the 3rd place at both tournament. In 1999, he managed at 1999 World Cup. However Japan was defeated in group stage and failure to qualify for 2000 Summer Olympics. This helped to cause with economic stagnation the withdrawal of a series of teams from the Nadeshiko League. Japanese women's football was on the verge of decline. He resigned after 1999 World Cup.

Statistics[change | change source]

[1]

Club statistics League
SeasonClubLeague AppsGoals
JapanLeague
1978 Furukawa Electric JSL Division 1 1 0
1979 10 1
1980 3 1
1981 3 0
1982 4 1
1983 16 2
1984 18 1
1985/86 21 0
1986/87 18 0
1987/88 20 0
Country Japan 114 6
Total 114 6

[2]

Japan national team
YearAppsGoals
1984 1 0
1985 8 0
1986 6 0
1987 5 0
Total 20 0

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