Seiki Ichihara

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Seiki Ichihara
Personal information
Full name Seiki Ichihara
Place of birth Japan
Teams managed
Years Team
1981 Japan Women

Seiki Ichihara (市原 聖曠, Ichihara Seiki) is a former Japanese football player and manager. He managed for Japan women's national team.

Biography[change | change source]

In June 1981, the Japan Football Association formed the first Japan women's national team for the 1981 AFC Women's Championship in Hong Kong.[1] The Japan Football Association appointed Ichihara as the first Japan national team manager. The first match of this tournament was on June 7, and Japan played against Chinese Taipei. This match was the Japan team's first match in an "International A Match". However, Japan lost this match (0–1) and its second match, against Thailand (0–2), on June 11. The third match, against Indonesia, was on June 13, and Japan won 1–0 with Etsuko Handa's goal. This was the Japan team's first victory.[2][3]

In September, the team played two matches in Japan. However, they lost in both games, against England (0–4) and Italy (0–9).[2] The match against Italy was the greatest loss in the history of the Japan national team.

Result[change | change source]

[2]

Date Venue Opponent Result Tournament
Jun 07, 1981 Hong Kong Hong Kong  Chinese Taipei 0–1 1981 AFC Women's Championship
Jun 11, 1981 Hong Kong Hong Kong  Thailand 0–2 1981 AFC Women's Championship
Jun 13, 1981 Hong Kong Hong Kong  Indonesia 1–0 1981 AFC Women's Championship
Sep 06, 1981 Japan Kobe  England 0–4 Portopia'81
Sep 09, 1981 Japan Tokyo  Italy 0–9 Portopia'81

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