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JEF United Ichihara Chiba, also known by JEF United Chiba (ジェフユナイテッド千葉, Jefu Yunaiteddo Chiba), and also as JEF Chiba (ジェフ千葉, Jefu Chiba), is a Japanese professional football club that plays in J. League Division 2. On 1 February 2005, the club changed its name from JEF United Ichihara to the current name after Chiba city had joined Ichihara, Chiba
Ichihara, Chiba
as its hometown in 2003. The club name, JEF -taken from JR East and Furukawa Electric- and United, represents the unity of the team and its home town.

Contents

1 History 2 Symbols

2.1 Stadiums 2.2 Mascot

3 Affiliated clubs

3.1 Furukawa Electric
Furukawa Electric
Chiba 3.2 JEF Reserves 3.3 JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
Ladies

4 Record 5 Honours

5.1 Furukawa Electric 5.2 JEF United Ichihara Chiba

6 Players

6.1 Current Squad 6.2 Out on loan 6.3 International capped players.

7 Managers 8 References 9 External Links.

History[edit] The team began as the company team, Furukawa Electric
Furukawa Electric
Soccer Club (古河電気工業サッカー部) in 1946. As the company team, it won the Japan Soccer League
Japan Soccer League
twice, the Emperor's Cup
Emperor's Cup
four times and the JSL League Cup three times. Furukawa also won the 1986–87 Asian Club Championship, the top club honor in Asia; they were the first Japanese club to do so. Since the league's inception in 1965, the team had always played in the top flight in Japan
Japan
and was the only Japanese team to never be relegated from the JSL1, a record they kept into the J1 years. They did finish the 1978 season in a relegation position (last of 10) but stayed up after beating Honda F.C.
Honda F.C.
1–0 on aggregate in a two-legged playoff. The last place was not automatically relegated until the 1980 season. In 1991, it merged with the JR East's company team to become East Japan
Japan
JR Furukawa Football Club (東日本ジェイアール古河サッカークラブ) and rebranded itself as JEF United Ichihara upon the J. League's founding in 1993. The team initially built itself around the former Germany
Germany
national football team player Pierre Littbarski. From 1998 to 2000, the team struggled to stay in the J. League and it began a series of efforts to be a competitive team. Since the hiring of Ivica Osim
Ivica Osim
in 2003, JEF United has contended for the league title each year despite limited resources and struggling attendance. On July 16, 2006, Osim left the team to take over the coach of the Japan
Japan
national team and was succeeded by Amar Osim, his son and assistant coach.[1]. On December 5, 2007, it was announced that Amar Osim had been sacked after the club's lowly 13th-place finish in the 2007 season.[2] After 13 games in the 2008 season Josip Kuže
Josip Kuže
was sacked as team manager. On 8 May 2008 it was announced that the new manager was Alex Miller. Miller was First Team Coach at Liverpool F.C.
Liverpool F.C.
alongside Rafael Benítez prior to joining JEF United. The Furukawa Electric
Furukawa Electric
is no longer the main sponsor of the club, a job these days taken over by Fuji Electric. On November 8, 2009, JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
was relegated to J2 after 44 seasons in the Japanese top division; since 2010, JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
is playing in J. League Division 2. JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
was close to being promoted to J. League Division 1 during the 2012 season. The club was considered one of the favorites to be directly promoted to J1. However, after defeats to teams considered lesser than them such as F.C. Gifu
F.C. Gifu
and F.C. Machida Zelvia, JEF played the playoffs, making their road to the final. They defeated Yokohama F.C.
Yokohama F.C.
by 4–0, but lost the final match to Oita Trinita
Oita Trinita
by 1–0, at Tokyo National Stadium. In the 2013 season they played in the promotion to J1 playoffs. They lost the semi final match to Tokushima Vortis
Tokushima Vortis
by 1–1(Chiba was 6th place and Tokushima was 3rd place in the league, regulation decides up high club can go final even draw.) In the 2014 season they played in the promotion playoffs to J1 again. The club did not have to play in the semi-final(Chiba was 4th place but the 3rd place club named Giravanz Kitakyushu
Giravanz Kitakyushu
had a Jleague original stadium problem so Kitakyushu could not go to the promotion play off). In the final against Montedio Yamagata, they lost by 0–1, at Ajinomoto Stadium. Symbols[edit] Stadiums[edit] It had played its home matches at Ichihara Seaside Stadium, but has since moved to the larger, football-specific and more conveniently located Fukuda Denshi Arena, which opened in Chiba during the 2005 season. The club had initially practiced at Urayasu, Chiba
Urayasu, Chiba
planning to base itself in Narashino, Chiba
Narashino, Chiba
before opposition by those living around Akitsu Stadium
Stadium
forced it to be based in Ichihara. Since 2000, training has been held at Footpark Anesaki in Ichihara in normally. Since 1 October 2009, they made new practice place UNITED PARK near the Fukuda Denshi Arena. Mascot[edit] JEF United Ichihara's mascot characters are Akita Inu
Akita Inu
brothers named Jeffy and Unity. The squad number of Jeffy is 2 and that of Unity is 9. Affiliated clubs[edit] Furukawa Electric
Furukawa Electric
Chiba[edit] This was JEF's reserve team during the JSL years. They were formed in 1967 and were first promoted to the JSL Second Division in 1975. They still exist, although they are no longer affiliated on paper, and play in the Kanto Regional League. In 2008 they renamed themselves S.A.I. Ichihara JEF Reserves[edit] JEF's reserve team played until 2011 in the Japan
Japan
Football League, the third tier of Japanese football. But in 2011, the club announced the end of the B team because of financial problems. JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
Ladies[edit] Further information: JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
Ladies Record[edit]

Season Div. Tms. Pos. Attendance/G J. League Cup Emperor's Cup

1992 – – – – Group Stage Quarter-final

1993 J1 10 8 20,273 Group Stage Quarter-final

1994 J1 12 9 22,262 2nd Round 2nd Round

1995 J1 14 5 15,418 – 1st Round

1996 J1 16 9 12,008 Group Stage 3rd Round

1997 J1 17 13 5,693 Quarter-final 4th Round

1998 J1 18 16 5,365 Final 3rd Round

1999 J1 16 13 5,774 2nd Round 3rd Round

2000 J1 16 14 6,338 2nd Round Quarter-final

2001 J1 16 3 7,818 Quarter-final Quarter-final

2002 J1 16 7 7,897 Quarter-final Semi-final

2003 J1 16 3 9,709 Group Stage Quarter-final

2004 J1 16 4 10,012 Group Stage 4th Round

2005 J1 18 4 9,535 Winner 5th Round

2006 J1 18 11 13,393 Winner 4th Round

2007 J1 18 13 14,149 Group Stage 4th Round

2008 J1 18 15 14,084 Quarter-final 4th Round

2009 J1 18 18 14,730 Group Stage 4th Round

2010 J2 19 4 11,689 – 4th Round

2011 J2 20 6 9,680 – Quarterfinals

2012 J2 22 5 9,281 – Quarterfinals

2013 J2 22 5 10,004 – 3rd Round

2014 J2 22 3 9,333 – Semifinals

2015 J2 22 9 10,725 – 3rd Round

2016 J2 22 11 10,292 – 3rd Round

2017 J2 22 6 9,983 – 3rd Round

Key

Tms. = Number of teams Pos. = Position in league Attendance/G = Average league attendance Source: J. League Data Site

Honours[edit] Furukawa Electric[edit]

Japan
Japan
Soccer League.: (2) 1976, 1985 JSL Cup.: (3) 1977, 1982, 1986–87 Emperor's Cup.: (4) 1960, 1961, 1964 (shared), 1976 Japanese Super Cup.: (1) 1977 All Japan
Japan
Works Football Championship.: (3) 1959, 1961, 1962 (shared) All Japan
Japan
Inter-City Football Championship.: (4) 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964 Asian Club Championship.: (1) 1986

JEF United Ichihara Chiba[edit]

J. League Cup.: (2) 2005, 2006

Players[edit] Current Squad[edit] As of 2 March 2018.[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

1

GK Diego Matías Rodríguez (on loan from Rosario Central)

2

DF Jason Geria

3

DF Naoya Kondo (captain)

4

DF Hebert Silva Santos

5

DF Tatsuya Masushima (on loan from Kashiwa Reysol)

6

MF Masaki Yamamoto

7

MF Yuto Sato (vice-captain)

8

MF Koki Kiyotake

9

FW Joaquín Larrivey
Joaquín Larrivey
(vice-captain)

10

MF Yamato Machida (vice-captain)

11

FW Takayuki Funayama

13

MF Hirotaka Tameda

14

MF Shuto Kojima

15

DF Yushi Mizobuchi

16

DF Koji Toriumi

No.

Position Player

18

MF Andrew Kumagai

20

MF Asahi Yada

21

MF Jorge Salinas

23

GK Yuya Sato

25

MF Yusuke Chajima (on loan from Sanfrecce Hiroshima)

26

DF Jun Okano

27

DF Toshiya Takagi

28

DF Takaya Inui

29

GK Toru Takagiwa (on loan from Shimizu S-Pulse)

31

GK Cholhwan Ono

32

DF Danto Sugiyama

34

FW Daigo Furukawa

38

MF Koki Honda

50

FW Hiroshi Ibusuki

Out on loan[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

-

GK Masahiro Okamoto (at Ehime FC
Ehime FC
until 31 January 2019)

-

GK Kaito Yamamoto (at Yokohama FC
Yokohama FC
until 31 January 2019)

-

MF Issei Takahashi (at Renofa Yamaguchi FC
Renofa Yamaguchi FC
until 31 January 2019)

-

FW Makito Yoshida (at Ehime FC
Ehime FC
until 31 January 2019)

International capped players.[edit]

JFA.

Yuki Abe Takayuki Chano Toshiya Fujita Naotake Hanyu Nozomi Hiroyama Shoji Jo Naoya Kondo Shu Kurata Teruaki Kurobe Seiichiro Maki Tadatoshi Masuda Koki Mizuno Shigeyoshi Mochizuki Takayuki Morimoto Shinji Murai Kazuki Nagasawa Eisuke Nakanishi Takafumi Ogura Tomoyuki Sakai Yuji Sakakura Hisato Sato Yuto Sato Takayuki Suzuki Nobuhiro Takeda Koki Yonekura

AFC/ CAF/ OFC.

Matthew Bingley Jason Geria Mark Milligan An Byong-jun Kim Dae-eui Choi Yong-Soo Owusu Benson Wynton Rufer

UEFA.

Mario Haas Edin Mujčin Mirko Hrgović Ilian Stoyanov Ivan Hašek Pavel Řehák Pierre Littbarski Frank Ordenewitz Gabriel Popescu Nenad Maslovar Peter Bosz Rade Bogdanovic Nenad Đorđević Ľubomír Moravčík Željko Milinovič Nejc Pečnik

CONMEBOL.

Eduardo Aranda

Managers[edit]

Coach Nation Tenure

Yoshikazu Nagai Japan 1992-1993

Eijun Kiyokumo Japan 1994-1995

Yasuhiko Okudera Japan 1996

Jan Versleijen Netherlands 1997-1998

Gert Engels Germany 1999

Nicolae Zamfir Romania 1999-2000

Sugao Kambe
Sugao Kambe
(interim) Japan 2000

Zdenko Verdenik Slovenia 2000-2001

Sugao Kambe
Sugao Kambe
(interim) Japan 2001

Jozef Vengloš Slovakia 2002

Ivica Osim Bosnia and Herzegovina 2003-2006

Amar Osim Bosnia and Herzegovina 2006-2007

Josip Kuže Croatia 2008

Shigeo Sawairi (interim) Japan 2008

Alex Miller Scotland 2008-2009

Atsuhiko Ejiri Japan 2009-2010

Dwight Lodeweges Netherlands 2011

Sugao Kambe Japan 2011

Takashi Kiyama Japan 2012

Jun Suzuki Japan 2013-2014

Kazuo Saito (interim) Japan 2014

Takashi Sekizuka Japan 2014-2016

Shigetoshi Hasebe (interim) Japan 2016

Juan Esnáider Argentina 2017-

References[edit]

^ "CLUBS & PLAYERS:JEF UNITED CHIBA". J. League. Retrieved February 4, 2015. 

External Links.[edit]

Official website (in Japanese)

Wikimedia Commons has media related to JEF United Ichihara Chiba.

Achievements

Preceded by Daewoo Royals

Champions of Asia 1986–87 Succeeded by Yomiuri

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Club

Players History Ladies Reserves All articles

Stadium

Fukuda Denshi Arena

Seasons

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Articles related to JEF United Ichihara Chiba

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Japanese football champions

8 titles

Kashima Antlers

1996 1998 2000 2001 2007 2008 2009 2016

Sanfrecce Hiroshima

1965 1966 1967 1968 1970 2012 2013 2015

7 titles

Tokyo Verdy
Tokyo Verdy
1969

1983 1984 1986/87 1990/91 1991/92 1993 1994

5 titles

Urawa Reds

1969 1973 1978 1982 2006

Yokohama F. Marinos

1988/89 1989/90 1995 2003 2004

4 titles

Cerezo Osaka

1971 1974 1975 1980

Júbilo Iwata

1987/88 1997 1999 2002

3 titles

Shonan Bellmare

1977 1979 1981

2 titles

Gamba Osaka

2005 2014

JEF United Chiba

1976 1985/86

Kashiwa Reysol

1972 2011

1 title

Nagoya Grampus

2010

Kawasaki Frontale

2017

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Japanese club football

First-tier club football seasons, 1965–present

Japan
Japan
Soccer League 1965–1992 Japan Soccer League
Japan Soccer League
Division 1 since 1972

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92

J.League 1993–present J1 League since 1999

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

List of champions J.League Championship Promotion / Relegation series Super Cup

Second-tier club football seasons, 1972–present

Japan Soccer League
Japan Soccer League
Division 2 1972–1992

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92

(former) Japan
Japan
Football League 1992–98 (former) Japan Football League
Japan Football League
Division 1 1992–93

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

J2 League 1999–present

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

List of champions Promotion / Relegation series

Third-tier club football seasons, 1992–93, 1999–present

(former) Japan Football League
Japan Football League
Division 2 1992–93

1992 1993

No national third tier, 1994–98

Japan
Japan
Football League 1999–2013

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

J3 League 2014–present

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

List of champions

Fourth-tier club football seasons, 2014–present

Japan
Japan
Football League 2014–present

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Regional level club football seasons, 1966–present

Japanese Regional Leagues 1966–present

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Regional Promotion Series Shakaijin Cup

Emperor's Cup
Emperor's Cup
seasons, 1921–present

Emperor's Cup 1921–present

1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 WW II 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Super Cup

League Cup seasons, 1976–present

JSL Cup 1976–1991

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991

J.League Cup 1992–present

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Suruga Bank Championship

Football clubs in Japan, 2018

J1 League

Kashima Antlers
Kashima Antlers
!Kashima Antlers Shonan Bellmare
Shonan Bellmare
!Shonan Bellmare Cerezo Osaka
Cerezo Osaka
!Cerezo Osaka Consadole Sapporo
Consadole Sapporo
!Consadole Sapporo Yokohama F. Marinos !Yokohama F. Marinos Kawasaki Frontale
Kawasaki Frontale
!Kawasaki Frontale Gamba Osaka
Gamba Osaka
!Gamba Osaka Nagoya Grampus
Nagoya Grampus
!Nagoya Grampus Júbilo Iwata
Júbilo Iwata
!Júbilo Iwata Urawa Red Diamonds
Urawa Red Diamonds
!Urawa Red Diamonds Kashiwa Reysol
Kashiwa Reysol
!Kashiwa Reysol Sagan Tosu
Sagan Tosu
!Sagan Tosu Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Sanfrecce Hiroshima
!Sanfrecce Hiroshima Shimizu S-Pulse
Shimizu S-Pulse
!Shimizu S-Pulse FC Tokyo
FC Tokyo
!FC Tokyo V-Varen Nagasaki
V-Varen Nagasaki
!V-Varen Nagasaki Vegalta Sendai
Vegalta Sendai
!Vegalta Sendai Vissel Kobe
Vissel Kobe
!Vissel Kobe

J2 League

Albirex Niigata
Albirex Niigata
!Albirex Niigata Omiya Ardija
Omiya Ardija
!Omiya Ardija Avispa Fukuoka
Avispa Fukuoka
!Avispa Fukuoka Ehime FC
Ehime FC
!Ehime FC Fagiano Okayama !Fagiano Okayama FC Gifu
FC Gifu
!FC Gifu Mito HollyHock
Mito HollyHock
!Mito HollyHock JEF United Chiba
JEF United Chiba
!JEF United Chiba Kamatamare Sanuki
Kamatamare Sanuki
!Kamatamare Sanuki Montedio Yamagata
Montedio Yamagata
!Montedio Yamagata Renofa Yamaguchi !Renofa Yamaguchi Roasso Kumamoto
Roasso Kumamoto
!Roasso Kumamoto Kyoto Sanga !Kyoto Sanga Tochigi SC
Tochigi SC
!Tochigi SC Oita Trinita
Oita Trinita
!Oita Trinita Ventforet Kofu
Ventforet Kofu
!Ventforet Kofu Tokyo Verdy
Tokyo Verdy
!Tokyo Verdy Tokushima Vortis
Tokushima Vortis
!Tokushima Vortis Matsumoto Yamaga !Matsumoto Yamaga Yokohama FC
Yokohama FC
!Yokohama FC Machida Zelvia !Machida Zelvia Zweigen Kanazawa
Zweigen Kanazawa
!Zweigen Kanazawa

J3 League

Azul Claro Numazu
Azul Claro Numazu
!Azul Claro Numazu Blaublitz Akita
Blaublitz Akita
!Blaublitz Akita Fukushima United !Fukushima United Gainare Tottori
Gainare Tottori
!Gainare Tottori Giravanz Kitakyushu
Giravanz Kitakyushu
!Giravanz Kitakyushu Grulla Morioka
Grulla Morioka
!Grulla Morioka Kagoshima United !Kagoshima United Kataller Toyama
Kataller Toyama
!Kataller Toyama Fujieda MYFC
Fujieda MYFC
!Fujieda MYFC Nagano Parceiro !Nagano Parceiro FC Ryukyu !FC Ryukyu SC Sagamihara
SC Sagamihara
!SC Sagamihara Thespakusatsu Gunma
Thespakusatsu Gunma
!Thespakusatsu Gunma YSCC Yokohama
YSCC Yokohama
!YSCC Yokohama Cerezo Osaka
Cerezo Osaka
U-23 ! Cerezo Osaka
Cerezo Osaka
U-23

Gamba Osaka
Gamba Osaka
U-23 ! Gamba Osaka
Gamba Osaka
U-23

FC Tokyo
FC Tokyo
U-23 ! FC Tokyo
FC Tokyo
U-23

100 Year Plan clubs

FC Imabari
FC Imabari
!FC Imabari Nara Club
Nara Club
!Nara Club Tonan Maebashi
Tonan Maebashi
!Tonan Maebashi Vanraure Hachinohe
Vanraure Hachinohe
!Vanraure Hachinohe Tochigi Uva !Tochigi Uva Tokyo Musashino City !Tokyo Musashino City

Japan
Japan
Football League

Cobaltore Onagawa
Cobaltore Onagawa
!Cobaltore Onagawa Honda FC
Honda FC
!Honda FC FC Imabari
FC Imabari
!FC Imabari Honda Lock !Honda Lock Maruyasu Okazaki !Maruyasu Okazaki MIO Biwako Shiga
MIO Biwako Shiga
!MIO Biwako Shiga Nara Club
Nara Club
!Nara Club FC Osaka
FC Osaka
!FC Osaka ReinMeer Aomori
ReinMeer Aomori
!ReinMeer Aomori Ryutsu Keizai Dragons !Ryutsu Keizai Dragons Sony Sendai !Sony Sendai Tegevajaro Miyazaki Vanraure Hachinohe
Vanraure Hachinohe
!Vanraure Hachinohe Veertien Mie Verspah Oita
Verspah Oita
!Verspah Oita Tokyo Musashino City !Tokyo Musashino City

Defunct clubs (clubs belong to nationwide leagues only)

SP Kyoto !SP Kyoto Fukushima FC !Fukushima FC Arte Takasaki
Arte Takasaki
!Arte Takasaki JEF Reserves
JEF Reserves
!JEF Reserves Sagawa Express Tokyo !Sagawa Express Tokyo NKK SC
NKK SC
!NKK SC Yokohama Flügels
Yokohama Flügels
!Yokohama Flügels ALO's Hokuriku
ALO's Hokuriku
!ALO's Hokuriku Jatco SC !Jatco SC Hagoromo Club Toyota Higashi-Fuji !Toyota Higashi-Fuji Seino Transportation !Seino Transportation Cosmo Oil Yokkaichi !Cosmo Oil Yokkaichi Sagawa Shiga !Sagawa Shiga Sagawa Express Osaka !Sagawa Express Osaka Eidai SC !Eidai SC Teijin SC !Teijin SC Nippon Steel Yawata !Nippon Steel Yawata Tosu Futures
Tosu Futures
!Tosu Futures Profesor Miyazaki !Profesor Miyazaki J.League U-22 Selection

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Original Japan Soccer League
Japan Soccer League
clubs, 1965

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Furukawa Electric Hitachi Toyoda Automatic Loom Works Nagoya Mutual Bank Yanmar Diesel Toyo Industries Yawata Steel

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Original 1993 J.League clubs

Kashima Antlers Urawa Red Diamonds JEF United Chiba Verdy Kawasaki Yokohama Marinos

Yokohama Flügels Shimizu S-Pulse Nagoya Grampus
Nagoya Grampus
Eight Gamba Osaka Sanfrecce Hiroshima

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Asian Club Championship
Asian Club Championship
and AFC Champions League
AFC Champions League
winners

Asian Club Championship

1967: Hapoel Tel Aviv 1969: Maccabi Tel Aviv 1970: Taj 1971: Maccabi Tel Aviv 1985: Daewoo Royals 1986: Furukawa Electric 1987: Yomiuri 1988–89: Al-Sadd 1989–90: Liaoning 1990–91: Esteghlal 1991: Al-Hilal 1992–93: PAS Tehran 1993–94: Thai Farmers Bank 1994–95: Thai Farmers Bank 1995: Ilhwa Chunma 1996–97: Pohang Steelers 1997–98: Pohang Steelers 1998–99: Júbilo Iwata 1999–2000: Al-Hilal 2000–01: Suwon Samsung Bluewings 2001–02: Suwon Samsung Bluewings

AFC Champions League

2002–03: Al-Ain 2004: Al-Ittihad 2005: Al-Ittihad 2006: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 2007: Urawa Red Diamonds 2008: Gamba Osaka 2009: Pohang Steelers 2010: Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 2011: Al-Sadd 2012: Ulsan Hyundai 2013: Guangzhou Evergrande 2014: Western Sydney Wanderers 2015: Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao 2016: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 2017: Urawa Red Diamonds

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J.League Cup
J.League Cup
champions

6 titles

Kashima Antlers

1997 2000 2002 2011 2012 2015

3 titles

Tokyo Verdy

1992 1993 1994

2 titles

Júbilo Iwata

1998 2010

Gamba Osaka

2007 2014

JEF United Chiba

2005 2006

Kashiwa Reysol

1999 2013

F.C. Tokyo

2004 2009

Urawa Red Diamonds

2003 2016

1 title

Shimizu S-Pulse

1996

Yokohama F. Marinos

2001

Oita

.