The 21st JFL Suzuka Unlimited 2019 Season
Name: Suzuka Unlimited FC
Club color: Blue and Green
Founding year: 1980
Affiliation League: Japan Football League
Home town: Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture
Home stadium: Mie K traffic of sports Suzuka football · Rugby field AGF Suzuka Athletics Stadium
Seating capacity: 12,500 (Sanko Sukatsu)
1,450 (AGF Suzuka)
Operating corporation: Unlimited Co., Ltd.
Representative: Yamaoka Ryuji
Directed by: Miragros Martinez Dominguez
Suzuka Unlimited FC (Suzuka Unlimited EF, English : SUZUKA Unlimited FOOTBALL CLUB , Suzuka Unlimited Football Club) is a professional football club based in Suzuka City , Mie Prefecture . It is one of the clubs aiming to join the J.League .
The club name from 2008 to 2015 was FC Suzuka Rampole ( FC Suzuka Rampole , English : FC Suzuka Rampole ).
Mie FC Rampore, which was based in Nabari City , Mie Prefecture, and Suzuka Club, which was based in Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture, merged to become the current club in 2009. Nabari era 2006 ( Heisei 2006) of the club, which has been used by 2015 from the nickname "Ranpore" is, gave birth city mystery writer of Ranpo Edogawa derived from, masterpiece of even Ranpo Edogawa emblem of Ranpore era " Phantom of the two The " ten-face phase " is a symbol of the team, and it is thought that it is the team's feeling that the other party is tossed with strange movement. In addition, the mark "MIE" of the old name "Mie FC Lampole" is an English word with the meaning of "M" in Mie Prefecture , "I" in Iga region, "Let's cheer on everyone" and "anyone can participate" It was "Everyone" and "E" of "Everybody".
At the same time as moving the home town from Nabari city to Suzuka city in 2009, the home stadium was also transferred from Ueno Sports Park Stadium to Suzuka Sports Garden , managed by Mie Prefecture . The corporate name has also been changed from "Meeting that loves the grass ground" to "Meeting from the Mie to create a J-League team".
2013 ( 2013 ) Apply for J-League associate membership but continued deliberation and it is not obtained associate membership (as of May 2019).
Announced the name change of the club from the 2016 season on the grounds that "there is a possibility that there will be risks in the future to keep using the current club name due to changes in the management system due to changes in the management structure" On January 28, 2016, it was announced that the name of the new club should be " Suzuka Unlimited FC ". The new emblem is a design of "Unlimited" "U" and triple "3" in the center of the shield that has the meaning of "defensive strength" and "cohesion to the area", and the checkers are around I arranged a ribbon imitating a flag .
The current operating corporation is Unlimited Co., Ltd. (changed from Suzuka Suppre Unlimited Co., Ltd. in 2019), with a club office and futsal court on the site of a factory of an automobile parts and supplies manufacturing company near Honda Motor GK Industrial Suzuka Factory.
The 21st Japan Football League
The 21st Japan Football League (21st JFL 2019) is a league match for the Japan Football League (JFL) , which is being held from March 17 to December 1, 2019 .
The tagline is " Brighten your inspiration! "
The participating clubs in the 21st JFL are as shown in the table below (listed according to the top results of the previous season).
Before the season after the end Vanraure Hachinohe is J3 League withdrawal by the membership. In addition, at the JFL Board of Directors on December 6, 2018, the participation of Matsue City FC , a national football champions league 2018 winner, and a second- placed Suzuka Unlimited , and the 16th-ranked Cotolle Women 's Tohoku Tohoku football league relegation approval It was decided to be comprised of the following 16 teams
League / match form
It was announced on January 15, 2019 , and it was officially decided that it would be one stage system (home and away) for the first time in six years since 2013
It was announced on December 24, 2018.
Season Period: March 17-December 1
January 15-The tournament system , the cards to the opening section 2 and the home opening card of Aomori · Ryukyu D are announced .
February 1-January 15 announced the venue of the game announced .
February 15-The tagline of the league and all dates and venues announced
February 19-The J-League announces that it has approved Linemail Aomori and Tegebajaro Miyazaki as a J-league 100-year concept club.
The Japan Football League, (日本フットボールリーグ , Nihon Futtobōru Rīgu) also known as simply the JFL is the 4th tier of the Japanese association football league system, positioned beneath three divisions of the J.League, and the top tier of amateur football in the country. Despite its officially amateur status the league features fully professional teams that hold J.League associate membership among its ranks.
The Japan Football League started from the 1999 season when the second division of J.League (J2) was also born. Until then, J.League consisted of only one division and the former JFL was the second highest division. Out of 16 teams who played the last season of the former JFL, 9 decided and were accepted to play in J2 and the other 7 teams as well as Yokogawa Electric, the winners of the Regional League Promotion Series, formed the new Japan Football League. These 8 teams together with Yokohama FC that was allowed to participate as a special case after the merger of Yokohama Flügels and Yokohama F. Marinos competed in the inaugural 1999 season.
The 9 teams that competed in the first season were as follows: Denso SC, Honda Motors, Jatco SC, Kokushikan University F.C., Mito HollyHock, Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, Sony Sendai, Yokohama FC and Yokogawa Electric.
In the second season the number of clubs was increased from 9 to 12, reaching 16 in 2001. In 2002 it was briefly 18 clubs before going back to 16 the next season and settling for good at 18 in 2006. For the 2012 season it had 17 clubs due to the late withdrawal of Arte Takasaki.
The league suffered another contraction after 2013 season, as 10 of its 18 teams joined the newly created J3 League. It also moved a tier down the pyramid, making it fourth-tier league since 2014.
Four former JFL clubs have competed in the top flight: Yokohama FC (2007), Otsuka Pharmaceuticals (2014, as Tokushima Vortis), Matsumoto Yamaga (2015), and V-Varen Nagasaki (2018).
Suzuka Unlimited FC (鈴鹿アンリミテッドFC) is a Japanese football club based in Suzuka, Mie Prefecture. They play in Japan Football League.
The club was originally established in Nabari, Mie in 1980 under the name Mie Club, and it became a member of Mie Football Association to join the Mie prefectural league in 1982. The club went up to the top division in 1991 and remained there until 2005, when local organisers kicked off the idea of developing a larger and more ambitious football team.
The region to the southwest of Nagoya has been traditionally very populous but still undeveloped from a football perspective despite a number of successes by local high school football. In mid- 2005, a group of local businessmen, football fans and coaches from Mie Prefecture, who were eager to put together a team to represent the area, approached Bunji Kimura, an ex-football manager of Kyoto Sanga F.C. and Yokohama Flügels. Kimura was convinced to accept the position of the president and technical director of a club that was then going by the name of "W.S.C. Nabari Admiral". Kimura plunged in and began a very ambitious project to transform the team from a bunch of amateur kickers in a tiny town to a much more competitive and tightly-run organisation representing the aspirations of the entire prefecture.
At Kimura's insistence, the team in February 2006 took the name "MIE FC Rampole", taking its name from the famous Japanese mystery novel writer Rampo Edogawa, who was born in Mie Prefecture. The part "ole" of the name is supposedly a Spanish word "Olé" used to cheer and applaud (cf. Consadole Sapporo). Following the name change the club launched its official website on 22 February. Kimura quickly began drawing upon his network of J.League contacts to bring in more experienced coaches and organisers, and by the end of his first season in charge the club advanced to the second division of the Tōkai Regional League.
Whereas its progress on the pitch has stalled temporarily, with third-place finishes in both 2007 and 2008, the club has been focusing most of its attention on the organisational goals. An independent corporation was establisned in 2006, fulfilling one of the requirements of J. League Associate Membership, and in 2008 the team merged with nearby Suzuka Club, thereby absorbing a youth program that can help to meet another key requirement. Following the merger, the team announced on 1 September 2008 that it changed its name to "F.C. Suzuka Rampole", and moved its home playing ground from Ueno Athletic Park Stadium to Suzuka Sports Garden from 2009 season. The club carried out the move since 1) Suzuka is the city world-famous for the F1 circuit located outside town, and 2) its population base and location, squarely in the middle of Mie Prefecture's main population centres is considered to be ideal.
On January 28, 2016, the team announced an immediate change of the team name to Suzuka Unlimited FC.