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Sony Sendai FC

Sony Sendai FC
ソニー仙台 FC
Full name Sony Sendai Football Club
Founded 1968
Ground Yurtec Stadium Sendai
Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture
Ground Capacity 19,694
Manager Masato Ishikawa
League Japan Football League
2014 5th

Sony Sendai FC (ソニー仙台F.C. Sonī Sendai Efu Shī) is a football club based in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan that plays in the Japan Football League. The team colour is navy.


  • History 1
  • Current squad 2
  • Results in JFL 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The club was founded by the workers of Sony's Sendai factory in 1968. They kept a low profile playing mainly in the Miyagi Prefecture League for a long time. However, it changed suddenly in 1993 when they embarked on a challenging task to reach the former Japan Football League within 5 years. They became league champions for 4 consecutive seasons starting from 1994, first in the Prefecture League and the others in the Tōhoku Regional League. They achieved their goal and were promoted to the JFL by winning the 1997 Regional League play-off.

When the Japan Football League instead and have been an established JFL side since then.

As a result of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, Sony Sendai, with permission from the JFL, did not contest the first half of the 2011 season. They expectedly earned last place on points, but due to Machida Zelvia and Matsumoto Yamaga being promoted to Division 2 and JEF Reserves withdrawing from the competition, they were spared relegation.

Current squad

As of October 27, 2015.[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 Susumu Kaneko
2 DF Yusuke Matsuoka
3 MF Kenta Ogihara
4 MF Takahito Seta
5 DF Yusuke Yamada
6 DF Masanobu Matsufuji
7 MF Yoshifumi Otaki
8 FW Koki Maezawa
9 FW Junpei Murata
10 FW Izumi Sawaguchi
11 MF Gen Nakamura
13 MF Shinnosuke Morihara
15 MF Kazuyuki Maeda
No. Position Player
16 FW Keiji Koizumi
17 FW Hidetoshi Tanaka
18 MF Yuta Akimoto
19 MF Ryo Hosomi
20 DF Hayato Higa
21 GK Daiki Kawaguchi
22 DF Riku Yoshida
23 DF Takahiro Kaneko
24 DF Hideyuki Sato
25 FW Yuta Uchino
26 FW Jun Arima
32 GK Yuta Takimoto

Results in JFL

1998: 13th
1999: 5th
2000: 5th
2001: 14th
2002: 4th
2003: 9th
2004: 6th
2005: 8th
2006: 9th
2007: 11th
2008: 9th
2009: 3rd
2010: 14th
2011: 18th
2012: 12th
2013: 9th
2014: 5th


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External links

  • (Japanese) Official Website
  • (Japanese) Facebook's page
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