Nagoya Oceans

Nagoya Oceans (名古屋オーシャンズ) is a Japanese professional futsal club, currently playing in the F. League. The team is located in Nagoya city, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Their home arena is Takeda Teva Ocean Arena.[1][2][3]

Nagoya Oceans
名古屋オーシャンズ
Nagoya Oceans.jpg
Full nameNagoya Oceans
Founded2006
GroundTakeda Teva Ocean Arena
Capacity2,569
Head CoachSpain Juan Fuentes
LeagueF. League
2018–191st

Season-by-seasonEdit

Season League League
Place
AFC
Futsal Club
Championship
Regular
season
Play-off
2007-08 F. League 1st none
2008-09 F. League 1st
2009-10 F. League 1st
2010-11 F. League 1st 3rd place
2011-12 F. League 1st Champion
2012-13 F. League 1st Champion 3rd place
2013-14 F. League 1st Champion 3rd place
2014-15 F. League 1st Champion Champion
2015-16 F. League 1st Champion Quarterfinal
2016-17 F. League 2nd 2nd stage Champion
2017-18 F. League 1st Champion
2018-19 F. League 1st Champion Quarterfinal
2019-20 F. League 1st Champion Champion

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Technical Sponsor

Official sponsor

  • 2007-oggi Taiyo Yakuhin Co. Ltd.
  • 2007-oggi Kajima Corporation
  • 2010-oggi Toho Gas
  • 2011–2013 Emirates
  • 2011-oggi Kajima Corporation, Teva Pharma Japan Inc., Asiana Airlines.

TrophiesEdit

Current playersEdit

As of 28 August 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   JPN Ryuma Shinoda
2 GK   JPN Yushi Sekiguchi
3   JPN Shokei Onitsuka
4   JPN Soma Mizutani
5   JPN Ryuta Hoshi
5   JPN Ryohei Ando
8   BRA Pepita
9   THA Suphawut Thueanklang
10   BRA Waltinho
No. Pos. Nation Player
11   JPN Shota Hoshi
13   BRA Rafa
15   JPN Ryosuke Nishitani
15   JPN Tomoki Yoshikawa
17   JPN Kiyoto Yagi
19   JPN Masaya Hashimoto
19   JPN Daiki Kasai
20   JPN Daisuke Yauchi

CoachesEdit

Notable former playersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "クラブ | 名古屋オーシャンズ". 名古屋オーシャンズ オフィシャルウェブサイト (in Japanese). Retrieved 18 September 2020.
  2. ^ "Nagoya Oceans win fourth title | Football | News | 2019". the-AFC. Retrieved 18 September 2020.
  3. ^ "Nagoya Oceans defeats defending champion to advance to Quarterfinals at the AFC Futsal Club Championship Thailand 2019". JFA|公益財団法人日本サッカー協会 (in Japanese). Retrieved 18 September 2020.

External linksEdit

Achievements
Preceded by
Foolad Mahan FSC
 
AFC Futsal Club Championship
2011 (First title)
Succeeded by
Giti Pasand Isfahan
 
Preceded by
Chonburi Blue Wave Futsal Club
 
AFC Futsal Club Championship
2014 (Second title)
Succeeded by
Tasisat Daryaei
 
Preceded by
Tasisat Daryaei
 
AFC Futsal Club Championship
2016 (Third title)
Succeeded by
Chonburi Blue Wave Futsal Club
 
Preceded by
Mes Sungun
 
AFC Futsal Club Championship
2019 (Fourth title)
Succeeded by
Incumbent