Avispa Fukuoka

Japanese professional football club, currently play in the J1 League.

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Vissel Kobe

Japanese professional football club based in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture.

Noevir Stadium, the home of Vissel Kobe

They finished 3rd in the 2006 season and were promoted to J1 after beating Avispa Fukuoka in the promotion/relegation play-offs.

Japan Soccer League

The top flight association football league in Japan between 1965 and 1992, and was the precursor to the current professional league, the J.League.

Chūō Bohan (Central Crime Prevention)(1992–1992) – Avispa Fukuoka

Nagoya Grampus

Japanese association football club that plays in the J1 League, following promotion from the J2 League in 2017.

On 3 December 2017, Nagoya Grampus drew 0-0 against Avispa Fukuoka in the promotion playoff final, securing promotion back to J1 League at the first time of asking due to their higher regular season position than Avispa Fukuoka.

Shimizu S-Pulse

Professional Japanese football club.

S-Pulse fans make the hundred mile trip to FC Tokyo, September 2007
Mount Fuji as seen from Nihondaira Stadium
The home end before a game in 2013
Shimizu S-Pulse shirts.
Club mascot Palchan and co performing at the 2007 All Star game.
S-Pulse Dream plaza is on the site of a former Shimizukō Line station.
Shizuoka branch of the S-Pulse Dream House chain

The forerunners to Avispa Fukuoka and Sagan Tosu were originally also based in Shizuoka Prefecture, but had to move to Kyushu because of the dominance and fan saturation of S-Pulse and Iwata.

1996 J.League

The fourth season since the establishment of the J.League.

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Fujieda, Shizuoka

City located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

Reconstruction of Tanaka Castle in Fujieda
Fujieda City Hall
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In the 1980s and 1990s the city was represented in the Japan Soccer League and former Japan Football League by local clubs Fujieda City Hall SC, which still competes in the prefectural divisions, and Chuo Bohan SC/Fujieda Blux, which moved out of town in 1994 to become Avispa Fukuoka.

Fukuoka

Sixth-largest city in Japan, the second-largest port city after Yokohama, and the capital city of Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan.

Satellite photo of Fukuoka
Fukuoka MEA
ACROS Fukuoka
Canal City Hakata
Tōchō-ji
Hakata Ramen
Fukuoka City Museum
Hakata Gion Yamakasa
International terminal of Fukuoka Airport
Bayside Place Hakata Port
Fukuoka PayPay Dome
Level-5 Stadium
Hakozaki-gū
Dazaifu
Korokan
Takezaki Suenaga
Genkō Bōrui
Kuroda Nagamasa
Fukuoka and Hakata, c.1640
Chikuzen Province(Famous Views of the Sixty-odd Provinces)
Fukuoka Castle
Kyushu University (Former Imperial University)
Fukuoka war damage monument
Skyline of Fukuoka
View from Fukuoka Tower
Seaside Momochi aerial view
Tenjin area
Fukuoka Tower
JR Kyushu's Hakata Station
Ōhori Park
Tenjin Underground City
The uniform used during the ceremonies and preparation.
The uniform used during the competition.

Fukuoka is home to a professional football team, Avispa Fukuoka.

Hugo Maradona

Argentine football player and coach.

Hugo Maradona in 1987

After playing for Futures for three seasons, he played for Fukuoka Blux(renamed as Avispa Fukuoka after their promotion to J. League in 1996) in 1995 and 1996 seasons, and Consadole Sapporo in 1997 and 1998 seasons.

Nobuyuki Kojima

Japanese former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

The attacking player (No. 10) attempts to kick the ball beyond the opposing team's goalkeeper, between the goalposts, and beneath the crossbar (not shown) to score a goal.

He played for several clubs, including Bellmare Hiratsuka, Avispa Fukuoka and Thespa Kusatsu.

Mark Rudan

Australian association football manager and former player.

In December 2007, Rudan signed a deal with J2 League side Avispa Fukuoka, linking up with his former coach of Sydney FC Pierre Littbarski and replacing former teammate Alvin Ceccoli.