Basic information on professional sports teams in Shizuoka Prefecture

The sports teams in Shizuoka Prefecture include the following

Soccer

Shimizu S-Pulse (J-League)

Shimizu S-Pulse competes in the J-League, J1 division. It is one of the original 10 teams that have participated in the J-League since its inaugural year in 1993.

City: Shimizu City, Shizuoka
Team Name Origin: The name is a combination of the initial letter S, which stands for Soccer, Shimizu, and Shizuoka, and "pulse," which means heartbeat in English.
Year of Joined the J League: 1991
Titles: J League Cup(1), Emperor's Cup(1)
Highest Ranking: 2nd (1999)

Jubilo Iwata (J-League)

Jubilo Iwata competes in the J-League, J2 division

City: Iwata City, Shizuoka
Team Name Origin:
In Spanish, the word "Jubilo" means joy. It was named with the hope of bringing joy and excitement to all fans.
Year of Joined the J League: 1994
Titles: J League(3), J League Cup(2), Emperor's Cup(1)

Fujieda MYFC (J-League)

Fujieda MYFC competes in the J-League, J3 division.

City: Fujieda City, Shizuoka
Team Name Origin: It was named as my (MY) football club (FC).
Year of Joined the J League: 2014

Azul Claro Numazu(J-League)

Azul Claro Numazu competes in the J-League, J3 division.

City: Numazu City, Shizuoka
Team Name Origin:
The name was coined from the Spanish words azul, meaning blue, the club color, and claro, meaning bright.
Year of Joined the J League: 2017

Rugby

Shizuoka Blue Revs (Division 1 of JAPAN RUGBY LEAGUE ONE)

Team name : Shizuoka Blue Revs
Home town : Shizuoka, Japan
Year of foundation : 1984
Titles : Japan Championship 1 time (2014)

Basketball

Veltex Shizuoka (B-League)

Vertex Shizuoka is a team in the B3 of the B League (Japan Professional Basketball League).

Team: Veltex Shizuoka
Location: Shizuoka
Team Name Origin: The team's name is "VELTEX," a play on the word "VERTEX," which means "peak" or "top.
Year founded: 2018
Arena: Shizuoka City Central Gymnasium

Chanson V Magic (WJBL)

Stadiums/Arenas

Ecopa Stadium

Ecopa Stadium is an athletic stadium located in Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture. In the past, the stadium has hosted major events such as the Japan national soccer team and the R …

Hamamatsu Arena

Hamamatsu Arena is a gymnasium located in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. It is the home arena of the F-League (futsal) team Agremina Hamamatsu, and home games of the B-League …

Ecopa Arena

Ecopa Arena is a multi-purpose arena in the Shizuoka Ogasayama Sports Park in Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture. It is a venue that is often used for concerts. Getting to the Stadi …

Hamamatsu Sports Center

Hamamatsu Sports Center is a skating rink located in Hamamatsu City. It is located in an area about a 5-minute walk from the Hamamatsu Arena. Mao Asada's ice shows and other events …

Yamaha Stadium

Yamaha Stadium is the home stadium of Jubilo Iwata of the J-League and Yamaha Motor Jubilo of the Rugby Top League. Getting to the Stadium By Train From Tokyo Take the Tokaido Shin …


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