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Full name  Hitachi Kashiwa Reysol
Ground Capacity  15,900
2016  J1 League, 8th
Manager  Takahiro Shimotaira
Owner  Hitachi
Nickname(s)  Reysol
Chairman  Shigeyuki Onodera
Founded  1940
League  J1 League
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Ground  Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium Kashiwa, Chiba
Arena/Stadium  Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium
Location  Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
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Kashiwa Reysol (柏レイソル, Kashiwa Reisoru) is a Japanese professional football club based in Kashiwa, Chiba. The team competes in the J. League Division 1 from 2011 season.

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Formed in 1940, Reysol were founding members of Japan Soccer League in 1965 and have spent the majority of their existence in the top tier of Japanese football. They have been Japanese league champions twice, in 1972 and 2011, and have won three Emperor's Cups.

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Reysol have a rivalry with neighbours JEF United Chiba and the two sides contest the Chiba derby. The club have been based at Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium since 1985.

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History

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Founded in 1940 as Hitachi, Ltd. Soccer Club in Kodaira, Tokyo, the team was a founding member of the Japan Soccer League. It had some success during the mid-1970s, winning several Emperor's Cup and JSL titles and contributing several players to the Japanese national team.

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In 1986, the team relocated from Kodaira to Kashiwa, but it took a while to adapt to the new town, as they were relegated to the JSL Division 2 at the season's closing. They made it back to the top flight in 1989, only to drop back in 1990 and return in 1991. As the J. League advent had come too soon for them, Hitachi chose to relegate itself in the last JSL season.

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The team joined the Japan Football League in 1992 and added Careca of the Brazil national football team with the aim of winning the JFL champion for promotion to the J1 league in 1993. Kashiwa Reysol struggled; however, with the help of Hisao Ariga, Careca and Ze Sergio Kashiwa Reysol were a great force. The quest was unsuccessful and the team barely managed to come in at the fifth spot. In 1994 the team secured the second spot in the JFL and earned promotion to the top league. From 1995, it was in the J1 and in 1998, the team welcomed the former manager for Japan's Olympic team, Akira Nishino as its manager. In 1999, it won its first title, the Nabisco Cup Championship. The 1999 and 2000 seasons marked a relative highpoint in the club's history.

Over the next two seasons, management changes, in particular the tenure of English coach Steve Perryman, unsettled the team and they lost ground. Things got worse still. Following a 16th place out of 18 finish in the 2005 standings, Kashiwa Reysol lost the promotion/relegation play-offs against the 3rd place J2 team Ventforet Kofu. For the first time, three J1 teams were sent down to J2.

Following relegation the team lost all its former players. It began 2006 with both a new coach, Nobuhiro Ishizaki, and an almost entirely new squad. Kashiwa lead J2 for much of 2006, but a series of poor performances in the later stages saw them slip down the table. It was only in the final game of the season that the team secured automatic promotion to J1 as first-placed runners-up.

In 2009 they were relegated again, but in 2010 they won the J2 title and in 2011, against all predictions, won the J1 title, becoming the first Japanese team to win the second and first tier titles back-to-back. By winning the title in 2011, they also qualified for the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.

Rivalries

Historically, Kashiwa's fiercest rivals have been JEF United Ichihara Chiba and Urawa Red Diamonds, both close neighbors. Other close rivals include Kashima Antlers and Omiya Ardija.

Record as J. League member

Key
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league
  • Attendance/G = Average league attendance
  • Source: J. League Data Site
  • Honours

    League titles
  • Japan Soccer League (until 1992) / J. League Division 1: 2
  • 1972, 2011
  • Japan Soccer League Division 2 (until 1992) / J. League Division 2: 2
  • 1990–91, 2010
    Cup titles
  • Emperor's Cup: 3
  • 1972, 1975, 2012
  • JSL Cup (until 1991) / J. League Cup: 3'
  • 1976, 1999, 2013
  • Japanese Super Cup: 1
  • 2012
  • All Japan Works Football Championship: 2
  • 1958, 1960
  • All Japan Inter-City Football Championship: 1
  • 1963
    International titles
  • Suruga Bank Championship: 1
  • 2014

    Current squad

    As of 8 February 2017.

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

    Out on loan

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

    References

    Kashiwa Reysol Wikipedia


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