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FC Tokyo

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Shonan Bellmare vs FC Tokyo (22 Jun)

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League Position
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Established
1935 (89 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Venue
Ajinomoto Stadium
(49,970 Capacity)

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Location
Chōfu, Tokyo, Japan

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Competitions
Japanese J1 League
Japanese JLeague Cup

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22/06 Shonan Bellm - FC Tokyo
26/06 FC Tokyo - Hokkaido Con
30/06 FC Tokyo - Avispa Fukuo
06/07 Kashiwa Reys - FC Tokyo
13/07 FC Tokyo - Albirex Niig

Results
16/06 FC Tokyo 1 - 1 Júbilo Iwat
09/06 Sanfrecce Hi 3 - 1 FC Tokyo
05/06 FC Tokyo 1 - 2 Sanfrecce Hi
31/05 Sagan Tosu 0 - 1 FC Tokyo
26/05 FC Tokyo 0 - 1 Gamba Osaka

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FC Tokyo (FC東京, Efushī Tōkyō) is a Japanese association football club playing in J1 League. Its hometown is Tokyo prefecture. The team is one of only four in the J.League to be simply called Football Club without an extended name.

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Aoki





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Doi





Endo





Feitoza





Harakawa





Hasukawa





Hatano





Hayashi





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Kajiura





Kodama





Koizumi





Matsuki





Mita





Morishige





Morita





Moura



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Nakagawa





Nakamura





Nakamura





Nozawa





Nozawa





Okazaki





Oliveira





Omori





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Shinada





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Silva





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Stadium or Home
Ajinomoto Stadium (味の素スタジアム, Ajinomoto Sutajiamu), also known as Tokyo Stadium in AFC Champions League, is a multi-purpose stadium in Chōfu, Tokyo, Japan. The stadium was founded at Kantō Mura, the redevelopment area formerly used by United States Forces Japan, in March 2001. It was the first stadium in Japan that offered its naming rights, which were sold to Ajinomoto Co., Inc. with a 5-year 1.2 billion yen (about 10 million U.S. dollars) contract, from March 2003 to February 2008. As a result, it was named Ajinomoto Stadium (味の素スタジアム, Ajinomoto Sutajiamu). This contract was renewed in November 2007 and extended by 6 years for 1.4 billion yen to February 2014, and in October 2013, the second renewal of the contract extended the term to February 2019.

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