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Vissel Kobe

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Vissel Kobe vs Kawasaki Frontale (16 Jun)

Head Coach

Thorsten Fink

League Position
1

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Established
1966 (58 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Venue
NOEVIR Stadium Kobe
(30,134 Capacity)

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Location
Hyōgo-ku, Kōbe, Hyōgo

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Competitions
Japanese J1 League
Japanese JLeague Cup

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AndyIgnacio: 28/May/24
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Upcoming
16/06 Vissel Kobe - Kawasaki Fro
22/06 Gamba Osaka - Vissel Kobe
26/06 Vissel Kobe - Machida Zelv
30/06 Vissel Kobe - Kashima Antl
05/07 Sanfrecce Hi - Vissel Kobe

Results
01/06 Urawa Red Di 1 - 1 Vissel Kobe
26/05 Vissel Kobe 0 - 1 Tokyo Verdy
22/05 Vissel Kobe 1 - 1 Kataller Toy
22/05 Kataller Toy 1 - 1 Vissel Kobe
19/05 Kashima Antl 1 - 0 Vissel Kobe

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Vissel Kobe (ヴィッセル神戸, Visseru Kōbe) is a Japanese professional football club, currently playing in the J1 League. The team is located in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture. The home stadium is Kobe Wing Stadium, in Hyōgo-ku, though some home matches are played at Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium in Suma-ku.

Team Members




Fujimoto





Goke





Hatsuse





Hironaga





Hirose





Honda



21

Ideguchi





Inoue





Kikuchi





Luján





Maekawa





Masika





Masuyama





Matos





Miyashiro





Montaña



27

Muto





Nakasaka



50

Obi





Ohgihara





Osaki



10

Osako





Reis



16

Saito





Sakai





Sakurai





Sakurauchi





Sasaki





Tanaka



26

Thuler



4

Vermaelen





Yamaguchi





Yamakawa





Yasui





Yuruki



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Stadium or Home
The Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium (神戸市御崎公園球技場), also known as the Noevir Stadium Kobe (ノエビアスタジアム神戸), is a football stadium in Misaki Park, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, Japan. The stadium has a capacity of 30,132. This stadium, which features a retractable roof, is the home ground of J1 League club Vissel Kobe and the rugby union Japan Rugby League One team Kobelco Kobe Steelers.

In 1970, Kobe Central Football Stadium (神戸市立中央競技場) was opened at the site of the Kobe Keirin Track. It was the first football stadium in Japan to be able to host games at night following the installation of night lighting.

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