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Avispa Fukuoka
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Shonan Bellmare vs Avispa Fukuoka (07 Aug)

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League Position
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Established
1982 (42 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Location
Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, Japan

Nicknames
Avi

Competitions
Japanese J1 League
Japanese JLeague Cup

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NazaninAriaei: 07/Mar/24
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Upcoming
07/08 Shonan Bellm - Avispa Fukuo
10/08 Hokkaido Con - Avispa Fukuo
17/08 Avispa Fukuo - Albirex Niig
24/08 Gamba Osaka - Avispa Fukuo
01/09 Avispa Fukuo - Vissel Kobe

Results
20/07 Avispa Fukuo 0 - 1 Tokyo Verdy
14/07 Sanfrecce Hi 1 - 0 Avispa Fukuo
07/07 Avispa Fukuo 1 - 2 Kyoto Sanga
30/06 FC Tokyo 0 - 1 Avispa Fukuo
26/06 Avispa Fukuo 2 - 1 Yokohama F M


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Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡, Abisupa Fukuoka) is a Japanese professional football club, currently play in the J2 League. The team is located in Hakata, Fukuoka. "Avispa" means "wasp" in Spanish. They were originally called Fujieda Blux and based in Fujieda, Shizuoka before moving to Fukuoka in 1994. After becoming the champions of 1995 Japan Football League as Fukuoka Blux, and being admitted to the J. League since 1996 season, Avispa Fukuoka has the longest history as a J. League club being uncrowned in any nationwide competitions such as J. League Division 1, Division 2, J. League Cup, or Emperor's Cup.


Team Members




González





Grolli





Inoue





Ishizu





Iwasaki





Jogo





Kanamori





Kitajima





Konno





Kuwahara





Lloria





Mae





Maejima





Mendes





Miya





Moriyama





Murakami





Nagaishi





Nara





Oda





Shichi





Shigemi





Sousa





Sugimoto





Sugiyama





Tanabe





Tashiro





Uzuegbunam





Wako





Watari





Yamanoi





Yoshioka





Yuzawa





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