CLUB

HISTORY

Yokohama Marinos

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1972

Established: Nissan Motor Co., Ltd (In-house) Soccer Club

1976

Kanto League: Champion, All Japan Soccer Tournament: Champion (Promoted to JSL div 2)

1977-78

JSL div 2: 2nd

1978-79

JSL div 2: 1st (Promoted to div 1)

1979-80

JSL div 1: 10th

1980-81

JSL div :1 10th (Demoted to div 2)

1981-82

JSL div 2: 2nd (Promoted to div 1)

1982-83

JSL div :1 8th

1983-84

JSL div 1: 2nd, Emperor's Cup Champion

1984-85

JSL div 1: 2nd

1985-86

JSL div 1: 5th, Emperor's Cup Champion

1986-87

JSL div 1: 5th

1987-88

JSL div 1: 4th

1988-89

Triple Crown (JSL div 1, JSL Cup, Emperor's Cup)

1989-90

Triple Crown (JSL div 1, JSL Cup, Emperor's Cup), Asia Champions Cup Runners-up

1990-91

JSL div 1: 2nd, JSL Cup Champion, Emperor's Cup Champion

1991-92

JSL div 1: 2nd, Emperor's Cup Champion, Asia Cup Winners Cup Champion

1992

Established Nissan Football Club, Ltd. Change name to 'NISSAN FC YOKOHAMA MARINOS'
Emperor's Cup Champion, Asia Cup Winners Cup Champion

1993

J League launch. 1st Stage: 3rd, 2nd stage: 3rd

1994

J League 1st Stage: 9th, 2nd stage: 3rd, Emperor's Cup: Semi Finalist

1995

J League 1st Stage: Champion, 2nd stage: 3rd, J League Championship Winner

1996

J League: 8th

1997

J League 1st Stage: 5th, 2nd stage: 3rd

1998

J League 1st Stage: 4th, 2nd stage: 4th

Yokohama Flügels

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1964

Established: Yokohama Naka-ward Youth Sports Team

1975

Change name to 'Yokohama Soccer Club'

1979

Launched as 'Yokohama Tri-Star Soccer Club' supported by All Nippon Airways

1983

Kanto League Champion, Local League Champion (Promoted to JSL div 2)

1984-85

Change name to 'ANA Yokohama Soccer Club', JSL div 2: 2nd (Promoted to div 1)

1985-86

JSL div 1: 2nd

1986-87

JSL div :1 11th (Demoted to div 2)

1987-88

JSL div 2: 1st (Promoted to div 1)

1988-89

Change name to 'ANA Soccer Club', JSL div 1: 2nd

1989-90

JSL: 3rd

1990-91

JSL: 7th

1991-92

JSL: 8th

1992

Established : ANA SatoKogyo Soccer Club, change name to 'AS Flügels'

1993

J League launch. 1st Stage: 7th, 2nd stage: 7th, Emperor's Cup Champion

1994

J League 1st stage: 5th, 2nd stage 8th, Asia Cup Winners Cup Champion

1995

J League 1st stage: 3rd, 2nd stage 11th, Asia Super Cup Winner

1996

J League: 3rd

1997

J League 1st stage: 2nd, 2nd stage 11th, Emperor's Cup Runners-up

1998

J League 1st stage: 8th, 2nd stage 7th, Emperor's Cup Champion

Yokohama F・Marinos

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1999

Change names to 'YOKOHAMA MARINOS' for Club and 'YOKOHAMA F・MARINOS for team

Newly launched as one team by merger of Yokohama Marinos and Yokohama Flügels

J League 1st Stage: 7th, 2nd stage: 3rd

2000

J League 1st Stage: Champion, 2nd stage: 5th

2001

J League 1st Stage: 15th, 2nd stage: 10th

Yamazaki Nabisco Cup (J League Cup) Champion

2002

J League 1st Stage: 2nd, 2nd stage: 6th

2003

J League 1st Stage: Champion, 2nd stage: Champion

2004

J League 1st Stage: Champion (Record as Champion for 3 stages in row), 2nd stage: 6th

J League Championship winner ( J Champion for 2 years in row)

2005

J League: 9th, YNC: Semi-finalist

2006

J League: 9th, YNC: Semi-finalist

2007

J League: 7th, YNC: Semi-finalist

2008

J League: 9th, Emperor's Cup: Semi-finalist

2009

J League: 10th, YNC: Semi-finalist

2010

J League: 8th

2011

J League: 5th, Emperor's Cup: Semi-finalist

2012

J League: 4th, Emperor's Cup: Semi-finalist

2013

J League: 2nd, YNC: Semi-finalist, Emperor's Cup Champion

2014

J League: 7th