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Nagoya Grampus 2017 25th Anniversary Mizuno Kits

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Now in the Japanese J2 League for the first time in their history, former J1 champions Nagoya Grampus are celebrating their 25th Anniversary with the release of commemorative outfield player and goalkeeper kits from technical partner Mizuno. Both shirts use the same designs as the Mizuno jerseys worn by what what then Nagoya Grampus Eight [.

Nagoya Grampus 2016 le coq sportif Home Kit

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Former Japanese champions Nagoya Grampus have kicked off preparations for the 2016 J1 League season [...]

Nagoya Grampus 2015 le coq sportif Home Kit

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One of only four teams to have competed in every Japanese J. League Division 1 [...]

Nagoya Grampus J. League 20th Anniversary le coq sportif Jersey

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Amongst Japan's best-supported teams, Nagoya Grampus has released a le coq sportif jersey in celebration [...]

Nagoya Grampus 2013 le coq sportif Home and Away Jerseys

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Popular Japanese J. League Division 1 club Nagoya Grampus has unveiled its le coq sportif [...]

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Okubo ties record as Kawasaki go top of J-League

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Former Japan striker Yoshito Okubo tied the J-League scoring record as Kawasaki Frontale beat Nagoya Grampus 3-2 at home Saturday to go top of the table.

Okubo bundled in a scrappy equalizer after 75 minutes to tie Hiroshima forward Hisato Sato, who set the new mark with his 158th goal last weekend.

Okubo ties record as Kawasaki go top of J-League

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Former Japan striker Yoshito Okubo tied the J-League scoring record as Kawasaki Frontale beat Nagoya Grampus 3-2 at home Saturday to go top of the table.

Okubo bundled in a scrappy equalizer after 75 minutes to tie Hiroshima forward Hisato Sato, who set the new mark with his 158th goal last weekend.

Nagoya Grampus v Gamba Osaka Nabisco Cup

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Nagoya Grampus hosted Gamba Osaka in a Nabisco Cup Quarter Final Second Leg yesterday in the teeming rain at Paloma Mizuho Stadium. The teams had fought out a 1-1 draw in Osaka so all was to play for in the return fixture, with a place in the semi-finals at stake.


Grampus took an early lead through Ryunosuke Noda, who had scored for Nagoya in the first leg.

Nagoya Grampus 2012 Le Coq Sportif 20th Anniversary Kit

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Currently in a seventh place in the Japanese J. League Divsion 1, Nagoya Grampus (名古屋グランパス) is a Japanese association soccer currently based in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. The club has been...

Ready to rock: J. League 2012 set for kick-off

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The 2012 J. League first division kicks off on March 10.

The fixture list has conjured a number of notable clashes, as Gamba Osaka welcome big-spending neighbours Vissel Kobe to Banpaku, Nagoya Grampus host Tokai rivals Shimizu S-Pulse at Toyota Stadium and Omiya Ardija entertain local rivals FC Tokyo at Omiya Park.

Nagoya Grampus le coq sportif AFC Champions League 2012 Home Kit

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Japanese J. League Division 1 club Nagoya Grampus (Japanese: 名古屋グランパ) is back in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) after a one-year absence. Last season's second-placed J1 finisher is pooled with...

Three-way race for the J. League title

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And then there were three. Two familiar contenders, one plucky outsider and four league games are all that stand between Kashiwa Reysol, Gamba Osaka, Nagoya Grampus and the J. League title.
Autumn is especially beautiful across the Kantō Plain, when the deciduous leaves fall and a mellow sunlight light frames the back streets and alleys of one of the world's most populous regions.

Japan's never-ending Nabisco Cup nonsense

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The sight of Gamba Osaka running out at Expo '70 Stadium tonight is unlikely to fill their fans with hope. It's more likely to fill those in attendance with a sense of trepidation as the team currently leading the J. League standings does battle with defending Nabisco Cup champions Jubilo Iwata for a trophy no one genuinely wants to win.

Yokohama F. Marinos lead the way in the J. League

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Umbrella sellers are no doubt doing a brisk trade in Yokohama as Kanagawa giants Yokohama F. Marinos lead the way in the J. League standings.
F. Marinos fans are known for their colourful support and it's a common sight to see the Tricolore run out against a backdrop of twirling umbrellas at their cavernous Nissan Stadium home.

Red Card in 0 to 5 Seconds

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This past week in the Japan's J-League, the match between Nagoya Grampus and Shimizu S-Pulse ended in an unremarkable 1-1 draw. What was remarkable about that match was that it only took 5 seconds for Grampus defender Takahiro Masukawa to get a red card.

I note that there is some dispute over whether this video depicts said teams and Masukawa.

Urawa Reds the big losers in Golden Week gala

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It's tough being Urawa Reds. The "biggest club in Asia" tag is a difficult one to live down, even if the Saitama giants haven't come close to winning a trophy for years.

The Reds burst onto the Asian football scene by winning the J. League under the swashbuckling auspices of German coach Guido Buchwald in 2006, befo
re his more circumspect successor Holger Osieck steered the Saitama giants to Asian Champions League glory the following year.

J. League picks up the pieces after quake

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Five weeks after a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami caused widespread destruction in Japan's northern Miyagi Prefecture, the J. League finally resumes with five Round 7 games taking place on April 23.

Foremost among them is the clash between Kawasaki Frontale and Vegalta Sendai, with Sendai the city closest to the epicentre of the earth-shattering quake which struck on March 11.

Nabisco Cup 2011

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Following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan on March 11, the J-League has rearranged the schedule for the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup.

The two group format has been abandoned in favor of a straight two-leg knock-out competition.

1st Round 1st Leg June 5

Urawa Reds vs Yamagata
Kashiwa Reysol vs Sendai
Yokohama F Marinos vs Vissell Kobe
Venforet Kofu vs Shimizu S-Pulse
Jubilo Iwata vs Fukuoka
Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Kawasaki Frontale

1st Round 2nd Leg June 27

27 Jul Wed
Sendai vs Kashiwa Reysol
Yamagata vs Urawa Reds
Kawasaki Frontale vs
Shimizu S-Pulse vs Ventforet Kofu
Vissel Kobe vs Yokohama F Marinos
Fukuoka vs Jubilo Iwata

Second round two-leg games will take place on 14 September and 28 September when Omiya Ardija and Albirex Niigata will join the competition.

All J. League games off as earthquake shatters Japan

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The 8.8 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami which tore through north-eastern Japan have forced the postponement of all J. League games this weekend.

The J. League announced this morning that no games would take place in J1 or J2 over the weekend, with early reports suggesting some grounds may have suffered structural damage.

J League Results March 6 2011

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Saturday 5 March

Last season's champions Nagoya Grampus kicked off the new J. League season with a 1-1 draw against Yokohama F Marinos in front of 27,153 spectators at Toyota Stadium. Gamba Osaka won the Osaka derby 2-1 against last season's surprise package Cerezo, while Kashima Antlers were held to a surprise home draw.

Nagoya Grampus le coq sportif 2011 Kits

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Nagoya Grampus (名古屋グランパス) is a Japanese association soccer currently playing in the Japanese J. League Divsion 1. The club has been a fixture in the top flight of Japanese soccer since 1993 but did not win its first J. League championship until 2010. Nagoya Grampus is current managed by Serbia and Nagoya Grampus legend Dragan Stojković.

Keisuke Honda driving Japan’s Asian Cup offense

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DOHA, Qatar — Japan's World Cup hero Keisuke Honda is ready to orchestrate attacking football against largely defensive rivals at the Asian Cup, as the Blue Samurai aim for a record fourth continental title. "My personal goal and the team's goal are one and the same. We are targetting the title no matter who we [.

Arsenal

Video: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger delivers farewell speech

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With today's news that Arsenal are about to open contract talks with Arsene Wenger, here's a look at the alternative for Arsenal fans. In the video above, the Frenchman is saying an emotional farewell to fans of his previous club Nagoya Grampus 8 in 1996. Wenger left the Japanese side to take up his role [.

Arsenal: Giroud full of confidence and Podolski claims he fears no competition

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Arsenal have been kicking along nicely into their preseason campaign with three straight dominating victories over an Indonesian All-Star team, Vietnam and most recently Japanese side Nagoya Grampus. Two of the club's standouts made comments to Arsenal.com on Jul. 23, 2013, about their feelings on the club's summer preseason campaign thus far.

Arsenal: Arsene Wenger impressed by young Gedion Zelalem

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger continues to be impressed by young up and coming 16-year-old starlet Gedion Zelalem according to his comments to the Gunner's official site on Jul. 23, 2013. After impressing in his opening match against Indonesia and then again against Vietnam, Zelalem was on target with another killer pass against Nagoya Grampus to set up Theo Walcott in the club's 1-3 victory.

Nagoya Grampus 1-3 Arsenal Pre-Season Friendly

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Arsenal continued their pre-season Tour with their third victoy in a row against Arsene Wenger's former club Grampus Eight as they were known back in the day.

French striker Olivier Giroud continued his scoring spree with the opener, with the same man being taken out for the penalty which Ryo Miyaichi despatched with aplomb.

The Sleepy Analysis - Nagoya Grampus 1-3 Arsenal

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I was pretty disappointed by the Japanese club. I thought I'll get a Shaolin Soccer style match against the likes of the Sexy Giroud, Hammerfoot Podolski, Terrier Wilshere, but no they had to ignore me. .just kidding.

The scoreline might get some of the Arsenal fans moaning about the game, but Nagoya Grampus were an upgrade over the previous two opponents - that's for sure.

POTD : Arsenal Play To 3-1 Win Over Wenger’s Former Club, Nagoya Grampus – Plus Preseason Fun!

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Arsenal's preseason tours have always been a lot of fun, even if Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott have bothvehemently denied it on past occasions. Honestly lads, what could be so mind-numbingly terrible about waving to a crowd of passionate fans who are absolutely crazy about you?

Nagoya Grampus vs Arsenal Friendly 2013 Highlights 1-3 Giroud Miyaichi Walcott Yano Goals Video

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Video: Nagoya Grampus 1-3 Arsenal

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Arsenal recorded another comfortable pre-season win, this time against Arsene Wenger's former side Nagoya Grampus. In-form Olivier Giroud gave the Gunners the lead inside four minutes. Japan international Ryo Miyaichi added a second from the penalty spot, before Theo Walcott sneaked in behind the defence to score Arsenal's third.

Nagoya Grampus – Arsenal, again, again and again

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By Walter Broeckx

Our next game in pre-season brought us to known territory for one man: Arsène Wenger. As you all know by now it was his last team he managed before coming to Arsenal all those years ago. So it was a nice hello with some old people he worked with in those [...]

Video: Arsenal training ahead of Nagoya Grampus match

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Arsenal held an open training session and coaching clinic ahead of their match against Arsene Wenger's old side Nagoya Grampus on Monday. The highlight of the video is undoubtedly Le Professeur showing off his teaching prowess by convincing a group of very excited Japanese kids to sit down and listen.

Daily Dose: November 26th, 2010

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Tulio Tanaka gets elbowed, then performs the one finger death punch.

  • Okada's had quite the year. (Japan WCB)
  • Average ages in La Liga. (The Best Eleven)
  • Andrei Arshavin. That's all. (Dirty Tackle)
  • A German punk odyssey. (EFW)
  • Leaving the coach in the coach.

The Rest

Japan: SRC Hiroshima Players Applaud One And Only Fan Who Travelled 300 Miles To Watch 6-0 Drubbing (Photos)

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After squeaking through the first round of theEmperor's Cup, Japanese fifth-tier side SRC Hiroshima found themselves pitted against second-tier Nagoya Grampus in the second.

Unfortunately, what might have been a plum home time for the minnows turned out to be a bit of a sparse affair after Grampus were drawn as hosts.

Flown The Nest: D.C. United First Team Alumni News & Notes

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Dejan Jakovic makes his first appearance in Japan, James Riley arrives at the sixth MLS club of his career, Andy Najar could return to RFK Stadium in May, and much more!

Our regular update on former D.C. United players is back and raring to go after what has been a busy period for first team alumni.

We’re such cuncs

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For some reason I thought we were playing Nagoya Grampus today, but it turns out that's tomorrow. I think that's better really, having to disturb my lazy Sunday with Arsenal doesn't sound as appealing as it should. Watching it while working tomorrow seems a much better use of everyone's time.

Nothing much happening this morning other than newspapers in Italy saying that Real Madrid have accepted Napoli's offer for Gonzalo Higuain.

European Clubs Eye Bumper Asian Payday

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The English football season has ended but there will be little rest for the players as they contemplate adding to their air miles with the traditional pre season tours and as usual Asia will feature heavily as clubs target that crucial market. After several years of enjoying the Austrian Alps Arsenal it seems have become a fixture of the Asian football calendar in the last two years and this year proves to be their most extensive yet.

Liverpool Facing Bundesliga Battle Over Asian Playmaker

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Liverpool has been handed a transfer boost in pursuit of Japanese international Keisuke Honda.
TalkSPORT claims the 40-cap international could leave CSKA Moscow, with Merseyside and Dortmund two potential destinations for the 26-year-old.
The report goes on to suggest that Liverpool is ‘long-term' admirers of the former VVV-Venolo star, and could be in the market for a midfielder as manager Brendan Rodgers looks to take the goal-scoring burden away from Steven Gerrard.

Eintracht Braunschweig 2012/13 PUMA Home and Away Kits

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Eintracht Braunschweig is currently in first place in the second tier of German soccer, the 2. Bundesliga, after fourteen matches played. The club is looking to return to the Bundesliga...

Winter football looking up in Australia - bring it on!

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I didn't watch the State of Origin I rarely do.

I've never watched the Brumbies despite being a passionate Canberran. Rugby just doesn't do it for me.

Football is my sport - my thing. So it is great relief that Aussie football returns after what seems like a huge break - well two weeks since the last ACL games.