Register Start a Wiki. Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡), er en japansk professionel fodboldklub, baseret i Fukuoka, og de spiller i J2 League Indholdsfortegnelse 1 Historiske slutplaceringer Line: 192 Popular striker Tetsuya Okubo was released at the end of the season, along with 4 other players as the squad was prepared for J1. "Avispa" có nghĩa là "tò vò" trong tiếng Tây Ban Nha.Họ đã được ban đầu được … Function: view, File: /home/ah0ejbmyowku/public_html/index.php J3 League players).

The club was founded as Chūō Bōhan SC in 1982 by the workers of security company Chuo Bohan in Fujieda, Shizuoka. Tipped by all pundits on the J-League After Game Show to finish the season in 18th position, the players struggled to gel and went for the first 13 games of the season without earning a point. League club. Avispa finished in 16th place. Vous pouvez partager vos connaissances en l’améliorant (comment ?) "Avispa" means "wasp" in Spanish.They were originally called Fujieda Blux and based in Fujieda, Shizuoka before moving to Fukuoka in 1994.

In 2002, they kept experienced players and released younger players such as Daisuke Nakaharai and Yoshiteru Yamashita but they finished 8th out of 10. His arrival saw a greater emphasis given towards the development of young players at the club as rookies Yuta Mishima and Takeshi Kanamori were given chances in the first team. They had been involved in a relegation battle from the beginning of the season. L'Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡) est un club japonais de football basé à Fukuoka, capitale de la préfecture du même nom. They finished bottom of the league two seasons in a row from 1997 to 1998. Function: _error_handler, Message: Invalid argument supplied for foreach(), File: /home/ah0ejbmyowku/public_html/application/views/user/popup_modal.php Line: 208 They finished third and were promoted back to J1 in winning the promotion playoffs. Wikis. Pages dans la catégorie « Joueur de l'Avispa Fukuoka » Cette catégorie contient les 163 pages suivantes. In 2001, the club acquired former Korean international Noh Jung-Yoon and Yoshika Matsubara but they finished 15th and were relegated to J2.

League 1 (D1) pour la saison 2016. The club finished in the lower half of the J2 table with promotion hopes dashed for another year. Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡, Abisupa Fukuoka?) League until 1998. Le club a rejoint la J.

[2].mw-parser-output .nogrid,.mw-parser-output .nogrid td,.mw-parser-output .nogrid tr,.mw-parser-output .nogrid th{border:0}Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Pursuant to the provision of higher-rank priority, Avispa could not be promoted to J1 in next season. Line: 68 The Daily Yomiuri reported that in 2006 Avispa needed 535 million yen in loans from the local prefectural and municipal governments. Le club évolue en J. Like many J2 teams this has led to financial issues.

After a reasonable start, Avispa's form has tailed off sharply, with a recent five-game losing streak including 6–0 and 5–0 thrashings away at Ventforet Kofu and Mito Hollyhock respectively. Function: view, File: /home/ah0ejbmyowku/public_html/application/controllers/Main.php They were promoted to the Japan Soccer League Division 2 in 1991.

Results on the pitch immediately improved and the club were competing around the play-off positions until a slump in form mid-season coincided with the announcement that the club needed ¥50 million to remain solvent. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. Function: _error_handler, File: /home/ah0ejbmyowku/public_html/application/views/page/index.php As of 28 June 2020.

With relegation came another new manager, the former German international Pierre Littbarski. With a view to the foundation of J. League 2: 2009: J. The club hired new coach Masami Ihara[1] who twice handled Kashiwa Reysol in a caretaker capacity. At the end of the season the manager was changed again with Koji Maeda being brought in to replace the departing Asano. 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. However, with difficulties to have a stadium that met J.

League Cup, or Emperor's Cup. The club returned to hiring a non-Japanese manager for the first time since Pierre Littbarski as Slovenian Marijan Pusnik arrived. League 2 (D2) Président ? They won a fierce relegation battle and eventually stayed up.

là một câu lạc bộ bóng đá chuyên nghiệp của Nhật Bản, hiện tại đang thi đấu tại giải J1 League.Đội bóng đặt trụ sở ở Hakata, Fukuoka. Line: 478 Line: 107 After becoming the champions of 1995 Japan Football League as Fukuoka Blux, and being admitted to the J. League Division 1, Division 2, J. Line: 479 File: /home/ah0ejbmyowku/public_html/application/views/user/popup_modal.php League since 1996 season, Avispa Fukuoka has the longest history as a J. est le chef-lieu de la préfecture de Fukuoka à la pointe nord de l'île de Kyūshū au Japon.Elle était à l'origine composée de deux villes séparées : Fukuoka, la ville seigneuriale, organisée autour d'un château construit par le clan Kuroda, à l'ouest du fleuve Naka, et Hakata, la ville populaire orientale. Note: Amateur club Chūō Bōhan F.C. The season started slowly with the team picking up only 1 point out of a possible 15 in March, but then saw a dramatic improvement in performance as they went on to win 17 of the next 25 games including a come from behind victory against promotion rivals JEF United. Line: 24 Learn how and when to remove this template message,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 October 2020, at 22:35. Avispa Fukuoka: Surnoms : Avi, Hachi , Meishu: Noms précédents: Chūō Bōhan FC (1982-1993) Fukuoka Blux (1994-1995) Fondation: 1982: Couleurs: Bleu et gris: Stade: Best Denki Stadium (22 563 places) Siège: 1302-53 Oaza Nata Higashi-ku, Fukuoka 812-0204: Championnat actuel: J. They were originally called Fujieda Blux and based in Fujieda, Shizuoka before moving to Fukuoka in 1994.

The end of the season saw Koji Maeda part ways with the club as they looked to rebuild towards a better 2013. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Note: No team was relegated from J. Avispa finished in 4th place. "Litti" arrived from the Australian A-League, bringing with him several experienced players such as Mark Rudan, Joel Griffiths and Ufuk Talay, but he was unable to steer Avispa to any notable success. Games Movies TV Video. The club finished in 14th position, but found the money to stay afloat, with Pusnik agreeing to remain as manager for another season. At the end of the 1998 season, Avispa were involved in the play-offs but they narrowly escaped a relegation. "Avispa" means "wasp" in Spanish. Le tableau suivant présente la liste des entraîneurs du club depuis 1982.

Fukuoka (福岡市, Fukuoka-shi?) In 2005, they finished 2nd and gained an automatic promotion to J1. They finished 16th and were relegated to J2 after the promotion/relegation play-offs against Vissel Kobe, which they tied twice, 0–0 in Kobe, then 1–1 at their home game. Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡, Abisupa Fukuoka) is a Japanese professional football club, currently play in the J2 League.

Having finished 7th in 2007, an inability to compete near the top of the league led to Littbarski's sacking in mid-2008. Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡, abisupa fukuoka), is a Japanese football club from the J1 League.

The team was looking to bounce straight back to J1 upon their return to the second tier but endured the worst season in the history of the club as they finished a lowly 18th in the table; only winning 9 games all season and conceding 68 goals (only Gainare Tottori would concede more in the season). In the final game however, the team drew scorelessly, 0-0, with Nagoya Grampus that finished in 3rd place. Function: require_once, Message: Undefined variable: user_membership, File: /home/ah0ejbmyowku/public_html/application/views/user/popup_modal.php They participated in the newly founded former Japan Football League Division 2 in 1992 and were promoted to Division 1 in 1993. League club being uncrowned in any nationwide competitions such as J. Football Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community.

History. In 2000, Argentine David Bisconti and Romanian Pavel Badea were transferred to Fukuoka and they finished club record 6th in the second stage.

League 2, 11th: Avispa Fukuoka (アビスパ福岡, Abisupa Fukuoka) is a Japanese professional football club in Hakata ward of Fukuoka. As a result, in 1994 they decided to move to Fukuoka where the community was eager to have a J. Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery. They initially struggled but came back well and finished 4th. The club acquired experienced players such as former Japanese international Satoshi Tsunami and defender Hideaki Mori but they finished lowly 15th in the 1996 season. In the "J1 Promotion Play-off", Avispa won the semi-final game 1-0 against Tokyo Verdy. League en 1996. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Avispa Fukuoka | Captain Tsubasa Wiki | Fandom. The team is located in Hakata, Fukuoka.

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