Fixtures

Japan J2-League 08/04 09:00 25 Iwaki SC vs Blaublitz Akita - View
Japan J2-League 08/10 09:00 26 Iwaki SC vs Ehime FC - View
Japan J2-League 08/17 10:00 27 JEF Utd Chiba vs Iwaki SC - View
Japan J2-League 08/25 09:00 28 Iwaki SC vs Roasso Kumamoto - View
Japan J2-League 08/31 10:00 29 Vegalta Sendai vs Iwaki SC - View
Japan J2-League 09/07 10:00 30 Kagoshima United vs Iwaki SC - View

Results

Japan J2-League 07/14 10:00 24 [11] Montedio Yamagata v Iwaki SC [9] W 1-2
Japan FA Cup 07/10 10:00 9 Iwaki SC v Sanfrecce Hiroshima L 0-4
Japan J2-League 07/06 09:00 23 [8] Iwaki SC v Oita [15] L 0-1
Japan J2-League 06/29 09:00 22 [8] Iwaki SC v Yokohama FC [2] L 0-4
Japan J2-League 06/26 10:00 19 [2] V-Varen Nagasaki v Iwaki SC [8] L 3-1
Japan J2-League 06/22 10:00 21 [4] Renofa Yamaguchi v Iwaki SC [8] W 0-3
Japan J2-League 06/16 07:00 20 [8] Iwaki SC v Ventforet Kofu [13] D 1-1
Japan FA Cup 06/12 10:00 8 Blaublitz Akita v Iwaki SC W 0-2
Japan J2-League 06/09 09:00 19 V-Varen Nagasaki v Iwaki SC - PPT.
Japan J2-League 06/02 04:00 18 [8] Iwaki SC v Vegalta Sendai [5] L 1-2
Japan J2-League 05/26 05:00 17 [7] Iwaki SC v Tokushima Vortis [15] D 1-1
Japan J2-League 05/18 05:00 16 [20] Thespa Gunma v Iwaki SC [7] W 0-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 45 23 22
Wins 16 4 12
Draws 12 8 4
Losses 17 11 6
Goals for 59 23 36
Goals against 60 40 20
Clean sheets 14 5 9
Failed to score 14 7 7

Wikipedia - Iwaki FC

Iwaki FC (いわきFC, Iwaki Efushi) is a football (soccer) club based in Iwaki, a city in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. The club competes in the J2 League, the second tier of Japanese football league system.

History

Founder Club

Iwaki FC was founded in 2012, before getting official recognition in 2013 with the creation of their homonymous corporation. The club name got more attention when Under Armour decided to join the club and support it to climb the Japanese football pyramid from the bottom. There had been a big vision behind the club, with the will of "making Iwaki the central football-city in Tohoku". In fact, a new training field opened in November 2016 and the club-house was just launched in May 2017: two central structures to rise to the top of Japanese football.

Fukushima Prefectural Football League (2013–2017)

Plus, results are pushing Iwaki FC, which has won several categories in Fukushima Prefectural Football League, coming to first division: the next target is Tohoku Soccer League, while the club has even achieved their first win at National Club Team Football Championship Tournament (winning the final 9–0). Iwaki FC also debuted at Emperor's Cup in 2017 edition. After defeating Norbritz Hokkaido in the first round, they surprisingly overcame Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo for 5–2 after extra-time. They lost against Shimizu S-Pulse in the third round, but it was still a surprising run.

Tohoku Soccer League (2018–2019)

In the 2019 season, Iwaki FC earned promotion to the following year's JFL for the first time in history after two seasons in Tohoku Soccer League competition, with the club winning the All Japan Regional Promotion Series and as a result Iwaki was crowned champions.

Japan Football League (JFL) (2020–2021)

In the 2021 season, Iwaki FC earned promotion to the following year's J3 League for the first time in history after two seasons in JFL competition, after finishing in first position, the team were crowned champions for their first title of fourth tier in Japan Football League.

J. League (2022–)

In the 2022 season, Iwaki FC earned promotion to the following year's J2 League for the first time in their history after a single season in J3 League, after getting a J2 license on 28 October 2022. On 6 November the same year, they were crowned J3 League champions for the first time in their history. They secured the league title in the 32nd round, following a 3–0 win against Kagoshima United and defeats for the 2nd and 3rd-placed teams in that round: Fujieda MYFC and Matsumoto Yamaga. 14 days later, Iwaki FC finished as league champions, ending their 2022 season with 78 points from 34 matches, 11 points clear of 2nd-placed Fujieda MYFC, who also ended up being promoted to the J2. On 26 September 2023, Iwaki FC was declared to have met the requirements to obtain a license up to J1 League level.

Iwaki SC is a professional soccer team based in Iwaki, Japan. The team was founded in 2016 and competes in the Japan Football League, the third tier of Japanese soccer. Known for their fast-paced and technical style of play, Iwaki SC has quickly gained a reputation as a formidable opponent in the league.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their home matches are played at the Iwaki Green Stadium, a modern and state-of-the-art facility that can hold up to 5,000 spectators. The passionate fan base of Iwaki SC, known as the "Blue Wave," creates an electric atmosphere at every home game, cheering on their team with unwavering support.

Iwaki SC is committed to developing young talent and promoting the growth of soccer in the region. With a strong emphasis on teamwork and dedication, the players of Iwaki SC strive to achieve success both on and off the field. As they continue to make their mark in the Japan Football League, Iwaki SC is a team to watch for exciting and competitive soccer action.