Fixtures

Japan J2-League 05/28 09:00 19 Tokyo Verdy vs Omiya Ardija - View
Japan Cup 06/01 10:00 8 FC Ryukyu vs Omiya Ardija - View
Japan J2-League 06/05 05:00 20 Omiya Ardija vs Mito Hollyhock - View
Japan J2-League 06/12 05:00 21 Blaublitz Akita vs Omiya Ardija - View
Japan J2-League 06/18 05:00 22 JEF Utd Chiba vs Omiya Ardija - View
Japan J2-League 06/26 10:00 23 Omiya Ardija vs Zweigen Kanazawa - View

Results

Japan J2-League 05/25 10:00 18 [21] Omiya Ardija v FC Ryukyu [20] W 1-0
Japan J2-League 05/21 05:00 17 [20] Omiya Ardija v Vegalta Sendai [1] L 2-4
Japan J2-League 05/18 10:00 15 [20] Omiya Ardija v Grulla Morioka FC [22] L 0-1
Japan J2-League 05/14 05:00 16 [13] V-Varen Nagasaki v Omiya Ardija [20] D 0-0
Japan J2-League 05/08 04:00 15 [20] Omiya Ardija v Grulla Morioka FC [21] - PPT.
Japan J2-League 05/04 05:00 14 [8] Oita v Omiya Ardija [20] D 1-1
Japan J2-League 05/01 05:00 13 [9] Zweigen Kanazawa v Omiya Ardija [21] W 1-2
Japan J2-League 04/27 10:00 12 [21] Omiya Ardija v Thespa Kusatsu [6] W 3-2
Japan J2-League 04/23 05:00 11 [19] Montedio Yamagata v Omiya Ardija [21] L 2-0
Japan J2-League 04/16 05:00 10 [22] Omiya Ardija v JEF Utd Chiba [10] W 2-1
Japan J2-League 04/09 05:00 9 [22] Omiya Ardija v Ventforet Kofu [20] L 1-3
Japan J2-League 04/03 05:00 8 [14] Renofa Yamaguchi v Omiya Ardija [22] L 1-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 46 24 22
Wins 11 8 3
Draws 15 6 9
Losses 20 10 10
Goals for 55 36 19
Goals against 67 39 28
Clean sheets 7 3 4
Failed to score 14 3 11

Wikipedia - Omiya Ardija

Omiya Ardija (大宮アルディージャ, Ōmiya Arudīja) is a professional association football club based in Ōmiya in Saitama, Japan. Its "hometown" as designated by the league is the whole of Saitama city, which is shared with neighbours Urawa Red Diamonds. Omiya competed in the J1 League following an immediate promotion in 2015 after being relegated in 2014. Omiya was relegated again following the 2017 season. They competed in J1 2005 and continued to remain until 2014, following promotion from J2 in 2004 as the second placed team. The team currently competes in the J2 League.

Their home field is Nack5 Stadium Ōmiya (Nack5スタジアム大宮, Nakku-faibu Sutajiamu Ōmiya): Ōmiya Park Soccer Stadium by the naming rights with occasional games being played at the Kumagaya Athletic Stadium.

History

The team were founded in 1968 as NTT Saitama Soccer Selection in Urawa, Saitama and later known as the NTT Kantō Soccer Club in 1969. They were first promoted to the Japan Soccer League (JSL) Division 2 in 1987/88, and when the JSL folded, joined the former Japan Football League.

In 1998 it was separately incorporated as NTT Sport Community K.K. based in Ōmiya to participate in the J. League. The name "Ardija" is a transcription of the Spanish language ardilla (squirrel) which is the mascot of Ōmiya and the park in which their home stadium is located.

Their matches against Urawa Red Diamonds have been called the "Saitama Derby".

In 2005–2007 most of Omiya's home matches were held at Saitama Stadium 2002 and Urawa Komaba Stadium due to expansion works at their home ground. In October 2007 the expansion was complete. On November 11, the re-opening match was held as a J. League season match between the Ardija and Ōita Trinita (1–2).