Fixtures

Japan J2-League 08/03 10:00 25 Kagoshima United vs Fujieda MYFC - View
Japan J2-League 08/10 09:00 26 Ventforet Kofu vs Fujieda MYFC - View
Japan J2-League 08/17 10:00 27 Fujieda MYFC vs Renofa Yamaguchi - View
Japan J2-League 08/24 10:00 28 Fujieda MYFC vs Montedio Yamagata - View
Japan J2-League 09/01 10:00 29 Roasso Kumamoto vs Fujieda MYFC - View
Japan J2-League 09/07 10:00 30 Fujieda MYFC vs Tochigi SC - View

Results

Japan J2-League 07/13 10:00 24 [10] Fujieda MYFC v Ehime FC [9] L 0-1
Japan FA Cup 07/10 10:00 9 Fujieda MYFC v Kashima Antlers L 1-2
Japan J2-League 07/06 09:00 23 [11] Fujieda MYFC v Mito Hollyhock [17] W 3-1
Japan J2-League 06/29 10:00 22 [20] Thespa Gunma v Fujieda MYFC [14] W 1-2
Japan J2-League 06/22 10:00 21 [2] V-Varen Nagasaki v Fujieda MYFC [13] L 2-0
Japan J2-League 06/15 09:00 20 [12] Fujieda MYFC v Yokohama FC [3] L 1-3
Japan FA Cup 06/12 10:00 8 Fujieda MYFC v Tochigi SC W 2-0
Japan J2-League 06/08 09:00 19 [1] Shimizu S-Pulse v Fujieda MYFC [10] L 1-0
Japan J2-League 06/01 05:00 18 [13] Fujieda MYFC v Ventforet Kofu [11] W 2-1
Japan J2-League 05/25 05:00 17 [13] Fujieda MYFC v Kagoshima United [18] D 1-1
Japan J2-League 05/19 05:00 16 [7] Renofa Yamaguchi v Fujieda MYFC [13] L 2-1
Japan J2-League 05/12 05:00 15 [14] Fujieda MYFC v Blaublitz Akita [12] W 1-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 44 23 21
Wins 15 9 6
Draws 8 5 3
Losses 21 9 12
Goals for 48 30 18
Goals against 62 26 36
Clean sheets 11 6 5
Failed to score 15 6 9

Wikipedia - Fujieda MYFC

Fujieda MYFC (藤枝MYFC, Fujieda Maiefushī) are a Japanese professional football club based in Fujieda, Shizuoka. They currently play in J2 League, the Japanese second tier of professional football. It was previously funded by online subscribers and was the first of its kind in Japan.

The club spent two seasons in the Japan Football League before having their application accepted in 2013 to participate in the inaugural season of J3 League in 2014.

History

The current club was formed in 2010 as a merger of two clubs, Fujieda Nelson (named after Daishiro Yoshimura's Brazilian middle name) and Shizuoka FC. The My Football Club project bought Fujieda Nelson CF in 2008 and renamed them Fujieda MYFC. Then in 2010, My Football Club bought Shizuoka FC and merged the two clubs to form Shizuoka Fujieda MYFC. Toshihide Saito was appointed player/manager of the club.

In their first season the club finished 1st in the Tokai League Division 1 but was knocked out of the Regional League promotion series.

On 2011, they took second place in the Regional League promotion series and therefore won promotion to the Japan Football League for the first time, becoming the third representative of the prefecture in the national leagues. They then dropped the Shizuoka from their name and become just Fujieda MYFC.

In 2012, the club finished their first season in the Japan Football League in 11th place and therefore secured their place in the division for the following 2013 season.

After finishing 13th in the Japan Football League in 2013, the club were accepted in the inaugural J. League Division 3 which competed in 2014. Following the club's acceptance, player/manager Toshihide Saito decided to leave the club.

On 7 January 2014, Musashi Mizushima was appointed as manager, following Saito's resignation.

After nine seasons in the J3 League, Fujieda MYFC secured promotion to the J2 League for the 2023 season. They were promoted to Japan's 2nd division for the first time in club's history, following a 0–0 draw against AC Nagano Parceiro in the last matchweek of the 2022 season. The club finished as runners-up with total 67 points earned in 34 matches.

On 26 September 2023, Fujieda MYFC was declared to have met the requirements to obtain a license up to J1 League level.

Fujieda MYFC is a professional soccer team based in Fujieda, Japan. The team competes in the J3 League, which is the third tier of the Japanese football league system. Fujieda MYFC was founded in 2010 and has quickly established itself as a competitive and ambitious club in Japanese football.

The team's home matches are played at the Fujieda City General Stadium, which has a capacity of 12,000 spectators. Fujieda MYFC's colors are blue and white, and their mascot is a lion named "Fujio."

Fujieda MYFC has a strong fan base and is known for their attacking style of play and talented young players. The team has a reputation for developing and nurturing local talent, and has produced several players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Japan and abroad.

Overall, Fujieda MYFC is a respected and well-supported team in Japanese football, and continues to strive for success and growth in the sport.