Fixtures

Japan J2-League 08/03 10:00 25 V-Varen Nagasaki vs Mito Hollyhock - View
Japan J2-League 08/10 09:00 26 Mito Hollyhock vs Vegalta Sendai - View
Japan J2-League 08/17 10:00 27 Roasso Kumamoto vs Mito Hollyhock - View
Japan J2-League 08/25 09:00 28 Mito Hollyhock vs Thespa Gunma - View
Japan J2-League 08/31 09:00 29 Mito Hollyhock vs Ehime FC - View
Japan J2-League 09/07 10:00 30 JEF Utd Chiba vs Mito Hollyhock - View

Results

Japan J2-League 07/14 09:00 24 [18] Mito Hollyhock v Yokohama FC [2] D 2-2
Japan FA Cup 07/10 10:00 9 Mito Hollyhock v Yokohama F-Marinos L 6-7
Japan J2-League 07/06 09:00 23 [11] Fujieda MYFC v Mito Hollyhock [17] L 3-1
Japan J2-League 06/29 09:00 22 [17] Mito Hollyhock v Renofa Yamaguchi [6] D 1-1
Japan J2-League 06/23 10:00 21 [15] Tokushima Vortis v Mito Hollyhock [17] L 1-0
Japan J2-League 06/16 08:00 20 [18] Mito Hollyhock v Blaublitz Akita [9] W 1-0
Japan FA Cup 06/12 10:00 8 Roasso Kumamoto v Mito Hollyhock W 1-2
Japan J2-League 06/08 09:00 19 [13] Ehime FC v Mito Hollyhock [17] L 1-0
Japan J2-League 06/02 05:00 18 [16] Mito Hollyhock v V-Varen Nagasaki [2] L 2-3
Japan J2-League 05/26 05:00 17 [1] Shimizu S-Pulse v Mito Hollyhock [14] L 2-1
Japan J2-League 05/18 05:00 16 [15] Mito Hollyhock v Oita [11] D 1-1
Japan J2-League 05/12 05:00 15 [13] Montedio Yamagata v Mito Hollyhock [16] W 0-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 44 21 23
Wins 9 4 5
Draws 17 11 6
Losses 18 6 12
Goals for 42 27 15
Goals against 54 26 28
Clean sheets 12 7 5
Failed to score 16 4 12

Wikipedia - Mito HollyHock

Mito HollyHock (水戸ホーリーホック, Mito Hōrīhokku) is a Japanese professional football (soccer) club located in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture. The team currently playing in the J2 League, Japanese second tier of professional football.

History

The club was founded in 1990 as Prima Aseno FC by the factory workers of Prima Ham (a food company) in Tsuchiura. It changed its name to Prima Ham FC Tsuchiura and gained promotion to the Japan Football League after finishing as runner-up in the 1996 Regional League play-off. It merged with FC Mito (founded in 1994) and re-branded itself as Mito HollyHock before the start of the 1997 season when Prima Ham decided to discontinue its financial support to the club.

Mito's application to play in the inaugural 1999 season of J. League Division 2 was initially turned down due to financial unstability, and low home attendance at their stadium. However, after finishing 3rd in the Japan Football League in 1999, and having an increasing stadium attendance, the club was invited into the J. League in 2000.

Mito HollyHock also fields teams in e-sports and in Ice Hockey (Ibaraki Prefectural League).

Mito Hollyhock is a professional soccer team based in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan. The team was founded in 1990 and currently competes in the J2 League, the second tier of Japanese football. The team's colors are green and white, and their mascot is a cute hollyhock flower.

Mito Hollyhock has a strong fan base and plays their home matches at the K's denki Stadium Mito, which has a seating capacity of over 12,000. The team has a rich history of developing young talent and has produced several players who have gone on to represent the Japanese national team.

Known for their attacking style of play and passionate supporters, Mito Hollyhock is a respected team in Japanese football. They have a fierce rivalry with neighboring clubs such as Kashima Antlers and Omiya Ardija, making their matches exciting and intense.

Overall, Mito Hollyhock is a well-established and competitive team in the Japanese soccer scene, with a bright future ahead of them.