Association football club in Japan
football club
Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo ( 北海道コンサドーレ札幌, Hokkaidō Konsadōre Sapporo ) [ 2 ] is a japanese professional football baseball club, which plays in the J1 League. The team is based in Sapporo, on the island of Hokkaido. The club name of “ Consadole ” is made from consado, a overrule of the japanese parole Dosanko ( 道産子, meaning “ people of Hokkaido ” ) and the spanish expression Ole.

Unlike other teams, their main home ground at Sapporo Dome is besides used by the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters baseball team, so some home games are moved to Sapporo Atsubetsu Stadium .

history [edit ]

Toshiba S.C. ( 1935–1995 ) [edit ]

Consadole ‘s club custom dates back to 1935 when Toshiba Horikawa-cho Soccer Club was founded in Kawasaki, Kanagawa. They were promoted to the now-defunct Japan Soccer League Division 2 in 1978. [ 3 ] They adopted new diagnose Toshiba Soccer Club in 1980 and were promoted to the JSL Division 1 in 1989. [ 3 ] Their highest placement, 4th in the 1990 and 1991 seasons. Relegating themselves as they were not ready for J.League execution, they joined the newly formed Japan Football League in 1992 and played the survive season as Toshiba S.C. in 1995. [ 3 ] They sought to be a professional club but the owner Toshiba did not regard Kawasaki as an ideal hometown. This was because Verdy Kawasaki, one of the most outstanding clubs at that prison term, was besides based in the city, which Toshiba obviously believed was not adult enough to accommodate two clubs. ( Verdy has since crossed the Tama River to be based in Chōfu City in the west of Tokyo and has been renamed as Tokyo Verdy 1969 ; the only remaining professional baseball club is Kawasaki Frontale, primitively part of Fujitsu. ) They decided to move to Sapporo where the local politics and community had been acute to provide a base for a professional soccer team as they awaited Sapporo Dome to be completed in 2001. The ownership was transferred from Toshiba to Hokkaido Football Club plc. before the start of the 1996 season. [ 3 ] Toshiba does not have fiscal interest in the clubhouse any more but Consadole still boasts their precursor ‘s red and black colours on their undifferentiated. [ 4 ]

Consadole Sapporo ( 1996–2015 ) [edit ]

Consadole Sapporo inherited the JFL condition from Toshiba S.C.. Their debut season in 1996 was not excessively successful as they finished 5th and miss promotion. however, they won the JFL championship in 1997 and were promoted to J.League. [ 3 ] In 1998, their first J.League season saw them finish 14th out of 18 but this did not guarantee them staying up. From the 1999 season, the J.League had 2 divisions and the play-offs involving five teams ( four J.League sides and the champions of the JFL ) were to be played. In order to decide who were involved in the play-offs, not only the results of the 1998 season but besides those of the 1997 were taken bill of. Consadole, who did not play in the former temper, was placed 14th in the aggregate digest and despite finishing above Gamba Osaka ( who had finished 4th in 1997 ), was forced to face the play-offs. They lost all four games, two against Vissel Kobe, and another two against Avispa Fukuoka, and became the first-ever J.League side that experienced relegation. [ 5 ] In 1999, Takeshi Okada, the erstwhile Japan national team coach, was appointed as capitulum passenger car in an effort to make an immediate rejoinder to J1, but this attack failed as they finished 5th. Their heavy investment on players counted against them and, at this detail, the debt owed by the clubhouse exceeded 3 billion yen ( US $ 33 million ). The bankruptcy looked a near-certainty. In 2000, they cut costs dramatically. As a result, the team frequently included angstrom many as eight on-loan players in the starting line-up. however, this scheme paid off and the club won the J2 championship deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as promotion to J1. The club posted a single-year profit for the first prison term in their history this year. In 2001, they finished 11th in J1. however, at the end of the season, the cabaret failed to persuade Okada to renew the contract and several leading players besides left the club. In 2002, they finished bed and were relegated to J2 for a second gear time. [ 5 ] In 2003, they again tried to return to the top-flight immediately by investing heavy but the team did n’t perform well on the pitch. They finished 9th and their debt again crossed the 3 billion yen sign. The deficit-ridden baseball club realized they needed a drastic restructure and released highly paid leading players including anchor Yasuyuki Konno. The rejuvenate but inexperienced team finished bottom of J2 in 2004. The bright side was their better fiscal situation where the debt was precipitously reduced to less than 100 million yen. In 2005 and 2006, they finished 6th. In 2006 they besides reached the semi-finals of the Emperor ‘s Cup, 15 years after reaching the semi-finals in Kawasaki–the furthest they ‘ve reached in the Cup. In 2007 they last earned promotion as champions and play in J1 in the 2008 season. [ 5 ] A passing on October 19, 2008 confirmed Sapporo ‘s relegation to J2 for the 2009 season, overtaking Kyoto Sanga as the league ‘s most relegate english. Having won the japanese second-tier backing a record 5 times ( including two JSL Second Divisions as Toshiba, and one former JFL title ), they were promoted to Division One after finishing third in 2011. however, a torrid 2012 season ended with Consadole holding the highest goals conceded per bet on ratio, the worst points per game proportion and the highest loss share in J.League history as they were relegated after just 27 matches played, making the 2012 team one of the worst to have always featured in the clear division. [ 6 ] From the 2016 season, the club has adopted the raw list as “ Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo ”. [ 7 ]

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo ( 2016–present ) [edit ]

In 2016, the baseball club changed name to Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo. On Feb. 9, 2018, the team won the inaugural address Pacific Rim Cup tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii, defeating the Vancouver Whitecaps 1–0. [ 8 ] 2018 was the season they reached their highest put in the J.League earned run average and in Sapporo – 4th, 27 years after achieving the like place in Kawasaki. In January 2022, Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo ‘s Thai player Chanathip Songkrasin who was separate of the 2018 J.League Best eleven joined Kawasaki Frontale with a transfer fee of around $ 3.8 million, breaking the J.League record for the highest domestic transfer. [ 9 ]

mascot [edit ]

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo ‘s mascot is Dole Kun, an anthropomorphic Shima Fukurou ( or Blakiston ‘s pisces owl ). The owl was chosen as not entirely was it on Consa ‘s crest, but besides because it is the largest owl in Japan, and it besides lives in Hokkaido. He besides enjoys having hot baths sometimes. He besides is friends with Frep the Fox and Polly Polaris, the mascots of the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, which can be attributed because the Fighters and Consa share the same stadium .

record as J.League penis [edit ]

Champions Runners-up Third place Promoted Relegated
League J.League Cup Emperor’s Cup
Season Div. Teams Pos. Attendance/G
1998 J1 18 14th 11,953 Group stage 4th round
1999 J2 10 5th 10,986 1st round 3rd round
2000 11 1st 12,910 1st round 4th round
2001 J1 16 11th 22,228 Group stage 3rd round
2002 16 16th 19,140 Group stage 3rd round
2003 J2 12 9th 10,766 3rd round
2004 12 12th 9,466 Quarter-final
2005 12 6th 11,133 3rd round
2006 13 6th 10,478 Semi-final
2007 13 1st 12,112 3rd round
2008 J1 18 18th 14,547 Group stage 4th round
2009 J2 18 6th 10,207 3rd round
2010 19 13th 10,738 3rd round
2011 20 3rd 10,482 2nd round
2012 J1 18 18th 12,008 Group stage 2nd round
2013 J2 22 8th 10,075 Quarter-final
2014 22 10th 11,060 3rd round
2015 22 10th 11,960 3rd round
2016 22 1st 14,559 2nd round
2017 J1 18 11th 18,418 Play-off stage 2nd round
2018 18 4th 17,222 Group stage 4th round
2019 18 10th 18,768 Runners-up 2nd round
2020 18 12th 4,303 Did not qualify
2021 20 10th 6,816 Quarter final
2022 18 TBA
Key
  • Pos.. = Position in league
  • Attendance/G= Average home league attendance
  • 2020, 2021 seasons attendance reduced by COVID-19 worldwide pandemic.
  • Source: J. League Data Site

Honours [edit ]

Toshiba S.C . [edit ]

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo [edit ]

stream players [edit ]

As of 1 April 2022[10] [11]

note : Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality .

Out on loanword [edit ]

note : Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality .

  • Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here

Coaching staff [edit ]

managerial history [edit ]

Kit evolution [edit ]

Home Kits – 1st
1997 – 1998 1999 – 2000 2001 – 2002 2003 – 2004 2005
2006 2007 – 2008 2009 2010 2011
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
2017 2018 2019

2020 2021
2022 –
Away Kits – 2nd
1997 – 1998 1999 – 2000 2001 2002 – 2003 2004 – 2005
2006 2007 2008 2009

2010 – 2011
2012
2013
2014 2015 2016
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
2022 –
Special Kits – 3rd
2016
20th
Hakodate Commemorative
2018
Hokkaido naming
150th anniversary
2020 2021 2022 –

Affiliated clubs [edit ]

In democratic culture [edit ]

In the Captain Tsubasa manga series, two characters were from Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo. The midfielder Hikaru Matsuyama and the forward Kazumasa Oda. In 2017, Matsuyama became an Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo player, given a squad number, 36, and is besides an official ambassador of the team from Hokkaido .

References [edit ]

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