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Encyclopedia > Jubilo Iwata
J˙bilo Iwata
Full name J˙bilo Iwata
Nickname -
Founded 1970
Ground Yamaha Stadium,
Iwata, Shizuoka
Capacity 17,343
Chairman Hiroshi Ukon
Manager Masakuni Yamamoto (2004 - )
League J. League Div.1
J. League 2004 5th (1st: 2nd, 2nd: 13th)
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Away colours


J˙bilo Iwata (ジュビロ磐田) is a J. League team. The team name J˙bilo is means 'delight' in Spanish.


The team's home town is Iwata, Shizuoka and plays at Yamaha Stadium. It practices at Okubo Ground in Iwata and Iwata Sports Park Yumeria.


The team had started out as a company team of Yamaha Motor Corporation in 1970 and joined J. League at the end of 1992. It finished at the 2nd place of JFL 1st division in 1993 and was promoted to the J1 league on 1994. The team welcomed Marius Johan Ooft as its manager as well as the Brazilian national team captain Dunga, and number of foreign players to build a winning team. Dunga's football philosophy deeply influenced this club initially as a player and currently as an advisor. Since 1997, it has won nuber of titles by relying Japanese players instead of foreign players who may be gone in the middle of a season. On 2002, the team won championship of both stages for the first time in the J. League history.


The team leader is Masashi Nakayama who is affectionally called Taicho, lit. captain and Gon.

Contents

Titles

  • 1992 - Japan Football League 1st division championship (as the company team)
  • 1997 - J1 2nd stage championship, J1 championship
  • 1998 - J1 1st stage championship, Nabisco Cup championship
  • 1999 - J1 1st stage championship, J1 championship, Asia Club Team championship, Asia Super Cup championship
  • 2001 - J1 1st stage championship
  • 2002 - J1 1st stage championship, J1 2nd stage championship, J1 championship
  • 2003 - Emperors Cup

Current Star

Former Player

External links

  • Official Jubilo Iwata site (English) (http://www.jubilo-iwata.co.jp/english/index.html)


Japan Professional Football League
Members in 2005 season
Division 1 (J1)

Niigata | Kashima | Kashiwa | Chiba | Omiya | Urawa | F.C. Tokyo | Tokyo V. | Kawasaki

Yokohama F.M. | Shimizu | Iwata | Nagoya | G.Osaka | C.Osaka | Kobe | Hiroshima | Oita

Division 2 (J2)

Sapporo | Sendai | Yamagata | Mito | Kusatsu | Yokohama FC | Shonan | Kofu | Kyoto | Tokushima | Fukuoka | Tosu


  Results from FactBites:
 
J.League Teams: Jubilo Iwata (916 words)
The mascot chosen by Jubilo Iwata is the prefectural bird of Shizuoka Prefecture, the fl-tailed flycatcher.
During the 1990s, Jubilo Iwata established itself as one of the top teams in the J.League, with a collection of titles that rivals even the Kashima Antlers.
Jubilo's collapse in the second half of 2004 was of truly catastrophic proportions, and when former Olympic Team coach Masakuni Yamamoto was brought in, there was some hope that he would clean house and set Jubilo on the path to renewed glory.
Preseason Summary: Jubilo Iwata (857 words)
Simply speaking, Jubilo Iwata is in the midst of a generational battle which can only be resolved by "hurting the feelings" of some of the team's veterans, fighting the "OBN" (old boy network) structure that is deeply ingrained in the Jubilo organisation, and perhaps upsetting some of the fans, as well.
If Jubilo had accepted this fact two years ago, and sold off the veterans to clubs where their experience would be of value, and their fading skills not as much of a burden, one suspects that both the players and the club would have benefitted.
If Jubilo had no real chance of improving their fortunes by turning over the club to a younger generation, the situation would merely be sad.
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