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Grulla Morioka Full name Grulla Morioka Nickname(s) Grulla Founded 2000 Ground South Park Football Stadium Morioka, Iwate (Capacity: 5,000) Chairman Bunji Matsuyoshi Manager Toru Yoshida League Tohoku League Div. 1 2007 Champions Home colours Away colours Grulla Morioka (グルージャ盛岡, Gurūja Morioka?) is a Japanese association football club based in Morioka, Iwate. It currently plays in Tohoku League, one of the regional football leagues in Japan, and aims to promote to the J. League in the future. Contents 1 Name origin 2 History 3 Current squad 4 Former players 5 Club records and statistics 6 External links Name origin "Grulla" is the Spanish word of "crane", which was used in the mon of Nanbu clan of former Morioka han and later became the local symbol of Morioka. History Initially known as Villanova Morioka (ヴィラノーバ盛岡, Viranōba Morioka?), the team was organized by alumni of Morioka Commercial High School and Morioka Chuo High School in 2000. In 2003, a nonprofit organization Association of Setting Up a J. League Team in Morioka (Jリーグチームを盛岡に作る会, J Rīgu chīmu wo Morioka ni tsukuru kai?) was founded, and the team was reorganized and changed their name to Grulla Morioka in February 2004 with the intention of achieving elevation to the J. League by 2008. Under the new organization, former JEF United and Oita Trinita player Shinichi Muto was invited to coach and captain the team with the company of players from the defunct Villanova Morioka and from J2 league. They played their first match on May 9, 2004, and it could be seen as an introduction to the local press beforehand. They won the second division Tohoku League in 2004 and moved to the first division in 2005. In the same year, they won their first league championship, which was shared with TDK S.C. Toru Yoshida has been coaching the team since 2006. Current squad As of 25 July 2009 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Position Player 1 GK Yohei Saito 2 DF Naoya Otaki 3 DF Takafumi Kanazawa 4 DF Yuma Ishii 5 DF Yosuke Nakata 6 FW Taiki Ishikawa 7 MF Yoshifumi Ueyama 8 MF Kenta Matsuda 10 MF Yosuke Nishi 11 FW Minoru Shirasawa No. Position Player 13 FW Hiroshi Kato 14 MF Kei Kaneko 15 MF Yuta Higashiyama 16 MF Fukutaro Shino 17 MF Yuji Mito 18 DF Yushi Ito 19 MF Fumiya Yamamoto 20 FW Dan Suzuki 21 GK Masanori Yamazawa 22 GK Junya Ando Former players Lu Kun-chi Club records and statistics Year Division Pld Pts W D L GF GA GD Ranking Manager 2003 Tohoku League div. 2 north 10 18 5 3 2 16 12 +4 4th place Shinobu Yoshida 2004 10 28 9 1 0 54 9 +45 Champion Shinichi Muto 2005 Tohoku League div. 1 12 29 9 2 1 36 10 +26 Champion 2006 14 30 11 0 3 32 18 +14 Runner-up Toru Yoshida 2007 14 39 13 0 1 65 14 +51 Champion External links Grulla Morioka official site (Japanese) GO!GO!GRULLA, a supporting TV program produced by Iwate Menkoi Television (Japanese) グルージャまったり日記, fan site (Japanese) v · d · eJapanese Club Football  First-tier club football seasons, 1965–present Japan Soccer League 1965–1992 Japan Soccer League Division 1 since 1972 1960–60 · 1961–61 · 1962–62 · 1963–63 · 1964–64 · 0 19650  · 0 19660  · 0 19670  · 0 19680  · 0 19690  0 19700  · 0 19710  · 0 19720  · 0 19730  · 0 19740  · 0 19750  · 0 19760  · 0 19770  · 0 19780  · 0 19790  0 19800  · 0 19810  · 0 19820  · 0 19830  · 0 19840  · 1985–86 · 1986–87 · 1987–88 · 1988–89 · 1989–90 1990–91 · 1991–92 J. League 1993–present J. League Division 1 since 1999 1990–90 · 1991–91 · 1992–92 · 0 19930  · 0 19940  · 0 19950  · 0 19960  · 0 19970  · 0 19980  · 0 19990  0 20000  · 0 20010  · 0 20020  · 0 20030  · 0 20040  · 0 20050  · 0 20060  · 0 20070  · 0 20080  · 0 20090  0 20100  · 0 20110  List of champions · J. League Championship · Promotion/Relegation series · Super Cup  Second-tier club football seasons, 1972–present Japan Soccer League Division 2 1972–1992 1970–70 · 1971–71 · 0 19720  · 0 19730  · 0 19740  · 0 19750  · 0 19760  · 0 19770  · 0 19780  · 0 19790  0 19800  · 0 19810  · 0 19820  · 0 19830  · 0 19840  · 1985–86 · 1986–87 · 1987–88 · 1988–89 · 1989–90 1990–91 · 1991–92 (former) Japan Football League 1992–1998 (former) Japan Football League Division 1 1992–1993 1990–90 · 1991–91 · 0 19920  · 0 19930  · 0 19940  · 0 19950  · 0 19960  · 0 19970  · 0 19980  J. League Division 2 1999–present 1990–90 · 1991–91 · 1992–92 · 1993–93 · 1994–94 · 1995–95 · 1996–96 · 1997–97 · 1998–98 · 0 19990  0 20000  · 0 20010  · 0 20020  · 0 20030  · 0 20040  · 0 20050  · 0 20060  · 0 20070  · 0 20080  · 0 20090  0 20100  · 0 20110  List of champions · Promotion/Relegation series  Third-tier club football seasons, 1992–1993, 1999–present (former) Japan Football League Division 2 1992–1993 0 19900  · 0 19910  · 0 19920  · 0 19930  No national third tier, 1994–1998 Japan Football League 1999–present 0 19900  · 0 19910  · 0 19920  · 0 19930  · 0 19940  · 0 19950  · 0 19960  · 0 19970  · 0 19980  · 0 19990  0 20000  · 0 20010  · 0 20020  · 0 20030  · 0 20040  · 0 20050  · 0 20060  · 0 20070  · 0 20080  · 0 20090  0 20100  · 0 20110  List of champions  Regional level club football seasons, 1966–present Japanese Regional Leagues 1966–present 0 19600  · 0 19610  · 0 19620  · 0 19630  · 0 19640  · 0 19650  · 0 19660  · 0 19670  · 0 19680  · 0 19690  0 19700  · 0 19710  · 0 19720  · 0 19730  · 0 19740  · 0 19750  · 0 19760  · 0 19770  · 0 19780  · 0 19790  0 19800  · 0 19810  · 0 19820  · 0 19830  · 0 19840  · 0 19850  · 0 19860  · 0 19870  · 0 19880  · 0 19890  0 19900  · 0 19910  · 0 19920  · 0 19930  · 0 19940  · 0 19950  · 0 19960  · 0 19970  · 0 19980  · 0 19990  0 20000  · 0 20010  · 0 20020  · 0 20030  · 0 20040  · 0 20050  · 0 20060  · 0 20070  · 0 20080  · 0 20090  0 20100  · 0 20110  Regional Promotion Series · Shakaijin Cup  Emperor's Cup seasons, 1921–present Emperor's Cup 1921–present 0 19200  · 0 19210  · 0 19220  · 0 19230  · 0 19240  · 0 19250  · 0 19260  · 0 19270  · 0 19280  · 0 1929 0 19300  · 0 19310  · 0 19320  · 0 19330  · 0 19340  · 0 19350  · 0 19360  · 0 19370  · 0 19380  · 0 1939 0 19400  · 0 19410  · 0 19420  · 0 19430  · 0 19440  · 0 19450  · 0 19460  · 0 19470  · 0 19480  · 0 1949 0 19500  · 0 19510  · 0 19520  · 0 19530  · 0 19540  · 0 19550  · 0 19560  · 0 19570  · 0 19580  · 0 1959 0 19600  · 0 19610  · 0 19620  · 0 19630  · 0 19640  · 0 19650  · 0 19660  · 0 19670  · 0 19680  · 0 1969 0 19700  · 0 19710  · 0 19720  · 0 19730  · 0 19740  · 0 19750  · 0 19760  · 0 19770  · 0 19780  · 0 1979 0 19800  · 0 19810  · 0 19820  · 0 19830  · 0 19840  · 0 19850  · 0 19860  · 0 19870  · 0 19880  · 0 1989 0 19900  · 0 19910  · 0 19920  · 0 19930  · 0 19940  · 0 19950  · 0 19960  · 0 19970  · 0 19980  · 0 1999 0 20000  · 0 20010  · 0 20020  · 0 20030  · 0 20040  · 0 20050  · 0 20060  · 0 20070  · 0 20080  · 0 2009 0 20100  · 0 2011 Super Cup  League Cup seasons, 1976–present JSL Cup 1976–1991 1970–70 · 1971–71 · 1972–72 · 1973–73 · 1974–74 · 1976–75 · 0 19760  · 0 19770  · 0 19780  · 0 19790  0 19800  · 0 19810  · 0 19820  · 0 19830  · 0 19840  · 0 19850  · 0 19860  · 0 19870  · 0 19880  · 0 1989 0 19900  · 0 19910  J. League Cup 1992–present 0 19900  · 0 19910  · 0 19920  · 0 19930  · 0 19940  · 0 19950  · 0 19960  · 0 19970  · 0 19980  · 0 19990  0 20000  · 0 20010  · 0 20020  · 0 20030  · 0 20040  · 0 20050  · 0 20060  · 0 20070  · 0 20080  · 0 2009 0 20100  · 0 20110   Football clubs in Japan, 2011 J. League Division 1 Vegalta Sendai · Montedio Yamagata · Kashima Antlers · Kashiwa Reysol · Omiya Ardija · Urawa Red Diamonds · Kawasaki Frontale · Yokohama F. Marinos · Albirex Niigata · Ventforet Kofu · Shimizu S-Pulse · Júbilo Iwata · Nagoya Grampus · Cerezo Osaka · Gamba Osaka · Vissel Kobe · Sanfrecce Hiroshima · Avispa Fukuoka J. League Division 2 Consadole Sapporo · Mito HollyHock · Tochigi S.C. · Thespa Kusatsu · JEF United Chiba · F.C. Tokyo · Tokyo Verdy · Yokohama F.C. · Shonan Bellmare · Kataller Toyama · F.C. Gifu · Kyoto Sanga F.C. · Fagiano Okayama · Gainare Tottori · Tokushima Vortis · Ehime F.C. · Giravanz Kitakyushu · Sagan Tosu · Roasso Kumamoto · Oita Trinita J. League Associates Machida Zelvia · S.C. Sagamihara · Matsumoto Yamaga · Kamatamare Sanuki · V-Varen Nagasaki Japan Football League Blaublitz Akita · Sony Sendai · Tochigi Uva · Arte Takasaki · JEF Reserves · Yokogawa Musashino · Machida Zelvia · Honda F.C. · Nagano Parceiro · Matsumoto Yamaga · Zweigen Kanazawa · Sagawa Shiga · MIO Biwako Kusatsu · Sagawa Printing · Kamatamare Sanuki · V-Varen Nagasaki · Honda Lock · F.C. Ryukyu Defunct clubs NKK S.C. · Sagawa Express Tokyo · Yokohama Flügels · ALO's Hokuriku · Sagawa Express Osaka · Nippon Steel Yawata · Tosu Futures