2017 Urawa Reds Jersey
100% Authentic 2017 Urawa Reds J-league jersey. Home is Red, Away white. All sponsor logos including POLUS on the front, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and KFC on the back are rubber material. Reds team badge and 3 stars are resin material. Nike maker logo is embroidered. And J-league official patch is printed on the right sleeve. Made in Thailand, Nike Japan licensed jersey.
Condition : Brand New with Tag
Material : Polyester 100%
Color : Home Red and Away white
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Urawa Red Diamonds, whose nickname is Urawa Reds, is a J.League professional football club based in Saitama city, Saitama prefecture and its home stadium is Saitama Stadium, which is often used for International Friendly Matches of the Japan national team.
The team was founded as an in-house football club of Shin-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 1950, which had played in the the Japan Soccer League (JSL) since its launch in 1965 and set the records for the most wins and points throughout the history of JSL. The team is one of the “Original 10”, ten founding members who joined the J.League in 1991.
Though the team had struggled since their first J.League season, it rapidly grew to a very powerful team after Guido Buchwald and Uwe Bein joined the team in 1994 and Holger Osieck became the team’s manager in 1995. This distinguished team has so far won the J.League title four times, J.League Yamazaki Nabisco Cup twice, the Emperor’s Cup twice and the AFC Champions League once.
In FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2007, the team achieved a great result by having won the third place though it had lost to AC Milan, Italy,
The players who once played for the team include Buchwald, Aitor Begiristain, Michael Rummenigge. In addition to them, Japanese players such as Shinji Ono, who played an active role in clubs including Feyenoord Rotterdam, Makoto Hasebe, Tomoaki Makino, who played for 1.FC Koln and Yuki Abe, who played for Leicester City, once played for the team.
The base color of the team’s home jersey is red as its name suggests, and the shirts were once supplied by Puma, Mizuno and Umbro. Since 2004, Nike has been in charge of them. Its sponsors’ names are printed on the jerseys such as “POLUS”, “MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES”, “KFC”, “MITSUBISHI MOTERS” and “DHL”.
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