2022 Yokohama F Marinos Jersey Away

100% Authentic 2022 Yokohama F Marinos away jersey. Made in Vietnam, Adidas Japan official licensed jersey.

Condition : Brand New with Tag
Material : Polyester 100%
Color : White

Size Height (cm) Chest (cm)
Jaspo S 162-168 85-91
Jaspo M 167-173 89-95
Jaspo L 172-178 93-99
Jaspo O 177-183 97-103
Jaspo XO 182-188 101-107
Jaspo 2XO 187-193 105-111
Jaspo 3XO 192-198 109-115
Jaspo 4XO 197-203 113-119

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Description

Yokohama F. Marinos is a professional soccer club in the J. League, and they are one of the original 10 members that joined the J. League when it launched in 1993. The team’s home towns are Yokohama, Yokosuka, Yamato in Kanagawa prefecture. Their home stadium is the largest stadium in Japan, which can accommodate 72,327 spectators, the Nissan Stadium (International Stadium Yokohama).

The team was founded in 1972 under the name Nissan Motors FC, and ever since they promoted back to the Japan Soccer League’s (JSL) first division in 1982, they have remained as one of the few clubs that has never relegated to the second division after the J. League started.

During the Nissan Motors FC period, the team had former Brazil national team captain, Oscar, and several of Japan national team’s main players in their squad. Since the 1980s up until the J. League launched in 1993, they have won the JSL first division once, JSL Cup 3 times, Emperor’s Cup 5 times, and they were one of the best soccer clubs in Japan next to Yomiuri FC.

When they were accepted into the J. League in 1991, they changed their name to Yokohama Marinos. In their 3rd year, they won the 1st stage for the first time, and in the championship stage they faced Verdy Kawasaki, who were a dominant force since the JSL days, and in both matches, Yokohama won 1-0 to become overall champions of that year.

In 1998, the Yokohama Flugels, which was also based in Yokohama, main sponsor pulled out of managing the team due to financial difficulties. The Yokohama Marinos ended up merging with the Flugels and thus gave birth to the Yokohama F. Marinos.

In 2000, former Argentina national team player, Osvaldo Ardiles, was hired as manager. Thanks to the spectacular plays from the fantasista of the Japan national team, Shunsuke Nakamura, who played as the team’s No. 10, Yokohama dominated the 1st stage.

Even though they lost to Kashima Antlers in the championship stage, Nakamura became the youngest player in history to earn the J. League MVP award.

The next year, in 2001, their results were sluggish in the league matches, but in the Nabisco Cup final against Jubilo Iwata, they won after the penalty kicks, and claimed their first championship victory.

Looking for new challenges, the team’s playmaker, Shunsuke Nakamura, transferred to Reggina in Italia’s Serie A in the middle of the 2002 season. Even without him, Marinos had great success as they won the J. League championship 2 years in a row in 2003 and 2004, bringing an end to Kashima Antlers and Jubilo, who had been the two dominating forces since the second half of the 90s.

However, starting from 2005, the team’s ability to compete for titles took a sharp nose dive, and they went from being one of J. League’s top contenders to an average team.

In order to pull themselves out of a slump, in 2010, after 8 longs years, they brought back their trump card, Shunsuke Nakamura, from RCD Espanyol. As the captain, Nakamura carried the team with his excellent free kicks and game making plays, and in 2013, he made history by earning his second J. League MVP title, when he led the team to 2nd place, and helped secure the Emperor’s Cup.

After that, because the team was unable to earn titles, they made large scale changes to revitalize the team, and removed many of their major players.

Marinos’ legendary player, Nakamura, who had done so much for the team, felt he could no longer trust the club management that turned a cold shoulder to him, and thus decided to transfer to Jubilo Iwata

In 2017, when there was speculation that the revitalized team might possibly relegate to J2, Marinos proved otherwise with excellent matches and by finishing the season in 5th place.

The team’s home jersey is blue, white, and red. Their supplier since 2012 has been Adidas. Their jerseys have sponsor logos of Nissan, MUGEN ESTATE, The Nisshin OilliO Group, EZ INVEST, and others.

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Size

Jaspo S, Jaspo M, Jaspo L, Jaspo O, Jaspo XO, Jaspo 2XO, Jaspo 3XO, Jaspo 4XO