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Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies
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Full nameUrawa Red Diamonds Ladies
Nickname(s)Urawa Reds Ladies
Founded1998; 22 years ago (1998)
GroundUrawa Komaba Stadium
Capacity21,500
OwnerUrawa Red Diamonds
ChairmanMitsuo Hashimoto (?)
ManagerYasushi Yoshida ()
LeagueNadeshik Div.1
2019Nadeshiko Div.1, 2nd of 10
(runners-up)
WebsiteClub website

Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies (, Urawa Reddo Daiyamonzu Red?su) is a women's football club playing in Japan's football league, Nadeshiko League. Its hometown is the city of Saitama in Saitama Prefecture.

Academy

  • Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth (Under-18) playing in Kant? League.
  • Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Junior Youth (Under-14) playing in Saitama League.

Squad

Current squad

As of 27 February 2020 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Former notable players

GK
DF
MF

Honors

Domestic Competitions

International Competitions

Results

Season Domestic League National Cup League Cup League Note
League Level Place Tms.
1999
L
1
7th
8
Quarter-finals
Group Stage
1st Stage : 8th / 2nd Stage : 7th
2000
6th
9
Quarter-finals
-
1st Stage : (EAST)3rd
2001
5th
10
Quarter-finals
-
1st Stage : (EAST)3rd
2002
3rd
11
Semi-finals
-
1st Stage : (EAST)2nd
2003
4th
13
Semi-finals
-
1st Stage : (EAST)2nd
2004
L1
1st
8
Runners-up
-
2005
5th
8
Semi-finals
-
2006
Nadeshiko
Div.1
2nd
8
Semi-finals
-
2007
3rd
8
Semi-finals
Runners-up
2008
3rd
8
Quarter-finals
-
2009
1st
8
Runners-up
-
2010
Nadeshiko
2nd
10
Runners-up
Runners-up
2011
3rd
9
Quarter-finals
-
2012
4th
10
Semi-finals
Group Stage
2013
6th
10
3rd Stage
Group Stage
2014
1st
10
Runners-up
-
1st Stage : 3rd
2015
Nadeshiko
Div.1
6th
10
Quarter-finals
-
1st Stage : 6th
2016
8th
10
Quarter-finals
Semi-finals
2017
3rd
10
Semi-finals
Runners-up

Transition of team name

  • Urawa Reinas FC: 1999-2001
  • Saitama Reinas FC: 2002-2004
  • Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies: 2005-present

References

External links


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