Nagasato playing for Wolfsburg in 2015
|Date of birth||15 July 1987|
|Place of birth||Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan|
|Height||168 cm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Chicago Red Stars|
|2001-2009||Nippon TV Beleza||110||(69)|
|2017-||Chicago Red Stars||45||(9)|
|2018-2019||-> Brisbane Roar (loan)||11||(4)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 07 August 2019|
? National team caps and goals correct as of 17:36, 24 May 2017 (UTC)
Y?ki Nagasato ( , Nagasato Y?ki, born 15 July 1987) is a Japanese women's football striker. She plays for National Women's Soccer League club Chicago Red Stars and Brisbane Roar in the Australian W-League. She is a member of the Japan national team, whom she represented in the 2011 World Cup, in which they defeated United States in the final.
Nagasato was born in Atsugi on 15 July 1987. In 2001, she was promoted to Nippon TV Beleza from her youth team. In the 2002 season, she debuted in L.League. She became one of the division's top scorers in 2006 season. She also won the league championship 6 times (2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008).
In 2010, Nagasato moved to Turbine Potsdam in Germany, where she won the Bundesliga's leading goal-scorer award. She also won the UEFA Champions League with that team. In 2013, she transferred to the English FA WSL club Chelsea.
On 24 May 2017 it was announced that she had signed with the Chicago Red Stars of the National Women's Soccer League, she appeared in only 6 games in 2017 due to injury. In 2018 she was named Player of the Week for week 10 
In April 2004, Nagasato was selected Japan national team for 2004 Summer Olympics qualification. At this competition, on 22 April, she debuted against Thailand. She was also part of Japan's 2008 Summer Olympic team and 2007 World Cup. Nagasato was part of the Japan squad that won the 2011 World Cup. She played as a substitute in the final against the United States. The game went to penalties and Nagasato had her penalty saved by Hope Solo, but Japan still emerged victorious.
Since 2016, she wore the number 10 shirt for Japan, after Homare Sawa retired at 2016 AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament. After the tournament, new Japan's manager Asako Takakura gave the number 10 to Mizuho Sakaguchi and Nagasato wore the number 9.
|Nippon TV Beleza||2001||0||0||-||-|
|1. FFC Turbine Potsdam||2009-10||10||6||1||0||-||5||2||16||8|
|1. FFC Frankfurt||2015-16||16||5||2||3||-||5||1||23||9|
|Chicago Red Stars||2017||6||1||-||-||-||6||1|
|Chicago Red Stars||2019||24||8||-||-||-||24||8|
|Japan national team|
Her brother Genki was a professional footballer, and her younger sister Asano played for Turbine Potsdam. She married in July 2011 and changed her registered name from Nagasato to ?gimi before the 2012 Summer Olympics. Upon her divorce in 2016, she re-assumed her maiden name.