Bangkok Veterans League
— Team —
• Japan FC •

Japan FC was the 2nd team of the 4 new expansion teams of our Mar/2007 competition. We were delighted to see Bangkok's Japanese community muster a 2nd team in the Vet just within a year of the 1st (BU Japan).

With a deep bench, they gave all their opponents a tough time during their "first-ever" entry in the Vets, and signalled they won't be push over for anyone in the months to come.

Team Name: Japan FC
Short Name: Japan FC
Home Base: Bangkok, Thailand
Contacts:
   • Manager
   • Captain
   • Coordinator

Yamaguchi 
Murata 
Yamaguchi 
Website: N/A

 
Best Team (with photo on file!):


[Jul/2007] — Japan FC and their massively expanding squad.
*Ranking: 5th among 14 teams

 
Self Description:

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Over the Years:


[Mar/2007] — New-joiners, Japan FC, had plenty substitutes on the roster this month.


[Mar/2007] — Japan FC had plenty MORE substitutes on the roster this month (someone must have forgotten to mention that Vets League is only 7-a-side!). Pictured are:
    Standing: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], Yamaguchi, Murata, [8], [9]
    Front: [10], [kid], [kid], [11], [kid], [12], [kid], [13], [14], [15]
*Ranking: 12th among 19 teams


[Apr/2007] — A trimmed-down Japan FC squad couldn't do as good as their first entry last month.


[Jun/2007] — Japan FC's, young-&-old massive squad, on display. Pictured are:
    Standing: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7], [8], [lady]
    Front: [9], [10], [11], [12], [kid], Yamaguchi, [kid], [13], [lady]
*Ranking: 7th among 20 teams


[Oct/2007] — Japan FC enjoying the end of the day.


[Mar/2008] — Japan FC's& split-half, JFC Bears, faired well, and ranked 12th overall at the end of the day.


[Mar/2008] — Japan FC's the new offshoot half, JFC Penguins, narrowly lost the battle against their bitter rivals, BU Japan, and ended the day at 16th.


[Apr/2008] — Another strong showing from Japan FC, finishing the day at 7th overall.


[Aug/2008] — JFC Bears impressively finished at the top of their Group-B pool, and concluded the tournament as 6th overall.


[Apr/2009] — Following their Grand Final appearance last month, JFC Bears had another successful run this month, finishing 6th overall.


[Aug/2009] — The more casual, JFC Penguins, finish the day silverwareless, having won the BadCup! final against Crossbar Southerners.


[Aug/2009] — A rare joint-photo of JFC Bears (serious) and JFC Penguins (casual) teams.


[Aug/2009] — For their 3rd overall placing, JFC Bears win this month's free beers coupon at the Crossbar.


 

Feel free to e-mail to me if you would like to post your own team photo with a fitting commentary.