YSCC Yokohama

Full name NPO Yokohama Sports and Culture Club
Nickname(s) YSCC Yokohama
Founded 1986
Ground Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium,
Ground Capacity 15,454
Chairman Japan Jiro Yoshino
Manager Japan Yasuhiro Higuchi
League J3 League
2016 16th
Website Club home page

Yokohama Sports & Culture Club (横浜スポーツ&カルチャークラブ), commonly referred to as simply YSCC or YSCC Yokohama is a Japanese multisports club based in Yokohama. Although they compete in a number of different sports, YSCC is best known for its association football team that currently plays in the J3 League.[1]


The club was formed in 1986 by former ANA players under the name Yokohama Soccer & Culture Club. The "S" was changed to "Sports" in 2002.

Y.S.C.C Yokohama was the starting point for many Yokohama Flügels and Yokohama F. Marinos players. When the Flügels folded in 1999, they supported the creation of Yokohama F.C. to replace them.

In 2012 they played Japan Football League for the first time and finished in 6th position.


Season Div. Tms. Pos. Attendance/G Emperor's Cup
2012 JFL 17 6 710 2nd Round
2013 JFL 18 12 783
2014 J3 12 12 1,018 2nd Round
2015 J3 13 13 919
2016 J3 16 16 1,018

Current squad

As of 21 February 2016.[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Japan GK Kenji Moriyama
2 Japan DF Mitsuki Watanabe
3 Japan DF Kei Munechika
4 Japan DF Kosuke Matsuda
5 Japan DF Norimasa Nakanishi
6 Japan MF Hikaru Ozawa
7 Japan MF Masaya Yamamoto  
8 Japan MF Masato Yamazaki
9 Japan FW Kazuya Oizumi  
10 Japan MF Akio Yoshida
11 Japan FW Sho Aota
13 Japan FW Masao Tsuji
14 Japan MF Yusuke Miura
No. Position Player
15 Japan DF Tomoyuki Katabira
16 Japan GK Suguru Asanuma
17 Japan MF Koichi Miyao
18 Japan FW Masato Sasaki
20 Japan FW Hiroto Miyauchi
21 Japan DF Takahito Ichinoi
23 Japan MF Masaya Nozaki
25 Japan DF Shunta Nishiyama  
26 Japan FW Kentaro Gunji  
28 Japan MF Yumu Kudo
29 Japan DF Takaki Tomozawa  
30 Japan GK Ryosuke Sagawa  
33 Japan FW Osama Elsamni


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