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SPORTS YOKOHAMA Vol.43:

一般社団法人横浜サッカー協会

Supporting a Vast Range of Soccer Activities in Yokohama from International Tournaments to Local Events for Playing Soccer as a Lifetime Sport

Yokohama Incorporated Football Association

http://www.yokohama-fa.or.jp/

The Yokohama Incorporated Football Association supports a vast range of soccer activities in Yokohama from international tournaments, such as the 2002 FIFA World Cup, and J. League games to local events for amateur soccer players.
Its predecessor, the Yokohama Association of Football, was born in 1932. The business of the association began in earnest when the Mitsuzawa Stadium was renovated in 1964 to host soccer games during the Tokyo Olympics. After the Japan League was launched in 1967 and the World Youth Championship was held in 1979, the association started to organize a number of international games. It obtained corporate status in 1996 to manage the J. League inaugurated in 1993. Since 2012, the organization has been operating as a general incorporated association.

   

Introducing the Fun of Soccer to Many People

The Yokohama Incorporated Football Association currently hosts and runs a broad range of soccer-related activities. These include tournaments for different age groups, such as the increasingly popular Yokohama boys’ soccer tournament and adult soccer tournament, exchanges with sister cities in South Korean and other foreign countries, Japan-North Korea friendly games, YFA Super Kids Soccer Festival for kindergartners, a soccer school for older men and women in general, and lifelong sport classes, as well as home games for J. League teams of Yokohama F-Marinos, Yokohama FC and YSCC.
Despite a decline in the number of children, junior soccer teams have been increasing every year. The association intends to continue to support soccer activities in Yokohama to make sure that soccer will take root in the city as a sport that is fun to play, watch and talk about and provide as many people as possible with opportunities to enjoy soccer.

   

Soccer School for Older Men and Women in General

The Yokohama Incorporated Football Association hosts a soccer school for older men and women in general, based on the concept of offering opportunities for even beginners to enjoy playing soccer casually.
With the aim of promoting soccer as a lifetime sport and introducing the fun of soccer through play, the school holds a workshop six times a year for people living or working in Yokohama City (men aged 40 or older and women of all ages).

 

一般社団法人横浜サッカー協会

Supporting a Vast Range of Soccer Activities in Yokohama from International Tournaments to Local Events for Playing Soccer as a Lifetime Sport

Yokohama Incorporated Football Association

http://www.yokohama-fa.or.jp/

The Yokohama Incorporated Football Association supports a vast range of soccer activities in Yokohama from international tournaments, such as the 2002 FIFA World Cup, and J. League games to local events for amateur soccer players.
Its predecessor, the Yokohama Association of Football, was born in 1932. The business of the association began in earnest when the Mitsuzawa Stadium was renovated in 1964 to host soccer games during the Tokyo Olympics. After the Japan League was launched in 1967 and the World Youth Championship was held in 1979, the association started to organize a number of international games. It obtained corporate status in 1996 to manage the J. League inaugurated in 1993. Since 2012, the organization has been operating as a general incorporated association.

   

Introducing the Fun of Soccer to Many People

The Yokohama Incorporated Football Association currently hosts and runs a broad range of soccer-related activities. These include tournaments for different age groups, such as the increasingly popular Yokohama boys’ soccer tournament and adult soccer tournament, exchanges with sister cities in South Korean and other foreign countries, Japan-North Korea friendly games, YFA Super Kids Soccer Festival for kindergartners, a soccer school for older men and women in general, and lifelong sport classes, as well as home games for J. League teams of Yokohama F-Marinos, Yokohama FC and YSCC.
Despite a decline in the number of children, junior soccer teams have been increasing every year. The association intends to continue to support soccer activities in Yokohama to make sure that soccer will take root in the city as a sport that is fun to play, watch and talk about and provide as many people as possible with opportunities to enjoy soccer.

   

Soccer School for Older Men and Women in General

The Yokohama Incorporated Football Association hosts a soccer school for older men and women in general, based on the concept of offering opportunities for even beginners to enjoy playing soccer casually.
With the aim of promoting soccer as a lifetime sport and introducing the fun of soccer through play, the school holds a workshop six times a year for people living or working in Yokohama City (men aged 40 or older and women of all ages).

 

                           
 
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