|20 Sep 20||Oita Trinita  ||-|| Yokohama FC|
|23 Sep 20||Oita Trinita  ||-|| Sanfrecce Hiroshima|
|27 Sep 20||Kashima Antlers  ||-|| Oita Trinita|
|03 Oct 20||Oita Trinita  ||-|| Shimizu S-Pulse|
|10 Oct 20||Yokohama F  ||-|| Oita Trinita|
|16 Sep 20||FC Tokyo|| ||2 - 3|| ||Oita Trinita|
|13 Sep 20||Vegalta Sendai|| ||0 - 3|| ||Oita Trinita|
|09 Sep 20||Oita Trinita|| ||2 - 2|| ||Shonan Bellmare|
|05 Sep 20||Oita Trinita|| ||0 - 1|| ||FC Tokyo|
|29 Aug 20||Urawa Red|| ||2 - 1|| ||Oita Trinita|
Oita Trinita (大分トリニータ, Ōita Torinīta) is a Japanese football club currently playing in J1 League, having been promoted in 2018 after a 5-year absence from Japan's top flight. The club's home town is Ōita city, but the club draws support from Beppu, Saiki, and the entire Ōita Prefecture.
The club's name, Trinita, is the Italian translation of the word trinity (trinità), which was the club's original name before being changed in 1999, and Ōita, the club's home town. The combined word expresses the will of the local citizens, companies, and government to support the team. Others connection to the italian culture can be found in the city nickname Azzurro (light blue in English).
The club's home ground is Ōita Bank Dome, also known as the "Big Eye", which was one the venues built for the 2002 FIFA World Cup. The club practices at the adjacent football and rugby field, River Park Inukai, and Ōita City Public Ground.
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