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Fagiano Okayama

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Established
2004 (18 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
City Light Stadium
(20,000 Capacity)

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Location
Okayama, Japan

Nicknames
Fagi

Competitions
Japanese J2 League

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Upcoming Events
09 Oct 22 Ventforet Kofu  -  Fagiano Okayama
16 Oct 22 Fagiano Okayama  -  Blaublitz Akita
23 Oct 22 Tokyo Verdy  -  Fagiano Okayama

Latest Results
02 Oct 22 Zweigen Kanazawa  3 - 1  Fagiano Okayama
25 Sep 22 Fagiano Okayama  3 - 0  Vegalta Sendai
17 Sep 22 Fagiano Okayama  3 - 0  V-Varen Nagasaki
14 Sep 22 Tokushima Vortis  1 - 0  Fagiano Okayama
10 Sep 22 Fagiano Okayama  2 - 1  Montedio Yamagata

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Fagiano Okayama (ファジアーノ岡山, Fajiāno Okayama) is a Japanese football club based in Okayama, the capital of Okayama Prefecture. They play in the J2 League, the second tier of the country's football league system.

Fagiano in Italian means "pheasant", and it is a reference to the pheasant that was a companion of local legend character Momotarō. Their mascot Fagimaru is based on the specific species native to Japan, the green pheasant.

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Stadium or Home

The City Light Stadium (シティライトスタジアム, Shiti Laito Sutajiamu), known from 2010 to February 2015 as Kanko Stadium (Kankoスタジアム, Kankō Sutajiamu), and before that as Okayama Combined Ground Athletic Stadium (岡山県総合グラウンド陸上競技場, Okayama-ken Sōgō Guraundo Rikujō Kyōgijō) is a multi-purpose stadium in Okayama, Japan. It is currently used mostly for football matches and athletics events. It is the home field of Fagiano Okayama, and used for some rugby union Top League games. The stadium's capacity is 20,000 people. Before the naming rights were acquired by Kanko and then City Light, the venue's nickname was Momotaro Stadium (桃太郎スタジアム, Momotarō Sutajiamu)".

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