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Ventforet Kofu

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Established
1965 (57 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium
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Location
Kōfu, Japan

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Japanese J2 League

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Upcoming Events
09 Oct 22 Ventforet Kofu  -  Fagiano Okayama
19 Oct 22 Machida Zelvia  -  Ventforet Kofu
23 Oct 22 Ventforet Kofu  -  Iwate Grulla

Latest Results
01 Oct 22 Ventforet Kofu  0 - 1  Tochigi SC
24 Sep 22 Oita Trinita  2 - 1  Ventforet Kofu
18 Sep 22 Yokohama FC  1 - 0  Ventforet Kofu
14 Sep 22 Ventforet Kofu  1 - 2  Albirex Niigata
10 Sep 22 Ventforet Kofu  0 - 3  Omiya Ardija

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Ventforet Kofu (ヴァンフォーレ甲府, Vanfōre Kōfu) is a Japanese football (soccer) club from Kōfu in Yamanashi Prefecture. The team competes in the J2 League. Its home ground is the Kose Sports Stadium.

The word "Ventforet" is a compound formed from two French root words: "vent" (wind) and "forêt" (forest). The name alludes to the famous phrase Fū-rin-ka-zan (風林火山)that Takeda Shingen, a prominent Kōfu-based daimyō in the Sengoku period, emblazoned on his war banners. The phrase contains four similies: as swift as the wind; as silent as a forest; as fierce as fire; as immovable as a mountain.

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Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium (山梨中銀スタジアム) is a multi-purpose stadium in Kōfu, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. It is currently used mostly for football matches. It serves as a home ground of Ventforet Kofu. The stadium holds 17,000 people and was built in 1985.

It is also used sometimes for Top League rugby union games and frequently for high school athletics events.

It was formerly known as Kose Sports Park Stadium. Since March 2011 it has been called Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium for the naming rights.

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