Name
Vissel Kobe

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Thorsten Fink

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Established
1966 (56 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Noevir Stadium Kobe
(30,134 Capacity)

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Location
Hyōgo-ku, Kōbe, Hyōgo

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League
Japanese J1 League

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smudgie: 04/Jan/22
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Upcoming Events
08 Oct 22 Vissel Kobe   -  Sanfrecce Hiroshima
12 Oct 22 Vissel Kobe   -  Shonan Bellmare
29 Oct 22 Kawasaki Frontale   -  Vissel Kobe
05 Nov 22 Vissel Kobe   -  Yokohama F

Latest Results
01 Oct 22 Avispa Fukuoka  0 - 1  Vissel Kobe
18 Sep 22 Vissel Kobe  2 - 1  Gamba Osaka
14 Sep 22 Vissel Kobe  2 - 1  FC Tokyo
10 Sep 22 Vissel Kobe  0 - 0  Nagoya Grampus
03 Sep 22 Kyoto Sanga  2 - 0  Vissel Kobe

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Vissel Kobe (ヴィッセル神戸, Visseru Kōbe) is a Japanese professional football club, currently playing in the J1 League. The team is located in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture. The home stadium is Kobe Wing Stadium, in Hyōgo-ku, though some home matches are played at Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium in Suma-ku.

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Lukas
Podolski



Kyogo
Furuhashi
#8

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

The Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium (神戸市御崎公園球技場), also known as The Noevir Stadium Kobe (ノエビアスタジアム神戸), is a football stadium in Misaki Park, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, Japan. The stadium has a capacity of 30,132. This stadium, which features a retractable roof, is the home ground of J1 League club Vissel Kobe and the rugby union Top League team Kobelco Steelers.

In 1970, Kobe Central Football Stadium (神戸市立中央競技場) was opened at the site of the Kobe Keirin Track. It was the first football stadium in Japan to be able to host games at night following the installation of night lighting.

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