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Tokyo Verdy

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Established
1969 (51 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Ajinomoto Stadium
(49,970 Capacity)

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Location
Chōfu, Tokyo

Nicknames
Verdy

League
Japanese J2 League

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15 Jul 20 Tokyo Verdy  4 - 2  Ventforet Kofu
11 Jul 20 Omiya Ardija  1 - 0  Tokyo Verdy
05 Jul 20 Tochigi SC  1 - 1  Tokyo Verdy
27 Jun 20 Tokyo Verdy  1 - 1  Machida Zelvia
23 Feb 20 Tokushima Vortis  3 - 0  Tokyo Verdy

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Tokyo Verdy (東京ヴェルディ, Tōkyō Verudi) is a Japanese professional football club based in Chōfu, Tokyo. The club plays in the J2 League, the second tier of football in the country.

Founded as Yomiuri FC in 1969, Tokyo Verdy is one of the most decorated clubs in the J.League, with honours including 2 J.League titles, 5 Emperor's Cups, 6 JSL Cup / J.League Cups and an Asian Club Championship title, and the most successful team in Japanese football history with 25 titles.

Verdy's plays its home games at the 50,000 capacity Ajinomoto Stadium, which it shares with FC Tokyo, although many home matches are played in other stadiums in Tokyo, including Tokyo National Stadium.

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Ajinomoto Stadium (味の素スタジアム, Ajinomoto Sutajiamu), also known as Tokyo Stadium in AFC Champions League, is a multi-purpose stadium in Chōfu, Tokyo, Japan. The stadium was founded at Kantō Mura, the redevelopment area formerly used by United States Forces Japan, in March 2001. It was the first stadium in Japan that offered its naming rights, which were sold to Ajinomoto Co., Inc. with a 5-year 1.2 billion yen (about 10 million U.S. dollars) contract, from March 2003 to February 2008. As a result, it was named Ajinomoto Stadium (味の素スタジアム, Ajinomoto Sutajiamu). This contract was renewed in November 2007 and extended by 6 years for 1.4 billion yen to February 2014, and in October 2013, the second renewal of the contract extended the term to February 2019.

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