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About Consadole Sapporo

Logo type

The font demonstrates both strength and speed, and the logo is designed to create a feeling like "the path of a ball pushing forward." It symbolizes "Consadole Sapporo" which is a strong and aggressive club team.
 

Flag

The club colors are arranged as stripes, and the club emblem, with its impression of Hokkaido, is set in the middle to express the strong desire to become a team loved by the citizens of Sapporo and all the residents of Hokkaido.
 

Emblem

"Shima Fukurou (Blakiston's fish owl)," is the largest owl in Japan. It lives in Hokkaido, and has been symbolically designed. On the shield of Shima Fukurou with wings flying on the top. Eleven stars (11 united players), penetrating eyes gazing at victory (fighting spirit) and a white stripe showing a blizzard (aggressiveness) are arranged. These are designed in a arched ribbon representing the hometown.
 

Mascot (Dole Kun)

Japan's largest owl, the "Shima Fukurou" living in Hokkaido is used as the motif. Big piercing eyes gaze towards the goalmouth, showing "intelligence and imagination." The beautiful body, as white as snow represents "fair play." The owl's heavy body expresses a unique sense of stability (trust-worthiness) and the straight line touch adds an intrepid image of speed.
 

Cosadole Red

Consadole red…Warm flame (symbol of fighting spirit)

Cosadole BlueGray

Consadole blue gray…Deep coniferous forest (symbol of calm judgment of the situation)

Cosadole Black

Consadole black…Wide land (Symbol of unlimited power)

Cosadole White

Consadole white…Snow, Blakiston's fish owl (Symbol of fair play)

History

1935 Established as Toshiba Horikawa Town Soccer Club, in Kawasaki City.
1978 Promoted to Japan Soccer League Second Division
1980 Name changed to Toshiba Soccer Club
1989 Promoted to the Japan Soccer League First Division
1992 Participated The 1st JFL First Division.
Apr 1994 Sapporo Junior Chamber seeks to establish a local J. League team, and gathers signatures. A total of 31,0000 signatures were gathered.
Jan 1995 The Sapporo SJ Club is established as an organization to attract interest, focusing on financially well-known persons in Sapporo.
1996 Japan Football League 5th place (20 wins, 10 losses)  Manager: Takeo Takahashi
Jan 1996 Hokkaido Football Club Establishment Planning announces Toshiba's move to Sapporo.
Mar 1996 "Consadole Sapporo" becomes the team nickname.
Apr 1996 The managing company "Hokkaido Football Club" was established.
Apr 1996 The 5th Japan Football League (JFL) begins.
Apr 1996 In the first period, Kota Yoshihara makes the first goal of the club.
Jun 1996 First game at the home stadium, Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium.
1997 Japan Football League 1st place (26 wins, 4 losses) Manager: Fernandez (Uruguay)
Jan 1997 The team's mascot is named "Dole Kun".
May 1997 Consa Dolls Debut.
Oct 1997 The 28th match against Oita is won. Consadole is the first in the JFL and is promoted to J1.
Nov 1997 Officially approved as J. League member at the J-League extraordinary meeting of the board of directors.
1998 Ranked 14th in J. League (8 wins, 9 losses) (16th place in the first half, 10th place in the second half) Manager : Fernandez (Uruguay) →Hajime Ishii (October ~)
Apr 1998 First win against Gamba Osaka (Venue: Muroran)
Dec 1998 Defeated at the J1 qualification tournament, moved to J2 for the 1999 season.
1999 5th place J. League Division 2 (17 wins, 13 losses, 6 draws) Manager: Takeshi Okada
Jun 1999 Kota Yoshihara plays a very active role in the first round of Asian qualifiers for the Sydney Olympic, selected as a player to represent Japan.
2000 1st place J. League division 2 (31 wins, 4 losses, 5 draws) Manager: Takeshi Okada
Apr 2000 First official game held in Hakodate City.
Jul 2000 Achieved 16 consecutive wins, a new record for J2.
Oct 2000 "The Miyanosawa Shiroi Koibito Soccer Stadimu", exclusive practice site for Consadole Sapporo, is completed.
Oct 2000 Defeats Omiya on the 29th to win the league.
Nov 2000 Emerson recognized as top scorer.
Nov 2000 Yosuke Fujigaya and Koji Yamase are chosen to U-19 Japan National Team and participate in the Asia Youth Championship. They contributed to winning second place in the Championship.
2001 11th place in J.League Division 1 (8th place in the first half / 14th place in the second half) (10 wins, 15 losses, 5 draws) Manager: Takeshi Okada
Jan 2001 An asteroid orbiting Mars and Jupiter is named "Consadole".
Jun 2001 Yosuke Fujigaya and Koji Yamase are chosen to U-20 Japan National Team and participate in the World Youth Championship.
Jul 2001 21st. The first official game of J. League begins against Yokohama F Marinos at Sapporo Dome. 39,319 spectators attend, a record high.
Nov 2001 The 2nd stage is completed (4 wins, 9 losses, 2 draws. 14th place)
Dec 2001 Will Andrade receives top scorer and Best XI at the J. League Awards. Koji Yamase receives Rookie of the Year.
2002 16th place J.League Division 1 (16th place in the first half (2 wins, 13 losses), 16th place in the second half) Manager: Tetsuji Hashiratani → Ivancevic (Yugoslavia June~) →Chang Woe-Ryong (South Korea September ~)
May 2002 Yasuyuki Konno is chosen to U-19 Japan National Team and as team captain, contributes to winning the first tournament at Japan Asia. Yosuke Fujigaya and Koji Yamase are chosen to U-21 Japan National Team and contribute to winning 3rd place at the Toulon Tournament.
Jun 2002 Japan Korea World Cup is held.
Oct 2002 Yosuke Fujigaya and Koji Yamase are chosen to U-21 Japan National Team and participate in the Asian Games. They contribute to Japan winning second place.
Nov 2002 Yasuyuki Konnno is chosen to U-19 Japan National Team and participates AFC U-19 Championship in Qatar 2002. He contributes to Japan winning second place.
2003 9th place J.League Division 2 (13 wins, 18 losses, 13 draws) Manager: João Carlos (Brazil) →Chang Woe-ryong (South Korea August ~)
Jun 2003 Higashi-Kariki practice field is completed.
Nov 2003 Yasuyuki Konno is chosen to U-20 Japan National Team for FIFA U-20 World Cup
2004 12th place J.League Division 2 (5 wins, 24 losses, 15 draws) Manager: Masaaki Yanagishita
2005 6th place J.League Division 2 (17 wins, 15 losses, 12 draws) Manager: Masaaki Yanagishita
Mar 2005 Player's dormitory "Shimafuku Ryo" is completed.
2006 6th place J-League Division 2 (20 wins, 16 losses, 12 draws) Manager: Masaaki Yanagishita Main new member: Hulk (currently representing Brazil), Masaya Fujita (currently Shonan), Daigo Nishi (currently Kashima) 10th anniversary of the establishment of the club.
Club founded 10 years.
Jun 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany is held.
2007 1st place J-League Division 2 (27 wins, 11 losses, 10 draws) Manager: Toshiya Miura Main new member: Davi (currently Kashima)
Jul 2007 Masaya Fujita is chosen to U-20 Japan National Team and participates in the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007.
Sep 2007 Established a new record in J2, scoring in 27 consecutive games until the game against Ehime on the 2nd.
Dec 2007 On the 1st, wins the final game of the year against Mito, a dramatic come-from-behind victory, promotes to J1 in the 2008 season.
2008 18th place J-League Division 1 (4 wins, 24 losses, 6 draws) Manager: Toshiya Miura, Main new member: Hiroki Miyazawa
2009 6th place J-League Division 2 (21 wins, 14 losses, 16 draws) Manager: Nobuhiro Ishizaki, Main new member: Danilson Rodriguez (currently Nagoya)
2010 13th place J-League Division 2 (11 wins, 12 losses, 13 draws) Manager: Nobuhiro Ishizaki Main new member: Masashi Nakayama (former representative of Japan), Yoshihiro Uchiyama
2011 3rd place J-League Division 2 (21 wins, 12 losses, 5 draws) Manager: Nobuhiro Ishizaki
Dec 2011 At the final game of the year against FC Tokyo, the second highest record of 39,243 spectators at Sapporo Dome. Won the game and promoted to J1.
2012 18th place J-League Division 1 (4 wins, 28 losses, 2 draws) Manager: Nobuhiro Ishizaki, Main new member: Jade North (representative of Australia)
Dec 2012 Received the Best Player Development Club at J.League Award
Dec 2012 Consadole Sapporo Youth U-18 wins the J.League Youth Cup. Shogo Nakahara scores a hat trick in the final game.
2013 8th place J-League Division 2 (20 wins, 18 losses, 4 draws) Manager: Keiichi Zaizen (First OB manager of the club) Main new member: Le Cong Vinh (representative of Vietnam)
Mar 2013 Yoshikazu Nonomura appointed as president, representative director. First OB club president in J. League history.
Mar 2013 Club affiliation is concluded with Khonkaen F.C. (Thailand) and Dong Tam Long An F.C. (Vietnam)
2014 10th place J-League Division 2 (15 wins, 13 losses, 14 draws) Manager: Keiichi Zaizen → Barbaric (Croatia, September~) Main new members: Ken Tokura, Shinji Ono (former representative of Japan)
Feb 2014 Hikaru Matsuyama project begins
Jun 2014 Club affiliation concluded with Arema Cronous Football Club (Indonesia)
Dec 2014 Establishment of women soccer team is announced
2015 10th place Meiji Yasuda Life J2 League (14 wins, 13 losses, 15 draws) Manager: Barbaric (Croatia) →Shuhei Yomoda (July ~) Main new members: Junichi Inamoto (former representative of Japan), Irfan (representative of Indonesia)
Oct 2015 Yuichi Hosoda (triathlete) awarded First Partner / Athlete
Dec 2015 U-18 Germany / Stuttgart expedition
Dec 2015 New electricity company "Ezoden" is established
2016 Winner of Meiji Yasuda Life J2 League (25 wins, 7 losses, 10 draws) Manager: Shuhei Yomoda
Club founded 20 years.
Jul 2016 Gu Sung-Yun chosen to represent Rio Olympic (South Korea)
Nov 2016 Ms. Maki Ohguro is chosen as the first Partner Artist
Nov 2016 Awarded the J2 title by winning the final match (against Kanazawa, at Sapporo Dome on the 20th) and promoted to J1
2017 Meiji Yasuda Life J1 League Manager: Shuhei Yomoda Main new members: Hidetaka Kanazono (former representative of Japan), Chanathip Songkrasin (representative of Thailand, from July)
player name

Consadolls

Consa Dolls Debut at JFL Home game, May 15, 1997. Establishment of the first official dance drill team in Japan's soccer history. Ever since, they have been loved by the players and supporters as "Goddesses of Victory" for Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo. They perform splendid dances at home games and appear at various events to promote activities for Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo.

Club affiliation

Since 2013, Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo is affiliated with clubs overseas centering on Southeast Asia in coordination with J. League. These affiliations seek to provide greater big meaning as an approach to promoting "Hokkaido" our home island, as well as player transfer for limited periods, acceptance of trainees including to academies, and interaction between teams.

KHONKEAN FC

  KHONKEAN, KHONKEAN
 Thai League Division 2
 Khon Kean Sport Stadium

2013 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo affiliated players Transfer for a limited period
2014 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo affiliated players Transfer for a limited period
2015 Players from Khon Kaen F.C. participate in a training session

Dong Tam Long An FC

  Long An Province
 Vietnam V League Division 1
 Long An Stadium

2014 Accepted three exchange young players affiliated with Dong Tam Long An FC

Arema Cronus FC

  Malang, Jawa Timur 
 Indonesia Super League
 Kanjuruhan stadium

2014 Presented a billboard of a Consadole club partner company at the Arema Cronos FC home stadium

Johor Darul Ta'zim FC

  Johor Bahru, Johor
 Malaysia Super League
 Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium

2016 Accepted four academy players and two coaches from Johor Darul Ta'zim FC as an interaction project
2017 Dispatched four Consadole staff members to Malaysia as a interaction project