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U-17 Japan National Team squad, schedule - Chile tour (2/17-26)【SPORT FOR TOMORROW South America - Japan U-17 Football Exchange Programme】

12 February 2019

U-17 Japan National Team squad, schedule - Chile tour (2/17-26)【SPORT FOR TOMORROW South America - Japan U-17 Football Exchange Programme】

Staff

Coach: MORIYAMA Yoshiro (JFA National Coaching Staff)
Assistant Coach: HIROYAMA Nozomi (JFA National Coaching Staff)
Assistant Coach: HAMASAKI Yoshimi (JFA National Coaching Staff)
GK Coach: TAKAKUWA Daijiro (JFA National Coaching Staff)
Conditioning Coach: CHUMAN Kentaro (JFA National Coaching Staff/Jubilo Iwata)

Squad

GK
12 SUZUKI Zion (Urawa Reds Youth)
1 NOZAWA Taishi Brandon (FC Tokyo U-18)

DF
6 HATA Taiga (Ichiritsu Funabashi High School)
5 SHIMOKAWA Taiyo (Cerezo Osaka U-18)
15 SUMI Seiga (Nagoya Grampus U-18)
2 SUMI Kohshiro (FC Tokyo U-18)
3 SUZUKI Kaito (Jubilo Iwata U-18)
4 YAMADA Nao (Urawa Reds Youth)

MF
13 ARITA Keito (Kawasaki Frontale U-18)
16 TANAKA Katsuyuki (Teikyo Nagaoka High School)
7 FUJIWARA Yudai (Aomori Yamada High School)
8 NARUOKA Hikaru (Shimizu S-Pulse Youth)
17 TANAKA Satoshi (Shonan Bellmare U-18)
9 NAKANO Keita (Kyoto Sanga F.C. U-18)
14 MITO Shunsuke (JFA Academy Fukushima U18)

FW
18 WAKATSUKI Yamato (Kiryu Daiichi High School)
11 TSUKUI Takumi (Yokohama F・Marinos Youth)
10 TOYAMA Shoji (Gamba Osaka Youth)

Players Change (2/15)

SUMI Kohshiro
Club: FC Tokyo U-18 Sidelined due to injury

NAKANO Shinya
DF Club: Sagan Tosu U-15 DOB: 17 August 2003 167cm/49kg

Schedule

Mon. 18 February PM Training
Tue. 19 February AM/PM Training
SFT South America - Japan Football Exchange Programme
Wed. 20 February 10:00 Training Match vs U-19 CSD Colo-Colo
18:00 Match observation
【U-17 Chile National Team vs U-17 Paraguay National Team】
(Estadio Munichipal de San Bernardo)
Thu. 21 February AM Training
AM Football Exchange Meeting (Japanese School of Santiago)
Fri. 22 February 10:00 1st Match vs U-17 Paraguay National Team
(Estadio Munichipal de San Bernardo)
Sat. 23 February 18:00 2nd Match vs U-17 Chile National Team
(Estadio Munichipal de San Bernardo)

*Local Time
*The schedule is subject to change due to the team condition, the weather, etc.

What is SPORT FOR TOMORROW?

"SPORT FOR TOMORROW" is an international sports contribution program which is propelled by the Japanese government, taking place between 2014 and 2020. It originated from the words of the Prime Minister of Japan, ABE Shinzo, at the IOC meeting when Tokyo was elected as host city of 2020 Summer Olympics. The program’s main purpose is to convey the value of sports and expand the Olympic/Paralympic movement to all generations, across 100+ nations and 10 million+ people.


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