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An in-depth take on the J.League, Nadeshiko and Samurai Blue
An in-depth take on the J.League, Nadeshiko and Samurai Blue

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Highlights and details of Japan's straightforward 3-0 victory over Latvia in today's friendly are now available at the website. A further friendly, this time with Canada providing the opposition, will be played on 22 March before the Samurai Blue face Jordan in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier four days later. A win for Japan will seal their place in Brazil.
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A fixtures calendar for the forthcoming 2013 season, which covers all major competitions including both J.League Divisions 1 and 2, the Emperor's and Yamazaki Nabisco Cups, the AFC Champions League where Japanese teams are involved, and both senior men's (Samurai Blue) and women's (Nadeshiko) matches, can now be downloaded from the website.  

If you have any suggestions or feedback, please let me know, and I hope you find it useful.
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A comprehensive stadium map, encompassing teams from both J.League divisions and the Japan Football League is now available at the site. This includes stadium photos, addresses and club contact details, and will work with Google Maps and Google Earth across a range of devices, together with other mapping applications.

More will be added soon, but in the meantime, take a look and let me know what you think and I'd love to hear if you have any suggestions as to how it could be improved.
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A new post is now up at Football Japan, which assesses which of Japan's prefectures contribute most to the men's professional game in the country.
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Welcome to the Google + page for Football Japan, the home of in-depth coverage of the J.League, Nadeshiko and Samurai Blue.  I've got some exciting content lined up for the forthcoming 2013 season, as the men's national team attempts to complete qualification for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and new teams such as V-Varen Nagasaki join the professional ranks for the first time, and SC Sagamihara and Fukushima United enter the Japan Football League as the J.League looks to add a third professional league in 2014.

In the coming weeks Football Japan will be host to the first, fully comprehensive listing of all the Japan men's national football team's results in English, including a plethora of multimedia content detailing the side's growth into one of the world's top 25 teams.

Stay tuned - and check back soon!
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