Fuji Xerox J-Stars

Summary

The Fuji Xerox J-Stars are an American football team located in Itami, Hyogo, Japan. They are a member of the X-League.

Fuji Xerox J-Stars
Established1985
Based inItami, Hyogo, Japan
Head coachMasahide Mitsuyoshi
General managerToshiharu Kato
LeagueX-League
DivisionWest
ColorsRed and White[1]
Websitehttp://www.team-jstars.jp/

Team historyEdit

  • 1985 Team founded by members of the Fuji Xerox Osaka group.
  • 1989 Joined the X-League.
  • 2010 Promoted from X2 to X1 for the following season.
  • 2011 Finished 6th in the West Division (0 wins, 7 losses). Lost X2-X1 replacement game to the Hankyu Bruins 5-25. Demoted from X1 to X2 for the following season.
  • 2015 Due to the Nishinomiya Bruins finishing 0-2 in the Green Bowl Spring tournament, the J-Stars were promoted to X1 for the Fall tournament. Finished 6th in the West division (0 wins, 7 losses). Lost X2-X1 replacement game to the Sidewinders 10-17. Demoted to X2 for the following season.

SeasonsEdit

X-League Champions (1987–present) Division Champions Final Stage/Semifinals Berth Wild Card /First Stage Berth
Season League Division Regular Season Post Season Results Awards Head coaches
Finish Wins Losses Ties
2008 X2 West 2nd 4 1 0
2009 X2 West 2nd 9 1 0
2010 X2 West 1st 6 1 0 Won X2-X1 promotion match (Nagoya) 28-8
2011 X1 West 6th 1 7 0 Won 2nd stage relegation match (Elecom Kobe) 6-3
Lost 2nd stage relegation match (Nagoya) 16-23
Lost X1-X2 replacement match (Hankyu) 5-25
2012 X2 West 1st 7 1 0 Lost X2-X1 promotion match (Nishinomiya) 20-23 OT Masahide Mitsuyoshi
2013 X2 West 1st 5 3 0 Lost X2-X1 promotion match (at Nagoya) 7-21 Masahide Mitsuyoshi
2014 X2 West 1st 5 1 0 Lost X2-X1 promotion match (Nishinomiya) 0-30 Masahide Mitsuyoshi
2015 X1 West 6th 2 6 0 Lost 2nd stage relegation match (As One) 0-73
Lost 2nd stage relegation match (at Nagoya) 9-10
Lost X1-X2 replacement match (at Sidewinders) 10-17
Masahide Mitsuyoshi
Total (2009–2015, includes only regular season)
(2009–2015, includes only playoffs)
(2009–2015, includes both regular season and playoffs)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "X-League profile, Fuji Xerox J-Stars". April 17, 2015. Retrieved January 5, 2016.

External linksEdit

  • Official website (Japanese)