Playing Soccer

ABOUT

FC NOMADE is a competitive international football club in the Tokyo and Yokohama areas. The club welcomes Japanese and foreign players. It is a club for both the local and international communities. Our players attend either Japanese schools or international schools. The club offers a diversity of cultures, languages, and football styles that make a great environment to develop remarkable football and social skills. All teams participate in private or official (JFA) Japanese leagues.

  • Club founded in October 2013

  • Registered to the JFA in January 2014

PHILOSOPHY

PASSION

Love for the game. We try to pass on our passion for football to young players by helping them explore their potential, fall in love with the ball and enjoy the game to the fullest.

DEVELOPMENT

Sports make great people. We try to teach players sports values such as respect, fair-play, teamwork, discipline, and perseverance so that they can become responsible young adults.

IMPROVEMENT

Focus on the process. Our curriculum, build on our experience of french training methods, covers all technical, physical and tactical aspects of the game to help players improve and perform.

COMMUNITY

Connecting people through sports. We connect Tokyo’s international community by getting together players of all nationalities, and create an unique chemistry on and off the pitch.

GOALS

  • To create a safe, fun, and challenging environment where players, regardless their nationality, can improve their skills and enjoy the game

  • To make players development a priority by raising their skills, level of confidence and self-esteem while they develop their own character

  • To support players education beside schools by teaching them sports values such as passion, respect, solidarity, humility, fair play

  • To help players achieve sports excellence by offering a great quality of training based on our experience of french training methods

  • To give an opportunity to foreign players to play in the official Japanese competitions

  • To give an opportunity to young japanese players to join an international football club and learn from a different style

  • To bring together the most talented players from Tokyo’s international schools and offering them exposure in  Japanese competitions

  • To build a competitive international football club in Tokyo that achieves results while mixing up the french, western, and japanese cultures

STAFF

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NICOLAS DHUEZ

MANAGER/HEAD COACH
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YURIE SHIMBORI

GENERAL MANAGER
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KEVIN LE BRAS

COACH
 

CLUB RECORDS

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Year
U15
U13
2019
4th (stage 2, group K)
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2020
8th (stage 1, group L) / 9th (stage 2, group L)
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2021
8th (stage 1, groupe K)
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Year
U12
U10
2015/16
5th
4th
2016/17
4th
5th
2017/18
8th (stage2), 3rd (stage1)
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2018/19
7th
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2019/20
7th
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Year
U12
U10
2014/15
2nd
6th
2015/16
2nd
1st
2016/17
3rd
3rd
MISTUBISHI TOURNAMENT
Title
U12
U10
2019
1st
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NADIA TOURNAMENT
Title
U12
U10
2014/15
2nd
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2015/16
1st
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2016/17
1st
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