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Commemorating the launch of Thespa Gunma Ladies! Nadeshiko Japan OG is here! Announcement of “Tsukiji Gindako ” presents Gunma Nadeshiko Soccer Clinic

Commemorating the launch of Thespa Gunma Ladies! Nadeshiko Japan OG is here! Announcement of “Tsukiji Gindako” presents Gunma Nadeshiko Soccer Clinic
*Thespa Gunma*
Press release: July 8, 2024
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Commemorating the launch of Thespa Gunma Ladies! Nadeshiko Japan OG is here! Announcement of “Tsukiji Gindako” presents Gunma Nadeshiko Soccer Clinic
Thespa Co., Ltd. (Headquarters Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture Representative Director and President Hiroshi Akahori)
Thespa Gunma) aims to promote regional development through soccer in the eastern region of Gunma Prefecture and to promote women’s sports throughout Gunma Prefecture, in collaboration with Thespa Gunma Ladies Sports Club Co., Ltd., to start a women’s adult soccer team from 2025. We have announced that we will launch it in May 2024.
To commemorate its launch, Hotland Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo), which operates the takoyaki chain “Tsukiji Gindako”, which was founded in Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture and is expanding its business domestically and internationally, will commemorate its launch. “Sauna no Mori” produced by CEO Morio Sase
At our facility in Mizunuma Village, we will be holding a soccer class and a BBQ meet-up, inviting Mana Iwabuchi and Aya Miyama, former Nadeshiko Japan (Japan Women’s Soccer National Team) and 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup champions.

* “Tsukiji Gindako” presents Gunma Nadeshiko Soccer Clinic * [Date and time]
Sunday, August 18, 2024 10:00-13:30 *Reception starts at 9:30 【place】
1. Soccer Class Kurohone Sports Park Ground (near Watarase Keikoku Railway Mizunuma Station in Mizunuma, Kurohone-cho, Kiryu City) https://www.city.kiryu.lg.jp/shisetsu/sports/taiiku/1002873.html 2. BBQ social gathering Sumiterasu Yakiniku BBQ (579-1 Yagihara, Kurohone-cho, Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture)
https://mizunuma-village.jp/gourmet/bbq/

【Entry fee】
Adults: 5,000 yen / Children: 3,000 yen (elementary school students and younger) *Includes soccer class insurance fee, BBQ food and drinks fee *Soccer classes will be held in light rain, but may be canceled in case of stormy weather.
*Free drinks are included in the BBQ, but if you add alcohol for adults, there will be an additional charge of 2,200 yen.

[Capacity]
50 children under elementary school age (boys can also participate) * *Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis and will be closed once the capacity is reached. *

[Guest] Mana Iwabuchi (former Japan Women’s Soccer National Team) Aya Miyama (Former Japan Women’s Soccer National Team)

[Program]
10:00-11:30 Soccer class Capacity: 50 people, For children under elementary school age
12:00-13:30 BBQ social gathering, player talk show & lottery etc. while eating

[Application] Please apply using the form below.
https://forms.gle/Z8tCqL1W4Scz3g6p8
*Deadline is Saturday, August 10, 2024

◆Mana Iwabuchi
2000: Started playing soccer at Sekimae Soccer Club in second grade of elementary school
Joined Nippon TV Menina in 2005 when entering junior high school 2007: Registered as a second-class member of the top team Nippon TV Beleza at the age of 14
Promoted to Nippon Television Beleza in 2008. Won the Nadeshiko League Newcomer Award
2008 Golden Ball (tournament MVP) at the U-17 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011: Germany wins the FIFA Women’s World Cup as the youngest team member at 18 years old
2012 London Olympics runner-up
2012: Transferred to TSG1899 Hoffenheim of the German Women’s Bundesliga 2014: Transferred to FC Bayern Munich, then won two consecutive league titles 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada runner-up
2017 Returned to Japan and joined INAC Kobe Leonessa
2018 Asian Cup Tournament 2nd consecutive victory & MVP victory 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Best 16

◆Aya Miyama
Joined Okayama Yunogo Belle as a rookie in 2001 when it was founded. 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup Participated in America
2004: Won the scoring queen and best player award in the 2nd division of the Japan Women’s Soccer League.
2007 Japan Women’s Soccer League Best Eleven Award
2009: Transferred to Los Angeles Sol of the American Women’s Professional Soccer League
2010: Transferred to Atlanta Beat of the American Women’s Soccer League 2011 Returned to Nadeshiko League Okayama Yunogo and won Best Eleven award FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany wins, tournament all-star team selection Received the Medal with Purple Ribbon, People’s Honor Award, Okayama Prefecture Citizen’s Honor Award, and Chiba Prefecture Citizen’s Honor Award.
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women’s Player of the Year Award 2012 London Olympics runner-up, AFC Women’s Player of the Year Award again 2014 First Asian Cup win, tournament MVP award
2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada runner-up

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