Júbilo Iwata PES Kits 2018

Júbilo Iwata PES Kits 2018
Júbilo Iwata PES kits season 2018

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS
game: pes 2019, pes 2018, pes 2017, pes 2016, pes 2015, pes 2014

Available kits:
goalkeeper (league-ACL)
home (league-ACL)
away (league-ACL)
third (league-ACL)

About the team:
PES name: JÚBILO IWATA (JUB)
PES ID: 154
Founded: 1970
Website: www.jubilo-iwata.co.jp
Address: 2500 Shingai, 438-0025, Iwata
Country: Japan
Phone: +81 (538) 364 680
Stadium: Yamaha Stadium (Iwata)
Capacity: 16893

Team History:
The team started out as the company team for Yamaha Motor Corporation in 1970. After making its way through the Shizuoka and Tōkai football leagues, it played in the Japan Soccer League until it reorganized as the J.League at the end of 1992.

Their first glory happened when they won both the Emperor's Cup and promotion as champions of the JSL Division 2 in 1982. They won their first Japanese league title in the 1987/88 season. Due to problems in the upcoming professionalization, Yamaha decided to relegate themselves and not be one of the J.League founder members.

They finished in 2nd place of the JFL 1st division, a division below the top flight, in 1993 and were promoted to the J1 league for 1994. The team welcomed Marius Johan Ooft as its manager, as well as the Brazilian national team captain Dunga and a number of foreign players to build a winning team. Dunga's football philosophy deeply influenced the club, initially as a player and currently as an adviser.

Since their last cup triumph in the 2003 Emperor's Cup, the squad which took them to such heights began to age. Without similarly skilled replacements coming through the youth team or from outside, Júbilo's power started to fade, and in 2007 the club ended the season in a record worst position of 9th. Perhaps more concerning to Júbilo supporters is their eclipse in recent seasons by bitter local rivals Shimizu S-Pulse who, in ending the season above Júbilo every year since 2006, have become Shizuoka prefecture's premier performing team. In 2008 they finished 16th out of 18 – their lowest position in the 18-club table – but kept their J1 position by defeating Vegalta Sendai in the promotion/relegation playoff.

In 2013 season, it took them until 8th week to make their first win in the league matches, and never move up higher than 16th since they were ranked down to 17th as of the end of 5th week. Then eventually suffered their first relegation to 2014 J.League Division 2 after they were defeated by Sagan Tosu at their 31st week match. Júbilo were promoted back to J1 in 2015 after finishing runners-up.

Club trophies and titles:
J1 League: 3 Titles
J.League Cup: 2 Titles
Emperor's Cup: 1 Title




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