Nagoya Grampus PES Kits 2018

Nagoya Grampus PES Kits 2018
Nagoya Grampus 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: NAGOYA GRAMPUS (NAG)
PES ID: 155
Founded: 1939
Website: nagoya-grampus.jp
Address: Hisaya YF Buildung, 6F, 5-1-32, Naka-kue, 406-0008, Nagoya
Country: Japan
Phone: +81 (52) 242 9186
Stadium: Toyota Stadium (Nagoya)
Capacity: 45000

Team History:
Toyota Motor FC was overshadowed by its colleague Toyota Automated Loom Works FC (founded in 1946 and which was one of the founding members of the Japan Soccer League). When Toyota ALW were relegated to regional leagues in 1968, Toyota Motor saw an opportunity to rise at their expense.

In 1972 Toyota Motors were founding members of the JSL's Second Division and its inaugural champions. They remained in the JSL until the J. League's founding in 1993. They were relegated to the JSL Division 2 in 1977. After a brief return in 1987–88, they were promoted for good in 1989–90 and remained in the top flight for 26 years, until 2016.

In 1996, future Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger led Grampus to the 1996 Emperor's Cup and a runners-up finish in the J.League, the club's best finish. The team's name "Nagoya Grampus Eight" was changed to just "Nagoya Grampus" at the start of the 2008 season. In 2008, Nagoya appointed former player Dragan Stojković as manager. They finished in third place and qualified for the AFC Champions League for the first time. Stojković has since led the club to winning the J. League in the 2010 season, featuring a squad consisting of Marcus Tulio Tanaka, Mu Kanazaki, Seigo Narazaki, Yoshizumi Ogawa, Keiji Tamada and Joshua Kennedy. After a poor 2016 season, Nagoya Grampus were relegated to J2 League for the first time in their history. Boško Gjurovski left his post as manager. On 4 January 2017, Yahiro Kazama was appointed as the clubs new manager. On 3 December 2017, Nagoya Grampus drew 0-0 against Avispa Fukuoka in the promotion playoff final, securing promotion back to J1 League at the first time of asking due to their higher regular season position than Avispa Fukuoka.

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




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