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Kashima Antlers
Kashima Antlers
Full name Kashima Antlers F.C.
Founded 1947
Ground Kashima Soccer Stadium
Kashima, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
(Capacity: 40,728)
Chairman Shigeru Ibata
Manager Masatada Ishii
Current League J1 League 
2015 J1 League
Website Club home page

Kashima Antlers are a Japanese professional association football club playing in the J1 League with financial backing from the Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal. Antlers is derived from the city name, Kashima, which literally means "deer island".

Since the J. League's creation and introduction of professional Japanese football in 1993, Kashima have proved by far Japan's most successful club team, having won the J. League title a record seven times, the J. League Cup a record six times and the Emperor's Cup four times for an unprecedented total of seventeen major domestic titles. Kashima have finished in the top five of the league for over seventy percent of all seasons played to date, recorded an average end of season league placing of third and captured a major domestic title in over sixty percent of all seasons played to date.

Kashima are also one of only three teams to have competed in Japan's top flight of professional football every year since its inception.

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J.League
J1 League (2017)

Albirex Niigata · Cerezo Osaka · Consadole Sapporo · FC Tokyo · Gamba Osaka · Júbilo Iwata · Kashima Antlers · Kashiwa Reysol · Kawasaki Frontale · Omiya Ardija · Sagan Tosu · Sanfrecce Hiroshima · Shimizu S-Pulse · Urawa Red Diamonds · Vegalta Sendai · Ventforet Kofu · Vissel Kobe · Yokohama F. Marinos

J2 League (2017)

Avispa Fukuoka · Ehime FC · Fagiano Okayama · FC Gifu · FC Machida Zelvia · JEF United Ichihara Chiba · Kamatamare Sanuki · Kyoto Sanga FC · Matsumoto Yamaga FC · Mito HollyHock · Montedio Yamagata · Nagoya Grampus · Oita Trinita · Renofa Yamaguchi FC · Roasso Kumamoto · Shonan Bellmare · Thespakusatsu Gunma · Tokushima Vortis · Tokyo Verdy · V-Varen Nagasaki · Yokohama FC · Zweigen Kanazawa

J3 League (2017)

AC Nagano Parceiro · Azul Claro Numazu · Blaublitz Akita · Cerezo Osaka U-23 · FC Ryūkyū · FC Tokyo U-23 · Fujieda MYFC · Fukushima United FC · Gainare Tottori · Gamba Osaka U-23 · Giravanz Kitakyushu · Grulla Morioka · Kagoshima United FC · Kataller Toyama · SC Sagamihara · Tochigi SC · YSCC Yokohama

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