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FJ Team of Week, Part 2

Barbarians FC defeated table toppers Swiss Kickers 4-3. The corresponding fixture last year saw Swiss Kickers destroy Barbarians and secure the Division 1 title. Goals from Captain Shouchi Arai, Kaito Kato, Yuta Mochizuki & Yuichiro Misumi secured the 3 points. The victory sees Barbarians now having an outside chance to secure the TML Division 1 title. Congratulations to Barbarians FC.

Announcements - April 14th 2016

FJ Team of the Week

King Geoge FC recorded only their second victory of the season verses 4th placed Zion FC. They played the last 30 minutes with only 10 players due to the their forward going off injured. Well done King KGFC.

Announcements - April 6th 2016

New 4G Artificial Grass at Komoba Sub Ground

Komaba Sub Ground for many players has always been in a great location but the old turf was warn down and would cut your legs to shreds. At the beginning of March Komoba opened again after a months closure with brand new 4G Artificial Grass.

On Saturday 12th March the new pitch hosted it's first TML action. Sadly the pitch was so nice that both teams wanted to keep the ball and failed to score a goal.

As it currently stands another 2 matches will be played...

Announcements - March 16th 2016
The Bling

Tachikawa01 break through the wall to secure cup glory

NewYear Soccer 7s: Saturday 9th January @ YC&AC

The most common expression I heard on Saturday morning apart from the standard ‘Happy New Year, How was your Holidays’ was “I can’t wait to start burning of the extra pounds I gained over the festive season.’ With that in mind, it was obvious that everyone was going to run hard, tackle hard and then hit the wall! Judging by some of the Knockout Round results this...

Match Reports - January 13th 2016
Season 13,New Year 7's
Robert on his last day of refereeing with Captains Phil Denham (YC&AC 1868) Ian Webster (Oakwood Clash)

A Referees View on the TML

Robert Peacock: TML Referee September~December 2015

I have spent the last three months absorbing life in Tokyo. I flew to Japan as part of a university exchange with the Tokyo Institute of Technology and have completed my Master of Engineering thesis. Having previously refereed in Scotland, I was lucky to enough to be given the opportunity to join the Tokyo Metropolis League (TML).

This experience has been a steep learning-curve but has provided a unique...

FJC News - December 17th 2015
Season 13