Nagoya Grampus formerly known as Nagoya Grampus Eight are a Japanese football club based ingrampus and they play their home games wearing red and yellow home shirts with black shorts. The club have had several well known players to play for the side including Takashi Hirano, Dragan Stojkovic, Sego Narazaki, Keiji Tamada, Joshua Kennedy and Macrus Tulio Tanaka.
Nagoya Grampus Eight play their home games in red shirts, shorts and socks. They were a great force in the 1990's when managed by Arsene Wenger and fielding Gary Lineker in the Grampus Eight team.
Nagoya Grampus is a Japanese football club from the Aichi Prefecture [...]
Nagoya Grampus is a Japanese football club playing in the J League Division 1, and in the 2011 season, they ranked 2nd in the table, hence qualifying for the 2012 AFC Champions League [...]
Nagoya Grampus is a Japanese football club and the Champion of the 2010 edition of the J League Division 1, which is the top division in Japan [...]
Nagoya Grampus are the current holder of the J league Division 1, which is the top league in Japan, after winning the 2010 title [...]
Nagoya Grampus Eight is a Japanese football team who were formed in 1939 and was originally the sports club for Toyota Motor's. The team's home ground is the 27,000 capacity Mizuho Athletic Stadium in Nagoya, Japan.
The club have won the All Japan Senior Football Championship on two occasions and the won the J. League Division 1 for the first time in 2010.