Shimizu S-Pulse are a Japanese football club who currently play in the J. League Division 1. The club's home shirts consist of an orange colour scheme with black trim and detailing. Formed in 1991, S-Pulse are one of the youngest professional teams in Japan, but are among only four to have competed in Japan's top flight of football every year since its inception in 1993.
Shimizu S-Pulse's orange shirt appears in the J. League but they are yet to win the league title. S-Pulse were crowned 1996 Nabisco Cup champions, 1999 J-League 2nd stage champions, 2000 Asia Cup Winners , 2001 Emperor's Cup champions and Xerox Super Cup champions and 2002 Xerox Super Cup champions.
J-League side Shimizu S-Pulse have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015 season. Supplied by PUMA, the new home shirt for Shimizu S-Pulse again features their trademark orange/gold colour in a new pacific map design [...]
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Shimizu S-Pulse is one of the few teams in Japan that was not formed by a company and only came into existence in 1992. They play their home games in the 18,500 seater Nihondaira Stadium, Shizuoka, Japan.
Since the teams establishment, the same colour combination for home shirts have been used each year. The colour scheme of orange shirts, shorts and socks was selected to reflect the famous local product of Shizuoka Prefecture; the mikan.