Urawa Red Diamonds are a Japanese football club who currently play in the J.League Division 1 and they wear red home shirts with white shorts. The name Red Diamonds alludes to the club's pre-professional era parent company Mitsubishi and the corporation's famous logo consists of three red diamonds, one of which remains within the current club badge.
The Urawa Red Diamonds or simply Urawa Reds named after their sponsors Mitsubishi, were formed in 1950. Urawa Reds play their home games in the 63,000 seater Saitama Stadium, Oazamnakanoda-Chinai, Urawa-shi / Saitama-Ken, Japan.
Urawa Red Diamonds of the J League take preparation for the upcoming season one step further by being handed their official home and away shirts from Nike. Urawa Red Diamonds are set to display their brand-new and powerful home and away strips in 2016 through Nike taking traditional club colours [...]
J-League side Urawa Red Diamonds have officially revealed their new home and away kits for the 2015 season. Unlike last season's home shirt the new outfit for the Red Diamonds home kit features a red base with a unique diamond design on the front inspired by the club's name Red Diamonds [...]
Japanese club Urawa Red Diamonds have officially released their home, away, third and goalkeeper kit for the 2014 season. Supplied by Nike, the new new home shirt features a new red styled camo design offering a unique look to a classic shirt [...]
Following the new Kashima Antlers and Sanfrecce Hiroshima shirts, we bring you more shirt news from Japan as we now take a look at the 2013 home, away and third shirts of Urawa Red Diamonds. The club was originally founded as Mitsubishi and won 4 league titles during that period [...]
Urawa Red Diamonds has a local derby with Omiya Ardija, from Omiya-ku, Saitama city. They first met in the 1987 Emperor's Cup, with Mitsubishi defeating NTT Kanto by 5 to 0 at Nishigaoka National Stadium.
Excepting two seasons in which they were in the second tier, Mitsubishi/Urawa has always competed in the top flight, thereby being the club with the most top flight seasons total.