Results

Japan Women Empowerment League 05/22 04:00 22 [9] Omiya Ardija Women v INAC Leonessa Women [1] W 2-5
Japan Women Empowerment League 05/14 07:00 21 [1] INAC Leonessa Women v Urawa Red Diamonds Women [2] L 0-1
Japan Women Empowerment League 05/08 05:00 20 [11] Nojima Women v INAC Leonessa Women [1] W 0-3
Japan Women Empowerment League 05/04 05:00 11 [8] Sanfrecce Hiroshima Women v INAC Leonessa Women [1] L 1-0
Japan Women Empowerment League 04/29 04:00 19 [1] INAC Leonessa Women v Sanfrecce Hiroshima Women [8] W 3-2
Japan Women Empowerment League 04/24 05:00 18 [7] Albirex Niigata Women v INAC Leonessa Women [1] W 0-1
Japan Women Empowerment League 04/16 04:00 17 [1] INAC Leonessa Women v AC Nagano Parceiro Women [8] W 1-0
Japan Women Empowerment League 04/03 04:00 16 [2] NTV Beleza Women v INAC Leonessa Women [1] W 1-3
Japan Women Empowerment League 03/19 04:00 14 [1] INAC Leonessa Women v Mynavi Sendai Women [4] W 1-0
Japan Women Empowerment League 03/12 04:00 13 [5] JEF Utd Chiba Women v INAC Leonessa Women [1] W 0-1
Japan Women Empowerment League 03/05 03:00 12 [1] INAC Leonessa Women v Chifure AS Elfen Saitama Women [11] D 1-1
Japan Cup Women 12/25 02:00 4 INAC Kobe Women v NTV Menina Women L 1-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 21 11 10
Wins 16 8 8
Draws 2 1 1
Losses 3 2 1
Goals for 36 17 19
Goals against 11 6 5
Clean sheets 13 7 6
Failed to score 2 1 1

Wikipedia - INAC Kobe Leonessa

INAC Kobe is a Japanese football club from Kobe, founded in 2001. INAC stands for International Athletic Club while Leonessa means Lioness in Italian.

In 2006 INAC Leonessa was promoted to the Nadeshiko.League, where it has played since 2020. In 2021 they are playing in WE League. The 2008 season marked a great leap for the team as it was the runner-up both in the Nadeshiko.League and the All Japan Women's Football Championship. 2010 saw INAC lift its first title as they beat Urawa Red Diamonds in the final of the All Japan Women's Football Championship through a penalty shootout, and in 2011, coinciding with the club's 10th anniversary, the team won the double Nadeshiko.League – All Japan Women's Football Championship.

Leonessa's 2011 squad included seven champions of the 2011 World Cup: Ayumi Kaihori, Yukari Kinga, Nahomi Kawasumi, Shinobu Ohno, Homare Sawa, Megumi Takase and Asuna Tanaka.

History