Fixtures

Japan J-League 12/04 05:00 38 Nagoya Grampus vs Urawa Red Diamonds - View

Results

Japan J-League 11/27 05:00 37 [11] Cerezo Osaka v Nagoya Grampus [4] L 2-1
Japan J-League 11/20 05:00 36 [13] Gamba Osaka v Nagoya Grampus [5] W 1-3
Japan J-League 11/07 05:00 35 [19] Vegalta Sendai v Nagoya Grampus [4] D 1-1
Japan J-League 11/03 06:00 34 [4] Nagoya Grampus v Kashiwa Reysol [14] W 2-0
Japan J-League Cup 10/30 04:05 1 Nagoya Grampus v Cerezo Osaka W 2-0
Japan Cup 10/27 09:00 3 Nagoya Grampus v Cerezo Osaka L 0-3
Japan J-League 10/24 06:00 33 [5] Nagoya Grampus v Vissel Kobe [3] D 2-2
AFC Champions League 10/17 05:00 3 [2] Pohang Steelers v Nagoya Grampus [1] L 3-0
Japan J-League Cup 10/10 05:00 2 FC Tokyo v Nagoya Grampus L 2-1
Japan J-League Cup 10/06 10:00 2 Nagoya Grampus v FC Tokyo W 3-1
Japan J-League 10/03 06:00 31 [10] Sanfrecce Hiroshima v Nagoya Grampus [4] L 1-0
Japan J-League 09/26 07:00 30 [4] Nagoya Grampus v Oita [19] W 1-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 57 30 27
Wins 34 21 13
Draws 10 4 6
Losses 13 5 8
Goals for 81 46 35
Goals against 43 20 23
Clean sheets 33 19 14
Failed to score 13 6 7

Wikipedia - Nagoya Grampus

Nagoya Grampus (名古屋グランパス, Nagoya Guranpasu) (formerly known as Nagoya Grampus Eight (名古屋グランパスエイト, Nagoya Guranpasu Eito)) is a Japanese association football club that plays in the J1 League, following promotion from the J2 League in 2017. Based in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture and founded as the company team of the Toyota Motor Corp. in 1939, the club shares its home games between Mizuho Athletic Stadium (capacity 27,000 and the J.League's oldest serving stadium) and the much larger Toyota Stadium in the suburb of Toyota (capacity 45,000).

The team had its most successful season up to 1995 when it was managed by Arsène Wenger, well known for his subsequent exploits at Arsenal. They won the Emperor's Cup and finished second in the J.League, with Dragan Stojković and Gary Lineker on the team. The 1995 success was eclipsed on November 20, 2010, when the club won its first J.League trophy, under the management of Stojković.

The team's name was derived from the two most prominent symbols of Nagoya: the two golden grampus dolphins on the top of Nagoya Castle, and the Maru-Hachi (Circle eight), the city's official symbol.