|Team Name||YOKOHAMA FMARINOS|
|Management Corporation||Yokohama Marinos Ltd.|
Marinos'hometown is one of Japan's most famous international port cities, Yokohama and, since 2005, also the adjacent southern city of Yokosuka. 'Marinos' means 'sailor' in Spanish, and so there is an overlap between the idea of crossing the seven seas to get to the world and being the international port city of Yokohama. The club's colours are blue, red, and white and so they are fondly known by their nickname 'Tricolore' (three colours). One of their home stadiums is Nissan Stadium, which was used for the World Cup final co-hosted by Japan and South Korea in 2002.
|Address||Yokohama FMarinos MM21 Training Center, 6-2, Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa, 220-0012, Japan|
|Home Stadium||Nissan Stadium (capacity: 72,327)
NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium (capacity: 15,454)
|Titles||J1 League (1995, 2003, 2004), League Cup (2001),Emperor's Cup (1983,1985,1988,1989,1991,1992,2013)/2nd(1990), Asian Cup Winners' Cup (1991/92,1992/93),A3 Champions Cup/2nd(2004)|
|League Position||1993/4th, 1994/6th, 1995/Champions, 1996/8th, 1997/3rd, 1998/4th, 1999/5th, 2000/2nd, 2001/13th, 2002/2nd, 2003/Champions*, 2004/Champions, 2005/9th, 2006/9th, 2007/7th, 2008/9th, 2009/10th, 2010/8th, 2011/5th, 2012/4th, 2013/2nd
*Won both J1 stages in 2003.
|Club Mascot||Marinos-kun Marinosuke|