Veroskronos Tsuno (ヴェロスクロノス都農, Verosukuronosu Tsuno) is a football (soccer) club based in Tsuno, a town of Koyu District, Miyazaki Prefecture in Japan. They play in the Kyushu Soccer League, which is part of Japanese Regional Leagues.
|Full name||Veroskronos Tsuno|
|Ground||Fujimi Park Stadium |
|League||Kyushu Soccer League|
In March 2014, the head coach at Hosho Junior & Senior High School – Hiromi Matsuzaki – worked closely with Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University to give Miyazaki a new team, someone which could try to climb Japanese football's pyramid. The previous most-known club Estrela Miyazaki dissolved in 2009 and the region needed a new football face, since Miyazaki is one of the few prefecture to not host a professional football team in Japan.
J.FC Miyazaki (the "J" stands for "jump" to the J. League) immediately raised their level, conquering a spot in Kyushu Soccer League and qualifying to 2015 Emperor's Cup 1st round, after defeating home-rivals Tegevajaro Miyazaki. Giravanz Kitakyushu defeated J.FC Miyazaki, 2–1, in a tight match.
After winning the 2016 title, the club now hopes to reach professional football as soon as they can.
In 2020, the club was moved from Miyazaki to Tsuno. And their name was changed to Veroskronos Tsuno from 2021 season.
League and cup recordEdit
|Season||Division||Pos.||GP||W||W (PK)||L (PK)||L||F||A||GD||Pts|
|2014||Miyazaki Prefectural League||1st||8||8||0||0||0||24|
|2015||Kyushu Soccer League||3rd||18||10||1||4||3||55||43||12||36||1st Round||1st Round|
|2016||1st||9||8||0||1||0||25||11||14||25||Did not qualify|
- Miyazaki Prefectural League
- Champions: 2014
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Official website (in Japanese)