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Team Overview

Lively, cheerful, positive, and single-minded.

Established in 1985 making “autonomy” of the players as the team’s motto.
Claiming victory in Kanto Industrial and Commercial Basketball League Division 4 in the same year the team joined, it only took four years to be promoted to division 2 (current W1 league) in Women’s Japan Basketball League (WJBL).

In 1983, Fujitsu named its women’s basketball team “RedWave” with the intention to “become a threat of red wave even to the most formidable opponents” which they did embodied the idea by being promoted to the Women's Japan Basketball League (WJBL) top division (current W league). After making a leap forward to the finals of the All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup) for the first time since establishment in 2004 and finally taking the first title in 2006, RedWave won third back to back victories until 2008. The team has also achieved its long-held desire to win the first W League title in FY 2007, leading the league in two championships. RedWave has grown into a team that represents W League always ranking in the top by taking second place in 2014 and in 2015.

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With the motto “Lively, cheerful, positive, and solid-minded”, the team will continuously deliver aggressive basketball games with high shooting percentage and sense of speed, working together to aim “The Top” in an effort of encouraging and moving their fans.

Furthermore, as “Hometown Sports Promotion Partners” of Kawasaki-city, where they are based in, RedWave will be working in partnership with the city of Kawasaki to support on CSR activities such as hosting basketball “Friendship Classroom (Fureai Kyoshitsu)”, promoting basketball, and enlivening sports as a whole.

Establishment

March 1985

Main Location

Fujitsu Kawasaki Gymnasium
4-1-1 Kamikodanaka, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki-shi

History and Result

YEAR Results
1985 Established
Won the Kanto Industrial and Commercial Basketball League Division 4 (Promoted to division 3)
1986 Won the Kanto Industrial and Commercial Basketball League Division 3 (Promoted to division 2)
1987 Won the Kanto Industrial and Commercial Basketball League Division 2 (Promoted to division 1)
1988 Recruited the first foreign player in the Kanto Industrial and Commercial Basketball Federation Leagues
Finished 2nd in the Kanto Industrial and Commercial Basketball League Division 1 (Promoted to WJBL Division 2)
1989 Started as a representative sports club
Finished 2nd in the 23rd WJBL Division 2
1993 Named its team “RedWave”
1994 Finished 2nd in the 28th WJBL Division 2 – First long-sought promotion to WJBL Division 1
1995 Finished in 12th place in the 29th WJBL Division 1 – Relegated to Division 2
1996 Finished 2nd in the 30th WJBL Division 2 – Remained in Division 2
1997 Finished 2nd in the 31st WJBL Division 2 – Re-promoted to WJBL Division 1
1998 Finished in 9th place in the 32nd WJBL Division 1 – Re-relegated to WJBL Division 2
1999 Finished in 4th place in the 1st W1 League
(Founded in 1999, WJBL Division 1 change its name to W League and WJBL Division 2 to W1 League)
2000 Finished in 2nd place in the 2nd W1 League
2001 Won the 3rd W1 League – Promoted to W League
2002 Finished in 5th place in the 4th W League
2003 Finished in 3rd place in the 5th W League
Finished 2nd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2004 Finished in 5th place in the 6th W League
Finished 2nd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2005 Finished in 3rd place in the 7th W League
Won the title in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2006 Finished in 2nd place in the 8th W League
Won the second straight victory in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2007 Won the first title in the 9th W League
Won the third straight victory in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2008 Finished in 4th place in the 10th W League
Finished 2nd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2009 Finished in 3rd place in the 11th W League
Finished 3rd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2010 Finished in 4th place in the 12th W League
Finished 2nd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2011 Finished in 4th place in the 13th W League
Reached the final eight in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2012 Finished in 3rd place in the 14th W League
Finished 3rd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2013 Finished in 4th place in the 15th W League
Finished 3rd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2014 Finished in 2nd place in the 16th W League
Finished 3rd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2015 Finished in 2nd place in the 17th W League
Finished 3rd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2016 Two players participated in Rio 2016 Summer Olympics – Finished in 8th place after advancing to the final round in Olympic Basketball Tournament for Women
Finished in 5th place in the 18th W League
Finished 2nd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)
2017年 Finished in 5th place in the 19th W League
Finished 3rd in All Japan Basketball Tournament (Empress Cup)