Meet The Team

Goshi Okubo


Born in Iwanuma City, Miyagi Prefecture
Started his professional career with J1 Vegalta Sendai.
In Japan, he played for JFL Sony Sendai FC, J2 Montedio Yamagata, and J2 Kyoto Sanga F.C.
In Thailand, he played for BANGKOK GLASS, PTT RAYONG FC, MOF CUSTOMS, and NAVY FC.
He is still based in the Thai capital, Bangkok, where he is current player of Bangkok FC, which has a partnership with J-League club Vegalta Sendai..
 He is a PR ambassador for Miyagi tourism. Iwanuma Kenko Ambassador.
Former U18 Japan national team member. Certified as a personal trainer by the Personal Stretching Association of Japan.

Yusuke Kato


After graduating from high school, he went to Argentina and signed a professional contract with a local first division club. After playing in Japan and India, he challenged the Thai league. He played in the Thai league for five years in the first and second division teams. After that, he played in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Mongolia, and Bangladesh before retiring in December 2021. He is certified by the Japan Personal Stretching Society (JPS Society) and has completed a personal stretching/personal training course.

Woranate Townung


Born in Bangkok, he played professionally for 7 years and has been coaching for 8 years.He played with Coach Yusuke as a player and assisted him many times as a right back specialized.
He is especially trusted by Thai children, and since he speaks fluent English, he enjoys working with all the children, sometimes strictly, in order to improve the level of the team.  

Kazuki Murakami


Born in Ehime
After graduating from university, he played in the J-League for three years. After that, he played for 6 teams in Thailand for 10 seasons, starting with Chiangrai United.
While coaching children, he is aiming to return to active duty.
He is fluent in Thai and has been active in various charitable projects.
He also holds a Japan Football Association Coach C License.

Korraphat Nimnuan

GK Coach

Born in Bangkok, he studied sports management at university. After graduating from university with a degree in sports management, he played GK for Muangtong United in the Thai League, where he won the league championship. G Diploma License coach from the Football Association of Thailand.

Yuta Hosokawa


He started playing football after watching the World Cup 2002, and was attracted to futsal when he was in high school, so he entered a futsal school after graduation.While still in school, he played for Baldrar Urayasu, and after retiring, he continued to gain experience as a coach at the futsal school Tokyu S. Reyes.Based on his extensive coaching experience, he teaches children not only football but also various other skills such as futsal-specific techniques.

Kantira Saeheng


เBorn in Nagano Prefecture
Born in Nagano Prefecture and raised in Japan until the 4th grade of elementary school, then came to Thailand.
After graduating from a national university in Thailand with a degree in Japanese language, she worked as a secretary, manager, and interpreter for Japanese companies and restaurants. She has also been active in the soccer industry, interpreting at press conferences for the Thai Football Association.
She holds a Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level 2.