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Title: バレーボールのクラブ化 : Jリーグクラブのバレーボール競技への取り組み
Other Titles: A Professional Volleyball Club Independent of Its Corporate : The Involvement of a J-League Professional Soccer Team in Volleyball
Authors: 増山, 光洋
Masuyama, Mitsuhiro
Keywords: Jリーグクラブ
バレーボール
地域
J-League Professional Soccer Team
Volleyball
Community
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2007
Publisher: 育英短期大学
Citation: 育英短期大学研究紀要 24, 57-70, 2007
Abstract: There are numerous problems in a volleyball-league system that is composed of company-run teams alone in Japan. This system has long developed and gained status, producing many capable national players, and exhibiting the highest performance in a world contest. As time goes by, the system is faced with grave challenges that are imposing a serious threat to its existence. As many company-run teams of other sports such as soccer have become independent of their corporations, the conventional system is needed to change so as to play a leading role as a general sports club to galvanize local citizens' sport life and at the same time to improve the level of performance in sports. In 2001, Tokyo Verdy Volleyball Club was established as an interdependent club unlike a conventional company-run team, based on the management system of a J-league professional soccer club, attempting to participate in the volleyball league made up of companyrun teams and other activities. It actually doesn't belong to a corporate but supports itself by attaining sponsorship from many companies. It also regularly takes part in local activities. In spite of many problems lying in the new system of the Club, it would be a model case of volleyball team management in Japan.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/10934
ISSN: 0914-3351
Appears in Collections:第24号(2007.2)

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