Nagoya Grampus is a Japanese association soccer currently playing in the Japanese J. League Divsion 1. The club has been a fixture in the top flight of Japanese soccer since 1993 but did not win its first J. League championship until 2010.
Nagoya Grampus is current managed by Serbia and Nagoya Grampus legend Dragan StojkoviÄ‡. 2010 FIFA World Cup players Seigo Narazaki, Marcus Tulio Tanaka, Keiji Tamada (all Japan) and Joshua Kennedy (Australia) are currently on the club’s books.
Om Saturday, Nagoya Grampus unveiled its 2010 le coq sportif kit collection. The new Grampus kits will feature during the club’s J. League title defence and AFC Champions League campaigns this year.