Saturday, 23 October 2021


The Roasso mascot was selected even before the team emerged in its current form. Horse-breeding is a fairly common industry in Kumamoto, with many of the country's best racing horses produced in the area. In its pre-J.League form, the Scarlet Stallion was named "Ross", and was a fairly crude cartoon horse. However, after being accepted as an official J.League team, his name was changed to Roasso, and he received a design makeover which should please the kiddies.

Hi-ho Roasso! 

Old Uniforms

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2008 (H) 2008 (A) 2009 (H) 2009 (A) 2010 (H) 2010 (A)
2011 (H) 2011 (A) 2012 (H) 2012 (A) 2013 (H) 2013 (A)
2014 (H) 2014 (A) 2015 (H) 2015 (A) 2016 (H) 2016 (A)
2017 (H) 2017 (A) 2018 (H) 2018 (A) 2019 (H) 2019 (A)