Wednesday, 02 December 2020

 

Marino-kun and Marinosuke

To symbolize Yokohama's maritime history and status as a major port city, what better animal to choose as a mascot than a seagull decked out in a sailor's outfit? Like most sailors, it would seem that Marino-kun is not very big on "family values". Unlike other clubs, the Marinos never saw fit to give him a wife or a girlfriend . . .

. . . and yet he still managed to spawn a seaglet named "Marinosuke". While this may make a certain amount of logical sense to adults, it may be awkward trying to explain this to the kids when they get old enough to ask where little mascots come from!


 

Yokohama Marinos / F.Marinos -- Team Uniforms (1992-present)

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1992 (H) 1992 (A) 1993 (H) 1993 (A) 1994 (H) 1994 (A)
95-96 (H) 97-98 (H) 1999 (H) 1999 (A) 2000 (H) 2000 (A)
2001 (H) 2001 (A) 2002 (H) 2002 (A) 2003 (H) 2003 (A)
2004 (H) 2004 (A) 2005 (H) 2005 (A) 2006 (H) 2006 (A)
2007 (H) 2007 (A) 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) 2020 (H) 2020 (A)