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Founded in 1947 as Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. in Osaka city. It moved to Kashima, Ibaraki in 1975 and joined J. League on 1991. Its home towns are Kashima, Itako, Hasaki and Kamisu, all in Ibaraki. The team plays at Kashima Stadium .
Under Brazilian Zico, the once-national team coach, Kashima won the J. League 1st stage championship in 1993. In 2000, it won all three of the J. League, Nabisco Cup , and Emperor's Cup becoming the first team since the start of J. League to do so.
- 1993 - J. League 1st stage championship
- 1996 - J. League championship
- 1997 - J. League 1st stage championship, Nabisco Cup, Tenno Cup
- 1998 - J. League 2nd stage championship, J. League championship
- 2000 - J. League 2nd stage championship, J. League championship, Nabisco Cup, Emperor's Cup
- 2001 - J. League 2nd stage championship, J. League championship
- 2002 - Nabisco Cup
- 2003 - A3 Mazda Champion's Cup
- Alcindo Sartori
- Milton Da Cruz (played 1984 Summer Olympics )
- Atsushi Yanagisawa
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