|Full name||Tegevajaro Miyazaki|
|Stadium||Unilever Stadium Shintomi|
|2021||3rd of 15|
Tegevajaro Miyazaki (テゲバジャーロ宮崎, Tegebājaro Miyazaki) is a Japanese football club based in Miyazaki, the capital city of Miyazaki Prefecture. They play in the J3 League.
Born in 1965 as Kadokawa Club, the club have twice changed their name; first they became Andiamo Kadokawa 1965 in 2004 and then MSU (Miyazaki Sportsmen United) FC in 2007. The current name came only in January 2015: Tegevajaro is a mix formed by tege, the Miyazaki dialect pronunciation of the word sugoi ("cool, amazing") and the Spanish words vaca and pájaro (which mean "cow" and "bird"). In the logo, you can also visualize the Miyazaki-jingū.
Tegevajaro Miyazaki aspired to join the J. League; they first aimed for the J3 League in 2017 season, but their first target was to reach the Japan Football League. Nobuhiro Ishizaki was chosen in 2017 to coach the club, while former J1 League players Yasuhito Morishima and Keiji Takachi signed for the team.
In the 2020 season, Tegevajaro finished in second position and were promoted to J3 for the first time in the club's history for the 2021 season.
The results are the ones under the current denomination.
|League||Emperor's Cup||Shakaijin Cup|
|Season||Division||Tier||Teams||Position||P||W (PK)||D||L (PK)||F||A||GD||Pts||Attendance/G|
|MSU (Miyazaki Sportsmen United) FC|
|5||10||7th||18||3 (3)||10 (2)||23||54||-31||17||Did not qualify||–|
|5||10||2nd||18||11 (4)||3 (0)||47||13||34||41||Did not qualify||1st round|
|2016||10||2nd||9||7 (0)||1 (1)||26||5||21||22||1st round|
|2017||11||1st||20||18 (1)||1 (0)||70||12||58||56||2nd round|
|4||16||12th||30||9||5||16||43||60||-17||32||404||2nd round||Not eligible|
|2021||J3||3||15||3rd||28||16||5||7||44||31||13||53||1,124||Did not qualify|
Kyushu Soccer League
Updated 1 March 2022.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Head Coach||Yasushi Takasaki|
|Assistant Head Coach||Kenichiro Meta|
|Goalkeeper Coach||Hiroki Nakamura|
|Conditioning Coach||Shuichi Yoshimura|
|Nobuhiro Ishizaki||Japan||1 February 2017||21 Juny 2018|
|Keiji Kuraishi||Japan||22 June 2018||31 January 2021|
|Naruyuki Naitō||Japan||1 February 2021||31 January 2022|
|Yasushi Takasaki||Japan||1 February 2022||Current|
|Home kit -1st|
2018 - 2020
|Away kit - 2nd|
2018 - 2020