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The Japan–United States women's soccer rivalry is a sports rivalry between the national women's football teams of Japan and the United States, two of the most successful women's football nations in the world, having achieved eight straight Women's World Cup appearances between the two countries. However, the United States has dominated Japan since 1986, having won 28 of the 37 matches.
The Japan national football team , nicknamed the Samurai Blue (サムライ・ブルー), represents Japan in men's international football and it's controlled by the Japan Football Association (JFA), the governing body for football in Japan. The current head coach is Hajime Moriyasu, who is also the current coach of the Japan U-23 team.
The Japan national rugby union team , is traditionally the strongest rugby union power in Asia and has enjoyed and endured mixed results against non-Asian teams over the years. Rugby union in Japan is administered by the Japan Rugby Football Union (JRFU), which was founded in 1926.
Al-Bahrain Sports Club , otherwise simply known as Bahrain, is primarily a Bahraini football club based in the island-governorate of Al-Muharraq. Their football team currently plays in the Bahraini Premier League.
Bahrain Cycling Academy is a Bahraini UCI Continental cycling team founded in 2017.The team support the next generation of Bahrain cyclists, in order to improve them to the world top level.
Bahrain sent a delegation to compete at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, which were held from 15 September to 1 October 2000. This was the fifth consecutive Summer Olympics the Kingdom took part in.
Bahrain competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom from 27 July to 12 August 2012. This nation marked its eighth appearance in the Summer Olympics.
Bahrain competed at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. The team included five athletes, all of whom were men.
Bahrain competed at the 2011 World Championships in Athletics from August 27 to September 4 in Daegu, South Korea.