• Kyodo


The J. League said Friday it will continue its charity activities to raise funds for tragedy-hit Brazilian side Chapecoense and will also invite its youth team to a soccer tournament it hosts in summer.

Members of Chapecoense, including the coach and four players who previously had stints in Japan, died in a fatal airplane accident in November while traveling to the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final in Colombia.

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