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Chiaki Yamada

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Chiaki Yamada (山田 千愛, Yamada Chiaki, born August 2, 1966) is a former Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Chiaki Yamada has received more than 5,063 page views. Her biography is available in 35 different languages on Wikipedia (down from 36 in 2019). Chiaki Yamada is the 2,643rd most popular soccer player (up from 3,372nd in 2019), the 1,202nd most popular biography from Japan (up from 1,219th in 2019) and the 217th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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  • 45.84

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 35

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 23.26

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.16

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Chiaki Yamada ranks 2,643 out of 16,880Before her are Hwang Sun-hong, Emmanuel Scheffer, Aleksandr Ponomarev, François Omam-Biyik, Georg Buschner, and Oscar. After her are Eivar Widlund, Simone Perrotta, Rubén Pagnanini, André Vandewyer, Lei Clijsters, and Zdravko Rajkov.

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Among people born in 1966, Chiaki Yamada ranks 192Before her are Stefan Raab, Marin Hinkle, David Filo, Quorthon, François Omam-Biyik, and Dan Schneider. After her are Omar Souleyman, Luis Milla, Miljenko Jergović, Tihomir Orešković, Olaf Thon, and Femke Halsema.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Chiaki Yamada ranks 1,202 out of 6,048Before her are Keiji Fujiwara (1964), Shoko Hamada (1950), Namie Amuro (1977), Sanae Mishima (1957), Mikio Aoki (1934), and Hyde (1969). After her are Hironobu Kageyama (1961), Satoshi Yamaguchi (1959), Chushiro Hayashi (1920), Iccho Itoh (1945), Marie Kondo (1984), and Maya Yoshida (1988).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Chiaki Yamada ranks 217Before her are Yuto Nagatomo (1986), Yoshio Kikugawa (1944), Hitoshi Sasaki (1891), Shu Kamo (1939), Shoko Hamada (1950), and Sanae Mishima (1957). After her are Satoshi Yamaguchi (1959), Maya Yoshida (1988), Yasuhito Endō (1980), Masuyo Shiraishi (1963), Katsuyoshi Kuwahara (1944), and Tatsuhiko Seta (1952).