Kenta Hasegawa

1965 - Today

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Kenta Hasegawa (長谷川 健太, Hasegawa Kenta, born September 25, 1965) is a former Japanese football player and manager. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Kenta Hasegawa has received more than 49,663 page views. His biography is available in 55 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 51 in 2019). Kenta Hasegawa is the 3,899th most popular soccer player (down from 3,151st in 2019), the 1,334th most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,035th in 2019) and the 326th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Kenta Hasegawa ranks 3,899 out of 16,923Before him are Johnny Schuth, Shkodran Mustafi, John Lauridsen, Diego Placente, Lucas Digne, and Trent Alexander-Arnold. After him are Jean-Alain Boumsong, Álvaro Odriozola, Jordi Roura, Roland Wohlfarth, Raúl Bravo, and Raúl García.

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Among people born in 1965, Kenta Hasegawa ranks 317Before him are Jessica Hecht, Ron Eldard, D. J. Caruso, Miguel Pardeza, Henrik Andersen, and Ľubomír Moravčík. After him are Adrian Pasdar, Todd Bridges, Anders Limpar, Rodrigo Prieto, Yuji Naka, and Kathryn Erbe.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Kenta Hasegawa ranks 1,334 out of 5,560Before him are Kei Nishikori (1989), Takayoshi Yamano (1955), Samaire Armstrong (1980), Yukiko Okada (1967), Mana (1969), and Rica Matsumoto (1968). After him are Yoshinori Kitase (1966), Eiji Ueda (1953), Mika Nakashima (1983), Akihiko Hoshide (1968), Nana Mizuki (1980), and Hiroki Sakai (1990).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Kenta Hasegawa ranks 326Before him are Hiromi Hara (1958), Kae Nishina (1972), Kazuyoshi Nakamura (1955), Satoshi Yamaguchi (1959), Tomoyasu Asaoka (1962), and Takayoshi Yamano (1955). After him are Eiji Ueda (1953), Hiroki Sakai (1990), Naohiro Takahara (1979), Hisashi Kato (1956), Emiko Kubo (1966), and Tsuyoshi Kitazawa (1968).