Sei Fuwa

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Sei Fuwa is a soccer player born in 1914 in Tokyo, which is now part of modern day Tokyo, Japan. Sei Fuwa is currently 107 years old.

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sei Fuwa has received more than 5,860 page views. His biography is available in 37 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 30 in 2019). Sei Fuwa is the 982nd most popular soccer player (up from 1,098th in 2019), the 811th most popular biography from Japan (down from 760th in 2019) and the 174th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Sei Fuwa ranks 982 out of 16,923Before him are Jaroslav Pollák, Ángel Bossio, Antonio Cabrini, Jay-Jay Okocha, Virgil van Dijk, and Géza Kalocsay. After him are Ion Andoni Goikoetxea, Pietro Anastasi, Petar Zhekov, Néstor Combin, Esteban Cambiasso, and Anfilogino Guarisi.

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Among people born in 1914, Sei Fuwa ranks 149Before him are Poul Hartling, Arno Schmidt, Alfred Andersch, Maxim of Bulgaria, Gino Colaussi, and Ken Annakin. After him are Domènec Balmanya, Arvīds Jansons, Jersey Joe Walcott, Anatole Abragam, Kenny Clarke, and Dorival Caymmi.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Sei Fuwa ranks 811 out of 5,560Before him are Sadako Ogata (1927), Junji Ito (1963), Toyohiro Akiyama (1942), Kujō Yoritsune (1218), Naoya Shiga (1883), and Sanjō Sanetomi (1837). After him are Akashi Motojiro (1864), Takaaki Kajita (1959), Arai Hakuseki (1657), Kanō Eitoku (1543), Takayuki Kuwata (1941), and Takiji Kobayashi (1903).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Sei Fuwa ranks 174Before him are Shusaku Hirasawa (1949), Tokutaro Ukon (1913), Takao Orii (1950), Mitsuo Watanabe (1953), Mitsuo Kato (1953), and Hiroji Imamura (1949). After him are Takayuki Kuwata (1941), Keizo Imai (1950), Ichiji Otani (1912), Akemi Iwata (1954), Chieko Hase (1956), and Hidetoki Takahashi (1916).