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Player Management – Honda Estilo

Player Management

We support individuals by helping them achieve their dreams on and off the field.

KEISUKE HONDA | Entrepreneur / A.C. Milan

KEISUKE HONDA started his professional soccer career in 2005 – playing in Japan, Netherlands, Russia and now Italy, wearing the coveted number 10 for A.C. Milan. He also represented Japan in both the 2010 and 2014 World Cup where he was the only player in Japan to score goals in both tournaments. As an entrepreneur, he started his own management company, HONDA ESTILO, in 2007. Since then, the company has acquired a professional soccer club in Austria and has established over 60 soccer schools with over 3000 students. In 2016, he opened an office in the United States to expand his business.

Notable Awards
GQ Japan Man Of the Year 2010, 2011 AFC Asia Cup MVP, Nikkei Business Change Makers of the Year 2014, Digital Garage First Penguin Award 2016, United Nations Foundation Global Advocate for Youth 2016, MIT Media Lab Director’s Fellow 2016

Present Endorsements
GaGa Milano, Tokyo Nishikawa

Past Endorsements
Aeon, Asahi, Benesse, Docomo, Cartier, Coca-Cola, Fits, Konami, Mercedes-Benz, McDonald’s, Olympus, Rakuten Mobile, Shiseido, Uniqlo

Official Keisuke Honda Site

Follow Keisuke Honda:

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    • Wimbledon Junior – Boys’ Singles: Top 16
    • US Open Junior Tennis Championship – Doubles: Top 4 (semifinal)
    • Australian Open Junior Championships – Singles: Top 32, Doubles: Top 16
    • Roland Garros Junior French Championships – Doubles: Top 16
    • The Junior Championships, Wimbledon – Singles: Top 16
    • US Open Junior Tennis Championship – Singles: Top 32, Doubles: Top 4 (semifinal)


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    • 2013 Kansai Amateur
      Golf Championship – Champion
    • 2013 Japan Amateur
      Gold Championship – Champion
    • Kansai Open – Top 31
    • Token Cup – Top 19