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Name Japanese Name Headquarters Reg. in Notes Yamabishi.svg Yamaguchi-gumi VI 六代目山口組 Kobe, Hyogo 1992 Yamaguchi means the surname of the boss and kumi or gumi means group. 稲川会代紋.png Inagawa-kai 稲川会 Minato, Tokyo 1992 Inagawa means the surname of the boss and kai means organization or society. It is a member of the Kantō-Shinboku-kai (Kanto social gathering). 住吉会.png Sumiyoshi-kai 住吉会 Minato, Tokyo 1992 Sumiyoshi means the name of place. It is a member of the Kantō-Shinboku-kai. Aizukotetsu-kai.png Aizu-Kotetsu-kai VI 六代目会津小鉄会 Kyoto, Kyoto 1992 It was renamed from Aizu-Kotetsu in 1998. Aizu Kotetsu means the nickname of the first boss and Aizu means the name of place. Kudo-kai.png Kudō-kai V 五代目工藤會 Kitakyushu, Fukuoka 1992 It was renamed from Kudō-rengō-Kusano-ikka in 1999. Kudō means the surname of the boss. It is a member of the Yonsha-kai (Four social gathering). 沖縄旭琉会.png Kyokuryū-kai 旭琉會 Okinawa, Okinawa 1992 It was renamed from Okinawa-Kyokuryū-kai in 2011. 共政会.png Kyōsei-kai V 五代目共政会 Hiroshima, Hiroshima 1992 It is a member of the Gosha-kai (Five social gathering). 合田一家.png Gōda-ikka VII 七代目合田一家 Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi 1992 Gōda means the surname of the boss and ikka means family. It is a member of the Gosha-kai. Kozakura-ikka.png Kozakura-ikka IV 四代目小桜一家 Kagoshima, Kagoshima 1992 Asano-gumi.png Asano-gumi V 五代目浅野組 Kasaoka, Okayama 1992 Asano means the surname of the boss. It is a member of the Gosha-kai. 道仁会.png Dōjin-kai 道仁会 Kurume, Fukuoka 1992 It is a member of the Yonsha-kai. Shinwa-kai.png Shinwa-kai II 二代目親和会 Takamatsu, Kagawa 1992 It is a member of the Gosha-kai. 双愛会.png Sōai-kai 双愛会 Ichihara, Chiba 1992 It is a member of the Kantō-Shinboku-kai. Kyodo-kai.png Kyōdō-kai III 三代目俠道会 Onomichi, Hiroshima 1993 It is a member of the Gosha-kai. 太州会.png Taishū-kai 太州会 Tagawa, Fukuoka 1993 Taishū means the nickname of the first boss. It is a member of the Yonsha-kai. 酒梅組.png Sakaume-gumi IX 九代目酒梅組 Osaka, Osaka 1993 極東会.png Kyokutō-kai 極東会 Toshima, Tokyo 1993 Kyokutō means Far East. It is a member of the Kantō-Shinnō-Doushi-kai (Kanto Shennong Association). It is a tekiya group. 東組.png Azuma-gumi II 二代目東組 Osaka, Osaka 1993 Azuma means the surname of the boss. 松葉会.png Matsuba-kai 松葉会 Taito, Tokyo 1994 Matsuba means pine needle, is kamon of the boss of predecessor syndicate Sekine-gumi. It is a member of the Kantō-Shinboku-kai. 福博会.png Fukuhaku-kai III 三代目福博会 Fukuoka, Fukuoka 2000 Fukuhaku means the name of place, Hakata Fukuoka. Namikawa-kai 浪川会 Omuta, Fukuoka 2008 It was formed from split from Dojin-kai in 2006 and remained active until on June 11, 2013, when the senior members of the Kyushu Seido-kai said that the gang was disbanding to rejoin the Dojin-kai after resolving the problems the dispute had caused. On October 7, 2013 was formed the Namikawa-mutsumi-kai by upper members of the former Kyushu-Seido-kai when they visited a shrine in Kumamoto Prefecture when one member read aloud an oath announcing the formation of the new yakuza group, based in Omuta City, Fukuoka. Namikawa means the surname of the boss. Yamabishi.svg Kōbe-Yamaguchi-gumi 神戸山口組 Awaji, Hyogo 2016 It was split of Yamaguchi-gumi VI in 2015. Designated bōryokudan in the past Edit Name Japanese Name Headquarters Designated in Notes Ishikawa-ikka 石川一家 Saga 1993 - 1995 Ishikawa means the surname of the boss. It was joined to the Yamaguchi-gumi V in 1995. Dainippon-Heiwa-kai II 二代目大日本平和会 Hyogo 1994 – 1997 It was successor of Honda-kai. Dainippon means Great Japan and heiwa means peace. It was not designated update. Kumamoto-rengō Yamano-kai III 熊本連合 三代目山野会 Kumamoto 1998 – 2001 Kumamoto means the name of place and rengo means coalition. Yamano means the surname of the boss. It was destroyed. Kyokutō-Sakurai-sōke-rengō-kai 極東桜井總家連合会 Shizuoka 1993 – 2005 Sakurai means the surname of the boss, sōke means all family or head family and rengō-kai means federation. It disappeared. Kokusui-kai 國粹会 Tokyo 1994 – 2005 Kokusui means Japanese nationalism. It was joined to the Yamaguchi-gumi VI. Nakano-kai 中野会 Osaka 1999 – 2005 It was split from Yamaguchi-gumi in 1997. Nakano means the surname of the boss. It was disbanded in 2005. Kyokuryū-kai IV 四代目旭琉會 Okinawa 1992 – 2012 It has been merged into Okinawa-Kyokuryū-kai in 2011. Other notable bōryokudan Edit Name Japanese name Headquarters Boss Notes Seishin-kai 清心会 Iwate Ōta Seigo? (太田 清吾) Its core is the Tokyo-Seidai-Hoshi-ikka-Ota III (東京盛代星一家太田三代目). Genseida-Kōyū-kai 源清田交友会 Ibaraki Shiroo Tanabe (田名辺 城男) Its core is the Genseida-Tanabe III (源清田田名辺三代目). It had once belonged to the Zen-Nihon-Genseida-rengo-kai (全日本源清田連合会). Matsuba-kai-Sekine-gumi 松葉会関根組 Ibaraki Nariaki Ōtsuka (大塚 成晃) It was split from Matsuba-kai in 2014. Sekine is the surname of the boss. Chōrakuji-ikka III 三代目長楽寺一家 Tochigi Kazuo Hori (堀 和雄) Yorii-sōke VII 七代目寄居宗家 Gunma Kiyoshi Kawada? (川田 清史) It withdrew from Kōdō-kai. Yorii is a place name and soke means head family. Yorii-bunke V 寄居分家五代目 Gunma Hiroshi Godai (五代 博) Bunke means branch family. Member of the Kantō-Shinnō-Doushi-kai. Kameya-ikka V 五代目亀屋一家 Saitama Akira Shirahata? (白畑 晟) It was split from Takezawa-kai. Yoshiha-kai VII 七代目吉羽会 Saitama Kiyomasa Nakamura (中村 清正) It was split from Takezawa-kai. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Takezawa-kai 竹澤会 Chiba Haruo Ōtawa (太田和 春雄) Formerly known as Zen-Takezawa-rengō-kai. Takezawa is the surname of the boss. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Asakusa-Sanzun V 五代目浅草三寸 Tokyo Yutaka Fujisaki (藤咲 豊) Asakusa is a place name and sanzun is a kind of tekiya. Anegasaki-kai 姉ヶ崎会 Tokyo Shigetami Nakanome (中野目 重民) Formerly known as Anegasaki-rengō-kai in 2006. Anegasaki is a place name. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Iijima-kai VIII 八代目飯島会 Tokyo Kanji Nishikawa? (西川 冠士) Formerly known as Zen-Nihon-Iijima-rengō-kai. Iijima is the surname of the boss. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Okaniwa-kai 岡庭会 Tokyo Seiichirō Okaniwa (岡庭 清一郎) Okaniwa is the surname of the boss. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Kawaguchiya-kai 川口家会 Tokyo Kiyoshi Osaka (大坂 清) Kanda-Takagi VII 神田高木七代目 Tokyo Akira Nagamura (長村 昭) Kanda is a place name and Takagi is the surname of the boss. Shitaya-Hanajima-kai? 下谷花島会 Tokyo Ōsaka Isamu]]? (大坂 勇) Shitaya is a place name. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Jōshūya-kai 上州家会 Tokyo Katsuhiko Itō]] (伊藤 勝彦) Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Shinmon-rengō-kai 新門連合会 Tokyo Naoaki Kasama (笠間 直明) It has inherited the genealogy of Shinmon Tatsugoro. Sugitō-kai 杉東会 Tokyo Tomoaki Nohara (野原 朝明) Sugitō means east of Suginami. Formerly known as Sugitō-rengō-kai. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Daigo-kai 醍醐会 Tokyo Hideo Aoyama (青山 秀夫) Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Chōjiya-kai 丁字家会 Tokyo Gorō Yoshida]] (吉田 五郎) Formerly known as Zen-Chōjiya-rengō-kai. Chōjiya means clove merchants. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Tenjin'yama 天神山 Tokyo unknown Split from Kyokutō-kai. Tōa-kai 東亜会 Tokyo Yoshio Kaneumi (金海 芳雄) Successor to Tōsei-kai]]. Tōa means East Asia. Member of the Kanto-Shinboku-kai. Hashiya-kai 箸家会 Tokyo Kōtarō Satō (佐藤 幸太郎) Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Hanamata-kai 花又会 Tokyo Akira Kiyono (清野 昭) Formerly known as Hanamata-rengō-kai. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Masuya-kai 桝屋会 Tokyo Sotojirō Higashiura (東浦 外次郎) Formerly known as Zen-Masuya-rengō-kai. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Matsuzakaya-ikka V 五代目松坂屋一家 Tokyo Takichi Nishimura (西村 太吉) Ryōgokuya-kai 両国家会 Tokyo unknown Formerly known as Zen-Ryōgokuya-rengō-kai. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Ametoku-rengō-kai 飴德連合会 Kanagawa Hideya Nagamochi? (永持 英哉) Ametoku is the nickname of the first boss. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Tokuriki-ikka V 五代目徳力一家 Kanagawa unknown Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Yokohama-Kaneko-kai 横浜金子会 Kanagawa Takashi Terada (寺田 隆) Yokohama is a place name and Kaneko is the surname of the boss. Member of the Kanto-Shinno-Doushi-kai. Sakurai-sōke 櫻井總家 Shizuoka Hiroyoshi Sano (佐野 宏好) It is successor of Kyutō-Sakurai-sōke-rengō-kai. Chūkyō-Shinnō-kai 中京神農会 Aichi Eizō Yamagashira? (山頭 栄三) It was split from Dōyū-kai. Chūkyō is a place name and Shinno is Shennong, a mythical sage ruler of prehistoric China. Marutomi-rengō-kai 丸富連合会 Kyoto Satoshi Kitahashi? (北橋 斉) Sanshaku-gumi-honke IV 大阪四代目三尺組本家 Osaka Aizō Tanaka (田中 愛造) Naoshima-Giyū-kai 直嶋義友会 Osaka Tadashi Noda (野田 忠志) Naoshima is the surname of the boss. Kōbe-Hakurō-kai-sōhonbu V 五代目神戸博労会総本部 Hyogo Shikano Noboru? (鹿野 昇) Kōbe and Hakurō is a place name. Chūsei-kai 忠成会 Hyogo Tadaaki Ōmori (大森 匡晃) Matsuura-gumi II 二代目松浦組 Hyogo Kazuo Kasaoka (笠岡 一雄) Matsuura is the surname of the boss. Konjin-Tsumura-sōhonke II 二代目金神津村總本家 Hiroshima Yoshisuke Tsumura? (津村 義輔) Sōhonke means all family or head family. Chūgoku-Takagi-kai III 三代目中国高木会 Hiroshima Hideyoshi Daigen? (大源 秀吉) Successor to Kyōsei-kai Murakami-gumi. Chūgoku is a place name and Takagi is the surname of the boss. Kyūshū-Kashida-kai III 三代目九州樫田会 Fukuoka Takashi Koga? (古賀 孝司) Kyūshū is a place name and Kashida is the surname of the boss. Tatekawa-kai? III 九州三代目立川会 Fukuoka Toshihiko Ikeura (池浦 敏彦) Nakanishi-kai 中西会 Fukuoka unknown Fujiie-kai? 藤家会 Fukuoka Mitsuo Nakao (中尾 光男) Fujiie is the surname of the boss. Kyūshū-Kumashiro-rengō ? 九州神代連合 Saga Katsuji Noguchi (野口 勝次) Kyūshū-Ozaki-kai II 二代目九州尾崎会 Nagasaki Kuniyuki Koga (古賀 國行) Ozaki is the surname of the boss. Kumamoto-kai III 三代目熊本會 Kumamoto Hidenori Morihara (森原 秀徳) Successor to Kumamoto-rengō. Member of the Yonsha-kai. Sanshin-kai 山心会 Kumamoto Atsushi Inoue (井上 厚) Successor to Kumamoto-rengō Yamano-kai. Formerly known as Sanshin-kai (山心会). Murakami-gumi III 九州三代目村上組 Oita Yoshishige Matsuoka (松岡 良茂) Murakami is the surname of the boss. Nishida-kai V 五代目西田会 Miyazaki Kazuo Tanaka (田中 一夫) Other prominent boryokudan Edit Name Japanese name Headquarters Notes Marumo-ikka 丸茂一家 Hokkaido Seiyū-kai 誠友会 Hokkaido Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi IV in 1985. Zen-Chojiya-Hachiya-rengo-kai 全丁字家蜂谷連合会 Hokkaido Disbanded in 1988, the remaining organizations have subscribed to Kenryu-kai and Kodo-kai. Yorii-Sekiho-rengo 寄居関保連合 Hokkaido Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. Umeya-Abe-rengo-kai 梅家阿部連合会 Hokkaido Merged with the Kodo-kai. Kigure-ikka 木暮一家 Hokkaido Merged with the Inagawa-kai. Aizuya-ikka-Kodaka 会津家一家小高 Hokkaido Koshijiya-rengo 越路家連合 Hokkaido Merged with the Inagawa-kai. Kanto-Komatsuya-ikka 関東小松家一家 Hokkaido Oshu-Umeya-rengo-kai 奥州梅家連合会 Aomori Merged with the Inagawa-kai. Oshu-Saikaiya-so-rengo-kai 奥州西海家総連合会 Miyagi Merged with the Sumiyoshi-kai. Tokyo-Seidai-Nishikido-kai 東京盛代錦戸会 Miyagi Merged with the Sumiyoshi-kai. Tokyo-Seidai-Kawasaki-kai 東京盛代川崎会 Miyagi Merged with the Sumiyoshi-kai. Nishikata-ikka 西方一家 Miyagi Anegasaki-Yagami-kai 姉ケ崎八神会 Akita Merged with the Inagawa-kai. Aizuya-ikka-Nomoto 会津家一家野本 Akita Merged with the Kyokuto-kai. Oshu-Yamaguchi-rengo 奥州山口連合 Yamagata Merged with the Sumiyoshi-kai. Oshu-Aizu-Kakusada-ikka 奥州会津角定一家 Fukushima Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. Maruto-kai 丸唐会 Fukushima Merged with the Sumiyoshi-kai. Matsuba-kai-Doushi-kai 松葉会同志会 Ibaraki Disbanded, then joined to the Matsuba-kai. Shinwa-kai 親和会 Tochigi Merged with the Sumiyoshi-kai. Kochiya-kai 河内家会 Tochigi Merged with the Kyokuto-kai. Zennihon-Yorii-rengo-kai 全日本寄居連合会 Gunma Disappeared. Kanto-Kumaya-rengo 関東熊屋連合 Saitama Merged with Kyokuto-kai. Zennihon-Genseida-rengo-kai 全日本源清田連合会 Chiba Disappeared. Kanto-Chojamachi-kai 関東長者町会 Chiba Merged with Sumiyoshi-kai. Minato-kai 港会 Tokyo Disbanded, then taken over by Sumiyoshi-kai. Kohei-ikka 幸平一家 Tokyo Merged with the Minato-kai. Doshida-ikka 圡支田一家 Tokyo Sekine-gumi 関根組 Tokyo Disbanded, then taken over by Matsuba-kai. Ando-gumi (Azuma-kogyo) 安東組 (東興業) Tokyo Disbanded. Tosei-kai 東声会 Tokyo Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi, then disbanded and taken over by Toa-kai. Koganei-ikka 小金井一家 Tokyo Merged with the Nibiki-kai. Nibiki-kai 二率会 Tokyo Disbanded. Hokusei-kai 北星会 Tokyo Disbanded. Kowa-kai 交和会 Tokyo Successor to the Hokusei-kai. Merged with the Inagawa-kai. Namai-ikka 生井一家 Tokyo Merged with the Kokusui-kai. Ochiai-ikka 落合一家 Tokyo Merged with the Kokusui-kai. Aizuya-rengo-kai 會津家連合会 Tokyo Merged with the Goto-gumi. Tokyo-Yasuda-kai 東京安田会 Tokyo Merged with the Rachi-gumi. Kanto-Hayashi-gumi-rengo-kai 関東林組連合会 Tokyo Kyokuto-Aio-rengo-kai 極東愛桜連合会 Tokyo Disbanded in 1967. Ishimoto-kai 石元会 Tokyo Ryogoku-kai 両国会 Tokyo Kinsei-kai 錦政会 Tokyo Joman-ikka 上萬一家 Tokyo Gijin-to 義人党 Kawasaki, Kanagawa Disbanded. The successor organization has joined the Sumiyoshi-kai. Kanto-Hayashi-gumi-rengo-kai 関東林組連合会 Yokohama-Saikaiya 横浜西海家 Kanagawa Merged with the Kyokuto-kai. Kawauchi-gumi 川内組 Fukui Merged with the Sugatani-gumi. Yamanashi-Kyōyū-kai 山梨侠友會 Yamanashi Split from Inagawa-kai in 2011. "Yamanashi" refers the name of place. Disbanded in 2016, joined Inagawa-kai and renamed Sano-gumi. Shinshu-Saito-ikka 信州斎藤一家 Nagano Yoshihama-kai 芳浜会 Gifu Ikeda-ikka 池田一家 Gifu Shimizu-ikka 清水一家 Shizuoka Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. 中泉一家 Shizuoka Reiganjima-Masuya-Hattori-kai 霊岸島桝屋服部会 Shizuoka Honganji-ikka 本願寺一家 Aichi Inabaji-ikka 稲葉地一家 Nagoya, Aichi Merged with the Kodo-kai. Unmeikyodo-kai 運命共同会 Aichi Disbanded. Hirai-ikka 平井一家 Toyohashi, Aichi Merged with the Unmeikyodo-kai. Tesshin-kai 鉄心会 Nagoya, Aichi Merged with the Unmeikyodo-kai. Chukyo-Asano-kai 中京浅野会 Aichi Merged with the Unmeikyodo-kai. Seto-ikka 瀬戸一家 Seto, Aichi Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. Doyu-kai 導友会 Nagoya, Aichi Merged with the Kodo-kai. Sankichi-ikka 三吉一家 Aichi Kira-ikka 吉良一家 Aichi Kusuriya-rengo-kai 薬屋連合会 Aichi Kumaya-ikka 熊屋一家 Aichi Nagoya-Chojamachi-ikka 名古屋長者町一家 Aichi Hiranoya-ikka 平野家一家 Nagoya, Aichi Merged with the Kodo-kai. Aio-kai 愛桜会 Mie Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. Kanbeya-ikka 神戸屋一家 Mie Shujiro-ikka 周次郎一家 Kamijo-gumi 上條組 Mie Ise-Kanbe-ikka 伊勢神戸一家 Mie Ise-Kawashima-ikka 伊勢川島一家 Mie Tsunan-ikka 津南一家 Mie Mizutani-ikka 水谷一家 Mie Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. Ise-Kamiya-ikka 伊勢紙谷一家 Mie Nakajima-rengo-kai 中島連合会 Kyoto Merged with the Aizu-Kotetsu-kai. Sunakogawa-gumi 砂子川組 Osaka Descended of Aizu Kotetsu. Nakamasa-gumi 中政組 Osaka Descended from of Aizu Kotetsu. 小久一家 Osaka 長政 Osaka Dankuma-kai 淡熊会 Osaka, Osaka Yamato-Nara-gumi 倭奈良組 Osaka Dajokan 大政官 Osaka I-rengo い聯合 Osaka Yamaguchi-gumi Yanagawa-gumi 山口組 柳川組 Osaka Hayano-kai 早野会 Osaka Oguruma-Makoto-kai 小車誠会 Osaka Imanishi-gumi 今西組 Osaka Merged with the Sakaume-gumi. Ono-ikka 大野一家 Osaka Minami-ikka 南一家 Osaka Sumida-kai 澄田会 Osaka Matsuda-gumi (Matsuda-rengo) 松田組 (松田連合) Osaka Hadani-gumi 波谷組 Osaka Disbanded in 1994. Komasa-gumi 小政組 Osaka Doi-gumi 土井組 Osaka 九紋龍組 Osaka Oshima-gumi 大嶋組 Hyogo Honda-kai 本多会 Hyogo Ichiwa-kai 一和会 Hyogo Disbanded. Suwa-ikka 諏訪一家 Hyogo Sasaki-gumi 佐々木組 Wakayama Takenaka-gumi 竹中組 Okayama Withdrew from the Yamaguchi-gumi. Kinoshita-kai 木下会 Okayama Takahashi-gumi 高橋組 Onomichi, Hiroshima Katsuura-kai 勝浦会 Tokushima Disbanded in 1998. Mori-kai 森会 Tokushima Matsuyama-rengo-kai 松山連合会 Ehime Merged with the Yamaguchi-gumi. Kyushu-Kyoyu-rengo-kai 九州侠友連合会 Fukuoka Seibu-rengo 西武連合 Karatsu, Saga Kumamoto-rengo 熊本連合 Kumamoto Kitaoka-kai 北岡会 Kumamoto Daimon-kai 大門会 Kumamoto

Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior (Portuguese pronunciation: [nejˈmaʁ dɐ ˈsiwvɐ ˈsɐ̃tus ˈʒũɲoʁ]; born 5 February 1992), commonly known as Neymar or Neymar Jr., is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a forward for French club Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazil national team.

Neymar ECUADOR vs BRASIL (29392285815) (cropped).jpg Neymar with Brazil in 2016 Personal information Full name Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior[1] Date of birth 5 February 1992 (age 25)[1] Place of birth Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil[2] Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[3][4][5] Playing position Forward Club information Current team Paris Saint-Germain Number 10 Youth career 1999–2003 Portuguesa Santista 2003–2009 Santos Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) 2009–2013 Santos 103 (54) 2013–2017 Barcelona 123 (68) 2017– Paris Saint-Germain 1 (1) National team‡ 2009 Brazil U17 3 (1) 2011 Brazil U20 7 (9) 2012–2016 Brazil U23 14 (8) 2010– Brazil 77 (52) Honours

Brazil

Olympic Games Gold medal – first place 2016 Rio de Janeiro Team Silver medal – second place 2012 London Team U-20 South American Championship First place 2011 Peru FIFA Confederations Cup Winner 2013 Brazil

  • Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 August 2017.

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 28 March 2017 Neymar came into prominence at an early age at Santos, where he made his professional debut aged 17. He helped the club win two successive Campeonato Paulista championships, a Copa do Brasil, and the 2011 Copa Libertadores, Santos' first continental title since 1963. Neymar was twice named the South American Footballer of the Year, in 2011 and 2012, before relocating to Europe to join Barcelona. As part of Barça's attacking trio with Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez, he won the continental treble of La Liga, the Copa del Rey, and the UEFA Champions League in the 2014–15 season, followed the next year by the domestic double. He came third for the FIFA Ballon d'Or in 2015. In August 2017, Neymar moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain in a transaction worth €222 million, making him the world's most expensive player.

Suicide Squad Suicide Squad (film) Poster.png Theatrical release poster Directed by David Ayer Produced by Charles Roven Richard Suckle Written by David Ayer Starring Will Smith Jared Leto Margot Robbie Joel Kinnaman Viola Davis Jai Courtney Jay Hernandez Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Ike Barinholtz Scott Eastwood Cara Delevingne Music by Steven Price Cinematography Roman Vasyanov Edited by John Gilroy Production company DC Entertainment RatPac-Dune Entertainment Atlas Entertainment Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Release date August 1, 2016 (Beacon Theatre) August 5, 2016 (United States) Running time 123 minutes[1] Country United States Language English Budget $175 million[2] Box office $745.6 million[3]