1996

3rd place in the 51th National Sports Festival (hiroshima)

1997

52th National Sports Festival (osaka)

1998

Winner of the Second Division of the West Japan
Six on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

1999

5th place in the 54th National Sports Festival (kumamoto)
Winner of the First Division of the West Japan
Six on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

2000

5th place in the First Division of the West Japan Six
on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

2001

Winner of the Second Division of the West Japan
Six on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

2002

5th place in the First Division of the West Japan Six
on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

2003

3rd place in the 58th National Sports Festival (sizuoka)
5th place in the 25th All Japan Corporate Hockey Championship Tourament
Third place in the West Japan Women's Hockey League
Third place in the Second Division of the West Japan
Six on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

2004

59th National Sports Festival (saitama)
Third place in the West Japan Women's Hockey League
4th place in the Second Division of the West Japan
Six on Six Hockey Championship Tournament

2005

Debut at the 2005 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
8th place in the 2005 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
5th place in the 60th National Sports Festival (okayama)
4th place in the 27th All Japan Corporate Hockey Championship Tournament
5th place in the 66th All Japan Women's Hockey Championships

2006

7th place in the 2006 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
3rd place in the 61th National Sports Festival(hyogo)
Lost in the quarterfinal of the 28th All Japan Corporate
Hockey Championship Tourament

2007

The team name was changed to Coca-Cola West Red Sparks.
The home ground was built in December.
6th Place in the 2007 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
4th place in the 62th National Sports Festival (akita)
Lost in the quarterfinal of the 29th All Japan Corporate
Hockey Championship Tourament

2008

4th place in the 2008 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
2nd place in the 63th National Sports Festival (oita)
3rd place in the 30th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
2nd place in the 69th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2009

2nd place in the 2009 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League 1st round
3rd place in the 64th National Sports Festival (niigata)
3rd place in the 31th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
2nd place in the 70th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2010

2nd place in the 2010 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League 1st round
3rd place in the 65th National Sports Festival (chiba)
2nd place in the 32th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
2nd place in the 71th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2011

Winner of 2011 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League (first-time)
3rd place in the 66th National Sports Festival
Winner of the 33th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament (first-time)
2nd place in the 72th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2012

Winner of the 2012 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
2nd place in the 67th National Sports Festival (gifu)
Winner of the 34th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
Winner of the 73th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament (First time)

2013

2nd place in the 2013 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 68th National Sports Festival (First time)
2nd place in 35th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
2nd place in the 74th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2014

Winner of the 2014 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 69th National Sports Festival
Winner of the 36th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
2nd place in the 75th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2015

2nd Place in the 2015 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 70th National Sports Festival
2nd place in 37th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2016

4th Place in the 2016 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 71th National Sports Festival
2nd place in 38th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
3rd place in the 77th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2017

2nd Place in the 2017 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 72th National Sports Festival
3rd place in 39th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
3rd place in the 78th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2018

The team name was changed to Coca-Cola Red Sparks.
4th Place in the 2018 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 73th National Sports Festival (Fukui)
2nd place in the 40th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
2nd place in the 79th All Japan Corporate
Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2019

5th Place in the 2019 Prince Takamado Cup Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 74th National Sports Festival (Ibaraki)
Winner of the 41th All Japan Corporate Women's Hockey Championship Tournament
3rd Place in the 80th All Japan Corporate Women's Hockey Championship Tournament

2020

Winner of the Prince Takamado Trophy 2020 Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 75th National Sports Festival (cancel)
Winner of the 42th All Japan Working Women's Hockey Championship
Winner of the 81th All Japan Women's Hockey Championship

2021

2nd place, Prince Takamado Trophy 2021 Hockey Japan League
Winner of the 76th National Sports Festival (cancel)
Winner of the 43nth All Japan Working Women's Hockey Championship (cancel)
82th All Japan Women's Hockey Championship, 2nd place

2022

Winner of the Prince Takamado Trophy 2022 Hockey Japan League
2nd place, 77th National Sports Festival
2nd place, 44th All Japan Working Women's Hockey Championship
2nd place, 83rd All Japan Women's Hockey Championship

2023

Winner of the Prince Takamado Trophy 2023 Hockey Japan League
2nd place, Special National Sports Festival
All Japan Working Women's Hockey Championship (did not participate due to schedule conflicts with international games)
Winner of the 84th All Japan Women's Hockey Championship