|Japan J2-League||05/25 10:00||18||Mito Hollyhock vs Albirex Niigata||-||View|
|Japan J2-League||05/29 06:00||19||JEF Utd Chiba vs Mito Hollyhock||-||View|
|Japan Cup||06/01 10:00||8||Mito Hollyhock vs Renofa Yamaguchi||-||View|
|Japan J2-League||06/05 05:00||20||Omiya Ardija vs Mito Hollyhock||-||View|
|Japan J2-League||06/12 05:00||21||Mito Hollyhock vs Montedio Yamagata||-||View|
|Japan J2-League||06/18 09:00||22||Roasso Kumamoto vs Mito Hollyhock||-||View|
|Japan J2-League||05/21 07:00||17|| Mito Hollyhock v Grulla Morioka FC ||W||3-0|
|Japan J2-League||05/14 06:00||16|| Tokyo Verdy v Mito Hollyhock ||W||0-2|
|Japan J2-League||05/08 05:00||15|| Mito Hollyhock v Machida Zelvia ||D||0-0|
|Japan J2-League||05/04 05:00||14|| Fagiano Okayama v Mito Hollyhock ||L||2-1|
|Japan J2-League||04/30 07:00||13|| Mito Hollyhock v Ventforet Kofu ||W||2-1|
|Japan J2-League||04/27 10:00||12|| V-Varen Nagasaki v Mito Hollyhock ||L||1-0|
|Japan J2-League||04/23 07:00||11|| Mito Hollyhock v Renofa Yamaguchi ||W||3-2|
|Japan J2-League||04/17 05:00||10|| Mito Hollyhock v Tokushima Vortis ||D||1-1|
|Japan J2-League||04/10 05:00||9|| Zweigen Kanazawa v Mito Hollyhock ||D||1-1|
|Japan J2-League||04/03 05:00||8|| Thespa Kusatsu v Mito Hollyhock ||L||2-1|
|Japan J2-League||03/30 10:00||7|| Mito Hollyhock v Tochigi SC ||L||0-1|
|Japan J2-League||03/26 05:00||6|| Mito Hollyhock v Roasso Kumamoto ||W||2-0|
|Failed to score||12||9||3|
Mito HollyHock (水戸ホーリーホック, Mito Hōrīhokku) is a Japanese professional football (soccer) club, currently playing in the J2 League. The team's hometown is located in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture.
Its nickname "HollyHock" derives from the family crest of the Tokugawa clan who governed from Mito in the Edo period.
The club was founded in 1990 as Prima Aseno FC by the factory workers of Prima Ham (a food company) in Tsuchiura. It changed its name to Prima Ham FC Tsuchiura and gained promotion to the Japan Football League after finishing as runner-up in the 1996 Regional League play-off. It merged with FC Mito (founded in 1994) and re-branded itself as Mito HollyHock before the start of the 1997 season when Prima Ham decided to discontinue its financial support to the club.
Mito's application to play in the inaugural 1999 season of J. League Division 2 was initially turned down due to an unstable financial and fan base. However, after finishing 3rd in the Japan Football League in 1999 and gaining support, the club was invited into the J. League in 2000.
As of 2016, Mito HollyHock fields teams in women's football in Kanto league division 2, and ice hockey in the Ibaraki prefecture league.