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Masahiro Sekita (関田 誠大, Sekita Masahiro, born 20 November 1993) is a Japanese male professional volleyball player from Tokyo. He currently plays in Polish league, PlusLiga, for Cuprum Lubin and Japan men’s national volleyball team. He used to be the captain of Japan U-21 national team in 2012 Asian Junior Men’s Volleyball Championship and 2013 FIVB Volleyball Men’s U21 World Championship.
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Masahiro was the captain of Japan U-21 national team, since 2012 to 2013. Then, he had registered for Japan senior national team for the first time in 2016. In 2021, Masahiro was one of the setters in Japanese roster, which played in 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Japanese team advanced to the quarterfinals round in 29 years and at the end, he ranked the 7th place in the best setters category.
Japan Toyo High School 
Japan Chuo University
Japan Panasonic Panthers (2016–2018) 
Japan Osaka Blazers Sakai (2018–2021)
Poland Cuprum Lubin (2021–present)
2012 Asian Junior Men’s Volleyball Championship – MVP award
2012 Asian Junior Men’s Volleyball Championship – Gold medal with cup.svg Gold Medal
2019 Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship – Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze Medal
After 2020 Summer Olympics, Masahiro became a new brand ambassador for Mizuno, a Japanese sports equipment and sportswear company.
Full name Masahiro Sekita
Born November 20, 1993 (age 27)
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 72 kg (159 lb)
Spike 311 cm (122 in)
Block 295 cm (116 in)
College(s) Chuo University
Current club Poland Cuprum Lubin
Number 12 (National)
11 (Blazers Sakai)
2012–2013 Japan U–21 national team
2016–present Japan senior national team