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Japanese J1 League

The Japan J-League is Japan's top professional football league and one of the most successful competitions in Asia (AFC). The league has 18 competing football clubs. Starting this year the bottom placed clubs will be relegated to J2 the 2nd division in Japan. The league allows three foreign players and is expanding this limit to four foreign players. The current J-League Champion is the Kashima Antlers.

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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADP
1   Urawa Reds 32 18 7 7 50 29 +21 61
2   Gamba Osaka 32 18 5 9 56 30 +26 59
3   Kashima Antlers 32 17 6 9 60 37 +23 57
4   Sagan Tosu 32 18 2 12 39 32 +7 56
5 Kashiwa Reysol 32 15 9 8 43 39 +4 54
6 Kawasaki Frontale 32 15 6 11 53 41 +12 51
7 Yokohama F. Marinos 32 13 8 11 35 28 +7 47
8 Tokyo 32 12 10 10 46 32 +14 46
9 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 32 12 10 10 41 36 +5 46
10 Vissel Kobe 32 11 12 9 47 45 +2 45
11 Albirex Niigata 32 12 8 12 30 33 -3 44
12 Nagoya Grampus 32 11 9 12 43 46 -3 42
13   Ventforet Kofu 32 9 12 11 27 31 -4 39
14   Vegalta Sendai 32 8 11 13 33 47 -14 35
15   Shimizu S-Pulse 32 10 5 17 41 57 -16 35
16   Omiya Ardija 32 8 8 16 41 58 -17 32
17   Cerezo Osaka 32 7 10 15 35 42 -7 31
18   Tokushima Vortis 32 3 4 25 15 72 -57 13

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Y. Okubo Kawasaki Frontale 15 1
Y. Toyoda Sagan Tosu 15 2
Marquinhos Vissel Kobe 14 2
Pedro Junior Vissel Kobe 13 0
Y. Muto Tokyo 13 0
Y. Kobayashi Kawasaki Frontale 12 0
S. Koroki Urawa Reds 12 1
M. Novakovic Shimizu S-Pulse 12 0
Edu Tokyo 11 2
Y. Endo Kashima Antlers 10 0
N. Ishihara Sanfrecce Hiroshima 10 1
K. Nagai Nagoya Grampus 10 0
H. Sato Sanfrecce Hiroshima 10 2
Davi Kashima Antlers 10 1
S. Akamine Vegalta Sendai 9 0

Channels licensed to broadcast J1 League in United States

One World Sports
2011-2015
Exclusive North American Multi-platform rights for the J-league.

 

News

S-Pulse stay afloat by beating Frontale
The Japan Times
Substitute Kazuya Murata injected dramatic new life into Shimizu S-Pulse's J1 survival bid with a 90th-minute goal to seal a 3-2 win over Kawasaki Frontale on Sunday. S-Pulse — who have been ever present in the top flight since the J. League began in ...
Reds' Koroki breaks fibula
The Japan Times
SAITAMA – Urawa Reds' run at their second J. League championship took a hit as their top scorer Shinzo Koroki was diagnosed with a fractured fibula, the J1 leaders said Monday. Koroki suffered the injury when he was kicked by Kashima Antlers' Daigo ...
浦和のスタッフとして歩む第二の人生 Jリーグで生きる人々 堀之内聖<前編>
スポーツナビ
14年3月8日、埼玉スタジアムで開催されたJ1第2節浦和対サガン鳥栖の一戦において、浦和のゴール裏席に向かう入場ゲートに『JAPANESE ONLY』という差別的内容と判断できる横断幕が掲げられた。問題はこの横断幕が試合終了後まで撤去されなかったことにある。
Reysol end Gamba's winning streak
The Japan Times
KASHIWA, CHIBA PREF. – Gamba Osaka's seven-game win streak came to a screeching halt in a last-gasp 1-0 defeat to Kashiwa Reysol as the former Asian champions tripped up in the J. League title race on Wednesday. Substitute Tetsuro Ota again ...
Cerezo fire coach for second time this season
The Japan Times
OSAKA – Fading Cerezo Osaka made their second managerial change of the J. League season on Monday, promoting youth coach Yuji Okuma for Italian Marco Pezzaiuoli. A night after they were eliminated on aggregate from the Nabisco Cup despite ...
JEF edge Reysol after epic shootout
The Japan Times
JEF came into the match unbeaten since Sekizuka took over as manager, Japan's 2012 London Olympic coach beginning his reign with a 2-1 win over Nagano Parceiro on July 13 in the second round, and they nearly took the lead after just three minutes ...
Struggling Sagan Tosu fall nine points behind Urawa Reds in standings
The Japan Times
Sagan went into the game at Hitachi Stadium having won only two of their six league games since Megumu Yoshida replaced Yoon on Aug. 8, and a second-half double from Reysol striker Masato Kudo continued the Kyushu side's slump and dropped it to ...
Lowly Omiya fires manager Okuma
The Japan Times
The 47-year-old Shibuya will be in his first J. League managing job. Omiya also made a midseason coaching change last ... away from safety, and has won just three of 22 games. It has conceded 45 goals, tied for worst in J1 with last-place Tokushima Vortis.
Reds prevail against Sanfrecce, take sole possession of top spot in standings
The Japan Times
New Japan national team manager Javier Aguirre attended his first J. League match at Saitama Stadium, where captain Yuki Abe scored the lone goal in the opening half for Urawa, which improved to 40 points from 20 games for a one-point lead over ...
Japan 0 Brazil 4: Four-goal Neymar leads by example
Soccerway
Neymar continued to threaten - beating Tsukasa Shiotani all ends up only to see his effort drift wide - before Japan had their first sight of goal courtesy of Yu Kobayashi's volleyed effort that sailed over the crossbar after patient build-up down the ...

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