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Japanese J2 League

The J. League Division 2 or J2 League is the second division of Japan Professional Football League and is the second-tier professional association football league in Japan.

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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADP
1   Shonan Bellmare 42 31 8 3 86 25 +61 101
2   Matsumoto Yamaga 42 24 11 7 65 35 +30 83
3 JEF United 42 18 14 10 55 44 +11 68
4 Júbilo Iwata 42 18 13 11 67 55 +12 67
5   Giravanz Kitakyushu 42 18 11 13 50 50 +0 65
6   Montedio Yamagata 42 18 10 14 57 44 +13 64
7   Oita Trinita 42 17 12 13 52 55 -3 63
8 Fagiano Okayama 42 15 16 11 52 48 +4 61
9 Kyoto Sanga 42 14 18 10 57 52 +5 60
10 Consadole Sapporo 42 15 14 13 48 44 +4 59
11 Yokohama 42 14 13 15 49 47 +2 55
12 Tochigi 42 15 10 17 52 58 -6 55
13 Roasso Kumamoto 42 13 15 14 45 53 -8 54
14 V-Varen Nagasaki 42 12 16 14 45 42 +3 52
15   Mito Hollyhock 42 12 14 16 46 46 +0 50
16   Avispa Fukuoka 42 13 11 18 52 60 -8 50
17 Gifu 42 13 10 19 54 61 -7 49
18 ThespaKusatsu Gunma 42 14 7 21 45 54 -9 49
19 Ehime 42 12 12 18 54 58 -4 48
20   Tokyo Verdy 42 9 15 18 31 48 -17 42
21   Kamatamare Sanuki 42 7 12 23 34 71 -37 33
22   Kataller Toyama 42 5 8 29 28 74 -46 23

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
M. Oguro Kyoto Sanga 27 5
Wellington Sousa Shonan Bellmare 20 0
T. Funayama Matsumoto Yamaga 19 3
R. Maeda Júbilo Iwata 17 1
C. Nazarit Gifu 17 2
T. Ikemoto Giravanz Kitakyushu 15 2
Diego Souza Montedio Yamagata 14 2
S. Okada Shonan Bellmare 14 1
Daniel Lovinho ThespaKusatsu Gunma 14 1
K. Tokura Consadole Sapporo 14 0
Kempes JEF United 13 1
K. Kawahara Ehime 13 1
H. Namba Gifu 12 2
K. Sato V-Varen Nagasaki 12 0
Y. Oshitani Fagiano Okayama 11 0

 

News

Wada expected to replace Kawakatsu as Kyoto Sanga manager
The Japan Times
With just one game remaining, the J2 club is in eighth place with a record of 14-10 with 17 draws. It is the fourth consecutive year Kyoto has failed to earn a promotion to the J. League top division. Kyoto club president Hiroshi Imai said age will be ...
Vissel manager Adachi to step down
The Japan Times
Adachi was promoted from head coach to manager of Vissel in November 2012. He guided the club to second place in J2 with a record of 25-9 with eight draws to earn Vissel a promotion to the J. League first division for the 2014 season. So far this year, ...
J. League and media must show red card to racism
The Japan Times
On Saturday, during their J. League match against Sagan Tosu at Saitama Stadium, some Urawa Reds fans hung a “Japanese only” banner over an entrance to the stands. It went viral. Several sports sections in Japanese newspapers ... Anyplace else and ...
J. League seeks to widen scope in Asia
The Japan Times
As two decades have now elapsed since its inception, the J. League is entering a new era. And as one of its most conspicuous projects for the next decade and beyond, the Japanese professional soccer circuit is looking to expand its presence in Asia, ...
Cacau strike guides Cerezo past Reds
The Japan Times
OSAKA – Former Germany international Cacau struck a superb winner to lift Cerezo Osaka out of the relegation zone thank to a surprise 1-0 victory at home to J-League leaders Urawa Reds on Saturday. Cacau took a pass from Kenyu Sugimoto and rifled in ...
JEF stuns Cerezo to reach Emperor's Cup semis
The Japan Times
OSAKA – J. League second-division playoff hopefuls JEF United Chiba reached the semifinals of the Emperor's Cup with a 1-0 win away to top-flight Cerezo Osaka on Wednesday night. Masakazu Tashiro struck the clincher early in the second half to book ...
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 ...
Reinvigorated Antlers looking to rule J. League again
The Japan Times
It has been a few years since Kashima Antlers could rightly be described as the team to beat in the J. League, but this season's early form suggests the seven-time champions are fast recovering their old aura. Antlers lead the table after six games of ...
Sagan Tosu fires manager Yoon over lack of trust
The Japan Times
As a midfielder on the South Korean national team, Yoon appeared in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and the 2002 World Cup co-hosted by South Korea and Japan. He played for Cerezo Osaka and Tosu in the J. League before retiring in 2007. Yoon took a head ...
J.League season to begin on March 1
The Japan Times
The J.League's board of directors on Tuesday approved March 1 as the starting date of next year's season. The first-division (J1) with 18 teams playing a home-and-away format will take the field on March 1, with the second division (J2) starting the ...

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