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Table

 

J1 League

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1   Kawasaki Frontale 34 21 6 7 57 27 +30 69 WWLWW
2   Sanfrecce Hiroshima 34 17 6 11 47 35 +12 57 DLLLL
3   Kashima Antlers 34 16 8 10 50 39 +11 56 DWWWL
4   Consadole Sapporo 34 15 10 9 48 48 +0 55 DWLWW
5
Urawa Reds 34 14 9 11 51 39 +12 51 WLWLW
6
Tokyo 34 14 8 12 39 34 +5 50 LLDWL
7
Cerezo Osaka 34 13 11 10 39 38 +1 50 WLWLL
8
Shimizu S-Pulse 34 14 7 13 56 48 +8 49 DDWDW
9   Gamba Osaka 34 14 6 14 41 46 -5 48 LWWWW
10
Vissel Kobe 34 12 9 13 45 52 -7 45 WDDWL
11
Vegalta Sendai 34 13 6 15 44 54 -10 45 LLWLL
12
Yokohama F. Marinos 34 12 5 17 56 56 +0 41 LLWLL
13
Shonan Bellmare 34 10 11 13 38 43 -5 41 DWLDL
14
Sagan Tosu 34 10 11 13 29 34 -5 41 DWDWW
15
Nagoya Grampus 34 12 5 17 52 59 -7 41 DWLWL
16
Júbilo Iwata 34 10 11 13 35 48 -13 41 LLDWW
17   Kashiwa Reysol 34 12 3 19 47 54 -7 39 WWLLL
18   V-Varen Nagasaki 34 8 6 20 39 59 -20 30 DLLLD
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Nagoya Grampus 24 5
PatricSanfrecce Hiroshima 20 2
Hwang Ui-joGamba Osaka 15 2
S. KorokiUrawa Reds 15 2
Y. KobayashiKawasaki Frontale 14 2
Hugo VieiraYokohama F. Marinos 13 2
K. KitagawaShimizu S-Pulse 13 2
Diego OliveiraTokyo 13 3
K. TokuraConsadole Sapporo 12 1
DouglasShimizu S-Pulse 11 2
K. KawamataJúbilo Iwata 11 2
T. NishimuraVegalta Sendai 11 1
M. SuzukiV-Varen Nagasaki 11 2
Y. SuzukiKashima Antlers 11 2
S. KanekoShimizu S-Pulse 10 0

 

News

J. League bids farewell to era-defining group of legends - The Japan Times
There are few praises which have not already been sung for Yokohama F. Marinos defender Yuji Nakazawa
The Japan Times (2 weeks ago)
Fernando Torres returning to Sagan Tosu - The Japan Times
Former Spain striker Fernando Torres has renewed his contract with J. League first-division side Sagan Tosu, the club announced Sunday.
The Japan Times (1 week ago)
Isaac Cuenca joins Fernando Torres at Sagan Tosu - MARCA.com
Former Barcelona forward Isaac Cuenca has joined Japanese outfit Sagan Tosu from CF Reus.The 27-year-
MARCA.com (4 days ago)
Thai international Teerasil Dangda parts ways with Sanfrecce - The Japan Times
J. League first division runner-up Sanfrecce Hiroshima will part ways with Thai international Teerasil Dangda after his loan period concludes on Monday.
The Japan Times (3 weeks ago)
Reports: Premier League champions Manchester City make Japanese midfielder their first January transfer - FOX Sports Asia
Manchester City have reportedly signed Japanese midfielder Ko Itakura and immediately loaned him out to FC Groningen in the Dutch league.
FOX Sports Asia (1 week ago)
Theerathon scooped by J1-League side Yokohama - Bangkok Post
SCG Muang Thong United have agreed the terms of a one-year loan contract for their left wing back Theerathon Bunmathan with J1-League side Yokohama F
Bangkok Post (6 days ago)
Theerathon secures second year in J-League - Goal.com
After a hugely successful loan season in 2018 with Vissel Kobe, Theerathon Bunmanthan has managed to convince Yokohama F.
Goal.com (1 week ago)
J. League clubs see opportunities in tourism - The Japan Times
While Andres Iniesta has not made the matchday squad at either of Vissel Kobe's matches in the Kanto area since his midsummer arrival, his name alone has d.
The Japan Times (3 months ago)

 

About J1 League

The J1 League is the top-tier category in Japanese football. It is regarded by many as one of the most successful leagues in Asia. The league had its inaugural season in 1993, with ten teams playing for the title. To this day, 18 teams play every season in a relegation-promotion format that has changed throughout the years.

The league is usually played from February to December, in order to avoid the harsh weather conditions in this country. Added to a hefty cash bonus and the trophy, the winner of the J1 League enters the group stage of the AFC Champions League, with the runner-up and the 3rd placed team joining them. The fourth place of each tournament enters the preliminary round of the AFC CL. On the other side of the table, three clubs are promoted from the J2 League, with three clubs being relegated from the Japanese top flight.

During the 2017 season, Kawasaki Frontale won its first-ever J1 League title after beating Kashima Antlers thanks to their better goal difference. The three teams relegated to the J2 League were: Ventforet Kofu, Albirex Niigata, and Omiya Ardija. Their spots in the J1 League were handed to Shonan Bellmare, Nagoya Grampus, and V-Varen Nagasaki.

The 2018 J1 League season kicked off on February 23. The last game of the season will be played on December 1st.

Did you know? Kashima Antlers is the most successful team in the history of the Japanese top flight, with eight titles to their name.

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