1972 Japanese Regional Leagues

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Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1972 season.

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Champions list

RegionChampions
Kanto Urawa
Tokai Nagoya
Kansai Nippon Steel Hirohata

League standings

Kanto

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Urawa 1410223819+1922
2 Hitachi Mito Katsuta 149232815+1320
3 Ibaraki Hitachi 148333411+2319
4 Kodama Club 149052716+1118
5 Yokohama Club 144462124312
6 Aoyama 144461725812
7 Toshiba 142481325128
8 Hitachi Tochigi 1401131357441
Source: [ citation needed ]

Tokai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Nagoya 1410314822+2623
2 Daikyo Oil 149144119+2219
3 Sumitomo Bakelite 148243324+918
4 Toyoda Machine Works 148242723+418
5 Wakaayu Club 148063128+316
6 Gifu Teachers 145273831+712
7 Toyota Auto Body 1420122252304
8 Nippon Steel Nagoya 1410131253412
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kansai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Nippon Steel Hirohata 148243421+1318
2 Yuasa Batteries 146532415+917
3 Yanmar Club 146441713+416
4 Mitsubishi Motors Kyoto 147251815+316
5 Omi Club 146261523814
6 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe 145361920113
7 Wakayama Teachers 144462224212
8 Osaka Sportsman Club 141491735186
Source: [ citation needed ]

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