1974 Japanese Regional Leagues

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Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1974 season.

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Champions list

RegionChampions
Kanto Kodama Club
Tokai Honda
Kansai Yanmar Club
Chugoku Hiroshima Fujita
Kyushu Kagoshima Teachers

League standings

Kanto

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Kodama Club 148423019+1120
2 Hitachi Mito Katsuta 146442219+316
3 Saitama Teachers 147162927+215
4 NTT Kanto 145542028815
5 Urawa 146262623+314
6 Metropolitan Police 145361922313
7 Toho Titanium 14248202998
8 Furukawa Chiba 145182524+111
Source: [ citation needed ]

Tokai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Honda 139315311+4221
2 Nippon Light Metal 137423315+1818
3 Nagoya 137423017+1318
4 Daikyo Oil 136433118+1316
5 Toyoda Automatic Loom Works 134362123211
6 Sumitomo Bakelite 137243823+1516
7 Wakaayu Club 136342931215
8 Toyoda Machine Works 133281931128
9 Gifu Teachers 132292451276
10 Iga 1301121471571
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kansai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Yanmar Club 141121309+2124
2 Nippon Steel Hirohata 146352720+715
3 Yuasa Batteries 146352425115
4 Mitsubishi Motors Kyoto 145452219+314
5 Wakayama Teachers 145362623+313
6 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe 144461822412
7 Kinki Bank 144282331810
8 Omi Club 144191435219
Source: [ citation needed ]

Chugoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Hiroshima Fujita 141301529+4326
2 Mitsui Shipbuilding 1410044417+2720
3 Hiroshima Teachers 146442926+316
4 Mazda Auto Hiroshima 147163428+615
5 Mitsubishi Oil 146172518+713
6 Japan Steel 1443715362111
7 Hitachi Kasado 141491953346
8 Mitsui Oil 1421111445315
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kyushu

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Kagoshima Teachers 7700202+1814
2 Nakatsu Club 73312112+99
3 Nishi-Nippon Railroad 73311211+19
4 Kagoshima Club 73132114+77
5 Saga Nanyo Club 7142111436
6 Mitsubishi Chemical Kurosaki 7142121866
7 Kumamoto Teachers 7124131744
8 Ōita Sportsman Club 7016426221
Source: [ citation needed ]

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