1975 Japan Soccer League

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League tables

First Division

Towa Real Estate was renamed Fujita Industries when the latter absorbed its subsidiary.

Contents

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Yanmar Diesel 1814314411+3331Champions
2 Mitsubishi Motors 1813323016+1429
3 Hitachi 1810533111+2025
4 Nippon Steel 189362823+521
5 Eidai Industries 188283029+118
6 Furukawa Electric 186573422+1217
7 Fujita 18531019311213
8 Toyo Industries 1844102029912
9 Nippon Kokan 18431115321711To Promotion/Relegation Series
10 Toyota Motors 1803151764473
Source: [ citation needed ]

Promotion/Relegation Series

JSL Division 11st leg2nd legJSL Division 2
Nippon Kokan 1-11-0 Yomiuri
Toyota Motors  1-01-1 Tanabe Pharmaceutical

No relegations.

Second Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Tanabe Pharmaceutical 1812333617+1927To Promotion/Relegation Series with Division 1
2 Yomiuri 1811434316+2726
3 Fujitsu 1810623717+2026
4 Honda 1810263329+422
5 Teijin Matsuyama 188373134319
6 Kyoto Shiko 185581820215
7 Kofu SC 185492734714
8 Sumitomo Metal 1836927381112
9 NTT Kinki 18421225522710To Promotion/Relegation Series with Senior Cup finalists
10 Dainichi Nippon Cable Industries 1833121939209
Source: [ citation needed ]

JSL Promotion/Relegation Series

JSL1st leg2nd legSenior Cup
NTT Kinki 1-20-0 Furukawa Electric Chiba (Cup runner-up)
Dainichi Nippon Cable Industries 1-10-2 Yanmar Club (Cup winner)

NTT Kinki and Dainichi relegated, Furukawa Chiba and Yanmar Club promoted.

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