Statistics of Japan Soccer League for the 1976 season.
|9||Nippon Steel||18||5||2||11||23||30||−7||12||To Promotion/Relegation Series|
|JSL Division 1||1st leg||2nd leg||JSL Division 2|
Since Eidai dropped out of the league and folded in March 1977, Fujitsu was promoted, meaning no team was relegated.
|1||Fujitsu||18||13||3||2||32||6||+26||29||To Promotion/Relegation Series with Division 1|
|9||Kyoto Shiko||18||3||5||10||11||25||−14||11||To Promotion/Relegation Series with Senior Cup finalists|
|10||Furukawa Electric Chiba||18||3||2||13||17||51||−34||8|
Nissan Motors, future Yokohama Marinos, currently Yokohama F. Marinos , joined the league for the first time.
|JSL||1st leg||2nd leg||Senior Cup|
|Kyoto Shiko||2-1||2-1||Dainichi Nippon Cable Industries (Cup runner-up)|
|Furukawa Electric Chiba||0-0||0-1||Nissan Motors (Cup winner)|
Nissan promoted. Furukawa Chiba was not relegated due to Eidai's withdrawal.
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