1978 Japan Soccer League

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Statistics of Japan Soccer League for the 1978 season.

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First Division

By winning the 1978 Emperor's Cup and 1978 Japan Soccer League Cup along with the title, Mitsubishi completed the first Japanese treble ever.

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Mitsubishi Motors 18131043013+1754Champions
2 Yanmar Diesel 18111153326+747
3 Fujita 1893423514+2146
4 Yomiuri 18101164030+1043
5 Hitachi 1881093630+634
6 Toyo Industries 18730823341134
7 Nippon Kokan 1870291921230
8 Nippon Steel 1852291618226
9 Fujitsu 183131114291517To Promotion/Relegation Series
10 Furukawa Electric 18311139302115
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Promotion/Relegation Series

JSL Division 11st leg2nd legJSL Division 2
Fujitsu 0-21-2 Nissan Motors
Furukawa Electric 1-00-0 Honda

Nissan promoted, Fujitsu relegated.

Second Division

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Honda 1813131399+3057To Promotion/Relegation Series with Division 1
2 Nissan Motors 18102243616+2046
3 Kofu Club 1891083233138
4 Yanmar Club 1883072931238
5 Tanabe Pharmaceutical 1873352316+737
6 Teijin 1872272522+334
7 Toshiba Horikawacho 1872272020034
8 Sumitomo Metal 1870292928+130
9 Toyota Motors 185101226421622To Promotion/Relegation Series with Regional Series finalists
10 Kyoto Shiko Club 18112141551368
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Promotion/Relegation Series

JSL1st leg2nd legRegional Series
Toyota Motors 1-01-2 Toho Titanium (runner-up)
Kyoto Shiko Club 0-31-0 Yamaha Motors (champion)

Yamaha promoted, Kyoto Shiko relegated.

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