1979 Japan Soccer League

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Statistics of Japan Soccer League for the 1979 season.

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First Division

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Fujita Engineering 18121323615+2153Champions
2 Yomiuri 18100444826+2244
3 Hitachi 1885232318+544
4 Yanmar Diesel 1891262821+740
5 Furukawa Electric 1875242822+640
6 Toyo Kogyo 1854542019+133
7 Mitsubishi Motors 1855261620432
8 Nippon Steel 1862192325229
9 Nippon Kokan 181141217432610To Promotion/Relegation Series
10 Nissan 1812114939309
Source: [ citation needed ]

Promotion/Relegation Series

JSL Division 11st leg2nd legJSL Division 2
Nippon Kokan 0-0(PK3-4)1-2 Yamaha Motors
Nissan Motors 4-12-1 Toshiba Horikawa-cho

Yamaha promoted, NKK relegated.

Second Division

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Toshiba 18103233623+1348To Promotion/Relegation Series with Division 1
2 Yamaha Motors 18102333319+1447
3 Fujitsu 18110342918+1147
4 Honda 18101253125+644
5Yanmar Club1882083730+736Folded
6Tanabe Pharmaceuticals18700112121028
7 Toyota Motors 1853282129828
8 Kofu Club 18522926421626
9Teijin SC Matsuyama1851392430625To Promotion/Relegation Series with Regional Series finalists
10 Sumitomo 182301315362114
Source: [ citation needed ]

Promotion/Relegation Series

JSL1st leg2nd legRegional Series
Teijin SC Matsuyama2-11-1 Kyoto Shiko Club
Sumitomo 1-03-1Daikyo Oil

No relegations. Due to withdrawal of Yanmar Club, Yanmar Diesel's B-squad, Daikyo was promoted.

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