Statistics of Japan Soccer League for the 1979 season.
|9||Nippon Kokan||18||1||1||4||12||17||43||−26||10||To Promotion/Relegation Series|
|JSL Division 1||1st leg||2nd leg||JSL Division 2|
|Nippon Kokan||0-0(PK3-4)||1-2||Yamaha Motors|
|Nissan Motors||4-1||2-1||Toshiba Horikawa-cho|
Yamaha promoted, NKK relegated.
|1||Toshiba||18||10||3||2||3||36||23||+13||48||To Promotion/Relegation Series with Division 1|
|9||Teijin SC Matsuyama||18||5||1||3||9||24||30||−6||25||To Promotion/Relegation Series with Regional Series finalists|
|JSL||1st leg||2nd leg||Regional Series|
|Teijin SC Matsuyama||2-1||1-1||Kyoto Shiko Club|
No relegations. Due to withdrawal of Yanmar Club, Yanmar Diesel's B-squad, Daikyo was promoted.
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