Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1982 season.
|Hokkaido||Nippon Steel Muroran|
|Hokushinetsu||Nissei Plastic Industrial|
|Chugoku||Kawasaki Steel Mizushima|
|Kyushu||Mitsubishi Chemical Kurosaki|
|1||Nippon Steel Muroran||7||5||2||0||21||7||+14||12|
|5||Nippon Oil Muroran||7||2||2||3||8||10||−2||6|
|4||Nippon Steel Kamaishi||14||7||3||4||36||23||+13||17|
|5||Nitto Boseki Fukushima||14||4||1||9||22||36||−14||9|
|7||Hitachi Mito Katsuta||18||4||5||9||13||17||−4||13|
|1||Nissei Plastic Industrial||9||9||0||0||38||8||+30||18|
|4||Fujieda City Government||14||7||0||7||34||24||+10||14|
|4||Kyoto Shiko Club||18||8||3||7||26||21||+5||19|
|5||Mitsubishi Motors Kyoto||18||8||3||7||25||24||+1||19|
|8||Dainichi Nippon Cable||18||5||6||7||19||28||−9||16|
|10||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe||18||2||2||14||11||30||−19||6|
|1||Kawasaki Steel Mizushima||14||10||1||3||39||18||+21||21|
|4||Mazda Auto Hiroshima||14||5||5||4||23||22||+1||15|
|7||Takasho OB Club||14||5||3||6||19||26||−7||13|
|1||Mitsubishi Chemical Kurosaki||9||5||2||2||24||10||+14||12|
|4||Nippon Steel Oita||9||4||3||2||23||10||+13||11|
|5||Saga Nanyo Club||9||5||1||3||18||10||+8||11|
|7||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki||9||4||1||4||21||20||+1||9|
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