1984 Japan Soccer League

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Statistics of Japan Soccer League for the 1984 season. No promotion/relegation series for both division were held due to expansion of both divisions in the following season.

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First Division

No relegation took place due to expansion to 12 clubs.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Yomiuri 1811434120+2126Champions
2 Nissan 1811344023+1725
3 Yamaha Motors 1810442516+924
4 Furukawa Electric 188552820+821
5 Honda 187562623+319
6 Fujita Engineering 186662525018
7 Mitsubishi Motors 1863922331115
8 Nippon Kokan 184681623714
9 Yanmar Diesel 1854915281314
10 Hitachi 1820161141304
Source: [ citation needed ]

Second Division

No relegation took place due to expansion to 12 clubs.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 Sumitomo 1810624023+1726Promoted to First Division
2 ANA Yokohama 1812243117+1426
3 Matsushita Electric 188642519+622
4 Toshiba 189452925+422
5Tanabe Pharmaceuticals187743021+921
6 Mazda 187472420+418
7 Fujitsu 1854920301014
8 Toyota Motors 184592431713
9 Nippon Steel 18441015281312
10 Kofu Club 1814132044246
Source: [ citation needed ]

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