1985 Japanese Regional Leagues

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Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1985 season.

Contents

Champions list

RegionChampions
Hokkaido Sapporo
Tohoku Akita City Government
Kanto Toho Titanium
Hokushinetsu Yamaga
Tokai Cosmo Daikyo Oil
Kansai NTT Kansai
Chugoku Kawasaki Steel Mizushima
Shikoku Teijin
Kyushu Nippon Steel Oita

League standings

Hokkaido

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Sapporo 9810194+1517
2 Sapporo University OB 95313221+1113
3 Sapporo Mazda 95132713+1411
4 Blackpecker Hakodate 93331613+39
5 Otaru Shuyukai 9414202339
6 Nippon Steel Muroran 9333131639
7 Hakodate Mazda 9324121538
8 Japan Steel Muroran 9306162266
9 Hokushukai 92251021116
10 Muroran Teachers 9027724172
Source: [ citation needed ]

Tohoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Akita City Government 1212006312+5124
2 Matsushima 127323414+2017
3 Morioka Zebra 124532221+113
4 Ishinomaki City Government 125072428410
5 Kureha 1234515321710
6 Akisho Club 123181240287
7 Nitto Boseki Fukushima 1211101835173
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kanto

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Toho Titanium 1813323710+2729
2 Saitama Teachers 1814134621+2529
3 Ibaraki Hitachi 188552720+721
4 NTT Kanto 187562924+519
5 Ibaraki Teachers 188373130+119
6 Furukawa Chiba 186574231+1117
7 Chiba Teachers 187382727017
8 Tochigi Teachers 1852112028812
9 Hitachi Mito Katsuta 1833121438249
10 Yokogawa Hokushin 1824122064448
Source: [ citation needed ]

Hokushinetsu

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Yamaga 9711237+1615
2 Nissei Plastic Industrial 9711217+1415
3 YKK 9531287+2113
4 Fukui Teachers 94321710+711
5 Toyama Club 94231914+510
6 Teihens 9315192677
7 Seiyū Club 922591896
8 Fujitsu Nagano 9306142396
9 Fukui Bank 9216829215
10 Minamiminowa 9027623172
Source: [ citation needed ]

Tokai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Cosmo Daikyo Oil 1610423914+2524
2 Jatco 1610333921+1823
3 Fujieda City Government 169433616+2022
4 Yamaha Club 165562125415
5 Maruyasu 166372631515
6 Tomoegawa Papers 16421017311410
7 Shizuoka Gas 168262729218
8 Minolta Camera 166372829115
9 Nagoya 165472226414
10 Toyoda Machine Works 1662825401514
11 Mitsui Du Pont Fluorochemicals 165381827913
12 Honda Hamayukai 163310213099
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kansai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 NTT Kansai 168443820+1820
2 Hyogo Teachers 168442519+620
3 Osaka Teachers 166731816+219
4 Kyoto Shiko Club 166462420+416
5 Mitsubishi Motors Kyoto 166462221+116
6 Sanyo Electric Sumoto 165652526116
7 Dainichi Nippon Cable 166281418414
8 West Osaka 165472534914
9 Tanabe 1633101532179
Source: [ citation needed ]

Chugoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Kawasaki Steel Mizushima 147523615+2119
2 Hiroshima Teachers 148333324+919
3 Mazda Toyo 147253329+416
4 Mazda Auto Hiroshima 145542322+115
5 Yamaguchi Teachers 146173029+113
6 Tanabe Pharmaceuticals 143651928912
7 Mitsui Shipbuilding 1426620311110
8 Mitsubishi Oil 142482238168
Source: [ citation needed ]

Shikoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Teijin 141400746+6828
2 NTT Shikoku 149055924+3518
3 Imabari Club 146354034+615
4 Nangoku Club 145273238612
5 Showa Club 1460821452412
6 Takasho OB Club 1451826482211
7 Aiyu Club 144192552279
8 Daio Paper 1431102555307
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kyushu

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Nippon Steel Oita 95312214+813
2 Kagoshima Teachers 95222718+912
3 Kumamoto Teachers 95222315+812
4 Mitsubishi Chemical Kurosaki 95133222+1011
5 Nakatsu Club 95132721+611
6 Kyushu Matsushita Electric 94321110+111
7 NTT Kumamoto 9315111767
8 Saga Nanyo Club 9225152276
9 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki 9126617114
10 Fukuoka Teachers 91171129183
Source: [ citation needed ]

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