1988 Japanese Regional Leagues

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Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1988 season.

Contents

Champions list

RegionChampions
Hokkaido Sapporo Mazda
Tohoku TDK
Kanto Yomiuri Juniors
Hokushinetsu YKK
Tokai Chuo Bohan
Kansai Kyoto Shiko Club
Chugoku Mazda Auto Hiroshima
Shikoku NTT Shikoku
Kyushu Nippon Steel Ōita

League standings

Hokkaido

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Sapporo Mazda 9900392+3718
2 Sapporo 9711246+1815
3 Hakodate Mazda 9603176+1112
4 Blackpecker Hakodate 9324111548
5 Sapporo University OB 932491458
6 Asahikawa Daisetsu Club 9315161607
7 Nippon Oil Muroran 92341121107
8 Otaru Shuyukai 9315829217
9 Japan Steel Muroran 91351020105
10 Hokushukai 9117420163
Source: [ citation needed ]

Tohoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 TDK 1412024813+3524
2 Matsushima 1411035311+4222
3 Akita City Government 1410225717+4022
4 Morioka Zebra 146172532713
5 Ishinomaki City Government 1461718311313
6 Kureha 144192442189
7 Nitto Boseki Fukushima 1431101642267
8 Akisho Club 141013861532
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kanto

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Yomiuri Juniors 1811522411+1327
2 Tokyo Gas 1811433218+1425 [lower-alpha 1]
3 Chiba Teachers 189543327+623
4 Furukawa Chiba 188462918+1120
5 Saitama Teachers 187473230+218
6 Tokyo Teachers 185582125415
7 Kanagawa Teachers 18711017291215
8 Ibaraki Hitachi 184681517214
9 Ibaraki Teachers 1836920311112
10 Nirasaki Club 18421218351710
Source: [ citation needed ]
Notes:
  1. 1 point deducted?

Hokushinetsu

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 YKK 9900266+2018
2 Nissei Plastic Industrial 97023210+2214
3 Yamaga 9432198+1111
4 Niigata eleven 94231213110
5 Toyama Club 94142216+69
6 Seiyū Club 923481577
7 Teihens 9234122087
8 Fukui Teachers 9315921127
9 Fujitsu Nagano 9225132296
10 Kanazawa 9018426221
Source: [ citation needed ]

Tokai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Chuo Bohan 1713314112+2929
2 Seino Transportation 1711514512+3327
3 Jatco 1712143615+2125
4 Maruyasu 178092523+216
5 Toyoda Machine Works 177282432816
6 Fuyo Club 176382027715
7 Nagoya 187563132119
8 Yamakiya Club 188282630418
9 Yamaha Club 186482629316
10 Mitsui Du Pont Fluorochemicals 185582227515
11 Shimizu Club 18611123401713
12 Shizuoka Gas 18351021422111
13 Honda Hamamatsu 1832132140198
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kansai

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Kyoto Shiko Club 1511223110+2124
2 Mitsubishi Motors Kyoto 1511133013+1723
3 Mitsubishi Cable Industries 158252517+818
4 Sanyo Electric Sumoto 156452519+616
5 Central Kobe 1554622321014
6 Kyoto Police 155372523+213
7 Osaka University of Commerce Ain 147163024+615
8 Tanabe Pharmaceuticals 145362324113
9 Osaka Teachers 143381527129
10 West Osaka 142481629138
11 Matsushita Electron 1431101337247
Source: [ citation needed ]

Chugoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Mazda Auto Hiroshima 161600506+4432
2 Mazda Toyo 1610333923+1623
3 Yamaguchi Teachers 167363426+817
4 Hiroshima Fujita 165563128+315
5 Hiroshima Teachers 164752424015
6 Yonago 163851620414
7 Tottori Teachers 165382631513
8 Mitsubishi Oil 1635815321711
9 Hiroshima City Government 1612131661454
Source: [ citation needed ]

Shikoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 NTT Shikoku 1412115312+4125
2 Matsuyama Club 148243921+1818
3 Imabari Club 147433319+1418
4 Nangoku Club 147254316+2716
5 Daio Paper 145363847913
6 Alex 1442824411710
7 Takasho OB Club 1450916422610
8 Showa Club 1410131654382
Source: [ citation needed ]

Kyushu

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Nippon Steel Ōita 9621126+614
2 Tobiume Club 95311810+813
3 Mitsubishi Chemical Kurosaki 95223113+1812
4 Nakatsu Club 9414161829
5 Kyushu Matsushita Electric 9243151838
6 Kagoshima Teachers 9324101228
7 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki 924361158
8 Saga Nanyo Club 932491898
9 NTT Kumamoto 922571476
10 Kumamoto Teachers 9126141844
Source: [ citation needed ]

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