1991–92 Japan Soccer League

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The 1991–92 season in Japanese football was the last of the old Japan Soccer League before the transition period into the J.League.

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League tables

First Division

Japan Soccer League First Division
Season1991–92
Champions Yomiuri SC
5th title
Relegated Yamaha Motors
Toshiba
Hitachi
Honda
Asian Club Championship Yomiuri SC
Asian Cup Winners' Cup Nissan Motors SC
Matches played132
Goals scored318 (2.41 per match)
Top goalscorer Toninho (18 goals)
Average attendance6,707
1993 (J1)
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Yomiuri S.C. 2215614313+3051Form J.League and 1992–93 Asian Club Championship
2 Nissan Motors 2212732514+1143Form J.League and 1992–93 Asian Cup Winners' Cup [lower-alpha 1]
3 Yamaha Motors 2211383031136Form Japan Football League Division 1
4 Toshiba 227962624+230
5 Matsushita Electric 227872527229Form J.League
6 Mazda 227693023+727
7 JR Furukawa 2283113038827
8 ANA Club 226792023325
9 Hitachi 226792230825Form Japan Football League Division 1
10 Honda 225891825723
11 Mitsubishi Motors 22561125401521Form J.League
12 Toyota Motors 2248102430620
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Second Division

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 Fujita Engineering 3024247917+6274Champions (not promoted, form Japan Football League Division 1)
2 Sumitomo 3021276624+4265Promoted to new J.League
3 Yanmar Diesel 3020555617+3965Form Japan Football League Division 1
4 Nippon Kokan 3018665124+2760
5 Fujitsu 3017854626+2059
6 Otsuka Pharmaceutical 30155104532+1350
7 Tokyo Gas 30121083028+246
8 Kawasaki Steel 3012993123+845Form Japan Football League Division 2
9 NTT Kanto 3096153744733
10 Kofu Club 30961535663133
11 Cosmo Oil Yokkaichi 30851727532629
12 Chuo Bohan 30761733521927
13Toho Titanium30761732592727
14 Kyoto Shiko Club 30571821573622
15Tanabe Pharmaceutical30632118503221
16Yomiuri S.C. Juniors30542120553519Folded [lower-alpha 1]
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  1. Merges with parent club to form Verdy Kawasaki

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