1993 Japan Football League

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Japan Football League
Season1993
ChampionsFujita
PromotedYamaha Motors
Matches played90
Goals scored322 (3.58 per match)
1992
1994

Statistics of Japan Football League in the 1993 season.

Contents

Division 1

Overview

It was contested by 10 teams, and Fujita won the championship.

League Standings

PosClubPWLGFGANotes
1 Fujita 181624912Promoted to J.League
2 Yamaha Motors 181443115
3 Toshiba 181174230
4 Otsuka Pharmaceutical 181083339
5 Kashiwa Reysol 18994124
6 Fujitsu 188102737
7 Yanmar Diesel 187113443
8 Tokyo Gas 187112031
9 Chuo Bohan 186122539
10 Kyoto Shiko 182162052

Division 2

Overview

It was contested by 12 teams, and Honda won the championship.

League standings

PosClubPWLGFGANotes
1 Honda 181536221
2 PJM Futures 18153469
3 NKK 18144377Folded
4 Cosmo Oil 181173026
5 Kawasaki Steel 181083023
6 Toyota Motors Higashi-Fuji 186122533Folded
7 NTT Kanto 186122030
8 Seino Transportation 186122042
9 Kofu 186121537
10 Toho Titanium 181171057Relegated to Regional Leagues

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