1994 Japan Football League

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Japan Football League
Season1994
1993
1995

Statistics of Japan Football League in the 1994 season.

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Overview

It was contested by 16 teams, and Cerezo Osaka won the championship. Along with Kashiwa Reysol they were promoted to the J.League.

NEC Yamagata, the future Montedio Yamagata , were promoted to the JFL before the season, having won the Regional Promotion Series.

League standings

PosClubPWLGFGANotes
1 Cerezo Osaka 302648533Promoted to J.League
2 Kashiwa Reysol 302558229
3 Fujieda Blux 302466132
4 PJM Futures 302287047
5 Kyoto Purple Sanga 3018126346
6 Otsuka Pharmaceutical 3018125543
7 Tokyo Gas 3018125543
8 Kawasaki Steel 3013173646
9 Honda 3012184962
10 Fujitsu 3011193952
11 Toshiba 3011195671
12 NTT Kanto 3010203746
13 NEC Yamagata 3010203057
14 Kofu 309213674
15 Cosmo Oil 307233367
16 Seino Transportation 304262972

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