1999 J.League Division 2

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J.League Division 2
Season1999
Champions Kawasaki Frontale
1st J2 title
2nd D2 title
Promoted Kawasaki Frontale
FC Tokyo
Top goalscorer Takuya Jinno (19 goals total)
2000

Statistics of J.League Division 2 in the 1999 season.

Contents

Overview

This was the first season of J2, the professional second tier in Japan. It replaced the JFL, which was moved to the 3rd tier. The league was contested by 10 teams, and Kawasaki Frontale won the championship.

Team changes

Promoted from JFL 1998 Relegated from 1998 J.League
Albirex Niigata
FC Tokyo
Kawasaki Frontale
Montedio Yamagata
Oita Trinita
Omiya Ardija
Sagan Tosu
Vegalta Sendai
Ventforet Kofu
Consadole Sapporo

Final table

PosTeamPldWOTWDOTLLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 Kawasaki Frontale (C)362053176934+3573Promoted to the 2000 J.League Division 1
2 FC Tokyo 3619232105135+1664Promoted to the 2000 J.League Division 1
3 Oita Trinita 361833486242+2063
4 Albirex Niigata 3616421134640+658
5 Consadole Sapporo 3615262115435+1955
6 Omiya Ardija 3614412154744+351
7 Montedio Yamagata 3614144134753648
8 Sagan Tosu 36111222052641237
9 Vegalta Sendai 3673441830582831
10 Ventforet Kofu 3641442332855318
Source: [ citation needed ]
(C) Champion.

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