2000 J.League Division 1

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J.League Division 1
Season2000
Champions Kashima Antlers
3rd J. League title
3rd Japanese title
Relegated Kyoto Purple Sanga
Kawasaki Frontale
Asian Club Championship Kashima Antlers
Matches played240
Top goalscorer Masashi Nakayama (Júbilo Iwata)
1999
2001

The 2000 season was the eighth season of the J-League Division 1. The league began on March 11 and ended on November 26. At the end of the season the second stage winner Kashima Antlers won the Suntory Championship against Yokohama F-Marinos who won the first stage.

Kashima Antlers Japanese professional association football club

Kashima Antlers are a Japanese professional association football club playing in the J1 League with financial backing from the Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal.

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Clubs

Following sixteen clubs participated in J.League Division 1 during 2000 season. Of these clubs, Kawasaki Frontale and FC Tokyo were promoted from Division 2.

Overview

First stage

PosTeamPldWOTWDOTLLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Flag of Kanagawa.svg Yokohama F. Marinos 151000143221+1130Qualification to the Suntory Championship 2000
2 Flag of Osaka.svg Cerezo Osaka 15910143425+929
3 Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shimizu S-Pulse 15820142117+428
4 Flag of Chiba.svg Kashiwa Reysol 15640142522+326
5 Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Júbilo Iwata [lower-alpha 1] 15720333225+725
6 Flag of Tokyo Prefecture.svg FC Tokyo [lower-alpha 2] 15710162422+223
7 Flag of Hyogo.svg Vissel Kobe 15701162117+422
8 Flag of Ibaraki.svg Kashima Antlers 15620072017+322
9 Flag of Tokyo Prefecture.svg Verdy Kawasaki 15521342623+320
10 Flag of Hiroshima Prefecture.svg Sanfrecce Hiroshima 15431161715+219
11 Flag of Chiba.svg JEF United Ichihara 15601262222019
12 Flag of Aichi Prefecture.svg Nagoya Grampus Eight [lower-alpha 3] 15431251718119
13 Flag of Osaka.svg Gamba Osaka 15502262023317
14 Flag of Fukuoka Prefecture.svg Avispa Fukuoka 15330181928915
15 Flag of Kanagawa.svg Kawasaki Frontale [lower-alpha 2] 1521201014291510
16 Flag of Kyoto Prefecture.svg Kyoto Purple Sanga 15201481636207
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Second stage

PosTeamPldWOTWDOTLLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Kashima Antlers 15914102810+1833Qualification to the Suntory Championship 2000
2 Kashiwa Reysol 15921032310+1332
3 Júbilo Iwata [lower-alpha 1] 151000143517+1830
4 Gamba Osaka 15820142720+728
5 Yokohama F. Marinos 15711152424024
6 Avispa Fukuoka 15612422220+222
7 Nagoya Grampus Eight [lower-alpha 2] 15701252527222
8 FC Tokyo [lower-alpha 3] 15521162319+420
9 Cerezo Osaka 15520172024419
10 Verdy Kawasaki 15503162021118
11 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 15511352325218
12 Kyoto Purple Sanga 15511172330718
13 Shimizu S-Pulse 15232081319614
14 Vissel Kobe 1531011019321311
15 Kawasaki Frontale [lower-alpha 3] 151320912271511
16 JEF United Ichihara 15211381527129
Source: [ citation needed ]
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Suntory Championship

Yokohama F-Marinos0 – 0Kashima Antlers
[Official Report]

Kashima Antlers3 – 0Yokohama F-Marinos
Suzuki 24'
Narahashi 39'
Nakata 44'
[Official Report]
Kokuritsu, Tokyo

Overall table

PosTeamPldWOTWDOTLLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Kashima Antlers 301534174827+2155Champion and qualified to the Asian Club Championship 2001–02 First Round
2 Yokohama F. Marinos 301711295645+1154
3 Kashiwa Reysol 301561174832+1658
4 Júbilo Iwata [lower-alpha 1] 301720476742+2555
5 Cerezo Osaka 3014302115449+548
6 Gamba Osaka 3013223104743+445
7 FC Tokyo [lower-alpha 2] 3012312124741+643
8 Shimizu S-Pulse 3010521123436242Runners-Up 2000 Emperor's Cup and qualified to the Asian Cup Winners' Cup 2002 Second Round [lower-alpha 3]
9 Nagoya Grampus Eight [lower-alpha 4] 3011324104245341
10 Verdy Kawasaki 3010244104644+238
11 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 309424114040037
12 Avispa Fukuoka 309425104148737
13 Vissel Kobe 3010112164049933
14 JEF United Ichihara 3081251437491228
15 Kyoto Purple Sanga 3071251539662725Relegated to the 2001 J.League Division 2
16 Kawasaki Frontale [lower-alpha 2] 3034401926563021
Source: [ citation needed ]
Notes:
  1. Champion from 1999 J.League Division 1
  2. 1 2 Promoted from 1999 J.League Division 2
  3. Kashima Antlers is Winner of the Emperor's Cup 2000 and has qualified as Champion of J.League 2000 to the Asian Club Championship 2001–02, therefore Shimizu S-Pulse got the spot as Runners-Up in Emperor's Cup 2000 to the Asian Cup Winners' Cup 2002 Second Round
  4. Cup-Winner 1999 Emperor's Cup

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