2000 J.League Division 2

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J.League Division 2
Season2000
Champions Consadole Sapporo
1st J2 title
4th D2 title
Promoted Consadole Sapporo
Urawa Red Diamonds
Top goalscorer Emerson (31 goals total)
1999
2001

Statistics of J.League Division 2 in the 2000 season.

Contents

Overview

It was contested by 11 teams, and Consadole Sapporo won the championship.

Final table

PosTeamPldWOTWDOTLLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 Consadole Sapporo (C)402745047122+4994Promoted to the 2001 J.League Division 1
2 Urawa Red Diamonds [lower-alpha 1] 402353278240+4282Promoted to the 2001 J.League Division 1
3 Oita Trinita 402603388038+4281
4 Omiya Ardija 4021212145549+668
5 Vegalta Sendai 4015424156069955
6 Sagan Tosu 40132551541521148
7 Albirex Niigata 4011452185463946
8 Shonan Bellmare [lower-alpha 1] 40123171759711243
9 Mito HollyHock [lower-alpha 2] 4096421937612443
10 Montedio Yamagata 4092232440612133
11 Ventforet Kofu 4050323031845318
Source: [ citation needed ]
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. 1 2 Relegated from 1999 J.League Division 1
  2. Promoted from 1999 JFL

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