|Champions|| Kawasaki Frontale |
2nd J2 title
3rd D2 title
|Promoted|| Kawasaki Frontale |
|Goals scored||635 (2.41 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Juninho (33 goals total)|
|Highest attendance||20,062 (Round 10,|
Montedio vs. Vegalta)
|Lowest attendance||1,338 (Round 31,|
HollyHock vs. Bellmare)
The 2004 J. League Division 2 season is the 33rd season of the second-tier club football in Japan and the 6th season since the establishment of J2 League.
In this season, twelve clubs competed in the quadruple round-robin format. Starting this season, promotion slots increased to 2.5 slots. The top two received automatic promotion and the third-placed finisher advanced to the Pro/Rele Series for the promotion. There were no relegation to the third-tier Japan Football League.
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Following twelve clubs played in J. League Division 2 during 2004 season. Of these clubs, Vegalta Sendai and Kyoto Purple Sanga relegated from Division 1 last year.
Twelve clubs will play in quadruple round-robin format, a total of 44 games each. A club receives 3 points for a win, 1 point for a tie, and 0 points for a loss. The clubs are ranked by points, and tie breakers are, in the following order:
A draw would be conducted, if necessary. However, if two clubs are tied at the first place, both clubs will be declared as the champions. The top two clubs will be promoted to J1, while the 3rd placed club plays a two-legged Promotion/Relegation series.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Kawasaki Frontale (C, P)||44||34||3||7||104||38||+66||105||Promotion to 2005 J. League Division 1|
|2||Omiya Ardija (P)||44||26||9||9||63||38||+25||87|
|3||Avispa Fukuoka||44||23||7||14||56||41||+15||76||Promotion/Relegation Playoff|
|5||Kyoto Purple Sanga||44||19||12||13||65||53||+12||69|
|Avispa Fukuoka||0 - 2||Kashiwa Reysol|
|Official Report||47' Harutaka Ono |
89' Tatsuya Yazawa
|Kashiwa Reysol||2 - 0||Avispa Fukuoka|
| Yuji Unozawa 57'|
Yasuhiro Hato 61'
Kashiwa Reysol won on 4-0 on aggregate, and therefore both clubs remained in their respective leagues.
|2||Kazuki Ganaha||Kawasaki Frontale|
|Hideo Ōshima||Montedio Yamagata|
|4||Choi Yong-Soo||Kyoto Purple Sanga|
|Hisato Satō||Vegalta Sendai|
|9||Michiaki Kakimoto||Shonan Bellmare|
|Hiroshi Morita||Omiya Ardija|
|5||Kyoto Purple Sanga||171,764||10,579||3,124||7,807||−28.0%†|
Updated to games played on November 27, 2004
Source: J. League Division 2
† Team played previous season in J1.
The 2005 J.League Division 2 season was the 34th season of the second-tier club football in Japan and the 7th season since the establishment of J2 League.
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1999 Montedio Yamagata season
1999 Oita Trinita season
2000 Shonan Bellmare season
2001 Vegalta Sendai season
2001 Montedio Yamagata season
2001 Omiya Ardija season
2001 Kawasaki Frontale season
2001 Shonan Bellmare season
2001 Ventforet Kofu season
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