|Dates||16 March – 30 November|
|Champions|| Honda FC |
4th JFL title
5th D3 title
|Promoted|| Tochigi SC |
|Goals scored||890 (2.91 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Junya Nitta (25 goals total)|
|Highest attendance||13,821 (Round 34,|
Tochigi vs. Kariya)
|Lowest attendance||141 (Round 4,|
Mizushima vs. Yokogawa)
The 2008 Japan Football League (Japanese: 第10回日本フットボールリーグ, Hepburn: Dai Jikkai Nihon Futtobōru Rīgu) was the tenth season of the Japan Football League, the third tier of the Japanese football league system.
It was contested by 18 teams. Honda FC won the championship.
ALO's Hokuriku and YKK AP, both based in Toyama merged before the season to become Kataller Toyama.
Fagiano Okayama, New Wave Kitakyushu and MIO Biwako Kusatsu were promoted from Regional leagues by the virtue of their placing in the Regional League promotion series.
New Wave Kitakyushu and Kataller Toyama were approved as J. League associate members at the annual meeting in January. Fagiano Okayama were approved back in 2007 when playing in Regional league. FC Ryukyu's application was declined.
|1||Honda FC (C)||34||22||8||4||80||33||+47||74|
|2||Tochigi SC (P)||34||18||9||7||65||37||+28||63||Promotion to 2009 J. League Division 2|
|3||Kataller Toyama (P)||34||18||8||8||61||36||+25||62|
|4||Fagiano Okayama (P)||34||17||9||8||63||43||+20||60|
|6||Ryutsu Keizai University||34||17||6||11||56||48||+8||57|
|10||New Wave Kitakyushu||34||13||10||11||49||48||+1||49|
|14||MIO Biwako Kusatsu||34||10||8||16||40||62||−22||38|
|18||Mitsubishi Motors Mizushima||34||3||7||24||30||76||−46||16|
|1||Junya Nitta||Honda FC||25|
|2||Kodai Suzuki||Honda FC||20|
|3||Yasutaka Kobayashi||Fagiano Okayama||19|
|4||Kohei Kiyama||Fagiano Okayama||18|
|5||Yusuke Sato||Tochigi SC||16|
|6||Mitsuru Hasegawa||Kataller Toyama||15|
|Gen Nakamura||Sagawa Shiga||15|
|8||Goshi Okubo||Sony Sendai||14|
|Go Togashi||TDK SC||14|
|10||Kiyohiro Hirabayashi||FC Kariya||12|
|Hideyuki Ishida||Kataller Toyama||12|
|6||New Wave Kitakyushu||19,539||1,752||725||1,149||−5.0%‡|
|11||MIO Biwako Kusatsu||14,511||2,102||307||854||+243.0%‡|
|14||Ryutsu Keizai University||9,246||1,284||183||544||−3.0%|
|17||Mitsubishi Motors Mizushima||6,038||1,115||141||355||−4.1%|
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YKK AP S.C. is a Japanese football club based in Kurobe, Toyama Prefecture. They play in Toyama Prefectural League. Their team colour is blue.
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Kataller Toyama is a football club in Japan that was formed from the merger of the ALO's Hokuriku and YKK AP SC. The club currently plays in J3 League.
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