2009 Japanese Regional Leagues

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Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 2009 season.

Contents

Champions list

RegionChampionsRunners-upThird placeFourth place
HokkaidoSapporo Univ. GPNorbritz HokkaidoSapporo ShukyudanSapporo Wins
Tohoku Grulla Morioka Fukushima United NEC TokinPrimeiro
Kanto YSCC Hitachi Tochigi Uva Club Dragons Saitama
Hokushinetsu Japan Soccer College Nagano Parceiro Zweigen Kanazawa Matsumoto Yamaga
TokaiYazaki ValenteHamamatsu University Shizuoka Fujieda City Government
KansaiSanyo Electric SumotoLaranja KyotoAin Food Banditonce Kakogawa
ChugokuSagawa Express Chugoku Renofa Yamaguchi NTN OkayamaUbe Yahhh-Man
Shikoku Tokushima Vortis Second Kamatamare Sanuki Ehime ShimanamiSanyo Electric Tokushima
KyushuOkinawa KariyushiVolca KagoshimaNippon Steel OitaKyushu Sogo Sports College

As of October 25, 2009

Source:33rd Regional Football League Tournament (in Japanese)

Hokkaido

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Sapporo Winds
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Sapporo F.C.
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Sapporo Uni GP
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Barefoot Hokkaido
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Toyota Motor Hokkaido
2009 Hokkaido League teams

2009 was the 32nd season of Hokkaido League. The season started on May 10 and ended on September 13.

It was contested by six teams and Sapporo University GP won the tournament.

After the season, Barefoot Hokkaido and Toyota Motor Hokkaido were relegated to the Block Leagues. They were replaced by Blackpecker Hakodate and Maruseizu FC

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Sapporo University GP (C)10820419+3226Qualification for Regional League promotion series
2 Norbritz Hokkaido 10721286+2223
3 Sapporo FC 104151726913
4 Sapporo Winds 103341827912
5 Barefoot Hokkaido (R)102171326137Relegation to Hokkaido Block leagues
6 Toyota Motor Hokkaido (R)101181134234
Updated to match(es) played on September 13, 2009. Source: Hokkaido Soccer League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away BAR NOR SAP SGP WIN TMH
Barefoot Hokkaido 1–20–30–41–44–0
Norbritz Hokkaido 4–14–03–34–03–0
Sapporo FC 1–30–22–63–13–2
Sapporo University GP 1–01–02–29–06–0
Sapporo Winds 2–20–06–21–32–1
Toyota Motor Hokkaido 5–10–60–11–62–2
Updated to match(es) played on September 13, 2009. Source: Hokkaido Soccer League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Tohoku

Division 1

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Akita Cambiare
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Shiogama
Wiese
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NEC Tokin
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Sendai Nakada
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F.C. Primero
2009 Tohoku League D1 teams

2009 was the 33rd season of Tohoku League. The season started on April 12 and ended on October 11.

It was contested by eight teams and Grulla Morioka won the championship for the third consecutive year.

After the season, Sendai Nakada were relegated to the second division (south group) and Cobaltore Onagawa took their place.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Grulla Morioka (C)1411305915+4436Qualification for Regional League promotion series
2 Fukushima United 141130518+4336
3 NEC Tokin 149233719+1829
4 FC Primero 146082428418
5 Akita Cambiare 1452717432617
6 Morioka Zebra 14311018452710
7 Shiogama Wiese 142391936179 Promotion/Relegation Series
8 Sendai Nakada (R)1412111445315Relegation to Tohoku League Division 2
Updated to match(es) played on October 11, 2009. Source: Tohoku Soccer League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away CAM FUK GRU NAK NEC PRM WIE ZEB
Akita Cambiare 0–61–22–11–21–21–01–1
Fukushima United 7–01–13–02–03–04–13–0
Grulla Morioka 14–02–25–07–22–15–14–3
Sendai Nakada 1–51–20–32–52–53–30–2
NEC Tokin 4–02–20–06–03–02–04–1
FC Primero 1–20–11–21–31–23–24–2
Shiogama Wiese 1–10–62–31–13–12–31–0
Morioka Zebra 1–21–91–92–00–41–23–2
Updated to match(es) played on October 11, 2009. Source: First round, Second round
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Division 2

2009 was the 13th season of Tohoku League Division 2. North and South groups were won by Fuji Club 2003 and Cobaltore Onagawa respectively, and in post-season playoff series the latter earned promotion to Division 1.

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F.C. Shiwa
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Fuji Club 2003
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Mizusawa S.C.
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Tono Club
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Nippon
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Kamaishi
2009 Tohoku Division 2 North League teams

North league table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Fuji Club 2003 (C)1410403513+2234Qualification for Tohoku Promotion/Relegation Series
2 Nippon Steel Kamaishi 149053826+1227
3 Vanraure Hachinohe 148244325+1826
4 Mizusawa SC 145452521+419
5 Grulla Istria 145183440616Disbanded [lower-alpha 1]
6 Tono Club 1450924341015
7 ReinMeer Aomori 1443721331215 Prefectural Promotion/Relegation Series
8 FC Shiwa 141491644287Relegation to Tohoku prefectural leagues [lower-alpha 1]
Updated to match(es) played on October 11, 2009. Source: Tohoku Soccer League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. 1 2 Grulla Istria, the satellite team of Grulla Morioka was disbanded after the season. Since Reinmeer Aomori have already won the play-offs against prefectural league team, F.C. Shiwa regained their place in the division, though having accepted the relegation earlier.

North league results

Home \ Away FJI GRI MIZ NSK REI SHW TNO VAN
Fuji Club 2003 4–01–12–12–22–02–04–3
Grulla Istria 2–21–42–41–22–03–24–5
Mizusawa SC 1–21–26–32–22–21–02–1
Nippon Steel Kamaishi 1–46–41–05–12–00–25–1
ReinMeer Aomori 0–11–60–31–03–32–30–1
FC Shiwa 0–61–61–10–31–33–13–3
Tono Club 0–12–13–13–52–34–21–7
Vanraure Hachinohe 2–26–02–00–23–16–03–1
Updated to match(es) played on October 11, 2009. Source: First round, Second round
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
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Nakaniida S.C.
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Marysol Matsushima
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Soma S.C.
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Merry
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Viancone Fukushima
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Bandits Iwaki
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Iwaki Furukawa
2010 Tohoku Division 2 South League teams

South league table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Cobaltore Onagawa (C, P)141211307+2337Qualification for Tohoku Promotion/Relegation Series
2 Bandits Iwaki 149053025+527
3 Viancone Fukushima 147162923+622
4 Iwaki Furukawa 146262617+920
5 Merry 145452522+319
6 Marysol Matsushima 1444620361616
7 Soma SC 1433820321212 Prefectural Promotion/Relegation Series
8 Nakaniida SC (R)142111927187Relegation to Tohoku prefectural leagues
Updated to match(es) played on October 11, 2009. Source: Tohoku Soccer League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

South league results

Home \ Away BAN COB IFU MAR MER NKN SOM VIA
Bandits Iwaki 0–30–33–22–00–17–22–5
Cobaltore Onagawa 3–01–01–12–03–11–03–0
Iwaki Furukawa 1–31–06–01–30–12–21–2
Marysol Matsushima 1–20–31–14–43–02–11–0
Merry 0–30–13–15–03–10–01–1
Nakaniida SC 1–20–20–30–22–20–21–2
Soma SC 2–33–41–31–12–32–11–0
Viancone Fukushima 1–31–30–39–22–11–05–1
Updated to match(es) played on October 11, 2009. Source: First round, Second round
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Tohoku Promotion and Relegation Series

In order to decide the direct exchange between two divisions, two D2 winners played against each other in two-legged series. Cobaltore Onagawa defeated Fuji Club 2003 and received direct promotion to Division 1, replacing the bottom-placed Sendai Nakada, while Fuji Club 2003 were scheduled to face Shiogama Wiese in another two-legged series. By overall result, Shiogama Wiese have saved their Division 1 position.

The bottom-placed teams in both groups of Division 2 were directly relegated to the prefectural leagues, though in the north FC Shiwa have escaped relegation because of post-season disbandment of Grulla Istria. Their spots were filled by Omiya FC and Scheinen Fukushima, respectively. Second to last finishers, ReinMeer Aomori and Soma SC were scheduled to play against Hokuto Bank S.C. and Sakata Migaku Club, respectively, and both won their challenges, thus remaining in the Regional League for another year.

Kanto

Division 1

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A.C. Almaleza
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Honda Luminozo
Sayama
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Atsugi Marcus
2010 Kanto League D1 teams

2009 was the 43rd season of Kanto League. The season started on April 4 and ended on September 6.

It was contested by eight teams and YSCC Yokohama won the championship for the second time in their history after two-year pause.

After the season, Hitachi Tochigi Uva were promoted to Japan Football League. Because of that, only Honda Luminozo Sayama were relegated to the second division, and both its winner and runner-up, Vertfee Takahara Nasu and Tonan Maebashi were promoted automatically.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 YSCC Yokohama (C)1410133415+1931Qualification for Regional League promotion series
2 Hitachi Tochigi Uva (P)1410133016+1431
3 Club Dragons 149142716+1128
4 Saitama SC 148332413+1127
5 Atsugi Marcus 146262016+420
6 FC Korea 1441920381813
7 AC Almaleza 14401013301712
8 Honda Luminozo Sayama (R)140113731241Relegation to Kanto League Division 2
Updated to match(es) played on September 6, 2009. Source: Kanto Soccer League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away ALM DRA KOR LUM MRC SAI UVA YSC
AC Almaleza 2–02–32–11–00–41–21–5
Club Dragons 4–02–11–01–22–13–21–3
FC Korea 2–10–85–10–11–41–30–5
Honda Luminozo Sayama 0–10–11–11–40–11–30–2
Atsugi Marcus 2–10–14–22–01–12–30–1
Saitama SC 2–02–21–02–12–11–12–1
Hitachi Tochigi Uva 3–00–12–05–11–01–00–2
YSCC Yokohama 2–13–03–41–01–12–13–4
Updated to match(es) played on September 6, 2009. Source: Kanto Soccer League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Division 2

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Hitachi Building Systems
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Yono Shukonkai
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Aries Tokyo
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Kanagawa Teachers
2010 Kanto League D2 teams

2009 was the 7th season of Kanto League Division 2. It was won by Vertfee Takahara Nasu who earned promotion to Division 1 along with runners-up Tonan Maebashi. On the other end of the table, Yono Shukonkai were relegated and SG System and TM & NF Insurance were promoted from prefectural leagues.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Vertfee Takahara Nasu (C, P)1412113715+2237Promotion to Kanto League Division 1
2 Tonan Maebashi (P)1410043814+2430
3 SAI Ichihara 149143123+828
4 Toho Titanium 146442925+422
5 Aries Tokyo 147162724+322
6 Hitachi Building System 1441917372013
7 Kanagawa Teachers 1421112439157
8 Yono Shukonkai (R)1411121036264Relegation to Kanto Prefectural leagues
Updated to match(es) played on September 6, 2009. Source: Kanto Soccer League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away ARI BUI ICH KTE TIT TON VRF YOS
Aries Tokyo 1–10–12–14–30–12–32–0
Hitachi Building System 0–31–40–13–61–40–52–0
SAI Ichihara 4–22–04–30–20–40–16–2
Kanagawa Teachers 5–61–31–32–42–62–32–3
Toho Titanium 2–00–31–12–20–32–20–0
Tonan Maebashi 1–07–01–21–00–32–36–1
Vertfee Takahara Nasu 1–35–05–02–14–21–04–0
Yono Shukonkai 1–21–20–40–11–21–20–1
Updated to match(es) played on September 6, 2009. Source: Kanto Soccer League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Hokushin'etsu

Division 1

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Granscena Niigata
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Ueda Gentian
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Valiente Toyama
2010 Hokushin'etsu League D1 teams

2009 was the 35th season of Hokushin'etsu League. The season started on April 11 and ended on August 2.

It was contested by eight teams and Japan Soccer College won the championship for the third time in their history after two-year pause.

After the season, Zweigen Kanazawa and Matsumoto Yamaga were promoted to Japan Football League. Because of that, no one were relegated. Because D2 champions, CUPS Seiro, were reserve team of Japan Soccer College, the promotion was given to the runner-up and third-placed team, Antelope Shiojiri and Teihens FC respectively.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Japan Soccer College (C)1411213011+1935Qualification for Regional League promotion series
2 Nagano Parceiro 149415914+4531
3 Zweigen Kanazawa (P)141013499+4031Qualification for Regional League promotion series [lower-alpha 1]
4 Matsumoto Yamaga (P)149234014+2629
5 Saurcos Fukui 14311015412610
6 Granscena Niigata 14311019594010
7 Ueda Gentian 1422101439258
8 Valiente Toyama 142111948397
Updated to match(es) played on August 2, 2009. Source: Hokusnin'etsu Football League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted.
Notes:
  1. Matsumoto Yamaga and Zweigen Kanazawa qualified as the winner and runner-up of Shakaijin Cup.

Results

Home \ Away GEN GRS JSC PAR SAU VAT YAM ZWE
Ueda Gentian 1–31–30–42–03–01–30–8
Granscena Niigata 2–10–22–152–23–22–50–5
Japan Soccer College 2–12–12–42–07–02–11–1
Nagano Parceiro 1–14–01–19–16–02–21–2
Saurcos Fukui 3–04–21–21–20–21–50–2
Valiente Toyama 2–22–10–10–70–20–11–5
Matsumoto Yamaga 3–14–00–11–16–08–00–3
Zweigen Kanazawa 5–010–10–21–25–02–00–1
Updated to match(es) played on August 2, 2009. Source: First round, Second round
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Division 2

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Ohara Gakuen
High School
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Antelope Shiojiri
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Goals F.C.
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Maruoka Phoenix
2010 Hokushin'etsu League D2 teams

2009 was the 6th season of Hokushin'etsu League Division 2. It was won by CUPS Seiro, but being a reserve team of Japan Soccer College, they were not eligible to promotion. Instead, the runner-up and the third-placed team, Antelope Shiojiri and Teihens FC respectively, were promoted.

Due to no team being relegated from D1, no relegation occurred in D2 either. After the season, Fukui KSC and Artista Tomi were promoted from Prefectural leagues.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 CUPS Seiro (C)1410043914+2530
2 Antelope Shiojiri (P)149052518+727Promotion to Hokushin'etsu League Division 1 [lower-alpha 1]
3 Teihens FC (P)148242925+426
4 Niigata Uni. of Management 147343016+1424
5 Ohara Gakuen HS 146262934520
6 Maruoka Phoenix 145272734717
7 Niigata Uni. of H&W 1443719301115
8 Goals FC 1410131138273
Updated to match(es) played on August 2, 2009. Source: Hokusnin'etsu Football League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted.
Notes:
  1. CUPS Seiro are the reserve team of Japan Soccer College, thus not being eligible to promotion.

Results

Home \ Away ANL CUP GOA NHW NUM OHG PHX TEI
Antelope Shiojiri 2–01–05–02–13–23–13–1
CUPS Seiro 3–04–22–00–12–11–25–0
Goals FC 0–10–50–30–11–43–61–2
Niigata Uni. of H&W 1–01–42–11–13–21–11–3
Niigata Uni. of Management 3–01–31–22–16–04–10–2
Ohara Gakuen HS 3–20–53–13–21–11–04–0
Maruoka Phoenix 1–21–32–02–21–66–31–4
Teihens FC 2–13–23–04–12–22–21–2
Updated to match(es) played on August 2, 2009. Source: First round, Second round
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Tokai

Division 1
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1Yazaki Valente1410223410+2432
2Hamamatsu University149143313+2028
3 Shizuoka 147342012+824
4 Fujieda City Government 146262018+220
5Chukyo University146262525020
6Maruyasu Industries145272028817
7Toyota14311015311610
8Konica Minolta Toyokawa14311013433010
Source: [ citation needed ]

2009 season finished on October 11, 2009

Division 2
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 F.C. Suzuka Rampole 149414010+3031
2Fuyo Club147342419+524
3Ise Persona147252620+623
4Mind House Yokkaichi147251913+623
5Chukyo University Club147163330+322
6Kasugai Club145272023317
7 Nagoya 145271724717
8Sagawa Express Chukyo120012541360
Source: F.C. Suzuka Rampole website - Tokai Soccer League standings (in Japanese)

2009 season finished on October 25, 2009

Kansai

Division 1
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1Sanyo Electric Sumoto1410133111+2031
2Laranja Kyoto149233514+2129
3Ain Food149052112+927
4 Banditonce Kakogawa 147072222021
5Hannan University Club146262718+920
6Biwako Hira145271725817
7Shiga1441922391713
8 Kyoto BAMB 1420121650346
Source: Kansai Soccer League team standings - Div1 (in Japanese)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

2009 season finished on October 4, 2009

Division 2
PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Nara Club 149324718+2930
2Renaiss Gakuen Kōga148246133+2826
3Kyoto Shiko Club148152625+125
4Sakai146532718+923
5Kobe 19701453618341618
6Diablossa Takada F.C.144462532716
7Mitsubishi Heavy Industrial Kobe1441916362013
8JST1413101741246
Source: Kansai Soccer League team standings - Div2 (in Japanese)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

2009 season finished on October 4, 2009

Chugoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1Sagawa Express Chugoku [lower-alpha 1] 1814405513+4246
2 Renofa Yamaguchi 1813145321+3240
3NTN Okayama [lower-alpha 1] 1812333918+2139
4Ube Yahhh-Man189274132+929
5Nippon Petroleum Mizushima188193232025
6 Dezzolla Shimane 18621023371420
7Hitachi Kasado18531029461718
8JFE Steel West Japan18431122462415
9Mazda18341114362213
10Genki18331218452712
Source: 2009 Chugoku Soccer League Result (in Japanese)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. 1 2 Sagawa Express Chugoku declined berth in Regional Promotion Series at the request of owner Sagawa Express, which also owns Sagawa Shiga F.C. in Japan Football League. NTN Okayama thus substituted.

2009 season finished on October 25, 2009

Shikoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Tokushima Vortis Second 141310627+5540
2 Kamatamare Sanuki 1412025610+4636
3 Ehime Shimanami 147252616+1023
4Sanyo Electric Tokushima1451824361216
5 Nangoku Kochi 1442817422514
6Minami Club1434715311613
7Ventana1432913301711
8Nankoku Torastar1422101354418
Source: Shikoku Soccer League Score (in Japanese) Kamatamare Sanuki official website
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

2009 season finished on October 25, 2009

Kyushu

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPts
1Okinawa Kariyushi16123015416+3842
2Volca Kagoshima16110324323+2036
3Nippon Steel Oita1682154528+1729
4Kyushu Sogo Sports College1663163635+125
5Okinawa Kaiho Bank1661362221+123
6Kyusyu Inax1670093428+621
7Kawasoe Club16512820341419
8Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki162221013372412
9Vainqueur Kumamoto16300131863459
Source: Kyushu League 2009 team standings (in Japanese)

2009 season finished on September 6, 2009

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