2013 Japanese Regional Leagues

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The 2013 Japanese Regional Leagues were a competition between parallel association football leagues ranking at the bottom of the Japan Football League.

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Champions list

RegionChampions
Hokkaido Norbritz Hokkaido
Tohoku Grulla Morioka
Kanto FC Korea
Hokushinetsu Saurcos Fukui
Tokai FC Maruyasu Okazaki
Kansai FC Osaka
Chugoku Fagiano Okayama Next
Shikoku FC Imabari
Kyushu Volca Kagoshima

League standings

Hokkaido

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Club Fields Norbritz Hokkaido 1411034012+2833
2 Tokachi Fairsky Genesis 1410224416+2832
3 Sapporo University Goal Plunderers 149144127+1428
4 Sapporo Football Club 147253221+1123
5 Rokkatei Marseitz 146173121+1019Disbanded
6 Nippon Steel Kamaishi 145182937816
7 Imamizawa FC Hokusai 1413102061416
8 Toyota Motor Hokkaido (R)1412111456425
Source: rsssf.com
(R) Relegated.

Tohoku

Division 1

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 Grulla Morioka (C, P)1816119510+8549Promoted to J3
2 Vanraure Hachinohe (P)181611678+5949Promoted to JFL
3 FC Ganju Iwate 1813146717+5040
4 Cobaltore Onagawa 1810264229+1332
5 Fuji Club 2003 18521128522417
6 FC Primeiro 18441023553216
7 Morioka Zebra 18511219604116
8 Shiogama N.T.F.C. Wiese 18431125613615
9 Bandits Iwaki FC 18411324603613
10 Akita FC Cambiare 18341119573813
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted.

Division 2 North

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 ReinMeer Aomori (C, P)181620533+5050Promoted to North-East
2 Blancdieu Hirosaki FC 1812243417+1738
3 Omiya Club 189543828+1032
4 TDK Shinwakai 187382322+124
5 Nippon Steel Kamaishi 187292827+123
6 FC Fuji 08 1863925351021
7 Mizusawa Club 185582326320
8 Akita University School of Medicine 18521121331217
9 Hanamaki Club (R)18521125441917
10 Tono Club (R)18341115503513
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Division 2 South

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Merry (C, P)1813144920+2940Promoted to North-East
2 Sendai Nakada FC 1812244428+1638
3 Sendai Sasuke FC 189274235+729
4 Iwaki Furukawa FC 189184433+1128
5 FC Parafrente Yonezawa 188373331+227
6 Soma SC 187563024+626
7 FC Scheinen Fukushima 187383333024
8 Marysol Matsushima SC 1872932471523
9 Nakashinden FC (R)1871103636022
10 Sakata Football Association (R)1810171672563
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Kanto

Division 1

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 FC Korea 1812423114+1740
2 Vertfee Takahara Nasu 1811523217+1538
3 Tonan Maebashi 189453221+1131
4 Tokyo 23 FC 189275032+1829
5 Aries FC Tokyo 189273423+1129
6 Hitachi Building System 186662628224
7 Ryutsu Keizai University FC 187382634824
8 Saitama SC 186572431723
9 Club Dragons (R)1830152354319Relegated to Div. 2
10 Toho Titanium SC (R)1813141741246
Source: rsssf.com
(R) Relegated.

Division 2

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Urayasu FC (P)1817109411+8352Promoted to Div. 1
2 Vonds Ichihara (P)1812064520+2536
3 Yokohama Takeru 1810262930132
4 Kanagawa FC 188373033327
5 JMSDF Atsugi Air Base 188372933427
6 Nippon Engineering College F.Marinos 18801027431624
7 Sakado City FC 1861112931219
8 Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance 185492330719
9 AC Almaleza (R)184592632617
10 Mitsubishi Yowa SC (R)1821151584697
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Hokushinetsu

Division 1

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Saurcos Fukui 141220437+3638
2 Japan Soccer College 1410225312+4132
3 Artista Tomi 141013439+3431
4 FC Antelope Shiojiri 1452717361917
5 FC Hokuriku 1442816341814
6 Valiente Toyama 1432918371911
7 Toyama Shinjo Club 1424817361910Relegated to Div. 2
8 Teihens FC 1413101248366
Source: rsssf.com

Division 2

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 FC Ueda Gentian (P)1412026513+5236Promoted to Div. 1
2 Sakai Phoenix (P)149235025+2529
3 '09 Keidai FC 146353626+1021
4 AS Jamineiro 146262722+520
5 FC Abies 146262734720
6 Nagaoka Billboard FC 1460834451118
7 CUPS Seiro (R)145092836815
8 Granscena Niigata FC (R)141112672664
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Tokai

Division 1

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or qualification
1 FC Maruyasu Okazaki (P, Q)149142615+1128Promoted to JFL
2 FC Gifu SECOND 149052816+1227
3 F.C. Kariya 148153521+1425
4 Azul Claro Numazu (P)148152021125Promoted to JFL
5 Toyota Shukyudan 147162926+322
6 FC Suzuka Rampole 146262224220
7 Fujieda City Hall SC 1430111727109
8 Yazaki Valente 1430111441279
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.

Division 2

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion
1 Nagoya SC 141211419+3237Promoted to Div. 1
2 Chukyo University FC 149324114+2730
3 Tokoha University FC 146352420+421
4 Kasugai Club 1463517291221
5 Ise YAMATO FC 144372127615
6 FC Kawasaki 1435618301214
7 Nagara Club 142481726910
8 JTEKT Soccer Club 1422101741248
Source: rsssf.com

Kansai

Division 1

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 FC Osaka 141220387+3138
2 Amitie SC 149233111+2029
3 Lagend Shiga FC 148242414+1026
4 Banditonce Kakogawa 147432313+1025
5 Nara Club 1434711221113
6 Arterivo Wakayama 1441916351913
7 AS.Laranja Kyoto (R)1422101026168Relegated to Div. 2
8 Ain Foods (R)1421111237257
Source: rsssf.com
(R) Relegated.

Division 2

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Kansai FC 2008 (P)1410225113+3832Promoted to Div. 1
2 Hannan University FC (P)1410223414+2032
3 Diablossa Takada FC 147252815+1323
4 Panasonic Energy Sumoto FC 146352430621Disbanded
5 Kyoto Shiko Club 1443725361115
6 Takasago Mineiro 1441918341613
7 Kwansei Gakuin University SC 1433814291512
8 Biwako SC Hira (R)1432923351211
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Chugoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Fagiano Okayama Next (P, Q)1815215310+4347Promoted to JFL
2 Dezzolla Shimane 181413646+5843
3 Renofa Yamaguchi FC (P, Q)1813325315+3842Promoted to JFL
4 Matsue City FC 187473934+525
5 NTN Okayama 18711033451222
6 Fuji Xerox Hiroshima S.C. 18621030542420
7 Mitsubishi Motors Mizushima FC 1845926371117
8 Sagawa Chugoku SC 1845922391717
9 SC Hiroshima 18441025643916
10 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Mizushima FC 1812151861435
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.

Shikoku

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 F.C. Imabari 1411124410+3434
2 Igosso Kōchi FC 149233216+1629
3 Kochi University Torastar FC 148153421+1325
4 Tadotsu FC 147163732+522
5 R.VELHO 147163237522
6 llamas Kochi FC 1451826411516
7 Southern Club 1442818351714
8 Minami Club (R)1401131444301Relegated
Source: rsssf.com
(R) Relegated.

Kyushu

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPtsResult
1 Volca Kagoshima (P)18151117613+6348Promoted to JFL as one club (Kagoshima United FC)
2 FC Kagoshima (P)18150128113+6846
3 Nippon Steel Corp. Oita 18120065728+2936
4 FC Nankatsu 18623723331025
5 Kaiho Bank SC 18533727451824
6 Kyushu Mitsubishi Motors 18612926381222
7 Mitsubishi Heavy Industrial Nagasaki SC 18521103341820
8 Saga LIXIL F.C. 18333918301218
9 FC Naha 184221020452518
10 Kyushu SSC FC (R)182311225957013Relegated
Source: rsssf.com
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

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