|Stadium||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium|
The 2015 Kawasaki Frontale season saw the club compete in the J1 League, the top league of Japanese football, in which they finished 6th.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|4||FC Tokyo||34||19||6||9||45||33||+12||63||Champions League qualifying play-off|
|7||Yokohama F. Marinos||34||15||10||9||45||32||+13||55|
|1–1||7 March 2015||Yokohama F. Marinos||1–3||Kawasaki Frontale||Nissan Stadium||38,123|
|1–2||14 March 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||2–2||Vissel Kobe||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||21,689|
|1–3||22 March 2015||Montedio Yamagata||1–0||Kawasaki Frontale||ND Soft Stadium Yamagata||12,081|
|1–4||4 April 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||4–1||Albirex Niigata||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||17,643|
|1–5||12 April 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||1–1||Urawa Reds||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||24,992|
|1–6||18 April 2015||Vegalta Sendai||2–3||Kawasaki Frontale||Yurtec Stadium Sendai||13,644|
|1–7||25 April 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||3–0||Ventforet Kofu||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||16,953|
|1–8||29 April 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||1–4||Kashiwa Reysol||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||20,961|
|1–9||2 May 2015||FC Tokyo||2–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Ajinomoto Stadium||42,604|
|1–10||6 May 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||0–1||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||21,141|
|1–11||10 May 2015||Nagoya Grampus||0–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Toyota Stadium||16,952|
|1–12||16 May 2015||Gamba Osaka||1–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Expo '70 Commemorative Stadium||18,842|
|1–13||23 May 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||3–2||Sagan Tosu||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||14,881|
|1–14||30 May 2015||Shimizu S-Pulse||5–2||Kawasaki Frontale||IAI Stadium Nihondaira||13,055|
|1–15||7 June 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||2–1||Shonan Bellmare||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||20,857|
|1–16||20 June 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||2–0||Matsumoto Yamaga FC||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||21,490|
|1–17||27 June 2015||Kashima Antlers||2–3||Kawasaki Frontale||Kashima Soccer Stadium||13,867|
|2–1||11 July 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||2–0||FC Tokyo||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||23,793|
|2–2||15 July 2015||Sagan Tosu||1–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Best Amenity Stadium||7,524|
|2–3||19 July 2015||Kashiwa Reysol||1–0||Kawasaki Frontale||Hitachi Kashiwa Stadium||14,055|
|2–4||25 July 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||3–2||Shimizu S-Pulse||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||20,040|
|2–5||29 July 2015||Matsumoto Yamaga FC||1–3||Kawasaki Frontale||Matsumotodaira Park Stadium||15,610|
|2–6||12 August 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||0–0||Montedio Yamagata||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||19,154|
|2–7||16 August 2015||Vissel Kobe||2–0||Kawasaki Frontale||Noevir Stadium Kobe||15,451|
|2–8||22 August 2015||Shonan Bellmare||2–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Shonan BMW Stadium Hiratsuka||14,136|
|2–9||29 August 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||1–3||Kashima Antlers||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||22,632|
|2–10||12 September 2015||Ventforet Kofu||1–3||Kawasaki Frontale||Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium||11,069|
|2–11||19 September 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||6–1||Nagoya Grampus||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||20,238|
|2–12||26 September 2015||Albirex Niigata||1–2||Kawasaki Frontale||Denka Big Swan Stadium||22,573|
|2–13||4 October 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||5–3||Gamba Osaka||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||24,300|
|2–14||17 October 2015||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||2–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Edion Stadium Hiroshima||19,751|
|2–15||24 October 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||0–1||Yokohama F. Marinos||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||23,701|
|2–16||7 November 2015||Urawa Reds||1–1||Kawasaki Frontale||Saitama Stadium 2002||46,597|
|2–17||22 November 2015||Kawasaki Frontale||1–0||Vegalta Sendai||Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium||22,511|
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