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|Champions|| Honda FC |
9th JFL title
|Relegated||Ryutsu Keizai Dragons|
|Goals scored||623 (2.6 per match)|
The 2019 Japan Football League (Japanese: 第21回日本フットボールリーグ(第21回 JFL 2019), Hepburn: Dai Nijūikkai Nihon Futtobōru Rīgu (Dai Nijūikkai JFL 2019)) is the seventh season of the fourth tier in Japanese football, and the 21st season since the establishment of Japan Football League.
Starting from this season, the league reverted to a one-stage double round-robin again.
Sixteen clubs will feature in this season of Japan Football League. There were some changes: Vanraure Hachinohe won promotion to pro football in 2018, while Cobaltore Onagawa was relegated. There are two new clubs in the JFL, debuting in this category: Matsue City FC won the Regional Promotion Series, while Suzuka Unlimited FC came second in the final phase.
|Club Name||Home Town||Position||Notes|
|FC Imabari||Imabari, Ehime||5th||J.League 100 Year Plan club status and J3 license holders|
|FC Osaka||Higashiōsaka, Osaka||2nd|
|Honda FC||Hamamatsu, Shizuoka||1st||Defending champions of 2018|
|Honda Lock||Miyazaki, Miyazaki||14th|
|Maruyasu Okazaki||Okazaki, Aichi||13th|
|Matsue City FC||Matsue, Shimane||RPS 1st||Promoted from CSL after 1st place in 42nd Regional Promotion Series|
|MIO Biwako Shiga||Kusatsu, Shiga||7th|
|Nara Club||All cities/towns in Nara||8th||J.League 100 Year Plan club status and J3 license holders|
|ReinMeer Aomori||Aomori, Aomori||10th||J.League 100 Year Plan club status and J3 license holders|
|Ryutsu Keizai Dragons||Ryūgasaki, Ibaraki||15th|
|Sony Sendai||Tagajō, Miyagi||4th|
|Suzuka Unlimited FC||Suzuka, Mie||RPS 2nd||Promoted from TASL after 2nd place in 42nd Regional Promotion Series|
|Tegevajaro Miyazaki||Miyazaki & Shintomi, Miyazaki||12th||J.League 100 Year Plan club status|
|Tokyo Musashino City||Musashino, Tokyo||6th||J.League 100 Year Plan club status and J3 license holders|
|Veertien Mie||All cities/towns in Mie||11th|
|Verspah Oita||Yufu & Ōita, Ōita||9th|
|Matsue City FC||GAViC|
|MIO Biwako Shiga||TBA||JOGARBOLA|
|Ryutsu Keizai Dragons||TBC||Adidas|
|Suzuka Unlimited FC||ATHLETA|
|Tokyo Musashino City||Yonex|
|1||Honda FC (C)||30||19||6||5||59||30||+29||63|
|3||FC Imabari (P)||30||13||12||5||41||26||+15||51||Promotion to 2020 J3 League|
|4||Tokyo Musashino City||30||13||9||8||44||39||+5||48|
|9||MIO Biwako Shiga||30||11||7||12||27||40||−13||40|
|12||Suzuka Unlimited FC||30||9||9||12||43||47||−4||36|
|15||Matsue City FC||30||5||10||15||26||51||−25||25|
|16||Ryutsu Keizai Dragons (R)||30||5||6||19||35||75||−40||21||Relegation to 2020 Regional Leagues|
|Honda Lock SC|
|MIO Biwako Shiga|
|Sony Sendai FC|
|Sony Sendai FC|
|Tokyo Musashino City FC|
|Tokyo Musashino City FC|
|Matsue City FC|
Iwaki FC and Kochi United SC won the promotion after coming in the Top 2 of the Final Round of the 2019 Regional Promotion Series.
|8||Matsue City FC||10,482||1,544||360||699||n/a|
|10||MIO Biwako Shiga||8,292||1,523||206||553||+8.0%|
|12||Sony Sendai FC||6,629||709||253||442||−5.6%|
|14||FC Maruyasu Okazaki||5,797||632||207||387||+8.7%|
|15||Honda Lock SC||5,169||837||168||345||+13.1%|
Updated to games played on 01/12/2019
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