J.League historical goals

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These are the milestones reached by Japanese football since the creation of J.League.

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J.League (J1)

Goal N°ScorerClubTime of CompetitionOpponentStadium
1 [1] Flag of the Netherlands.svg Henny Meijer Verdy Kawasaki JL, MD1 – May 15, 1993 Yokohama F. Marinos National Olympic Stadium (Tokyo)
500 Takashi Mizunuma Yokohama F. Marinos JL, MD34 – December 1, 1993 Nagoya Grampus Mizuho Rugby Stadium
1000 Flag of Argentina.svg Ramón Medina Bello Yokohama F. Marinos JL, MD25 – August 17, 1994 Kashima Antlers Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium
2000 Flag of Brazil.svg Edson Bellmare Hiratsuka JL, MD27 – August 12, 1995 Verdy Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium
3000 Yasutoshi Miura Verdy Kawasaki JL, MD16 – August 28, 1996 Cerezo Osaka Nagai Stadium
4000 Takayuki Yokoyama Cerezo Osaka JL, MD23 – August 23, 1997 Gamba Osaka Osaka Expo '70 Stadium
5000 Flag of Brazil.svg Basílio Kashiwa Reysol JL, MD24 – September 23, 1998 Consadole Sapporo Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium
6000 Hideto Suzuki Júbilo Iwata J1, MD27 – November 7, 1999 Sanfrecce Hiroshima Yamaha Stadium
7000 Tatsuhiko Kubo Sanfrecce Hiroshima J1, MD9 – May 12, 2001 Cerezo Osaka Coca-Cola West Hiroshima Stadium
8000 Flag of South Korea.svg Choi Yong-soo JEF United Chiba J1, MD18 – September 14, 2002 Nagoya Grampus Mizuho Athletic Stadium
9000 Daisuke Saito JEF United Chiba J1, MD1 – March 13, 2004 Vissel Kobe Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium
10000 [2] Masafumi Maeda Gamba Osaka J1, MD11 – May 8, 2005 Nagoya Grampus Osaka Expo '70 Stadium
11000 Flag of Brazil.svg André Pinto Kyoto Purple Sanga J1, MD14 – July 23, 2006 Shimizu S-Pulse Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium
12000 Flag of Brazil.svg Ueslei Sanfrecce Hiroshima J1, MD17 – June 23, 2007 Vissel Kobe Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium
13000 Seiichiro Maki JEF United Chiba J1, MD24 – September 14, 2008 Tokyo Verdy Fukuda Denshi Arena
14000 Hiroki Nakayama Kyoto Sanga J1, MD33 – November 28, 2009 Urawa Red Diamonds Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium
15000 Shinji Tsujio Shimizu S-Pulse J1, MD12 – May 22, 2011 Omiya Ardija NACK5 Stadium Omiya
16000 Naoyuki Fujita Sagan Tosu J1, MD11 – May 25, 2012 Gamba Osaka Osaka Expo '70 Stadium
17000 Daisuke Suzuki Kashiwa Reysol J1, MD17 – July 17, 2013 Shimizu S-Pulse Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium
18000 Shinzo Koroki Urawa Red Diamonds J1, MD25 – September 23, 2014 Albirex Niigata Denka Big Swan Stadium
19000 [3] Kaoru Takayama Shonan Bellmare J1, MD33 – November 7, 2015 Albirex Niigata Denka Big Swan Stadium
20000 [4] Shota Kaneko Shimizu S-Pulse J1, MD8 – April 21, 2017 Kawasaki Frontale Todoroki Athletics Stadium
21000 [5] Keita Endo Yokohama F. Marinos J1, MD24 – August 24th, 2019 Nagoya Grampus Mizuho Athletic Stadium

J.League 2 (J2)

Goal N°ScorerClubTime of CompetitionOpponentStadium
1 [6] Hayato Okamoto FC Tokyo J2, MD1 – March 14, 1999 Sagan Tosu Nishigaoka Soccer Stadium
500 Flag of Brazil.svg Jorginho Omiya Ardija J2, MD1 – March 12, 2000 Albirex Niigata NACK5 Stadium Omiya
1000 Naoki Naruo Albirex Niigata J2, MD36 – October 1, 2000 Urawa Red Diamonds Niigata City Athletic Stadium
2000 Tatsuomi Koishi Sagan Tosu J2, MD10 – April 20, 2002 Yokohama FC Mitsuzawa Park Athletics Stadium
3000 Augusto Kawasaki Frontale J2, MD30 – August 30, 2003 Montedio Yamagata Todoroki Athletics Stadium
4000 Shunta Nagai Mito HollyHock J2, MD11 – May 7, 2005 Vegalta Sendai Kasamatsu Stadium
5000 Flag of Brazil.svg Adiel Shonan Bellmare J2, MD31 – July 29, 2006 Consadole Sapporo Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium
6000 Flag of Brazil.svg André Pinto Kyoto Purple Sanga J2, MD43 – September 29, 2007 Shonan Bellmare Shonan BMW Stadium Hiratsuka
7000 Kunimitsu Sekiguchi Vegalta Sendai J2, MD45 – December 6, 2008 Thespa Kusatsu Yurtec Stadium Sendai
8000 Yohei Onishi Ventforet Kofu J2, MD43 – October 4, 2009 Tokyo Verdy National Stadium
9000 Keigo Higashi Oita Trinita J2, MD38 – December 4, 2010 Yokohama FC Ōita Bank Dome
10000 Kazuki Hiramoto Machida Zelvia J2, MD3 – March 17, 2012 Gainare Tottori Tottori Bank Bird Stadium
11000 Kaoru Takayama Shonan Bellmare J2, MD42 – November 11, 2012 Machida Zelvia Machida Athletic Stadium
12000 Flag of Brazil.svg Douglas Tokushima Vortis J2, MD35 – September 29, 2013 Gainare Tottori Pocarisweat Stadium
13000 Hisashi Jogo Avispa Fukuoka J2, MD30 – September 6, 2014 Giravanz Kitakyushu Honjō Athletic Stadium
14000 Hayao Kawabe Júbilo Iwata J2, MD27 – August 1, 2015 Fagiano Okayama City Light Stadium
15000 [7] Flag of North Korea.svg Jong Tae-se Shimizu S-Pulse J2, MD25 – July 25, 2016 JEF United Chiba Fukuda Denshi Arena
16000 [8] Makito Yoshida Machida Zelvia J2, MD25 – June 25, 2017 Tokyo Verdy Machida Athletic Stadium
17000 [9] Flag of North Korea.svg An Byong-jun Roasso Kumamoto J2, MD13 – May 6th, 2018 Ventforet Kofu Egao Kenko Stadium
18000 [10] Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jordy Buijs Tokushima Vortis J2, MD8 – April 7th, 2019 Mito HollyHock K's denki Stadium Mito
19000 [11] Masayuki Yamada Avispa Fukuoka J2, MD42 – November 24th, 2019 Kagoshima United FC Level5 Stadium

J3 League (J3)

Goal N°ScorerClubTime of CompetitionOpponentStadium
1 Keisuke Endo Machida Zelvia J3, MD1 | March 9, 2014 Blaublitz Akita Machida Athletic Stadium
1000 [12] Yusuke Hayashi Grulla Morioka J3, MD36 | October 31, 2015 Gainare Tottori South Park Football Stadium
2000 [13] Tomoki Ikemoto Giravanz Kitakyushu J3, MD18 | July 22, 2017 FC Tokyo U-23 Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka
3000 Reo Takeshita Nagano Parceiro J3, MD30 | November 4th, 2018 Azul Claro Numazu Ashitaka Park Stadium

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