List of football clubs in Japan

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This is a list of association football clubs in Japan .

Contents

Japan Professional Football League (J.League)

J1 League

18 clubs:

J2 League

22 clubs:

J3 League

15 clubs and three U-23 teams:

Japan Football League (JFL)

Top division of the amateur leagues, from where some teams aiming to be promoted to J. League in the near future through associate membership system. Such teams are indicated with (A) in parentheses.

16 clubs:

Regional Leagues (2019 season)

Hokkaidō League

Tōhoku League

Division 1

Division 2

North
South

Kantō League (KSL)

Division 1

Division 2

Hokushin'etsu League (HFL)

Division 1

Division 2

Tōkai League

Division 1

Division 2

Kansai League

Division 1

Division 2

Chūgoku League

Shikoku League

Kyūshū League (Kyu-League)

Notes

See also

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