List of foreign J1 League players

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This is a updated list of foreign players who have played for football clubs in the J.League, including division levels J1 League , J2 League , J3 League , Japan Football League , Japanese Regional Leagues and Japan Soccer League .

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Naturalized players

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Algeria Flag of Algeria.svg

Argentina Flag of Argentina.svg

Australia Flag of Australia (converted).svg

Austria Flag of Austria.svg

Barbados Flag of Barbados.svg

Belarus Flag of Belarus.svg

Belgium Flag of Belgium (civil).svg

Bolivia Flag of Bolivia.svg

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Brazil Flag of Brazil.svg

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Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria.svg

Burkina Faso Flag of Burkina Faso.svg

Cambodia Flag of Cambodia.svg

Cameroon Flag of Cameroon.svg

Canada Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg

Chile Flag of Chile.svg

China Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg

Chinese Taipei Flag of the Republic of China.svg

Colombia Flag of Colombia.svg

Croatia Flag of Croatia.svg

Costa Rica Flag of Costa Rica.svg

Curaçao Flag of Curacao.svg

Czech Republic Flag of the Czech Republic.svg

Democratic Republic of the Congo Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg

Denmark Flag of Denmark.svg

Egypt Flag of Egypt.svg

El Salvador Flag of El Salvador.svg

England Flag of England.svg

France Flag of France.svg

French Guiana Flag of French Guiana.svg

Gabon Flag of Gabon.svg

Georgia Flag of Georgia.svg

Germany Flag of Germany.svg

Ghana Flag of Ghana.svg

Greece Flag of Greece.svg

Guam Flag of Guam.svg

Guinea-Bissau Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg

Honduras Flag of Honduras (darker variant).svg

Hong kong Flag of Hong Kong.svg

India Flag of India.svg

Indonesia Flag of Indonesia.svg

Italy Flag of Italy.svg

Ivory Coast Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg

Kenya Flag of Kenya.svg

Kosovo Flag of Kosovo.svg

Latvia Flag of Latvia.svg

Lebanon Flag of Lebanon.svg

Liberia Flag of Liberia.svg

Luxembourg Flag of Luxembourg.svg

Malawi Flag of Malawi.svg

Malaysia Flag of Malaysia.svg

Mexico Flag of Mexico.svg

Moldova Flag of Moldova.svg

Montenegro Flag of Montenegro.svg

Morocco Flag of Morocco.svg

Mozambique Flag of Mozambique.svg

Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands.svg

New Zealand Flag of New Zealand.svg

Nigeria Flag of Nigeria.svg

North Korea Flag of North Korea.svg

North Macedonia Flag of North Macedonia.svg

Norway Flag of Norway.svg

Panama Flag of Panama.svg

Paraguay Flag of Paraguay.svg

Peru Flag of Peru.svg

Philippines Flag of the Philippines.svg

Poland Flag of Poland.svg

Portugal Flag of Portugal.svg

Qatar Flag of Qatar.svg

Romania Flag of Romania.svg

Russia Flag of Russia.svg

Scotland Flag of Scotland.svg

Senegal Flag of Senegal.svg

Serbia Flag of Serbia.svg

Singapore Flag of Singapore.svg

Slovakia Flag of Slovakia.svg

Slovenia Flag of Slovenia.svg

Spain Flag of Spain.svg

South Korea Flag of South Korea.svg

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Sweden Flag of Sweden.svg

Switzerland Flag of Switzerland.svg

Thailand Flag of Thailand.svg

Timor Leste Flag of East Timor.svg

Trinidad and Tobago Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg

Tunisia Flag of Tunisia.svg

Turkey Flag of Turkey.svg

Ukraine Flag of Ukraine.svg

United States Flag of the United States.svg

Uruguay Flag of Uruguay.svg

Uzbekistan Flag of Uzbekistan.svg

Venezuela Flag of Venezuela.svg

Vietnam Flag of Vietnam.svg

Wales Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg

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References and notes

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    Born in Argentina
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    Born in Australia
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    Born in Brazil
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    Born in Cameroon
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    Born in Croatia (then part of SFR Yugoslavia)
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    Born in Czech Republic (then part of the Czechoslovakia)
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    Born in Germany
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    Born in Ghana
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    Born in Japan
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    Born in Kosovo (then part of Kingdom of Yugoslavia)
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