Shikoku Soccer League

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Shikoku Soccer League
Founded1977
CountryJapan
Confederation AFC
Divisions1
Number of teams8
Level on pyramid5
Promotion to Japan Football League
Relegation toPrefectural Leagues
Domestic cup(s) Emperor's Cup, All Japan Senior Football Championship
Current champions Kochi United SC
(2019)
Most championships Teijin SC (10)
Website http://www.shikoku-sl.net/
Current: 2020 Regional Leagues

The Shikoku Soccer League (四国サッカーリーグ) is a Japanese amateur football league, covering the four prefectures of Shikoku (Kagawa, Tokushima, Ehime and Kōchi).

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2020 clubs [1]

ClubHometown
FC Yanagimachi Kōchi, Kōchi
KUFC Nankoku Nankoku, Kōchi
Tadotsu Football Club Nakatado District, Kagawa
FC Tokushima Tokushima, Tokushima
R.Velho Takamatsu Takamatsu, Kagawa
Llamas FC Kōchi, Kōchi
Niisho Club Niihama, Ehime
Koyo Sealing Techno Soccer Club Aizumi, Tokushima

Shikoku Soccer League Champions

YearWinner
1983 Teijin SC
1984 Teijin SC
1985 Teijin SC
1986 Teijin SC
1987 Teijin SC
1988NTT West Shikoku
1989Otsuka Pharmaceutical
1990 Teijin SC
1991 Teijin SC
1992NTT West Shikoku
1993 Teijin SC
1994 Kamatamare Sanuki
1995 Teijin SC
1996 Teijin SC
1997 Kamatamare Sanuki
1998 Ehime FC
1999 Ehime FC
2000 Ehime FC
2001 Igosso Kochi FC
2002Igosso Kochi FC
2003Igosso Kochi FC
2004Igosso Kochi FC
2005Igosso Kochi FC
2006 Kamatamare Sanuki
2007 Tokushima Vortis Reserves
2008 Kamatamare Sanuki
2009 Tokushima Vortis Reserves
2010 Kamatamare Sanuki
2011 Ehime FC Reserves
2012 FC Imabari
2013 FC Imabari
2014Kochi U Torastar Football Club
2015 FC Imabari
2016 FC Imabari
2017 Kochi United SC
2018 Kochi United SC
2019 Kochi United SC
2020 FC Tokushima

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