Tohoku Soccer League

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Tohoku Soccer League
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Founded1977;45 years ago (1977)
Confederation AFC
Number of teamsDiv 1: 10
Div 2 North: 10
Div 2 South: 10
Level on pyramid5-6
Promotion to Japan Football League
Relegation toPrefectural Leagues
Domestic cup(s) Emperor's Cup
Current champions Blancdieu Hirosaki
Most championships TDK SC (11 times)
Website Official Website
Official Website
Current: 2022 Japanese Regional Leagues

Tohoku Soccer League (東北社会人サッカーリーグ) is a Japanese football league covering the Tōhoku region, the 6 prefectures of Akita, Aomori, Fukushima, Iwate, Miyagi and Yamagata. It is one of the nine Japanese Regional Leagues, the fifth and sixth league levels in the Japanese association football league system.


Division 2 is divided into North (Akita, Aomori and Iwate Prefectures) and South (Fukushima, Miyagi and Yamagata Prefectures) divisions.

2022 clubs

Division 1

Blancdieu Hirosaki FC Hirosaki, Aomori
FC Sendai University Shibata, Miyagi
Cobaltore Onagawa Onagawa, Miyagi
FC Ganju Iwate Hachimantai, Iwate
Nippon Steel Kamaishi Kamaishi, Iwate
FC Primeiro Koriyama, Fukushima
Morioka Zebra Morioka, Iwate
Fuji Club 2003 Hanamaki, Iwate
Omiya SC Morioka, Iwate
Saruta Kogyo [tl] Akita, Akita
Shichigahama SC Shichigahama, Miyagi
Bogolle.D.Tsugaru FC Tsugaru, Aomori

Division 2 North

Akita FC Cambiare Akita, Akita
Oshu Unided FC Ōshū, Iwate
NuPere HiraizumiMaesawa Hiraizumi, Iwate
Gonohe FC Gonohe, Aomori
TDK Shinwakai Nikaho, Akita
Hokuto Bank SC Akita, Akita
Lascivo Aomori Aomori, Aomori
Tono Club Tono, Iwate
Kuzumaki Club Kuzumaki, Iwate

Division 2 South

RICOH Industry Tohoku Shibata, Miyagi
Oyama Club Tsuruoka, Yamagata
Sendai SASUKE FC Sendai, Miyagi
FC La Universidad de Sendai Sendai, Miyagi
Merry Fukushima, Fukushima
FC Parafrente Yonezawa Yonezawa, Yamagata
Soma SC Soma, Fukushima
Mikawa SC Mikawa, Yamagata
ARDORE Kuwahara Iwanuma, Miyagi
Nagai Club Nagai, Yamagata
Iwaki Furukawa FC Iwaki, Fukushima
F.F.C Matsushita Fukushima, Fukushima
Sentai Nakata SC Taihaku-ku, Sendai

Tohoku Soccer League Champions

1977 Nippon Steel Kamaishi
1978 Nippon Steel Kamaishi
1979 Nippon Steel Kamaishi
1980 Morioka Zebra
1981 Nippon Steel Kamaishi
1982 TDK
1983 TDK
1984 TDK
1985 Akita City Government
1986 Matsushima Club
1987 Matsushima Club
1988 TDK
1989 TDK
1990 NEC Yamagata
1991 NEC Yamagata
1992 NEC Yamagata
1993 NEC Yamagata
1994 Tohoku Electric Power
1995 Sony Sendai FC
1996 Sony Sendai FC
1997 Sony Sendai FC
2000 TDK
2001 F.C. Primeiro
2002 TDK
2003 TDK
2004 TDK
2005 TDK
Grulla Morioka
2006 TDK
2007 Grulla Morioka
2008 Grulla Morioka
2009 Grulla Morioka
2010 Grulla Morioka
2011 Fukushima United
2012 Fukushima United
2013 Grulla Morioka
2014 FC Ganju Iwate
2015 FC Ganju Iwate
2016 Cobaltore Onagawa
2017 Cobaltore Onagawa
2018 Blancdieu Hirosaki FC
2019 Iwaki FC
2020 Blancdieu Hirosaki FC
2021 Cobaltore Onagawa

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