|Number of teams||Div 1: 10|
Div 2 North: 10
Div 2 South: 10
|Level on pyramid||5-6|
|Promotion to||Japan Football League|
|Relegation to||Prefectural Leagues|
|Domestic cup(s)||Emperor's Cup|
|Current champions|| Blancdieu Hirosaki |
|Most championships||TDK SC (11 times)|
|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.
|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|
|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|
|RICOH Industry Tohoku||Shibata, Miyagi|
|Oyama Club||Tsuruoka, Yamagata|
|Sendai SASUKE FC||Sendai, Miyagi|
|FC La Universidad de Sendai||Sendai, Miyagi|
|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|
|1977||Nippon Steel Kamaishi|
|1978||Nippon Steel Kamaishi|
|1979||Nippon Steel Kamaishi|
|1981||Nippon Steel Kamaishi|
|1985||Akita City Government|
|1994||Tohoku Electric Power|
|1995||Sony Sendai FC|
|1996||Sony Sendai FC|
|1997||Sony Sendai FC|
|1998||NEC TOKIN FC|
|1999||NEC TOKIN FC|
|2005|| TDK |
|2014||FC Ganju Iwate|
|2015||FC Ganju Iwate|
|2018||Blancdieu Hirosaki FC|
|2020||Blancdieu Hirosaki FC|
Akita Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Tōhoku region of Honshu. Its population is approximately 966,000 and its geographic area is 11,637 km2. Akita Prefecture is bordered by Aomori Prefecture to the north, Iwate Prefecture to the east, Miyagi Prefecture to the southeast, and Yamagata Prefecture to the south.
Yamagata Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Tōhoku region of Honshu. Yamagata Prefecture has a population of 1,079,950 and has a geographic area of 9,325 km². Yamagata Prefecture borders Akita Prefecture to the north, Miyagi Prefecture to the east, Fukushima Prefecture to the south, and Niigata Prefecture to the southwest.
The Tōhoku region, Northeast region, or Northeast Japan consists of the northeastern portion of Honshu, the largest island of Japan. This traditional region consists of six prefectures (ken): Akita, Aomori, Fukushima, Iwate, Miyagi, and Yamagata.
Mutsu Province was an old province of Japan in the area of Fukushima, Miyagi, Iwate and Aomori Prefectures and the municipalities of Kazuno and Kosaka in Akita Prefecture.
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The Tōhoku dialect, commonly called 東北弁 Tōhoku-ben, is a group of the Japanese dialects spoken in the Tōhoku region, the northeastern region of Honshū. Toward the northern part of Honshū, the Tōhoku dialect can differ so dramatically from standard Japanese that it is sometimes rendered with subtitles in the nationwide media and it has been treated as the typical rural accent in Japanese popular culture.
Events from the year 1891 in Japan.
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Events in the year 1882 in Japan.
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