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[Japanese Football League's Club _ Emblem/Crest]

2018 season


[Division 1 : 18 clubs]


J.League


Founded : 1993

Number of teams : 18

Most championships :  Kashima Antlers (7 titles)




Cerezo Osaka / セレッソ大阪

(Sakura; cherry blossoms)

Yanmar Diesel(1957)

1957 / Osaka, Osaka / Kincho Stadium(20,000)

★ Emperor's Cup title(1): 2017






Tokyo Football Club(FC Tokyo) / FC東京

1935 as Tokyo Gas F.C.(1999 as F.C. Tokyo) / Tokyo / Ajinomoto Stadium(50,100)

★ Emperor's Cup title(1): 2011






Gamba Osaka (Panasonicガンバ大阪

※ Matsushita(Panasonic) Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Soccer Club(1980)  →

1980(originally), 1991(Gamba Osaka) / Suita, Ōsaka / Osaka Expo '70 Stadium(21,000)

★ League title(2): 2005, 2014

★ Emperor's Cup titles(4): 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015

★ AFC Champions League title(1): 2008






Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo(Toshiba) 北海道コンサドーレ札幌

(Consa)

※ Toshiba Horikawa-cho S.C.(1935~1979) → Toshiba S.C.(1980~1995)

1935 / Sapporo, Hokkaido / Sapporo Dome(41,484), Sapporo Dome(41,484)






Júbilo Iwata(Yamaha) / ジュビロ磐田

(Júbilo)

1970 / Iwata, Shizuoka / Yamaha Stadium(16,893)

★ League titles(4): 1988(Japan Soccer League), 1997, 1999, 2002

★ Emperor's Cup titles(2): 1982, 2003

★ AFC Champions League Title(1): 1999






Kashima Antlers Football Club / 鹿島アントラーズ

1947 (Sumitomo Metals FC) / Southwestern cities/towns of Ibaraki / Kashima Soccer Stadium(40,728)

★ League Titles(8): 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2016

★ Emperor's Cup titles(2): 2010, 2016






Kashiwa Reysol(Hitachi) / 柏レイソル

(Reysol)

1940 / Kashiwa, Chiba / Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium(15,900)

★ League Title(1): 2011

★ Emperor's Cup title(1): 2012






Kawasaki Frontale(Fujitsu) / 川崎フロンターレ

1955 as Fujitsu F.C.(1997 as Kawasaki Frontale) / Kawasaki, Kanagawa / Todoroki Athletics Stadium(25,000)

★ League Title(1): 2017






Nagoya Grampus(Toyota) / 名古屋グランパス

(Grampus)

1983 (as Nagoya FC) / Nagoya, Aichi / Mizuho Athletic Stadium (27,000), Toyota Stadium (45,000)

★ League Title(1): 2010






Sagan Tosu / サガン鳥栖

(Sagan)

1997 / Tosu, Saga / Tosu Stadium(24,000)






Sanfrecce Hiroshima Football Club(Mazda) / サンフレッチェ広島

(Sanfrecce, Sanfre)

1938 / Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima / Hiroshima Big Arch(50,000)

★ League Titles(2): 2012, 2013






Shimizu S-Pulse / 清水エスパルス

(S-Pa)

1991 / Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka / Outsourcing Stadium Nihondaira(20,339)






Shonan Bellmare / 湘南ベルマーレ

1968 / Hiratsuka, west of Kanagawa / Hiratsuka Athletics Stadium(18,500)

★ Emperor's Cup title(1): 1994






Urawa Red Diamonds(Mitsubishi Motors) / 浦和レッドダイヤモンズ

(Reds)

1950 / Saitama, Saitama / Saitama Stadium 2002(63,700)

★ League Titles(2): 2006, 2015

★ AFC Champions League Title(1): 2007






V-Varen Nagasaki V・ファーレン長崎

2005 / Nagasaki, Kyushu / Nagasaki Athletic Stadium(20,246)






Vegalta Sendai / ベガルタ仙台

(Vegalta)

1988 / Sendai, Miyagi / Yurtec Stadium Sendai(20,000)






Vissel Kobe ヴィッセル神戸

(Ushi; Cows)

1966 / Kōbe, Hyōgo / Home's Stadium Kobe(30,132)






Yokohama F. Marinos(Nissan Motors) / 横浜F・マリノス

(Marinos, Tricolore)

1972(as Nissan Motors FC) / Yokohama & Yokosuka,Kanagawa / Nissan Stadium(72,327)

★ League titles(3): 1995, 2003, 2004

★ Emperor's Cup titles(2): 1992, 2013







[J. League Division 2 : 22 clubs]



Founded : 1999

Number of teams : 22

Most championships : Consadole Sapporo, Kawasaki Frontale, Kyoto Sanga F.C.(2 titles each)




Albirex Niigata / アルビレックス新潟

(Albi)

※ Niigata Eleven Soccer Club(1955) → Albireo Niigata FC(1995) → Albirex Niigata(1997)

1955 / Niigata & Seiro, Niigata / Niigata Stadium Big Swan(42,300)






Avispa Fukuoka / アビスパ福岡

(Avi, Hachi; Hornet)

※ Chūō Bōhan F.C.(1982~1992) → Chūō Bōhan F.C. Fujieda Blux(1993~1994) → Fukuoka Blux(1995)

1982 (moved in Fukuoka 1995) / Fukuoka, Fukuoka / Level-5 stadium(22,563)






Ehime Football Club 愛媛FC

※ Matsuyama Soccer Club(1970~1994)

1970 / Matsuyama, Ehime / Ningineer Stadium(20,000)






Fagiano Okayama FC / ファジアーノ岡山

(Fagi)

2003 / Okayama, Okayama / Kanko Stadium(20,000)






Futball Club Gifu FC岐阜

2001 / Gifu, Gifu / Nagaragawa Stadium(31,000)






JEF United Ichihara Chiba ジェフユナイテッド市原・千葉

(JEF, Inu; The Dogs)

※ Furukawa Electric Soccer Club(1946~) → East Japan JR Furukawa Football Club(1991)  JEF United Ichihara(1993)

1946 / Chiba & Ichihara, Chiba / Fukuda Denshi Arena(19,781)

★ AFC Champions League Title(1): 1987(Asian Club Championship)






Kamatamare Sanukiカマタマーレ讃岐

1956 / Tkkamatsu, Kagawa / Kagawa Marugame Stadium(30,099)






Kyoto Sanga Football Club 

Southwestern cities/towns in Kyoto






Football Club Machida Zelvia / FC町田ゼルビア

(Zelvia)

1989 / Machida, Tokyo / Machida Municipal Athletic Stadium(10,622)






Matsumoto Yamaga 

Matsumoto, Nagano






Football Club Mito HollyHock 水戸ホーリーホック

1990, 1994 / Mito, Ibaraki / K's denki Stadium Mito(12,000)






Montedio Yamagata 

Yamagata






Oita Trinita / 大分トリニータ

(Trinita, Azzurro, Camenaccio)

1994 / Oita / Ōita Bank Dome ("Big Eye")(43,254)







Omiya Ardija(NTT Group) / 大宮アルディージャ

(The Squirrels)

1964 / Ōmiya-ku, Saitama / NACK5 Stadium Ōmiya(15,500)





Renofa Yamaguchi Football Club

(Renofa)

1949 (as Yamaguchi Teachers), 2006 (as Renofa Yamaguchi FC) / Yamaguch, Yamaguchi / Yamaguchi Restoration Park Stadium(20,000)






Roasso Kumamoto 

Kumamoto, Kumamoto






Tochigi Soccer Club 

Utsunomiya, Tochigi






Tokushima Vortis 徳島ヴォルティス

1955 / Tokushima, Tokushima / Naruto Athletic Stadium(20,000)






Ventforet Kofu / ヴァンフォーレ甲府

(Ventforet)

1965 / Kofu Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium(17,000)






Tokyo Verdy 1969 FC 東京ヴェルディ

(Verdy)

※ Yomiuri Football Club(1969) → Verdy Kawasaki(1993) → Tokyo Verdy 1969(2001) → Tokyo Verdy(2008)

1969 / Tokyo / Ajinomoto Stadium(50,100)

★ League Titles(2): 1993, 1994

★ AFC Champions League Title(1): 1987(Asian Club Championship) 






Yokohama Futball Club 

Yokohama, Kanagawa






Zweigen Kanazawaツエーゲン金沢

(Zweigen)

1956 (as Kanazawa Soccer Club), 2006 (as Zweigen Kanazawa) / Kanazawa, Ishikawa / Ishikawa Kanazawa Stadium(20,261)







[J3 League : 12 clubs]



Founded : 2013

Number of teams : 12




Gainare Tottori ガイナーレ鳥取

(Gainare)

※ Tottori Teachers' Soccer Club(1983~1988) → S.C. Tottori(1989~2006)

1983 / Yonago, Tottori / Torigin Bird Stadium(16,033)




Blaublitz Akita / ブラウブリッツ秋田

1965 / Akita, Akita / Akita Municipal Yabase Football Stadium




Giravanz Kitakyushu 

Kitakyushu, Fukuoka




Kataller Toyama 

Toyama




Sports Club SagamiharaSC相模原

2008 / Sagamihara, Kanagawa / Sagamihara Asamizo Park Stadium




Nagano Parceiro




Yokohama Sports & Culture Club(YSCC) / 横浜スポーツ&カルチャークラブ

1986 / Yokohama, Kanagawa / Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium




FC Ryukyu




Fukushima United




Fujieda MYFC




Grulla Morioka




Thespa Kusatsu Gunma 

Gunma




J. League U-22 team




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