Contents of Domestic Competition of Football in Japan

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  1. The Hokkaido Region, the North of Japan, is composed of Hokkaido.
  2. The Tohoku Region, the Northeast of Japan, is composed of Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata and Fukushima.
  3. The Kanto Region, the East of Japan, is composed of Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa and Yamanashi.
  4. The Hoku-shin-etsu Region, the Middle North of Japan, is composed of Nagano and Niigata (both are SHIN-ETSU), Toyama, Ishikawa and Fukui (all are HOKU-riku).
  5. The Tokai Region, the Middle South of Japan, is composed of Shizuoka, Aichi, Mie and Gifu.
  6. The Kansai Region, the Middle West of Japan, is composed of Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Nara and Wakayama.
  7. The Chugoku Region, the West of Japan, is composed of Tottori, Shimane, Okayama, Hiroshima and Yamaguchi.
  8. The Shikoku Region, the Southwest of Japan, is composed of Kagawa, Tokushima, Ehime and Kochi.
  9. The Kyushu Region, the Far West of Japan, is composed of Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Oita, Miyazaki, Kagoshima and Okinawa.


Emperor's Cup | Japan Soccer League | J.League | College football | Businessmen's football | Regional football | Youth football | Ladies football

The Emperor's Cup

  1. The 1st in 1921; Winner: Tokyo football team
  2. The 2nd in 1922; Winner: Nagoya football team
  3. The 3rd in 1924; Winner: Astra club
  4. The 4th in 1924; Winner: Rijo club of Hiroshima Dai-1 scondary school
  5. The 5th in 1925; Winner: Rijo football team
  6. The 6th in 1926; cancelation
  7. The 7th in 1927; Winner: Kobe Dai-1 Secondary school club
  8. The 8th in 1928; Winner: Waseda Univ. WMW
  9. The 9th in 1929; Winner: Kwan-gaku club
  10. The 10th in 1931; Winner: Kwan-gaku club
  11. The 11th in 1931; Winner: Imp. Univ. of Tokyo LB
  12. The 12th in 1933; Winner: Keio club
  13. The 13th in 1933; Winner: Tokyo OB club
  14. The 14th in 1934; cancelation
  15. The 15th in 1935; Winner: All Seoul football team
  16. The 16th in 1936; Winner: Keio BRB
  17. The 17th in 1937; Winner: Keio University [1]
  18. The 18th in 1938; Winner: Waseda University [1]
  19. The 19th in 1939; Winner: Keio BRB
  20. The 20th in 1940; Winner: Keio BRB
  21. The 21st in 1941; cancelation
  22. The 22nd in 1942; cancelation
  23. The 23rd in 1943; cancelation
  24. The 24th in 1944; cancelation
  25. The 25th in 1945; cancelation
  26. The 26th in 1946; Winner: Univ. of Tokyo LB
  27. The 27th in 1947; cancelation
  28. The 28th in 1948; cancelation
  29. The 29th in 1949; Winner: Univ. of Tokyo LB
  30. The 30th in 1950; Winner: All Kwan-gaku
  31. The 31st in 1951; Winner: Keio BRB
  32. The 32nd in 1952; Winner: All Keio
  33. The 33rd in 1953; Winner: All Kwan-gaku
  34. The 34th in 1954; Winner: Keio BRB
  35. The 35th in 1955; Winner: All Kwan-gaku
  36. The 36th in 1956; Winner: Keio BRB
  37. The 37th in 1957; Winner: Chuo Univ. club
  38. The 38th in 1958; Winner: Kwan-gaku club
  39. The 39th in 1959; Winner: Kwan-gaku club
  40. The 40th in 1960; Winner: Furukawa [1]
  41. The 41st in 1961; Winner: Furukawa [2]
  42. The 42nd in 1962; Winner: Chuo University [1]
  43. The 43rd in 1964; Winner: Waseda University [2]
  44. The 44th in 1965; Co-winner: Yawata steel [1], Furukawa [3]
  45. The 45th in 1966; Winner: Toyo kogyo [1]
  46. The 46th in 1967; Winner: Waseda University [3]
  47. The 47th in 1968; Winner: Toyo kogyo [2]
  48. The 48th in 1968/69; Winner: Yanmar diesel [1]
  49. The 49th in 1969/70; Winner: Toyo kogyo [3]
  50. The 50th in 1970/71; Winner: Yanmar diesel [2]
  51. The 51st in 1971/72; Winner: Mitsubishi [1]
  52. The 52nd in 1972/73; Winner: Hitachi [1]
  53. The 53rd in 1973/74; Winner: Mitsubishi [2]
  54. The 54th in 1974/75; Winner: Yanmar diesel [3]
  55. The 55th in 1975/76; Winner: Hitachi [2]
  56. The 56th in 1976/77; Winner: Furukawa [4]
  57. The 57th in 1977/78; Winner: Fujita [1]
  58. The 58th in 1978/79; Winner: Mitsubishi [3]
  59. The 59th in 1979/80; Winner: Fujita [2]
  60. The 60th in 1980/81; Winner: Mitsubishi [4]
  61. The 61st in 1981/82; Winner: Nippon Kokan [1]
  62. The 62nd in 1982/83; Winner: Yamaha [1]
  63. The 63rd in 1983/84; Winner: Nissan [1]
  64. The 64th in 1984/85; Winner: Yomiuri [1]
  65. The 65th in 1985/86; Winner: Nissan [2]
  66. The 66th in 1986/87; Winner: Yomiuri [2]
  67. The 67th in 1987/88; Winner: Yomiuri [3]
  68. The 68th in 1988/89; Winner: Nissan [3]
  69. The 69th in 1989/90; Winner: Nissan [4]
  70. The 70th in 1990/91; Winner: Matsushita [1]
  71. The 71st in 1991/92; Winner: Nissan [5]
  72. The 72nd in 1992/93; Winner: Nissan [6]
  73. The 73rd in 1993/94; Winner: Flügels [1]
  74. The 74th in 1994/95; Winner: Bellmare [3]
  75. The 75th in 1995/96; Winner: Grampus [1]
  76. The 76th in 1996/97; Winner: Verdy [4]
  77. The 77th in 1997/98; Winner: Antlers [1]
  78. The 78th in 1998/99; Winner: Flügels [2]
  79. The 79th in 1999/00; Winner: Grampus [2]
  80. The 80th in 2000/01; Winner: Antlers [2]
  81. The 81st in 2001/02; Winner: S-Pulse [1]
  82. The 82nd in 2002/03; Winner: Purple Sanga [1]
  83. The 83rd in 2003/04; Winner: Júbilo [2]
  84. The 84th in 2004/05; Winner: Verdy [5]
  85. The 85th in 2005/06; Winner: Red Diamonds [5]
  86. The 86th in 2006/07; Winner: Red Diamonds [6]
  87. The 87th in 2007/08; Winner: Antlers [3]
  88. The 88th in 2008/09; Winner: Gamba [2]
  89. The 89th in 2009/10; Winner: Gamba [3]
  90. The 90th in 2010/11; Winner: Antlers [4]
  91. The 91st in 2011/12; Winner: FC Tokyo [1]
  92. The 92nd in 2012/13; Winner: Reysol [3]
  93. The 93rd in 2013/14; Winner: F-Marinos [7]
  94. The 94th in 2014; Winner:

NHK Cup Soccer

  1. The 1st in 1968; Winner: Toyo kogyo [1]

Super Cup (JSL)

  1. The 1st in 1977; Winner: Furukawa [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1978; Winner: Fujita [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1979; Winner: Mitsubishi [1]
  4. The 4th in 1980; Winner: Mitsubishi [2]
  5. The 5th in 1981; Winner: Yanmar diesel [1]
  6. The 6th in 1982; Winner: Fujita [2]
  7. The 7th in 1983; Winner: Mitsubishi [3]
  8. The 8th in 1984; Winner: Yomiuri [1]

Super Cup

  1. The 1st in 1994; Winner: Verdy [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1995; Winner: Verdy [2]
  3. The 3rd in 1996; Winner: Grampus [1]
  4. The 4th in 1997; Winner: Antlers [1]
  5. The 5th in 1998; Winner: Antlers [2]
  6. The 6th in 1999; Winner: Antlers [3]
  7. The 7th in 2000; Winner: Júbilo [1]
  8. The 8th in 2001; Winner: S-Pulse [1]
  9. The 9th in 2002; Winner: S-Pulse [2]
  10. The 10th in 2003; Winner: Júbilo [2]
  11. The 11th in 2004; Winner: Júbilo [3]
  12. The 12th in 2005; Winner: Verdy [3]
  13. The 13th in 2006; Winner: Reds [1]
  14. The 14th in 2007; Winner: Gamba [1]
  15. The 15th in 2008; Winner: Sanfrecce [1]
  16. The 16th in 2009; Winner: Antlers [4]
  17. The 17th in 2010; Winner: Antlers [5]
  18. The 18th in 2011; Winner: Grampus [2]
  19. The 19th in 2012; Winner: Reysol [1]
  20. The 20th in 2013; Winner: Sanfrecce [2]
  21. The 21st in 2014; Winner: Sanfrecce [3]


Emperor's Cup | Japan Soccer League | J.League | College football | Businessmen's football | Regional football | Youth football | Ladies football

Japan Soccer League

  1. The 1st in 1965; Championship: Toyo kogyo [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1966; Championship: Toyo kogyo [2]
  3. The 3rd in 1967; Championship: Toyo kogyo [3]
  4. The 4th in 1968; Championship: Toyo kogyo [4]
  5. The 5th in 1969; Championship: Mitsubishi [1]
  6. The 6th in 1970; Championship: Toyo kogyo [5]
  7. The 7th in 1971; Championship: Yanmar diesel [1]
  8. The 8th in 1972; Championship: Hitachi [1]
  9. The 9th in 1973; Championship: Mitsubishi [2]
  10. The 10th in 1974; Championship: Yanmar diesel [2]
  11. The 11th in 1975; Championship: Yanmar diesel [3]
  12. The 12th in 1976; Championship: Furukawa [1]
  13. The 13th in 1977; Championship: Fujita [1]
  14. The 14th in 1978; Championship: Mitsubishi [3]
  15. The 15th in 1979; Championship: Fujita [2]
  16. The 16th in 1980; Championship: Yanmar diesel [4]
  17. The 17th in 1981; Championship: Fujita [3]
  18. The 18th in 1982; Championship: Mitsubishi [4]
  19. The 19th in 1983; Championship: Yomiuri [1]
  20. The 20th in 1984; Championship: Yomiuri [2]
  21. The 21st in 1985; Championship: Furukawa [2]
  22. The 22nd in 1986/87; Championship: Yomiuri [3]
  23. The 23rd in 1987/88; Championship: Yamaha [1]
  24. The 24th in 1988/89; Championship: Nissan [1]
  25. The 25th in 1989/90; Championship: Nissan [2]
  26. The 26th in 1990/91; Championship: Yomiuri [4]
  27. The 27th in 1991/92; Championship: Yomiuri [5]

Japan Soccer League division-2

  1. The 1st in 1972; Championship: Toyota [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1973; Championship: Eidai [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1974; Championship: Yomiuri [1]
  4. The 4th in 1975; Championship: Tanabe [1]
  5. The 5th in 1976; Championship: Fujitsu [1]
  6. The 6th in 1977; Championship: Yomiuri [2]
  7. The 7th in 1978; Championship: Honda [1]
  8. The 8th in 1979; Championship: Toshiba [1]
  9. The 9th in 1980; Championship: Honda [2]
  10. The 10th in 1981; Championship: Nippon Kokan [1]
  11. The 11th in 1982; Championship: Yamaha [1]
  12. The 12th in 1983; Championship: Nippon Kokan [2]
  13. The 13th in 1984; Championship: Sumitomo Metal [1]
  14. The 14th in 1985; Championship: Matsushita [1]
  15. The 15th in 1986; Championship: Sumitomo Metal [2]
  16. The 16th in 1987; Championship: ANA Yokohama club [1]
  17. The 17th in 1988/89; Championship: Toshiba [2]
  18. The 18th in 1989/90; Championship: Mitsubishi [1]
  19. The 19th in 1990/91; Championship: Hitachi [1]
  20. The 20th in 1991/92; Championship: Fujita [1]

JSL Cup

  1. The 1st in 1976; Winner: Hitachi [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1977; Winner: Furukawa [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1978; Winner: Mitsubishi [1]
  4. The 4th in 1979; Winner: Yomiuri [1]
  5. The 5th in 1980; Winner: Nippon Kokan [1]
  6. The 6th in 1981; Co-winner: Mitsubishi [2], Toshiba [1]
  7. The 7th in 1982; Winner: Furukawa [2]
  8. The 8th in 1983; Winner: Yanmar diesel [1]
  9. The 9th in 1984; Winner: Yanmar diesel [2]
  10. The 10th in 1985; Winner: Yomiuri [2]
  11. The 11th in 1986; Winner: Furukawa [3]
  12. The 12th in 1987; Winner: Nippon Kokan [2]
  13. The 13th in 1988; Winner: Nissan [1]
  14. The 14th in 1989; Winner: Nissan [2]
  15. The 15th in 1990; Winner: Nissan [3]
  16. The 16th in 1991; Winner: Yomiuri [3]

Challange'92 Soccer Championship: Konica Cup

  1. The 1st in 1990; Winner: Yomiuri [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1991; Winner: Toyota [1]


Emperor's Cup | Japan Soccer League | J.League | College football | Businessmen's football | Regional football | Youth football | Ladies football

J.League / J.League division-1: J1

  1. The 1st in 1993; Championship: Verdy [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1994; Championship: Verdy [2]
  3. The 3rd in 1995; Championship: Marinos [1]
  4. The 4th in 1996; Championship: Antlers [1]
  5. The 5th in 1997; Championship: Júbilo [1]
  6. The 6th in 1998; Championship: Antlers [2]
  7. The 7th in 1999; Championship: Júbilo [2]
  8. The 8th in 2000; Championship: Antlers [3]
  9. The 9th in 2001; Championship: Antlers [4]
  10. The 10th in 2002; Championship: Júbilo [3]
  11. The 11th in 2003; Championship: F-Marinos [2]
  12. The 12th in 2004; Championship: F-Marinos [3]
  13. The 13th in 2005; Championship: Gamba [1]
  14. The 14th in 2006; Championship: Red Diamonds [1]
  15. The 15th in 2007; Championship: Antlers [5]
  16. The 16th in 2008; Championship: Antlers [6]
  17. The 17th in 2009; Championship: Antlers [7]
  18. The 18th in 2010; Championship: Grampus [1]
  19. The 19th in 2011; Championship: Reysol [1]
  20. The 20th in 2012; Championship: Sanfrecce [1]
  21. The 21st in 2013; Championship: Sanfrecce [2]
  22. The 22nd in 2014; Championship:

J.League division-2: J2

  1. The 1st in 1999; Championship: Frontale [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2000; Championship: Consadole [1]
  3. The 3rd in 2001; Championship: Purple Sanga [1]
  4. The 4th in 2002; Championship: Trinita [1]
  5. The 5th in 2003; Championship: Albirex [1]
  6. The 6th in 2004; Championship: Frontale [2]
  7. The 7th in 2005; Championship: Purple Sanga [2]
  8. The 8th in 2006; Championship: Yokohama FC [1]
  9. The 9th in 2007; Championship: Consadole [2]
  10. The 10th in 2008; Championship: Sanfrecce [1]
  11. The 11th in 2009; Championship: Vegalta [1]
  12. The 12th in 2010; Championship: Reysol [1]
  13. The 13th in 2011; Championship: FC Tokyo [1]
  14. The 14th in 2012; Championship: Ventforet [1]
  15. The 15th in 2013; Championship: Gamba [1]
  16. The 16th in 2014; Championship: Bellmare [1]

J3 League

  1. The 1st in 2014; Championship:

J.League Cup

  1. The 1st in 1992; Winner: Verdy [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1993; Winner: Verdy [2]
  3. The 3rd in 1994; Winner: Verdy [3]
  4. The 4th in 1996; Winner: S-Pulse [1]
  5. The 5th in 1997; Winner: Antlers [1]
  6. The 6th in 1998; Winner: Júbilo [1]
  7. The 7th in 1999; Winner: Reysol [1]
  8. The 8th in 2000; Winner: Antlers [2]
  9. The 9th in 2001; Winner: F-Marinos [1]
  10. The 10th in 2002; Winner: Antlers [3]
  11. The 11th in 2003; Winner: Red Diamonds [1]
  12. The 12th in 2004; Winner: FC Tokyo [1]
  13. The 13th in 2005; Winner: JEF united [1]
  14. The 14th in 2006; Winner: JEF united [2]
  15. The 15th in 2007; Winner: Gamba [1]
  16. The 16th in 2008; Winner: Trinita [1]
  17. The 17th in 2009; Winner: FC Tokyo [2]
  18. The 18th in 2010; Winner: Júbilo [2]
  19. The 19th in 2011; Winner: Antlers [4]
  20. The 20th in 2012; Winner: Antlers [5]
  21. The 21st in 2013; Winner: Reysol [2]
  22. The 22nd in 2014; Winner:

Japan Football League (1992-1998)/J1

  1. The 1st in 1992; Championship: Yamaha football club (Júbilo) [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1993; Championship: Fujita soccer club (Bellmare) [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1994; Championship: Cerezo [1]
  4. The 4th in 1995; Championship: Blux [1]
  5. The 5th in 1996; Championship: Honda [1]
  6. The 6th in 1997; Championship: Consadole [1]
  7. The 7th in 1998; Championship: Tokyo Gas [1]

Japan Football League (1992-1993)/J2

  1. The 1st in 1992; Championship: Chuoh Bohhan [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1993; Championship: Honda [1]

Japan Football League

  1. The 1st in 1999; Championship: Yokohama FC [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2000; Championship: Yokohama FC [2]
  3. The 3rd in 2001; Championship: Honda FC [1]
  4. The 4th in 2002; Championship: Honda FC [2]
  5. The 5th in 2003; Championship: Otsuka FC [1]
  6. The 6th in 2004; Championship: Otsuka FC [2]
  7. The 7th in 2005; Championship: Ehime FC [1]
  8. The 8th in 2006; Championship: Honda FC [3]
  9. The 9th in 2007; Championship: Sagawa Express SC [1]
  10. The 10th in 2008; Championship: Honda FC [4]
  11. The 11th in 2009; Championship: SAGAWA SHIGA FC [2]
  12. The 12th in 2010; Championship: Gainare [1]
  13. The 13th in 2011; Championship: SAGAWA SHIGA FC [3]
  14. The 14th in 2012; Championship: V.Varen [1]
  15. The 15th in 2013; Championship: Parceiro [1]
  16. The 16th in 2014; Championship:


Emperor's Cup | Japan Soccer League | J.League | College football | Businessmen's football | Regional football | Youth football | Ladies football

The East-West College Football Championship

  1. East-West College Football 1929-65

All Japan College Football Championship

  1. The 1st in 1953; Championship: University of Tokyo [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1954; Championship: Rikkyo University [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1955; Championship: Tokyo University of Education [1]
  4. The 4th in 1956; Championship: Waseda University [1]
  5. The 5th in 1957; Championship: Tokyo University of Education [2]
  6. The 6th in 1958; Championship: Chuo University [1]
  7. The 7th in 1958; Championship: Meiji University [1]
  8. The 8th in 1959; Championship: Chuo University [2]
  9. The 9th in 1960; Championship: Chuo University [3]
  10. The 10th in 1961; Championship: Keio University [1]
  11. The 11th in 1962; Championship: Chuo University [4]
  12. The 12th in 1963; Championship: Keio University [2]
  13. The 13th in 1964; Championship: Nihon University [1]
  14. The 14th in 1965; Championship: Chuo University [5]
  15. The 15th in 1966; Championship: Waseda University [2]
  16. The 16th in 1967; Championship: Kansai University [1]
  17. The 17th in 1968; Championship: Tokyo University of Education [3]
  18. The 18th in 1969; Championship: Keio University [3]
  19. The 19th in 1970; Championship: Hosei University [1]
  20. The 20th in 1971; Championship: Tokyo University of Education [4]
  21. The 21st in 1972; Championship: Waseda University [3]
  22. The 22nd in 1973; Championship: Waseda University [4]
  23. The 23rd in 1974; Championship: Waseda University [5]
  24. The 24th in 1975; Championship: Nippon Sport Science University [1]
  25. The 25th in 1976; Championship: Hosei University [2]
  26. The 26th in 1977; Championship: Osaka University of Commerce [1]
  27. The 27th in 1978; Championship: Waseda University [6]
  28. The 28th in 1979; Championship: University of Tsukuba [5]
  29. The 29th in 1980; Co-championship: University of Tsukuba [6], Chuo University [6]
  30. The 30th in 1981; Championship: Nippon Sport Science University [2]
  31. The 31st in 1982; Championship: Kokushikan University [1]
  32. The 32nd in 1983; Championship: Osaka University of Commerce [2]
  33. The 33rd in 1984; Championship: Osaka University of Commerce [3]
  34. The 34th in 1985; Co-championship: Osaka University of Commerce [4], Osaka University of Health and Sport sciences [1]
  35. The 35th in 1986; Championship: Waseda University [7]
  36. The 36th in 1987; Championship: Juntendo University [1]
  37. The 37th in 1988; Co-championship: Juntendo University [2], Tokai University [1]
  38. The 38th in 1989; Championship: Juntendo University [3]
  39. The 39th in 1990; Championship: Tokai University [2]
  40. The 40th in 1991; Championship: Waseda University [8]
  41. The 41st in 1992; Championship: Chuo University [7]
  42. The 42nd in 1993; Championship: Waseda University [9]
  43. The 43rd in 1994; Championship: Waseda University [10]
  44. The 44th in 1995; Championship: Komazawa University [1]
  45. The 45th in 1996; Championship: Kokushikan University [2]
  46. The 46th in 1997; Championship: Komazawa University [2]
  47. The 47th in 1998; Championship: Kokushikan University [3]
  48. The 48th in 1999; Championship: Kokushikan University [4]
  49. The 49th in 2000; Championship: Chukyo University [1]
  50. The 50th in 2001; Championship: Komazawa University [3]
  51. The 51st in 2002; Championship: University of Tsukuba [7]
  52. The 52nd in 2003; Championship: University of Tsukuba [8]
  53. The 53rd in 2004/05; Championship: Komazawa University [4]
  54. The 54th in 2005/06; Championship: Komazawa University [5]
  55. The 55th in 2006/07; Championship: Komazawa University [6]
  56. The 56th in 2007/08; Championship: Waseda University [11]
  57. The 57th in 2008/09; Championship: Chuo University [8]
  58. The 58th in 2009/10; Championship: Meiji University [2]
  59. The 59th in 2010/11; Championship: Kansai University [2]
  60. The 60th in 2011/12; Championship: Senshu University [1]
  61. The 61st in 2012/13; Championship: Waseda University [12]
  62. The 62nd in 2013/14; Championship: Osaka University of Health and Sport sciences [2]
  63. The 63rd in 2014/15; Championship:

Prime Minister Cup

  1. The 1st in 1977; Winner: Hosei University [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1978; Winner: Waseda University [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1979; Winner: Kokushikan University [1]
  4. The 4th in 1980; Winner: Hosei University [2]
  5. The 5th in 1981; Winner: University of Tsukuba [1]
  6. The 6st in 1982; Winner: Hosei University [3]
  7. The 7nd in 1983; Winner: Juntendo University [1]
  8. The 8rd in 1984; Winner: Osaka University of Commerce [1]
  9. The 9th in 1985; Winner: Osaka University of Commerce [2]
  10. The 10th in 1986; Winner: Osaka University of Health and Sport sciences [1]
  11. The 11th in 1987; Winner: Juntendo University [2]
  12. The 12th in 1988; Winner: University of Tsukuba [2]
  13. The 13th in 1989; Winner: Juntendo University [3]
  14. The 14th in 1990; Winner: Juntendo University [4]
  15. The 15th in 1991; Winner: Tokai University [1]
  16. The 16st in 1992; Winner: University of Tsukuba [3]
  17. The 17nd in 1993; Winner: Juntendo University [5]
  18. The 18rd in 1994; Winner: Tokyo University of Agriculture [1]
  19. The 19th in 1995; Winner: Komazawa University [1]
  20. The 20th in 1996; Winner: Juntendo University [6]
  21. The 21st in 1997; Winner: Komazawa University [2]
  22. The 22nd in 1998; Winner: Waseda University [2]
  23. The 23rd in 1999; Winner: Kokushikan University [2]
  24. The 24th in 2000; Winner: Tokai University [2]
  25. The 25th in 2001; Winner: Hannan University [1]
  26. The 26th in 2002; Winner: Komazawa University [3]
  27. The 27th in 2003; Winner: Komazawa University [4]
  28. The 28th in 2004; Winner: Komazawa University [5]
  29. The 29th in 2005; Winner: Kansai University [1]
  30. The 30th in 2006; Winner: Ritsumeikan University [1]
  31. The 31st in 2007; Winner: Ryutsu Keizai University [1]
  32. The 32nd in 2008; Winner: Osaka University of Health and Sport sciences [2]
  33. The 33rd in 2009; Winner: Fukuoka University [1]
  34. The 34th in 2010; Winner: Komazawa University [6]
  35. The 35th in 2011; Winner: Osaka University of Health and Sport sciences [3]
  36. The 36th in 2012; Winner: Hannan University [2]
  37. The 37th in 2013; Winner: Ryutsu Keizai University [2]
  38. The 38th in 2014; Winner: Ryutsu Keizai University [3]


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All Japan Jitsugyo-dan Football tournament

  1. The 1st in 1948; Championship: Yuasa battery [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1949; Championship: Sankyo [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1950; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [1]
  4. The 4th in 1951; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [2]
  5. The 5th in 1952; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [3]
  6. The 6th in 1953; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [4]
  7. The 7th in 1954; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [5]
  8. The 8th in 1955; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [6]
  9. The 9th in 1956; Championship: Toyo kogyo [1]
  10. The 10th in 1957; Championship: Tanabe seiyaku [7]
  11. The 11th in 1958; Championship: Hitachi [1]
  12. The 12th in 1959; Championship: Furukawa [1]
  13. The 13th in 1960; Championship: Hitachi [2]
  14. The 14th in 1961; Championship: Furukawa [2]
  15. The 15th in 1962; Co-championship: Furukawa [3], Toyo kogyo [2]
  16. The 16th in 1963; Championship: Yawata steel [1]
  17. The 17th in 1964; Championship: Yawata steel [2]

National Intercity Football tournament

  1. The 1st in 1955; Winner: TOKYO (Tokyo club) [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1956; Winner: TOKYO (Tokyo club) [2]
  3. The 3rd in 1957; Winner: YAHATA (Yawata steel) [1]
  4. The 4th in 1958; Winner: TOKYO (Tokyo kickers) [1]
  5. The 5th in 1959; Winner: TOKYO (Furukawa) [1]
  6. The 6th in 1960; Winner: TOKYO (Furukawa) [2]
  7. The 7th in 1961; Winner: TOKYO (Furukawa) [3]
  8. The 8th in 1962; Winner: YAHATA (Yawata steel) [2]
  9. The 9th in 1963; Winner: TOKYO (Hitachi) [1]
  10. The 10th in 1964; Winner: TOKYO (Furukawa) [4]


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All Japan Shakaijin tournament

  1. The 1st in 1965; Championship: Nippon Kokan [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1966; Championship: Urawa soccer club [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1967; Championship: Mutual savings bank of Nagoya [1]
  4. The 4th in 1968; Championship: Toyota [1]
  5. The 5th in 1969; Co-championship: Urawa soccer club [2], Kofu soccer club [1]
  6. The 6th in 1970; Championship: Toyota [2]
  7. The 7th in 1971; Championship: Towa [1]
  8. The 8th in 1972; Championship: Eidai [1]
  9. The 9th in 1973; Championship: Sumitomo Metal [1]
  10. The 10th in 1974; Championship: Honda [1]
  11. The 11th in 1975; Championship: Yanmar club [1]
  12. The 12th in 1976; Championship: Nissan [1]
  13. The 13th in 1977; Championship: Toshiba Horikawa-cho [1]
  14. The 14th in 1978; Championship: Saitama teachers [1]
  15. The 15th in 1979; Championship: Toho Titanium [1]
  16. The 16th in 1980; Championship: Dainichi-Nippon Cables [1]
  17. The 17th in 1981; Championship: T&T Public Kanto [1]
  18. The 18th in 1982; Championship: Osaka Gas [1]
  19. The 19th in 1983; Championship: Matsushita [1]
  20. The 20th in 1984; Championship: Kyoto Police [1]
  21. The 21st in 1985; Co-championship: Yamanashi selections [1], NTT Kansai [1]
  22. The 22nd in 1986; Championship: Furukawa electric Chiba [1]
  23. The 23rd in 1987; Championship: Akita public office [1]
  24. The 24th in 1988; Championship: Kyoto Shiko club [1]
  25. The 25th in 1989; Championship: Chuoh Bohhan [1]
  26. The 26th in 1990; Championship: Chuoh Bohhan [2]
  27. The 27th in 1991; Championship: PJM Futures [1]
  28. The 28th in 1992; Championship: PJM Futures [2]
  29. The 29th in 1993; Championship: Yokogawa electric [1]
  30. The 30th in 1994; Championship: Ibaraki Hitachi [1]
  31. The 31st in 1995; Championship: Prima-ham Tsuchiura [1]
  32. The 32nd in 1996; Championship: Kyoikukenkyusha FC [1]
  33. The 33rd in 1997; Championship: Yokogawa Electric [2]
  34. The 34th in 1998; Championship: NTT Kyushu [1]
  35. The 35th in 1999; Championship: Honda [2]
  36. The 36th in 2000; Championship: Sagawa Express Tokyo [1]
  37. The 37th in 2001; Championship: Sagawa Express Osaka [1]
  38. The 38th in 2002; Co-championship: Okinawa Kariyushi [1], Honda Luminozo Sayama [1]
  39. The 39th in 2003; Championship: Honda Luminozo Sayama [2]
  40. The 40th in 2004; Co-championship: Honda Luminozo Sayama [3], Okinawa Kariyushi [2]
  41. The 41st in 2005; Co-championship: Rosso Kumamoto [2], Nippon Steel Oita [1]
  42. The 42nd in 2006; Championship: V.Varen Nagasaki [1]
  43. The 43rd in 2007; Championship: FC Mi-O Biwako Kusatsu [1]
  44. The 44th in 2008; Championship: AC Nagano Parceiro [1]
  45. The 45th in 2009; Championship: Matsumoto Yamaga football club [1]
  46. The 46th in 2010; Championship: Kamatamare Sanuki [1]
  47. The 47th in 2011; Championship: Tokyo 23 football club [1]
  48. The 48th in 2012; Championship: FC KOREA [1]
  49. The 49th in 2013; Championship: Renofa Yamaguchi FC [1]
  50. The 50th in 2014; Championship:


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All Japan Youth (Under-18) Football Championship

  1. The 1st in 1990; Championship: Shimizu commercial HS [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1991; Championship: Tokushima municipal HS [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1992; Championship: Fujieda-Higashi HS [1]
  4. The 4th in 1993; Championship: Shimizu commercial HS [2]
  5. The 5th in 1994; Championship: Shimizu commercial HS [3]
  6. The 6th in 1995; Championship: Shimizu commercial HS [4]
  7. The 7th in 1996; Championship: Kagoshima jitsugyo HS [1]
  8. The 8th in 1997; Championship: Higashi-Fukuoka HS [1]
  9. The 9th in 1998; Championship: Fujieda-Higashi HS [2]
  10. The 10th in 1999; Championship: Júbilo [1]
  11. The 11th in 2000; Championship: Shimizu commercial HS [5]
  12. The 12th in 2001; Championship: Kunimi HS [1]
  13. The 13th in 2002; Championship: Kunimi HS [2]
  14. The 14th in 2003; Championship: Funabashi municipal HS [1]
  15. The 15th in 2004; Championship: Sanfrecce [1]
  16. The 16th in 2005; Championship: Verdy [1]
  17. The 17th in 2006; Championship: Takigawa Dai-ni HS [1]
  18. The 18th in 2007; Championship: Ryutsu Keizai Univ. Kashiwa HS [1]
  19. The 19th in 2008; Championship: Red Diamonds [1]
  20. The 20th in 2009; Championship: F-Marinos [1]
  21. The 21st in 2010; Championship: Sanfrecce [2]

Takamado Trophy U-18 Football League

  1. The 1st in 2011; Championship: Sanfrecce [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2012; Championship: Sanfrecce [2]
  3. The 3rd in 2013; Championship: Ryutsu Keizai Univ. Kashiwa HS [1]
  4. The 4th in 2014; Championship:


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Japan Ladies Soccer League / L.League (division-1: L1)
Nadeshiko League division-1

  1. The 1st in 1989; Championship: Suzuyo Shimizu [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1990; Championship: Yomiuri Beleza [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1991; Championship: Yomiuri Beleza [2]
  4. The 4th in 1992; Championship: Yomiuri Beleza [3]
  5. The 5th in 1993; Championship: Yomiuri Beleza [4]
  6. The 6th in 1994; Championship: Matsushita [1]
  7. The 7th in 1995; Championship: Prima FC [1]
  8. The 8th in 1996; Championship: Nikko [1]
  9. The 9th in 1997; Championship: Nikko [2]
  10. The 10th in 1998; Championship: Nikko [3]
  11. The 11th in 1999; Championship: Prima FC [2]
  12. The 12th in 2000; Championship: NTV Beleza [5]
  13. The 13th in 2001; Championship: NTV Beleza [6]
  14. The 14th in 2002; Championship: NTV Beleza [7]
  15. The 15th in 2003; Championship: Tasaki Perule [1]
  16. The 16th in 2004; Championship: Reinas [1]
  17. The 17th in 2005; Championship: NTV Beleza [8]
  18. The 18th in 2006; Championship: NTV Beleza [9]
  19. The 19th in 2007; Championship: NTV Beleza [10]
  20. The 20th in 2008; Championship: NTV Beleza [11]
  21. The 21st in 2009; Championship: Reds Ladies [2]
  22. The 22nd in 2010; Championship: NTV Beleza [12]
  23. The 23rd in 2011; Championship: INAC [1]
  24. The 24th in 2012; Championship: INAC [2]
  25. The 25th in 2013; Championship: INAC [3]
  26. The 26th in 2014; Championship:

L.League division-2: L2
Nadeshiko League division-2

  1. The 1st in 2004; Championship: Yunogo Belle [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2005; Championship: INAC Leonessa [1]
  3. The 3rd in 2006; Championship: Albirex Ladies [1]
  4. The 4th in 2007; Championship: TEPCO Mareeze [1]
  5. The 5th in 2008; Championship: JEF united Ladies [1]
  6. The 6th in 2009; Championship: AS Elfen Sayama [1]

Challange League

  1. The 1st in 2010; Championship: Tokiwagi Gakuken Highschool (East) [1]/ FC Takatsuki (West) [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2011; Championship: Tokiwagi Gakuken Highschool (East) [2]/ FC Takahashi (West) [1]
  3. The 3rd in 2012; Championship: Vegalta [1]
  4. The 4th in 2013; Championship: Tokiwagi Gakuken Highschool [3]
  5. The 5th in 2014; Championship:

L.League Cup

  1. The 1st in 1996; Winner: Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1997; Winner: Prima FC [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1998; Winner: Prima FC [2]
  4. The 4th in 1999; Winner: NTV Beleza [2]

Nadeshiko League Cup

  1. The 1st in 2010; Winner: NTV Beleza [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2011; cancelation
  3. The 3rd in 2012; Winner: NTV Beleza [2]
  4. The 4th in 2013; Winner: INAC [1]

Empress's Cup -All Japan Women's Football Championship

  1. The 1st in 1980 (eight-a-side football); Winner: F.C. Jinnan [1]
  2. The 2nd in 1981 (eight-a-side football); Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [1]
  3. The 3rd in 1982; Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [2]
  4. The 4th in 1983; Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [3]
  5. The 5th in 1984; Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [4]
  6. The 6th in 1985; Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [5]
  7. The 7th in 1986; Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [6]
  8. The 8th in 1987; Winner: Shimizu Dai-hachi [7]
  9. The 9th in 1988; Winner: Yomiuri Beleza [1]
  10. The 10th in 1989; Winner: Yomiuri Beleza [2]
  11. The 11th in 1990; Winner: Takatsuki Ladies [1]
  12. The 12th in 1991; Winner: Nikko [1]
  13. The 13th in 1992; Winner: Suzuyo Shimizu [1]
  14. The 14th in 1993; Winner: Nikko [2]
  15. The 15th in 1994; Winner: Yomiuri Beleza [3]
  16. The 16th in 1995; Winner: Prima FC [1]
  17. The 17th in 1996; Winner: Fujita [1]
  18. The 18th in 1997; Winner: Nikko [3]
  19. The 19th in 1998; Winner: Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza [4]
  20. The 20th in 1999; Winner: Prima FC [2]
  21. The 21st in 2000; Winner: Tasaki Perule [1]
  22. The 22nd in 2001; Winner: NTV Beleza [5]
  23. The 23rd in 2002; Winner: Iga FC [3]
  24. The 24th in 2003; Winner: Tasaki Perule [2]
  25. The 25th in 2004; Winner: Tasaki Perule [3]
  26. The 26th in 2004/05; Winner: NTV Beleza [6]
  27. The 27th in 2005/06; Winner: NTV Beleza [7]
  28. The 28th in 2006/07; Winner: Tasaki Perule [4]
  29. The 29th in 2007/08; Winner: NTV Beleza [8]
  30. The 30th in 2008/09; Winner: NTV Beleza [9]
  31. The 31st in 2009/10; Winner: NTV Beleza [10]
  32. The 32nd in 2010/11; Winner: INAC [1]
  33. The 33rd in 2011/12; Winner: INAC [2]
  34. The 34th in 2012; Winner: INAC [3]
  35. The 35th in 2013; Winner: INAC [4]
  36. The 36th in 2014; Winner:

Nadeshiko Super Cup

  1. The 1st in 2005; Winner: NTV Beleza [1]
  2. The 2nd in 2006; Winner: Tasaki Perule [1]
  3. The 3rd in 2007; Winner: NTV Beleza [2]


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