L.League & Women's Football 1995/96

  1. Championship: Prima Ham FC Kunoichi
  2. Runner-up: Nikko securities SC Dream Ladies
  3. Women's championship Winner: Fujita SC Mercury
  4. Finalist: Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza

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L.League Championship 1995

note

L.League 1995 Championship play-off match on 13th January 1996 at Nishigaoka stadium is cancelled because Prima FC wins both stage.
L.League Champion 1995 is Prima Ham FC Kunoichi.


The 7th L.League 1995

tabel_.L.League 1995
Final RankingWin(V/s.o)/Lose(V/s.o)GoalsDif.
Prima Ham FC Kunoichi18(2,1)/0(0,0)6148
Nikko securities SC Dream Ladies15(1,0)/3(1,0)6345
Suzuyo Shimizu FC Lovely Ladies10(0,0)/8(0,0)271
Shiroki FC Selena8(1,0)/10(0,1)28-11
Matsushita Panasonic Bambina ladies soccer club10(0,4)/8(0,0)282
Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza9(0,1)/9(3,0)3611
Fujita SC Mercury8(1,0)/10(2,3)348
Tasaki Perule F.C.8(1,0)/10(1,1)23-14
z- Tokyo SHIDAX ladies' soccer club3(1,0)/15(0,0)23-45
TAKARAZUKA Bunnys Ladies SC1(0,0)/17(0,1)13-45

note

L.League matches are played in two stages. During each stage, each team meets every other team once either at home or away (the home and away teams are reversed in the second stage).
If different teams win the two stages, the two stage winners play-off for the championship to determine the overall first and second places.

In L.League, when regulation time (90 minutes) of league match play fails to determine a winner, teams play a sudden-death extra time. If the match is still undecided, the winning team is decided in a penalty shoot-out.

The stated order is determined by the wins. If two or more teams have the same wins, more regulation time wins team takes rank of the less team.

L.League Championship team is winner of play-off matches for the championship, and runner-up is loser of the matches. Rankings below third place are determined by adding the wins for the both stages.
The ranking is determined as follows:1-1) total of all wins including extra time win and penalty shoot-out win in both stage, 1-2) total of regulation time wins in both stage, 2) goal difference in both stage, 3) total of goals in both stage.

TAKARAZUKA Bunnys Ladies SC changes the team name from Asahi Kokusai Bunnys Ladies SC.

Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza changes the team name from Yomiuri Beleza which was sponsored by SEIYU Co.

Fujita changes the team name from Fujita Tendai.

Matsushita Panasonic Bambina changes the team name from Matsushita Electric Bambina. ('Panasonic' is a famous brand of Matsushita Electric.)

Tokyo SHIDAX ladies' soccer club withdraws from the league, and discontinues.
OKI FC Winds which changes the team name from OKI Lady Thunders is promoted to L.League.

The scores of away matches in my documents are italic small violet numbers.


L.League Awards

Most Valuable Player
Charmaine HOOPER (Prima FC)
Goal-scoring leader
27: Charmaine HOOPER (Prima FC)
Assists leader
10: MORIMOTO Yuko (Prima FC), Tone HAUGEN (Nikko), KIOKA Futaba (Suzuyo Shimizu)
Rookie of the year
ISOZAKI Hiromi (Tasaki)
Fighting spirit Award
HANETA Maki (Matsushita)
H. MacIntyre (Fujita)
Manager of the year
MIYAUCHI Satoshi (Prima FC)
Fair play Award
Suzuyo Shimizu FC Lovely Ladies
Best eleven

L.League 1st stage 1995

The first match day is 17th August, and the last match day is 22nd October 1995, interrupted by Asian Women's Championship 1995 in Malaysia from 11th September to 14th October.

tabel_.L.League 1st stage 1995
HomePRINIKSUZSHIMATBELFUJPERTSLBUNWin(V/s.o)/Lose(V/s.o)GoalsDif.
x- Prima Ham FC Kunoichi2:1
ext.
3:15:05:12:16:04:05:21:09(1,0)/0(0,0)3327
Nikko securities SC Dream Ladies1:2
ext.
3:03:02:10:32:14:03:06:17(0,0)/2(1,0)2416
Suzuyo Shimizu FC Lovely Ladies1:30:32:11:02:10:11:03:22:06(0,0)/3(0,0)121
Shiroki FC Selena0:50:31:20:0
ext.
(3:4)
1:02:1
ext.
3:04:13:15(1,0)/4(0,1)141
Matsushita Panasonic Bambina ladies soccer club1:51:20:10:0
ext.
(4:3)
1:35:21:1
ext.
(4:3)
5:02:05(0,2)/4(0,0)162
Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza1:23:01:20:13:12:3
ext.
1:2
ext.
3:23:04(0,0)/5(2,0)174
Fujita SC Mercury0:61:21:01:2
ext.
2:53:2
ext.
5:00:1
ext.
5:04(1,0)/5(2,0)180
Tasaki Perule F.C.0:40:40:10:31:1
ext.
(3:4)
2:1
ext.
0:56:22:13(1,0)/6(0,1)11-11
Tokyo SHIDAX ladies' soccer club2:50:32:31:40:52:31:0
ext.
2:63:12(1,0)/7(0,0)13-17
TAKARAZUKA Bunnys Ladies SC0:11:60:21:30:20:30:51:21:30(0,0)/9(0,0)4-23

L.League 2nd stage 1995

The first match day is 4th November, and the last match day is 24th December 1995.

tabel_.L.League 2nd stage 1995
HomePRINIKPERBELMATFUJSUZSHIBUNTSLWin(V/s.o)/Lose(V/s.o)GoalsDif.
x- Prima Ham FC Kunoichi2:03:2
ext.
4:11:03:3
ext.
(3:2)
3:14:06:02:09(1,1)/0(0,0)2821
Nikko securities SC Dream Ladies0:23:02:1
ext.
3:12:15:18:19:17:28(1,0)/1(0,0)3929
Tasaki Perule F.C.2:3
ext.
0:31:20:41:02:01:03:22:15(0,0)/4(1,0)12-3
Yomiuri-Seiyu Beleza1:41:2
ext.
2:10:20:0
ext.
(6:5)
1:22:14:08:05(0,1)/4(1,0)197
Matsushita Panasonic Bambina ladies soccer club0:11:34:02:00:0
ext.
(5:4)
0:42:01:1
ext.
(4:3)
2:35(0,2)/4(0,0)120
Fujita SC Mercury3:3
ext.
(2:3)
1:20:10:0
ext.
(5:6)
0:0
ext.
(4:5)
1:04:22:05:04(0,0)/5(0,3)168
Suzuyo Shimizu FC Lovely Ladies1:31:50:22:14:00:11:23:03:14(0,0)/5(0,0)150
Shiroki FC Selena0:41:80:11:20:22:42:13:15:33(0,0)/6(0,0)14-12
TAKARAZUKA Bunnys Ladies SC0:61:92:30:41:1
ext.
(3:4)
0:20:31:34:01(0,0)/8(0,1)9-22
Tokyo SHIDAX ladies' soccer club0:22:71:20:83:20:51:33:50:41(0,0)/8(0,0)10-28

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The 4th Saint Valentine's Day Soccer Festival

tabel_.Valentine's Festival 1996
TeamScoreTeamDateVenues
L.League Under-22 selection10:0Kanto college selection11/2/1996Nishigaoka, Tokyo
BLUE ODDS3:1RED EVENS11/2/1996Nishigaoka, Tokyo

note

BLUE ODDS is a selection of odd-numbered places in L.League 1995, including Prima, Suzuyo, Yomiuri-Seiyu, Shiroki and SHIDAX.
RED EVENS is a selection of even-numbered places in L.League 1995, including Nikko, Matsushita, Fujita, Tasaki and Takarazuka.


Awards

Most Valuable Player
SAWA Homare (Yomiuri-Seiyu)

L.League challange league '95

The first match day is 3rd December 1995, and the last match day is 17th Februrary 1996.

tabel_.L.League challange league '95
TeamOKIURASDHWin/Draw/LoseGoalsDif.Pts.
y- OKI Lady Thunders5:12:03/0/11076
URAWA Ladies FC1:01:03/0/1826
Shimizu Dai-hachi sports club1:31:50/0/42-90

note

In challange league, all teams play each other two times (each at home and away).
Teams are allotted two points for a win, one point for a draw, and no points for a loss.
The ranking is determined as follows: 1) total of all points, 2) goal difference, 3) total of goals.

Points
  • 2: a Win
  • 1: a Draw
  • 0: a Loss

The top one team, OKI Lady Thunders, shall be promoted to L.League 1996 automatically because Tokyo SHIDAX LSC withdrew the league at the end of this season.
The play-off matches are cancelled.


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The 17th All Japan Women's Football Championship

finals

The x-Teams progress to next round.
Results of championship are beneath.


Results

tabel_.1st Rounds
TeamScoreTeamDateVenues
OKI1:3Takarazuka27/1/1996Urawa Ladies
Chukyo Women's Univ.4:1Shibecha Ladies27/1/1996Uji
Jonan Ladies3:4Akita Ladies27/1/1996Onomichi
SHIDAX6:0Socius Amigo27/1/1996Naruto
tabel_.2nd Rounds
TeamScoreTeamDateVenues
Prima FC2:1
ext.
Takarazuka28/1/1996Urawa Ladies
Ishinomaki comm. HS1:9Tasaki28/1/1996Urawa Ladies
Yomiuri-Seiyu13:1Toyama Ladies28/1/1996Uji
Chukyo Women's Univ.0:9Matsushita28/1/1996Uji
Suzuyo Shimizu11:0Akita Ladies28/1/1996Onomichi
Nippon Sport. Univ.0:8Fujita SC28/1/1996Onomichi
Shiroki7:0Mats. Ragazza28/1/1996Naruto
SHIDAX1:0Nikko28/1/1996Naruto
tabel_.Quarter-finals
TeamScoreTeamDateVenues
Prima FC4:0Tasaki25/2/1996Nagoya
Yomiuri-Seiyu1:0Matsushita25/2/1996Utsunomiya
Suzuyo Shimizu2:2
ext.
(1:3)
Fujita SC25/2/1996Atsugi
Shiroki0:0
ext.
(2:3)
SHIDAX25/2/1996Matsuyama
tabel_.Semi-finals
TeamScoreTeamDateVenues
Prima FC1:1
ext.
(3:4)
Yomiuri-Seiyu2/3/1996Nishigaoka, Tokyo
Fujita SC1:0SHIDAX2/3/1996Nishigaoka, Tokyo
tabel_.Final
TeamScoreTeamDateVenues
Yomiuri-Seiyu2:3Fujita SC3/3/1996Nishigaoka, Tokyo

note

In 1st and 2nd Rounds, regulation time is 80 minutes.

In the tournament, when regulation time of the match play fails to determine a winner, teams play 'V-goal'(golden-goal) extra time for 20 minutes. If the match is still undecided, the winning team is decided in a penalty shoot-out.


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