2013 Japanese club football (J. League, JFL, etc.)

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2013 Japanese club football (J. League, JFL, etc.)

Postby MipoFanatic » Sun Feb 17, 2013 3:35 pm

Let's start off with an upcoming documentary about Vegalta Sendai's efforts to play the 2011 J. League season, just one month after the earthquake/tsunami that killed 20,000 people:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MArdQjmyRGI


nzfooty wrote: 2012 thread here
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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby RoqueJunior » Sat Mar 02, 2013 12:13 am

Hi, a forum like this about japanse football, please?

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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby Frontierman » Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:31 pm

Does anybody here watch the J-League week in week out? If so what's the goss, who spending money this year etc?
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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby eujin » Mon Nov 04, 2013 2:21 pm

I haven't seen this linked on the site yet, from one of our very own;

http://www.wsc.co.uk/wsc-daily/1163-june-2013/10013-japan-s-inability-to-develop-a-world-class-striker

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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby mfk » Mon Nov 04, 2013 6:32 pm

http://www.j-league.or.jp/eng/pdf/2013/aboutj_eng.pdf

interesting read.... for those.. who are interested. hah
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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby MipoFanatic » Mon Nov 11, 2013 3:39 am

Pretty quiet in here this year!

Jubilo Iwata surprisingly on track for relegation - one of the few clubs left not to have been down to J2 yet. I just hope the F***ing Marinos don't take the title.

In the J2, Gamba Osaka (hahah!) and Vissel Kobe are straight back up to J1 at first attempt, while Consadole Sapporo are trying to claw their way into the promotion playoffs. With two match days remaining, the four clubs currently set for the promotion playoffs include a couple of biggish clubs with lots of J1 experience (Kyoto Sanga and JEF United Chiba), perennial mid-table club Tokushima Vortis in their best-ever season, and newly-promoted V・Varen Nagasaki (in the JFL last season, thus pushing for back-to-back promotions).

Nagano Parceiro won the JFL (D3) today. They're also the only remaining JFL club left in the Emperor's Cup, and will play away to J1 leaders F***ing Marinos next week.

The J. League will be setting up a third division next season, primarily because the JFL is supposed to be an amateur league. As such, the JFL will be D4 as of 2014. The J3 will be made of 12 of these clubs.
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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby paquebot » Tue Nov 12, 2013 1:10 am

MipoFanatic wrote:With two match days remaining, the four clubs currently set for the promotion playoffs include a couple of biggish clubs with lots of J1 experience (Kyoto Sanga and JEF United Chiba), perennial mid-table club Tokushima Vortis in their best-ever season, and newly-promoted V・Varen Nagasaki (in the JFL last season, thus pushing for back-to-back promotions).


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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby MipoFanatic » Sun Dec 08, 2013 5:27 pm

Kamatamare Sanuki of the JFL won the J2-JFL promotion-relegation playoff, and are promoted to the J. League for the first time in club history. They won the non-league treble back in 2010. Great story.

Meanwhile, the J2 playoff final is on right now between former J. League champions and Emperor's Cup winners Kyoto Sanga, and underdogs Tokushima Vortis, who have never been in Japan's top-flight. At half-time, Tokushima are surprisingly 2-0 ahead! You can find a video stream on this webpage.

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Re: Japanese club football - 2013 season (J. League, JFL, et

Postby MipoFanatic » Mon Dec 09, 2013 3:57 am

Tokushima have only gone and done it!

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Re: 2013 Japanese club football (J. League, JFL, etc.)

Postby nzfooty » Tue Jan 14, 2014 3:02 pm

Final Table:

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 1.Sanfrecce Hiroshima        34  19  6  9  51-29  63 
 2.Yokohama F. Marinos        34  18  8  8  49-31  62
 3.Kawasaki Frontale          34  18  6 10  65-51  60
 4.Cerezo Osaka               34  16 11  7  53-32  59
 5.Kashima Antlers            34  18  5 11  60-52  59
 6.Urawa Red Diamonds         34  17  7 10  66-56  58
 7.Albirex Niigata            34  17  4 13  48-42  55
 8.FC Tokyo                   34  16  6 12  61-47  54
 9.Shimizu S-Pulse            34  15  5 14  48-57  50
10.Kashiwa Reysol             34  13  9 12  56-59  48
11.Nagoya Grampus             34  13  8 13  47-48  47
12.Sagan Tosu                 34  13  7 14  54-63  46
13.Vegalta Sendai             34  11 12 11  41-38  45
14.Omiya Ardija               34  14  3 17  45-48  45
15.Ventforet Kofu             34   8 13 13  30-41  37 
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16.Shonan Bellmare            34   6  7 21  34-62  25 
17.Jubilo Iwata               34   4 11 19  40-56  23 
18.Oita Trinita               34   2  8 24  31-67  14 


Source: RSSSF (link to results)

Emperor's Cup:

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Final
Yokohama F. Marinos     2-0  Sanfrecce Hiroshima 


Source: RSSSF (link to results)

J.League Cup:
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Final
Urawa Red Diamonds      0-1 Kashiwa Reysol


Source: RSSSF (link to results)


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