1989–90 Japan Soccer League

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League Tables[edit]

First Division[edit]

Nissan won a second title, spurred by increasing links between the team, its parent company and their hometown, Yokohama. Fujita Industries and Hitachi were relegated.

Pos Club PTS W D L GF GA GD Notes
1 Nissan 47 14 5 3 44 26 +18 Champions
2 Yomiuri S.C. 46 13 7 2 36 16 +22
3 ANA Club 40 11 7 4 34 19 +15
4 Furukawa Electric 38 10 8 4 25 16 +9
5 Yamaha Motors 34 9 7 6 23 19 +4
6 Honda 32 10 2 10 32 29 +3
7 Yanmar Diesel 27 6 9 7 20 23 -3
8 Nippon Kokan 24 5 9 8 16 32 -16
9 Toshiba 20 4 8 10 20 28 -8
10 Matsushita Electric 19 4 7 11 24 31 -7
11 Fujita Engineering 17 4 5 13 17 30 -13 Relegated to Second Division
12 Hitachi 13 3 4 15 12 26 -24

Second Division[edit]

Fallen giant Mitsubishi and struggler Toyota Motors returned to the top flight. Mazda Auto Hiroshima, who had been put as an A-squad to rival its parent company, and Teijin went back to their regional leagues (Chugoku and Shikoku, respectively).

Pos Club PTS W D L GF GA GD Notes
1 Mitsubishi Motors 70 22 4 4 89 25 +64 Promoted to First Division
2 Toyota Motors 69 22 3 5 84 26 +58
3 Mazda 67 20 7 3 62 20 +42
4 Kyoto Shiko Club 60 17 9 4 61 28 +33
5 Fujitsu 55 17 4 9 58 35 +23
6 Sumitomo 52 14 10 6 50 27 +23
7 Tanabe Pharmaceuticals 52 15 7 8 44 36 +8
8 Kawasaki Steel 49 14 7 9 47 23 +24
9 NTT Kanto 47 13 8 9 41 32 +9
10 Cosmo Oil 32 8 8 14 38 39 -1
11 Toho Titanium 27 6 9 15 26 56 -30
12 Kofu Club 24 5 9 16 25 51 -26
13 Nippon Steel 24 7 3 20 29 68 -39
14 Osaka Gas 19 5 4 21 17 78 -61
15 Mazda Auto Hiroshima 12 3 3 24 30 87 -57 Relegated to Regional Leagues
16 Teijin S.C. Matsuyama 11 2 5 23 16 86 -70

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