Wednesday, 22 June 2016
FT
Urawa Red Diamonds
3 : 2
FC Tokyo
Online
5'
 
13'
0:1
32'
0:2
66'
1:2
72'
2:2
78'
3:2
Saturday, 25 June 2016
FT
Kashiwa Reysol
1 : 1
Shonan Bellmare
Online
71'
 
71'
0:1
90'
1:1
FT
Urawa Red Diamonds
3 : 1
Vissel Kobe
Online
34'
1:0
45'
2:0
48'
2:1
77'
 
81'
 
86'
3:1
FT
Ventforet Kofu
0 : 3
Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Online
16'
0:1
80'
0:3
FT
Albirex Niigata
1 : 0
Sagan Tosu
Online
78'
1:0
FT
Kawasaki Frontale
2 : 0
Omiya Ardija
Online
22'
1:0
52'
 
56'
2:0
60'
 
89'
 
FT
Kashima Antlers
2 : 0
Avispa Fukuoka
Online
27'
1:0
35'
 
37'
2:0
FT
Jubilo Iwata
3 : 0
Vegalta Sendai
Online
10'
 
24'
1:0
38'
2:0
49'
 
64'
3:0
FT
Yokohama F Marinos
0 : 1
FC Tokyo
Online
46'
 
90'
0:1
FT
Gamba Osaka
3 : 3
Nagoya Grampus Eight
Online
45'
1:1
54'
2:1
67'
2:2
86'
 
87'
3:2
89'
3:3
Team G W D D G P
1. Kashima Antlers 17 12 3 2 29 - 10 39
2. Kawasaki Frontale 17 11 5 1 33 - 15 38
3. Urawa Red Diamonds 17 10 3 4 26 - 16 33
4. Sanfrecce Hiroshima 17 8 5 4 32 - 18 29
5. Omiya Ardija 17 7 5 5 17 - 18 26
6. Gamba Osaka 17 7 3 7 22 - 20 24
7. Kashiwa Reysol 17 6 6 5 20 - 21 24
8. Vegalta Sendai 17 7 2 8 20 - 25 23
9. FC Tokyo 17 6 5 6 16 - 18 23
10. Jubilo Iwata 17 6 5 6 21 - 23 23
11. Yokohama F Marinos 17 6 4 7 21 - 19 22
12. Vissel Kobe 17 5 5 7 23 - 25 20
13. Albirex Niigata 17 4 6 7 19 - 25 18
14. Sagan Tosu 17 4 5 8 10 - 15 17
15. Nagoya Grampus Eight 17 4 5 8 24 - 29 17
16. Shonan Bellmare 17 4 4 9 18 - 27 16
17. Ventforet Kofu 17 3 6 8 18 - 31 15
18. Avispa Fukuoka 17 2 5 10 11 - 25 11

Top Forwarders

# Player         
1. Peter Utaka 13 2 0
2. Yoshito Okubo 11 4 1
3. Robin Simovic 9 1 0
4. Shinzo Koroki 8 0 0
5. Mu Kanazaki 8 0 0

Top Bookers

# Player      
1. Masahiko Inoha 5 0
2. Akihiro Ienaga 5 0
3. Kisho Yano 5 0
4. Mitsuo Ogasawara 5 0
5. Mu Kanazaki 5 0



Results of the championship Japan online. J-League Japan.


Football Japan began its history in 1968, when during the Olympic games the team managed to win the bronze medal. But as a professional League in the country was not, to his first world competition, the players had to wait another thirty years.

Championship Japan soccer began to organize since 1993, when he founded J. League. It is the strongest football League in the country at the moment. To make it have the right 18 professional clubs. This competition lasts from March to December, the month (the system "spring-autumn").

The first championship was held in two stages, resulting from the standings were gradually weeded out participants. After a while, namely since 1996, the competition started in one round.

The national team of Japan Cup is the most titled among all countries in Asia. In its Arsenal, it has four leading position of Asian Cup and reach the 1/8 world Championships, which hosted the 2002 and 2010.

For fans, don't have time to watch the live broadcast and we always have an alternative in the form of online results, which can be seen while on our website.
 




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