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Nippon Professional Baseball
アルビレックス新潟 名古屋グランパスエイト
Albirex Niigata - Official Site ( 日本語) Nagoya Grampus Eight - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Albirex @ J-League | Albirex @ J's Goal Grampus @ J-League | Grampus @ J's Goal
Albirex @ ja.wikipedia | Albirex @ yahoo.jp Grampus @ ja.wikipedia | Grampus @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Albirex @ espn | Albirex @ J-League Grampus @ espn | Grampus @ J-League
Albirex @ wikipedia Grampus @ wikipedia
Full Name: Albirex Niigata
Nickname: Albi
City: Niigata
Stadium: Niigata Stadium Big Swan (42,279)
Founded: 1955
Full Name: Nagoya Grampus Eight
Nickname: Grampus
City: Mizuho-ku
Stadium: Mizuho Athletic Stadium (27,000)
Founded: 1991
Titles: Emperor's Cup (1995, 1999)
セレッソ大阪 大宮アルディージャ
Cerezo Osaka - Official Site (日本語) Omiya Ardija - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Cerezo @ J-League | Cerezo @ J's Goal Omiya @ J-League | Omiya @ J's Goal
Cerezo @ ja.wikipedia | Cerezo @ yahoo.jp Omiya @ ja.wikipedia | Omiya @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Cerezo Osaka @ J-League Omiya @ espn | Omiya @ J-League
Cerezo @ wikipedia Omiya @ wikipedia
Full Name: Cerezo Osaka
City: Nagaihigashi, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
Stadium: Osaka Nagai Stadium (50,000)
Founded: 1995
Full Name: Omiya Ardija
Nickname: Squirrels
City: Omiya-ku
Stadium: Omiya Park Soccer Stadium (12,500)
Founded: 1964
FC東京 サンフレッチェ広島
F.C.Tokyo - Official Site (日本語) Sanfrecce Hiroshima - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Tokyo @ J-League | Tokyo @ J's Goal Sanfrecce @ J-League | Sanfrecce @ J's Goal
Tokyo @ ja.wikipedia | Tokyo @ yahoo.jp Sanfrecce @ ja.wikipedia | Sanfrecce @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Tokyo @ espn | Tokyo @ J-League Sanfrecce @ espn | Sanfrecce @ J-League
Tokyo @ wikipedia Sanfrecce @ wikipedia
Full Name: Tokyo Football Club
Nickname: Gas, The Gas Men
City: Chofu
Stadium: Ajinomoto Stadium (50,100)
Founded: 1935
Titles: League Cup (2004)
Full Name: Sanfrecce Hiroshima F.C.
City: Asaminami-ku
Stadium: Hiroshima Big Arch (50,000)
Founded: 1938
ガンバ大阪 清水エスパルス
Gamba Osaka - Official Site (日本語) Shimizu S-Pulse - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Gamba @ J-League | Gamba @ J's Goal Shimizu @ J-League | Shimizu @ J's Goal
Gamba @ ja.wikipedia | Gamba @ yahoo.jp Shimizu @ ja.wikipedia | Shimizu @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Gamba @ espn | Gamba @ J-League Shimizu @ espn | Shimizu @ J-League
Gamba @ wikipedia Shimizu @ wikipedia
Full Name: Gamba Osaka
City: Suita
Stadium: Osaka Expo '70 Stadium (23,000)
Founded: 1980
J. League Champions (1): 2005
Full Name: Shimizu S-Pulse
Nickname: S-Pa
City: Shimizu
Stadium: Nihondaira Sports Stadium (20,339)
Founded: 1991
ジュビロ磐田 湘南ベルマーレ
Jubilo Iwata - Official Site (日本語) Shonan Bellmare - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Iwata @ J-League | Iwata @ J's Goal Shonan @ J-League | Shonan @ J's Goal
Iwata @ ja,wikipedia | Iwata @ yahoo.jp Shonan @ ja.wikipedia | Shonan @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Iwata @ espn | Iwata @ J-League Shonan Bellmare @ J-League
Iwata @ wikipedia Shonan @ wikipedia
Full Name: J˙bilo Iwata
City: Iwata
Stadium: Yamaha Stadium (16,893)
Founded: 1970
J. League Champions (3): 1997, 1999, 2002
Full Name: Shonan Bellmare
City: Nakadou, Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa
Stadium: Hiratsuka Stadium (18,500)
Founded: 1994
鹿島アントラーズ  浦和レッズ
Kashima Antlers - Official Site (日本語) Urawa Reds - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Kashima @ J-League | Kashima @ J's Goal Reds @ J-League | Reds @ J's Goal
Kashima @ wikipedia | Kashima @ yahoo.jp Reds @ wikipedia | Reds @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Kashima @ espn | Kashima @ J-League Reds @ espn | Reds @ J-League
Kashima @ wikipedia Reds @ wikipedia
Full Name: Kashima Antlers F.C.
City: Kashima
Stadium: Kashima Stadium (41,800)
Founded: 1947
J. League Champions (5): 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2007
Full Name: Urawa Red Diamonds
Nickname: Reds
City: Saitama
Stadium: Urawa Komaba Stadium (21,500)
Founded: 1992
J. League Champions (1): 2006
Komura.com 
川崎フロンターレ ベガルタ仙台
Kawasaki Frontale - Official Site (日本語) Vegalta Sendai - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Kawasaki @ J-League | Kawasaki @ J's Goal Vegalta @ J-League | Vegalta @ J's Goal
Kawasaki @ wikipedia | Kawasaki @ yahoo.jp Vegalta @ ja.wikipedia | Vegalta @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Kawasaki @ espn | Kawasaki @ J-League Vegalta @ J-League
Kawasaki @ wikipedia Vegalta @ wikipedia
Full Name: Kawasaki Frontale
City: Nakahara
Stadium: Todoroki Athletics Stadium (25,000)
Founded: 1955
Full Name: Vegalta Sendai
City: Hon-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai City, Miyagi
Stadium: Yurtec Stadium Sendai (19,694)
Founded: 1999
京都サンガF.C. ヴィッセル神戸
Kyoto Sanga - Official Site (日本語) Vissel Kobe - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Kyoto @ J-League | Kyoto @ J's Goal Vissel @ J-League | Vissel @ J's Goal

Kyoto @ ja.wikipedia | Kyoto @ yahoo.jp

Vissel @ ja.wikipedia | Vissel @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Kyoto @ espn | Kyoto @ J-League Vissel @ espn | Vissel @ J-League
Kyoto @ wikipedia Vissel @ wikipedia
Full Name: Kyoto Sanga
City: Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto
Stadium: Kyoto Nishikyogoku Stadium (20,242)
Founded: 1996
Titles: Emperor's Cup (2002)
Full Name: Vissel Kobe
City: Hyōgo-ku
Stadium: Kobe Wing Stadium (34,000)
Founded: 1966
モンテディオ山形 横浜 F・マリノス
Montedio Yamagata - Official Site (日本語) Yokohama F.Marinos - Official Site (日本語)
(日本語) (日本語)
Yamagata @ J-League | Yamagata @ J's Goal Yokohama @ J-League | Yokohama @ J's Goal
Yamagata @ ja.wikipedia | Yamagata @ yahoo.jp Yokohama @ wikipedia | Yokohama @ yahoo.jp
(English) (English)
Montedio Yamagata @ J-League Yokohama @ espn | Yokohama @ J-League
Yamagata @ wikipedia Yokohama @ wikipedia
Full Name: Montedio Yamagata
City: Matsuyama Yamagata City, Yamagata
Stadium: Yamagata Park Stadium (20,315)
Founded: 1999
Full Name: Yokohama F. Marinos
City: Kohoku-ku
Stadium: Nissan Stadium (72,327)
Founded: 1972
J. League Champions (3): 1995, 2003, 2004

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