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J.League records and statistics

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This page details J. League records.

Contents

J1 League

As 19 February 2016.

Ranks

As of 4 November 2016

In bold the ones who are actually playing in J1. In italic the ones who are still active in other league.

Individual

  • Most career goals : 171 goals
  • Yoshito Okubo
  • Most career hat-tricks : 8 times
  • Ueslei
  • Most career appearances : 615 appearances
  • Seigo Narazaki
  • Most goals in a season : 36 goals
  • Masashi Nakayama (1998)
  • Most hat-tricks in a season : 5 times
  • Masashi Nakayama (1998)
  • Most goals in a game : 5 goals
  • Koji Noguchi for Bellmare Hiratsuka vs Kashima Antlers (3 May 1995) Edílson for Kashiwa Reysol vs Gamba Osaka (4 May 1996) Masashi Nakayama for Jubilo Iwata vs Cerezo Osaka (15 April 1998) Wagner Lopes for Nagoya Grampus Eight vs Urawa Red Diamonds (29 May 1999)
  • Youngest player : 15 years 10 months and 6 days
  • Takayuki Morimoto for Tokyo Verdy 1969 vs Jubilo Iwata (13 March 2004)
  • Youngest goalscorer : 15 years 11 months and 28 days
  • Takayuki Morimoto for Tokyo Verdy 1969 vs JEF United Ichihara (5 May 2004)
  • Oldest goalscorer : 41 years 3 months and 12 days
  • Zico for Kashima Antlers vs Jubilo Iwata (15 June 1994)
  • Fastest goal : 8 seconds
  • Hisato Sato for Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Cerezo Osaka (22 April 2006)
  • Fastest hat-trick : 3 minutes
  • Yasuo Manaka for Cerezo Osaka vs Kashiwa Reysol (14 July 2001)
  • First scorer
  • Henny Meijer for Verdy Kawasaki vs Yokohama Marinos (15 May 1993)
  • First hat-trick
  • Zico for Kashima Antlers vs Nagoya Grampus Eight (16 May 1993)

    Club

  • Most League championships : 8 times
  • Kashima Antlers (1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2016)
  • Longest uninterrupted spell in J1: 24 seasons (1993 - Present)
  • Kashima Antlers
  • Yokohama F. Marinos
  • Most goals scored in a season : 107 goals
  • Jubilo Iwata (1998)
  • Fewest goals scored in a season : 16 goals
  • Tokushima Vortis (2014)
  • Most goals conceded in a season : 111 goals
  • Yokohama Flügels (1995)
  • Fewest goals conceded in a season : 24 goals
  • Oita Trinita (2008)
  • Biggest goal difference in a season : 68 goals
  • Jubilo Iwata (1998)
  • Most points in a season : 108 points
  • Verdy Kawasaki (1995)
  • Fewest points in a season : 13 points
  • Bellmare Hiratsuka (1999)
  • Most wins in a season : 35 wins
  • Verdy Kawasaki (1995)
  • Fewest wins in a season : 2 wins
  • Oita Trinita (2013)
  • Most draws in a season : 14 draws
  • FC Tokyo (2005)
  • Ventforet Kofu (2014)
  • Most losses in a season : 34 losses
  • Gamba Osaka (1995)
  • Fewest losses in a season : 3 losses
  • Jubilo Iwata (2001)
  • Jubilo Iwata (2002)
  • Most goals in a game  : 12 goals
  • Cerezo Osaka 5-7 Kashiwa Reysol (8 August 1998)
  • Record win : 9-1, 8-0
  • Jubilo Iwata 9-1 Cerezo Osaka (15 April 1998)
  • Vissel Kobe 0-8 Oita Trinita (26 July 2003)
  • Highest scoring draw: 5-5
  • Vissel Kobe 5-5 JEF United Ichihara (14 October 1998)
  • Highest average home attendance in a season : 47,609
  • Urawa Red Diamonds (2008)
  • Highest home attendance : 62,632
  • Yokohama F. Marinos 0-2 Albirex Niigata (30 November 2013)
  • J2 League

    As 31 December 2014

    Ranks

    Updated to 20 November 2016.

    In bold the ones who are actually playing in J2. In italic the ones who are still active in other league.

    Individual

  • Most career goals : 89 goals
  • Tetsuya Okubo
  • Most career hat-tricks : 6 times
  • Juninho
  • Most career appearances : 563 appearances (at the end of 2016 season)
  • Koji Honma*
  • Most goals in a season : 37 goals
  • Juninho (2004) Hulk (2007)
  • Most hat-tricks in a season : 3 times
  • Marcus (2003) Juninho (2003) Juninho (2004) Hulk (2007)
  • Most goals in a game : 4 goals
  • Emerson for Kawasaki Frontale vs Yokohama FC (12 May 2001) Yutaka Takahashi for Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Yokohama FC (19 April 2003) Marcus for Albirex Niigata vs Omiya Ardija (14 May 2003) Marcus for Albirex Niigata vs Consadole Sapporo (2 August 2003) Marcus for Albirex Niigata vs Yokohama FC (13 September 2003) Baron for Ventforet Kofu vs Mito HollyHock (2 May 2004) Hulk for Consadole Sapporo vs Shonan Bellmare (23 September 2006)
  • Youngest player : 16 years 2 months and 25 days
  • Daisuke Kikuchi for Shonan Bellmare vs Avispa Fukuoka (7 July 2007)
  • Youngest goalscorer : 17 years 3 months and 15 days
  • Daisuke Kikuchi for Shonan Bellmare vs Roasso Kumamoto (27 July 2008)
  • Oldest goalscorer : 46 years 4 months 7 days
  • Kazuyoshi Miura for Yokohama FC vs Tochigi S.C. (3 July 2013)*
  • Last scorer
  • Hayato Okamoto for FC Tokyo vs Sagan Tosu (14 March 1999)
  • First hat-trick
  • Koichiro Katafuchi for Sagan Tosu vs Consadole Sapporo (28 March 1999)
  • Asterisk denotes player is still active in J. League Division 2
  • Club

  • Most League championships : 3 times
  • Consadole Sapporo (2000, 2007, 2016)
  • Longest uninterrupted spell in J2: 17 seasons
  • Mito HollyHock (2000-2016, ongoing)
  • Most goals scored in a season : 104 goals
  • Kawasaki Frontale (2004)
  • Fewest goals scored in a season : 20 goals
  • Giravanz Kitakyushu (2010)
  • Most goals conceded in a season : 98 goals
  • Ventforet Kofu (2001)
  • Fewest goals conceded in a season : 22 goals
  • Consadole Sapporo (2000) FC Tokyo (2011)
  • Biggest goal difference in a season : 66 goals
  • Kawasaki Frontale (2004)
  • Most points in a season : 106 points
  • Vegalta Sendai (2009)
  • Fewest points in a season : 15 points
  • Giravanz Kitakyushu (2010)
  • Most wins in a season : 34 wins
  • Kawasaki Frontale (2004)
  • Fewest wins in a season : 1 win
  • Giravanz Kitakyushu (2010)
  • Most draws in a season : 22 draws
  • Yokohama FC (2004)
  • Most losses in a season : 34 losses
  • Ventforet Kofu (2001)
  • Fewest losses in a season : 2 losses
  • Kashiwa Reysol (2010)
  • Most goals in a game  : 10 goals
  • FC Gifu 2-8 Gamba Osaka (3 July 2013)
  • Record win : 7-0
  • Sagan Tosu 0-7 Urawa Red Diamonds (30 March 2000)
  • Highest scoring draw: 4-4
  • Tokushima Vortis 4-4 Giravanz Kitakyushu (22 August 2010) Sagan Tosu 4-4 Yokohama FC (17 October 2010) FC Gifu 4-4 Sagan Tosu (30 October 2011)
  • Highest average attendance in a season : 30,339
  • Albirex Niigata (2003)
  • Highest attendance : 42,223
  • Albirex Niigata 1-0 Omiya Ardija (23 November 2003)

    Ranks

    As of 20 November 2016

    In bold the ones who are actually playing in J3. In italic the ones who are still active in other league.

    References

    J.League records and statistics Wikipedia


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