J.League records and statistics

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This page details J. League records.

J1 League

As 1st December 2018.

Ranks

As of 1st December 2018.[1]

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

Individual

  • Most career goals : 181 goals
Japan Yoshito Okubo
  • Most career hat-tricks : 8 times
Brazil Ueslei
  • Most career appearances : 631 appearances
Japan Seigo Narazaki
  • Most goals in a season : 36 goals
Japan Masashi Nakayama (1998)
  • Most hat-tricks in a season : 5 times
Japan Masashi Nakayama (1998)
  • Most goals in a game : 5 goals
Japan Koji Noguchi for Bellmare Hiratsuka vs Kashima Antlers (3 May 1995)
Brazil Edílson for Kashiwa Reysol vs Gamba Osaka (4 May 1996)
Japan Masashi Nakayama for Jubilo Iwata vs Cerezo Osaka (15 April 1998)
Japan Wagner Lopes for Nagoya Grampus Eight vs Urawa Red Diamonds (29 May 1999)
  • Youngest player : 15 years 10 months and 6 days
Japan Takayuki Morimoto for Tokyo Verdy 1969 vs Jubilo Iwata (13 March 2004)
  • Youngest goalscorer : 15 years 11 months and 28 days
Japan Takayuki Morimoto for Tokyo Verdy 1969 vs JEF United Ichihara (5 May 2004)
  • Oldest goalscorer : 41 years 3 months and 12 days
Brazil Zico for Kashima Antlers vs Jubilo Iwata (15 June 1994)
  • Fastest goal : 8 seconds
Japan Hisato Sato for Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Cerezo Osaka (22 April 2006)
  • Fastest hat-trick : 3 minutes
Japan Yasuo Manaka for Cerezo Osaka vs Kashiwa Reysol (14 July 2001)
  • First scorer
Netherlands Henny Meijer for Verdy Kawasaki vs Yokohama Marinos (15 May 1993)
  • First hat-trick
Brazil Zico for Kashima Antlers vs Nagoya Grampus Eight (16 May 1993)

Club

Verdy Kawasaki (1995)

J2 League

As 17th November 2018

Ranks

Updated to 17th November 2018.[2]

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 : 102 goals
Japan Masashi Oguro
  • Most career hat-tricks : 6 times
Brazil Juninho
  • Most career appearances : 574 appearances
Japan Koji Honma*
  • Most goals in a season : 37 goals
Brazil Juninho (2004)
Brazil Hulk (2007)
  • Most hat-tricks in a season : 3 times
Brazil Marcus (2003)
Brazil Juninho (2003)
Brazil Juninho (2004)
Brazil Hulk (2007)
  • Most goals in a game : 4 goals
Brazil Emerson for Kawasaki Frontale vs Yokohama FC (12 May 2001)
Japan Yutaka Takahashi for Sanfrecce Hiroshima vs Yokohama FC (19 April 2003)
Brazil Marcus for Albirex Niigata vs Omiya Ardija (14 May 2003), vs Consadole Sapporo (2 August 2003) & vs Yokohama FC (13 September 2003)
Brazil Baron for Ventforet Kofu vs Mito HollyHock (2 May 2004)
Brazil Hulk for Consadole Sapporo vs Shonan Bellmare (23 September 2006)
Japan Takashi Inui for Cerezo Osaka vs Avispa Fukuoka (23 May 2009) & vs Thespa Kusatsu (8 November 2009)
Brazil Kempes for JEF United Chiba vs Giravanz Kitakyushu (31 March 2013)
Japan Takashi Usami for Gamba Osaka vs Tokushima Vortis (27 October 2013)
Spain David Barral for Tokushima Vortis vs Montedio Yamagata (8 August 2018)
  • Youngest player : 16 years 2 months and 25 days
Japan Daisuke Kikuchi for Shonan Bellmare vs Avispa Fukuoka (7 July 2007)
  • Youngest goalscorer : 17 years 3 months and 15 days
Japan Shuto Minami for Tokyo Verdy vs Roasso Kumamoto (22 August 2010)
  • Oldest player : 16 years 2 months and 25 days
Japan Kazuyoshi Miura for Yokohama FC vs Oita Trinita (4 November 2018)
  • Oldest goalscorer : 51 years, 8 months and 9 days
Japan Kazuyoshi Miura for Yokohama FC vs Thespakusatsu Gunma (12 March 2017)
  • First scorer
Japan Hayato Okamoto for FC Tokyo vs Sagan Tosu (14 March 1999)
  • First hat-trick
Japan Koichiro Katafuchi for Sagan Tosu vs Consadole Sapporo (28 March 1999)

Club

  • Most League championships : 3 times
Consadole Sapporo (2000, 2007, 2016)
  • Most years in J2/Longest uninterrupted spell in J2: 20 seasons
Mito HollyHock (2000-2019)
  • 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)

J3 League

Updated to 2nd December 2018.

Ranks

As of 2nd December 2018.[3]

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

Individual

  • Most career goals : 42 goals
Japan Tsugutoshi Oishi
  • Most career hat-tricks : 2 times
Japan Kazuhito Kishida, Japan Takaki Fukimitsu, Japan Hiroki Higuchi, Japan Masao Tsuji, Japan Noriaki Fujimoto
  • Most career appearances : 160 appearances
Japan Ken Hisatomi
  • Most goals in a season : 32 goals
Japan Kazuhito Kishida (2015)
  • Most hat-tricks in a season : 2 times
Japan Kazuhito Kishida, Japan Takaki Fukimitsu (2015)
Japan Noriaki Fujimoto (2017)
  • Most goals in a game : 4 goals
Japan Tsugutoshi Oishi for Fujieda MYFC vs Nagano Parceiro (30 March 2014)
Japan Koji Suzuki for Machida Zelvia vs J. League U-22 Selection (26 April 2014)
Japan Hiroki Higuchi for SC Sagamihara vs Fujieda MYFC (28 June 2015)
Japan Yuta Togashi for FC Ryukyu vs SC Sagamihara (10 June 2018)
  • Youngest player : 15 years 5 months and 1 day
Japan Takefusa Kubo for FC Tokyo U-23 vs Nagano Parceiro (5 November 2016)
  • Youngest goalscorer : 15 years 10 months and 11 days
Japan Takefusa Kubo for FC Tokyo U-23 vs Cerezo Osaka (15 April 2017)
  • Oldest player: 43 years 3 months and 18 days
Japan Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi for SC Sagamihara vs Kagoshima United FC (2 December 2018)
  • Oldest goalscorer : 38 years 7 months and 21 days
Japan Ryuji Bando for FC Ryukyu vs Gainare Tottori (21 March 2018)
  • Fastest hat-trick : 20 minutes
Japan Hiroki Higuchi for SC Sagamihara vs Fujieda MYFC (28 June 2015)
  • First scorer
Japan Keisuke Endo for Machida Zelvia vs Fujieda MYFC (9 March 2014)
  • First hat-trick
Japan Masao Tsuji for Zweigen Kanazawa vs YSCC Yokohama (29 March 2014)

Club

Renofa Yamaguchi (2015)

References

  1. ^ https://data.j-league.or.jp/SFTP01/
  2. ^ https://data.j-league.or.jp/SFTP01/
  3. ^ https://data.j-league.or.jp/SFTP01/
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