Founded in 1989, the Japan Women’s Football League, nicknamed ‘Nadeshiko League’, is a non-professional league for female soccer players in Japan.
Currently, there are 22 teams nationwide in this top amateur league.
The Nadeshiko League has two divisions – Division 1 with 12 teams and Division 2 with 10 teams. Each consist of a wide variety of organizations with affiliations to the Japan Professional Football League (J. League), citizen’s clubs (NPOs), companies, and universities. The league is organized by the Japan Football Association (JFA) and the Japan Women’s Football League, with matches held throughout Japan.
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