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JAPAN Football J1 LEAGUE New Biss Key On Eutelsat 7A/B ( 7.0°E )

JAPAN Football J1 LEAGUE New Biss Key On Eutelsat 7A/B ( 7.0°E )

The J1 League (Japanese: J1リーグ, Hepburn: Jē-wan Rīgu) or simply J1 is the top division of the Japan Professional Football League (日本プロサッカーリーグ, Nihon Puro Sakkā Rīgu) and the top professional Football J.League in Japan.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] It is one of the most successful leagues in Asian club football. Currently, the J1 League is the first level of the Japanese association football league system. The second tier is represented by the J2 League. It is currently sponsored by Meiji Yasuda Life and thus officially known as the Meiji Yasuda J1 League (Japanese: 明治安田生命J1リーグ).[9] Until the 2014 season it was named the J.League Division 1

ASIA FOOTBALL inc AFC Competitions TV Biss Feed Keys


Satellite:Eutelsat 7A/B ( 7.0°E )
Frequency: 10969 V 7200
DVB-S2 – 4:2:0 – 8PSK
ID: Fi09_GNVE
Event: JAPAN J1 LEAGUE
FCW: 90 F1 38 B9 D7 62 7D DD


Satellite : Eutelsat 16A ( 16.0°E )
Frequency : 12643 V 27500
DVB-S2 – 4:2:0 – 8PSK
ID: SRTV Feed HD
DCW: 6C 75 0E EF FF C7 2D FD


Football Match Biss Key Update Feed J. League

Satellite:TURKSAT 3A (42.0°E)
Frequency: 10968 V 7916

DCW: AF 6B 4C 66 85 BD 92 AD


AFC Competitions TV Biss Feed Keys

Asiasat 5 ( 100.5°E)
3986 V 7200
DVB-S2 – 4:2:0 – 8PSK
ID: Fi10_GNVE

CW: 1F C7 3A 20 AF 9C C2 0D


Contents

  • 1History
    • 1.1Phases of J1
      • 1.1.1Before the professional league (1992 and earlier)
      • 1.1.2Inaugural season and J.League boom (1993–1995)
      • 1.1.3After the boom (1996–1999)
      • 1.1.4Change of infrastructure and game formats (1999–2004)
      • 1.1.5European League Format & AFC Champions League (2005–2008)
      • 1.1.6Modern phase (2009–2016)
      • 1.1.7Future (2017–)
    • 1.2Timeline
  • 22021 season
    • 2.1League format
    • 2.2Participating clubs
    • 2.3Stadiums (2021)
    • 2.4Former clubs
  • 3Statistics
    • 3.1Championship history
    • 3.2Most successful clubs
    • 3.3Relegation history
  • 4Other tournaments
  • 5Players and managers
    • 5.1Players
    • 5.2Managers
  • 6Media coverage
    • 6.1Japan
    • 6.2Outside Japan
      • 6.2.12020-2022
  • 7See also
  • 8References
  • 9External links

 

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