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With the advent of Japan's professional soccer league - J. League - in 1993, Japan now has another professional sport in addition to others such as baseball, sumô and golf. Previously, matches were organized in the Japan League with ten teams supported by companies, with two round robins. The J. League has ten clubs, each representing a Japanes city or town. In 2002 Japan and South Korea are hosts of the soccer world cup 2002. Since that event soccer`s popularity in Japan is growing among young people.

» soccer amateurs - young people
» soccer stadiums in Japan
» soccer coach in Japan - Guido Buchwald

» world cup 2002 - preparing phase