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|Time zone||Hattrick Time +8, |
+7 while DST
|Japan HT Country
||Asia, Africa and Oceania|
|Number of regions:||11|
|Current local season:||70|
|Number of teams:
|Level of series:||5|
|Top series name:||J. League|
|National cups:||The Emperor's Cup (main)|
|Nippon Emerald Cup (challenger)|
|Nippon Ruby Cup (challenger)|
|Nippon Sapphire Cup (challenger)|
|Nippon Consolation Cup (third tier)|
|Check global match timetables page for local schedule|
- Japanese league was created in May 2001 (global season 13).
- Although in Hattrick Japan is divided in 11 regions, the most of Nippon teams (incl. bots) are from Tokyo.
- In 2002, Nippon hosted World Cup I together with Hanguk. NT was eliminated in pre-qualification match.
Book of Records
- Further information:
The oldest teams are:
- 06/06/2001, Shirayuri Sky, managed by saheki (also NT coach),
- 02/11/2001, Tire Kickers, managed by Charleyboy (also NT coach),
- 12/06/2002, vino rosso, managed by takudk),
- 10/09/2002, Kyoto Tigers, managed by LA-Junnja (also NT & U-20 NT coach),
- 19/11/2002, Soja Shoguns, managed by smallwolf,
- 24/03/2003, S.C. Jaljulya, managed by Kagemusha,
- 03/08/2003, Kawasaki Tigers, managed by MD-JakobTrier (also NT & U-20 NT coach) ,
- 03/10/2003, mateiji, managed by shoda,
- 25/12/2003, united min, managed by sk8young.
|Further information: Nippon Unofficial Championship, unofficial "king of the hill" tournament|
The double means to win the league's top tier division and its primary cup competition in the same season.
|pirxy||9||24-26, 32, 34-36, 44, 50|
|Avatars of Wilderness||2||30, 31|
|Akihabara Tigers||2||45, 49|
|Totemo Baka II||2||55, 56|
|Komatsushima Keirin Riders||2||59, 60|
|Current Officers:||Former Officers:|
|Further information: List of Federations|
|Alliance ID||Name||Founding date|
|4 671||Tiger Federation (Tigers)||2003-08-29|
|19 344||Japan Football Association (JFA)||2005-02-15|
|54 388||Kawasaki Tigers support (KTS)||2006-12-30|
|60 259||Nippon NT Federation (NNT)||2007-04-07|
|81 634||Japan Promotion of Nihongo Federation; 日本語促進連盟 (JPN)||2009-03-06|
- ^ User Meiyuu-Kantoku is the owner of two teams in this league, both winners of titles: the first is Akihabara Tigers and the other is Mozart FC Ongaku-Gakkou.
- ^ User SLV-Ferovejecs is also Hattrick Masters champion with is first team, Mishima Zaibatsu.
|Regions of Nippon|
|Asia and Oceania|
|Near East Asia:||
Armenia (Hayastan) · Azerbaijan (Azərbaycan) · Bahrain (Bahrain) · Georgia (Sakartvelo) · Jordan (Al Urdun) · Iraq (Al Iraq) · Iran (Iran) · Israel (Israel) · Kuwait (Al Kuwayt) · Lebanon (Lubnan) · Oman (Oman) · Pakistan (Pakistan) · Palestine (Palestine) · Qatar (Dawlat Qatar) · Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia) · Syria (Suriyah) · United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) · Yemen (Al Yaman)
|Middle East Asia:|
|Far East Asia:||
Brunei (Brunei) · Burma (Myanmar) · China (China) · Hong Kong (Hong Kong) · Indonesia (Indonesia) · Kampuchea (Kampuchea) · Japan (Nippon) · South Korea (Hanguk) · Malaysia (Malaysia) · Mongolia (Mongol Uls) · Philippines (Pilipinas) · Singapore (Singapore) · Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) · Thailand (Prathet Thai) · Vietnam (Việt Nam)
|Oceania:||(see also Asia, Africa and Oceania zone)|