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All-Japan Shakaijin 2006 Format
第42回全国社会人サッカー選手権大会

The JFA have confirmed the format of this year's All-Japan Shakaijin tournament, to be held in Akita prefecture in mid-October. Shakaijin, which is open to clubs below the JFL in the Japanese pyramid structure and which last year was won jointly by Rosso Kumamoto and Nippon Steel Oita , is particularly notable for the fact that its matches are staged over an eighty-minute period only. Exactly how qualification for the tournament is achieved varies across the country, but it begins at a local level - within each of Japan's prefectures - and ends in an allocation by the JFA of a number of teams from each region, as listed below. This entry will be edited as the nine Regional qualification tournaments reach their conclusions, to include the names of the finalists when they become known.

07 Jul 06 - Kanto Leaguers Hanno Bruder dash enthusiastically out onto the pitch before their Shakaijin qualification match with Hitachi Tochigi Uva. They did actually win in the end

Kanto Leaguers Hanno Bruder dash enthusiastically out onto the pitch before their recent Shakaijin qualification match with Hitachi Tochigi Uva. They did actually win in the end

Akita prefecture: TDK Akita

Chugoku: Fagiano Okayama and Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku

Hokkaido: Norbritz Hokkaido and Toyota Motors Hokkaido

Hokushinetsu: Fervorosa and Japan Soccer College

Kansai: FC Nishiomiya A, Kobe FC 1970, Sanyo Electric Sumoto, FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu, Ain Food and AS Laranja Kyoto

Kanto: All Kamisu SC, FC Machida Zelvia, Tonan SC Gunma, Toho Titanium, YSCC, Nirasaki Astros and Hanno Bruder

Kyushu: New Wave Kitskyushu, Nippon Steel Oita, Okinawa Kariyushi and V Varen Nagasaki

Shikoku: Nangoku Kochi and Kamatamare Sanuki

Tohoku: FC Primeiro and NEC Tokin

Tokai: Shizuoka FC, Nagoya Club, FC Gifu and Fuyo Club

07 Jul 06 - Soma SC celebrate winning the Fukushima prefecture qualifying competition

Soma SC celebrate winning the Fukushima prefecture qualifying competition
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Tochigi Follow In Rosso's Footsteps
Currently lying in fifth place in the JFL table, Tochigi SC have become the second club to apply for associate membership of the J-League, a matter of days after rivals Rosso Kumamoto submitted their own application. Now aiming to achieve J2 status in 2008, Tochigi will hear the result of their submission when the J-League's Board of Directors meet on 15 August.
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