J.League Division 1 digital media accounts

After the jump is a list of official, frequently used digital media accounts where available for teams in J.League Division 1. For the avoidance of doubt, this list is accurate for the forthcoming 2013 season. Where a club utilises more than one account, that with the most likes or followers is specified. No accounts dedicated to or that primarily concern official mascots are included. Click the relevant links for similar lists for teams in J.League Division 2 and the Japan Football League, and the relevant football associations and authorities and national teams.

If you note any that are absent or are incorrect, please send me an email or a tweet to

J.League Division 1
Club Website Facebook Twitter YouTube
Albirex Niigata Albirex Niigata Small Facebook Icon Small
Cerezo Osaka Cerezo Osaka Small YouTube Icon
FC Tokyo FC Tokyo Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon YouTube Icon
Jubilo Iwata Jubilo Iwata Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon YouTube Icon
Kashima Antlers Kashima Antlers small Facebook Icon Small
Kashiwa Reysol Kashiwa Reysol Small
Kawasaki Frontale Kawasaki Frontale Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon
Nagoya Grampus Nagoya Grampus Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon
Oita Trinita Oita Trinita Small Facebook Icon Small
Omiya Ardija Omiya Ardija Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon YouTube Icon
Sagan Tosu Sagan Tosu Small Facebook Icon Small
Sanfrecce Hiroshima Sanfrecce Hiroshima Small Facebook Icon Small YouTube Icon
Shimizu S-Pulse Shimizu S-Pulse Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon
Shonan Bellmare Shonan Bellmare Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon YouTube Icon
Urawa Red Diamonds Urawa Red Diamonds Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon
Vegalta Sendai Vegalta Sendai Small YouTube Icon
Ventforet Kofu Ventforet Kofu Small Facebook Icon Small YouTube Icon
Yokohama F.Marinos Yokohama F-Marinos Small Facebook Icon Small Twitter Icon

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