Sapporo University were the only entrants to the Hokkaido competition, and thus were automatically awarded the title and selection for the national tournament.
|3||Seiwa Gakuen College||3||1||0||2||8||23||-15||3|
Sendai University were once again too strong for the opposition in Tohoku, winning again this year without conceding a goal. Yamagata University were joined by Tohoku University of Community Service and Science and again made the national competition, finishing second. Seiwa Gakuen College and Shokei Gakuin College put out a joint team and finished third; newcomers Hirosaki University from Aomori will have enjoyed the experience and will look to improve for next year.
Kanto - First Division
|2||Nippon Sport Science University||9||6||2||1||21||6||15||20|
|3||Kanto Gakuen University||9||6||1||2||27||14||13||19|
|6||University of Tsukuba||9||3||3||3||15||10||5||12|
|7||Tokyo International University||9||3||1||5||9||15||-6||10|
|9||Daito Bunka University||9||1||1||7||9||23||-14||4|
In Kanto, Waseda University took the title for the fourth season in succession, with archrivals Nippon Sport Science University in second. Tokyo International University, who have only had a team since 2011, qualified in seventh for their first national championships under the direction of former international player Otake Nami. 2011 champions Kanagawa University and Daito Bunka University both succeeded in their play-off matches to retain their places in the First Division. Juntendo University, promoted last season, have been relegated.
Kanto - Second Division
|3||University of Yamanashi||12||10||0||2||79||8||71||30|
|5||Japan Women's College of P.E.||12||7||2||3||49||22||27||23|
|7||Tokyo University of I.S.||12||5||2||5||40||25||15||17|
|8||Tokyo Women's College of P.E.||12||5||2||5||31||26||5||17|
|9||Teikyo Heisei University||12||4||0||8||13||42||-29||12|
|11||Tokyo Gakugei University||12||2||0||10||7||59||-52||6|
|12||Tokyo University of F.S.||12||1||0||11||5||95||-90||3|
The full names of each of the abbreviated universities' names are as follows:
Tokyo University of I.S. is the Tokyo University of Information Sciences
Tokyo Women's College of P.E. is the Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education
Japan Women's College of P.E. is the Japan Women's College of Physical Education
Tokyo University of F.S. is the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
In the reorganised Second Division, last year's two relegated teams, Kokushikan University and Keio University, were far too strong for the opposition and finished in the top two places, with Kokushikan University beating Keio University on the final day to take the title and automatic promotion. Keio University and the University of Yamanashi competed in play-offs but neither was able to gain promotion. The bottom three sides were all relegated to the Third Division.
Kanto - Third Division
|6||Soka Women's College||10||1||0||9||2||66||-64||3|
In the Third Division, Jumonji University and Teikyo University finished in the top two spots but were unable to attain promotion through the play-offs.
In Hokushin'etsu the Niigata University of Health and Welfare were unsurprisingly very comfortable winners, with Hokuriku University joining them in qualifying. Niigata University and Shinshu University are both still some way off competing at this level.
|1||Shizuoka Sangyo University||4||4||0||0||51||1||50||12|
|4||Aichi Toho University||4||1||0||3||16||8||8||3|
|5||Chubu Gakuin University||4||0||0||4||0||82||-82||0|
|Tokoha Gakuen University||1||0||0||1||1||5||-4|
Shizuoka Sangyo University as fully expected dominated in Tokai, with Shigakkan putting in a fine performance to finish second. Aichi Toho were not up to their usual standard and were very disappointed to miss out on qualification. Tokoha Gakuen University were not formal competitors.
Kansai - First Division
|1||Mukogawa Women's University||7||5||2||0||38||5||33||17|
|2||Osaka University of H.S.S.||7||5||1||1||50||6||44||16|
|3||Himeji Dokkyo University||7||5||1||1||39||5||34||16|
|4||Himeji Hinomoto College||7||4||1||2||21||12||9||13|
|5||Kobe Shinwa Women's University||7||2||2||3||25||15||10||8|
|6||Osaka International University||7||2||1||4||17||25||-8||7|
|7||Kwansei Gakuin University||7||0||1||6||3||63||-60||1|
|8||Osaka Kyoiku University||7||0||1||6||1||63||-62||1|
Osaka University of H.S.S. is the Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences
Mukogawa Women's University improved this year to win in Kansai. The Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences were also preoccupied with the Empress' Cup and they fell to second but were very comfortable in qualifying for the national tournamet. Also qualifying are Himeji Hinomoto College and Himeji Dokkyo University who take the place of last year's qualifiers Kobe Shinwa Women's University. Osaka Kyoiku University were automatically relegated. Kwansei Gakuin University were also relegated, having been beaten by Kyoto Bunkyo University in a play-off.
Kansai - Second Division Block A
|2||Kyoto University of Education||4||3||0||1||5||11||-6||9|
|3||Kobe Women's University||4||2||0||2||13||11||2||6|
|4||Hyogo University of T.E.||4||1||0||3||1||32||-31||3|
|5||Nara University of Education||4||0||0||4||0||33||-33||0|
Hyogo University of T. E. is the Hyogo University of Teacher Education.
Kansai - Second Division Block B
|1||Kyoto Bunkyo University||4||4||0||0||25||4||21||12|
|3||Biwako Seikei Sport College||4||2||0||2||11||9||2||6|
Second Division Final Rankings:
1. Seisen University
2. Kyoto Bunkyo University
3. Kansai University
4. Kyoto University of Education
5. Biwako Seikei Sport College
6. Ritsumeikan University
7. Kobe Women's University
8. Hyogo University of Teacher Education
9. Wakayama University
10. Nara University of Education
Seisen University, who were relegated last season, have been promoted back to the first division, replacing Osaka Kyoiku University who had taken their place. Seisen University had beaten the other side relegated last season, Kyoto Bunkyo University, in the Second Division play-off. Seisen University were thus promoted automatically, with Kyoto Bunkyo University gaining promotion through another play-off.
Kibi International University took the title with a penalty shoot-out win over Tokuyama University, with both qualifying very easily against poor opposition, all three of the lower sides hailing from Hiroshima.
|1||IPU Women's College||2||2||0||0||16||1||15||6|
International Pacific University Women's College, with their Ehime FC Ladies players, were much too strong for the other two teams on Shikoku, with Ehime University coming in second to qualify for the national tournament. Matsuyama University made no improvement from last season.
|2||Kyushu Kyoritsu University||2||1||0||1||5||3||2||3|
The pattern from last season was repeated in Kyushu, with Fukuoka University easily taking the title again. Kyushu Kyoritsu University qualify in second, with Kumamoto University improving somewhat in conceding fewer goals.