Domestic Leagues Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Domestic Leagues Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank MP W D L GF GA GD Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2022Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J1 League3rd2411853926+134110,871Kato Mutsuki - 5Kim Jin-hyeon
2021Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J1 League12th38139164751-4485,070Kato Mutsuki - 7Kim Jin-hyeon
2020Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J1 League4th34186104637+9606,729Bruno Mendes - 9Kim Jin-hyeon→ AFC Champions League via league finish
2019Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J1 League5th34185113925+145921,518Kota Mizunuma, Hiroaki Okuno - 7Kim Jin-hyeon
2018Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J1 League7th341311103938+15018,811Yusuke Maruhashi, Toshiyuki Takagi - 6Kim Jin-hyeon
2017Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J1 League3rd3419696543+226320,970Kenyu Sugimoto - 22Kim Jin-hyeon→ AFC Champions League via cup win
2016Cerezo Osakajp JPN2. J2 League4th42239106246+167812,509Kenyu Sugimoto - 14Kim Jin-hyeonPromoted, → Semi-final
2015Cerezo Osakajp JPN2. J2 League4th421813115740+1767→ Semi-final
2014Cerezo Osakajp JPN1. J.League Division 117th34710173648-123121,627Diego Forlán - 7Kim Jin-hyeonRelegated

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