Japanese Clubs In The AFC Champions League
The Japan J. League clubs in the AFC Champions League. This details the participation and performances in the competition since its rebranding and reformatting in 2002 and excludes the details of the old AFC Club Championship. The first Japanese club to participate in the competition was Toyo Kogyo who won third place in the 1969 edition.
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