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National Championship First Division

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Bridgestone First Division
Countries Hoenn Hoenn
Confederation EMUFA
Founded 674
First season 675
Number of teams 16
Levels on pyramid 2
Promotion to Superleague Hoenn
Relegation to National Championship Second Division
Domestic cup(s) King of Hoenn Cup
League cup(s) Pokénav Super Cup
International cup(s) EMUFA Champions' League
EMUFA Cup
Current season

The National Championship First Division (Japanese: ‮國標甲部‬ Hepburn: Koɂfu Kafuɂ?), presently known for promotional purposes as the Bridgestone First Division, and known as the National Championship Second Division before 2016, is the second-tier soccer league in Hoenn. The league is contested by 16 teams and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Superleague and Second Division. Teams from all four of Hoenn's domains are eligible for promotion.

Current teams

The following 16 teams are competing in the current First Division season:

Club Finishing position
last season
Location Stadium Capacity
Cianwood Coast A.C. 8th Cianwood, Awa TBD TBD
Fallarbor Town F.C. 4th Fallarbor, Toyo TBD TBD
Hayami County F.C. 2D: 3rd Kiɂki, Toyo TBD TBD
F.C. Kagoshima 10th Kagoshima, Saɂma TBD TBD
Kumaso Bears S.C. 2D: 2nd Kumaso, Hi TBD TBD
Mauville City F.C. 9th Mauville, Hi Kumamoto County Stadium 32,000
Mauville Heart F.C. SH: 16th Mauville, Hi Greater Mauville Park 70,561
Nakama City A.C. 2D: 1st Nakama, Hizen TBD TBD
Nangoɂ United F.C. 12th Nangoɂ, Tosa TBD TBD
Naruto S.C. 7th Naruto, Awa TBD TBD
National Police A.C. 13th Lilycove, Ohoɂmi TBD TBD
A.C. of Nijima 5th Nijima Salt Road House 48,903
F.C. Okinawa 6th Ginowan, Ryukyu TBD TBD
Slateport City S.C. SH: 15th Slateport, Hizen TBD TBD
F.C. Takamaɂ SH: 14th Takagawa, Sanuki TBD TBD
Yawatahama Carp A.C. 11th Yawatahama, Iyo TBD TBD