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J-League, serious about Chunje, discusses 86.8 billion won in su

Japan's J-League is accelerating the transition to a spring season that starts in the fall and ends in the spring.

Japan's 'Sports Hochi' announced on the 21st that the J-League Executive Committee will raise 10 billion yen (approximately 86.8 billion won) in financial resources to cover the cost of constructing a dome-shaped training center where teams in snowy areas can train normally even in winter and to preserve field training expenses. It was reported that plans were being discussed.

The J-League has recently been actively discussing the Chu Chun Festival.

We are coordinating the opinions of 60 clubs with the goal of changing from the existing Spring and Autumn Festival to the Spring and Autumn Festival starting in 2026.

In addition, they are even coming up with plans to invest large sums of money in snow-covered areas, reflecting the demands of the players, who are the main players of the game. The Japan Professional Footballers' Association said in relation to the Chuncheon Festival, “If the measures for snowy areas are at a level that players can understand, we are in favor of the Chuncheon Festival.” “We will discuss it positively,” he said.

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is greatly influenced by the J-League's consideration of the Chu Chun Festival.

AFC changed the Asian Champions League (ACL), an Asian club competition, to the Chuncheong system starting from the 2023-2024 season. This reflects the fact that about 40 of the 47 AFC member countries operate their national leagues based on a spring season system.

However, the AFC's actions put teams that operate the spring and autumn season at a disadvantage, such as Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Uzbekistan.

In the case of Japan, the regular league operation was completely aligned with the ACL. J-League Chairman Yoshikazu Nonomura recently said, “If we just play the J-League on our own, there is no need for change,” and “To create a world-class league and a world-class club, a change in the calendar is necessary.”

The J-League's board of directors will make a final decision on whether to switch to the spring season at the board meeting on December 19th.
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