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Japan Women's Baseball League

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Japan Women's Baseball League
Founded17 August 2009
CEOTakahiro Hikosō
No. of teams4
Most recent
Kyoto Flora
Most titlesAichi Dione (4)
Official website

The Japan Women's Baseball League (Japanese: 日本女子プロ野球リーグ, Hepburn: Nihon Joshi Puro Yakyū Rīgu), formerly Girls Professional Baseball League until 2012, was the highest level of women's baseball in Japan.[1][2]

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On 26 August, it was announced that the league would suffer from severe contraction if new investors were not found and crowd number would not increase.[3] On 9 November, it was announced that over half of the league's players had been released ahead of the 2020 season.[4] In December 2021, the league announced it would shut down indefinitely.[5]


Team Location Former names Team color
Saitama Astraia Saitama East Astraia (2013–14)
Aichi Dione Aichi Hyogo Swing Smileys (2010–12)
South Dione (2013–14)
Hyogo Dione (2015–17)
Kyoto Flora Kyoto Kyoto Asto Dreams (2010–12)
West Flora (2013–14)
Reia Kyoto Osaka Brabee Honeys (2012)
North Reia (2013–'14)
Tohoku Reia (2015)
Team Participation team Team color
All West Japan West Flora, South Dione
All East Japan East Astraia, North Reia


  1. ^ Krieger, Daniel (19 March 2012). "For Some Women, the Name of the Game Is Baseball". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  2. ^ "日本女子プロ野球リーグ JWBL". Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  3. ^ "女子プロ野球機構が新規参入呼びかけ 太田幸司氏「死にものぐるいで存続考える」/デイリースポーツ online". Daily (in Japanese). 26 August 2019. Retrieved 18 February 2020.
  4. ^ "選手の半分以上が退団、女子プロ野球リーグに一体何が?:朝日新聞デジタル". Asahi Shimbun (in Japanese). 9 November 2019. Retrieved 18 February 2020.
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