A total of 19 matches in the J-League, whose 2011 season only began last weekend, and the second division were postponed the league said in a short statement after the biggest earthquake to hit Japan in 140 years struck the north-east coast.
Four J-League teams are also scheduled to take part in the Asian Champions League on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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