1935 Emperor's Cup Final

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1935 Emperor's Cup Final
DateJune 2, 1935
Venue Meiji Jingu Gaien Stadium, Tokyo
1933
1936

1935 Emperor's Cup Final was the 15th final of the Emperor's Cup competition. The final was played at Meiji Jingu Gaien Stadium in Tokyo on June 2, 1935. Kyungsung FC won the championship. [1]

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Overview

Kyungsung FC won their 1st title, by defeating Tokyo Bunri University 6–1. Kyungsung FC was featured a squad consisting of Kim Yong-sik, Lee Yoo-hyung and Kim Sung-gan.

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Kyungsung FC 6-1 Tokyo Bunri University
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