1952 Emperor's Cup Final

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1952 Emperor's Cup Final
DateMay 6, 1952
Venue Fujieda Higashi High School Ground, Shizuoka
1951
1953

1952 Emperor's Cup Final was the 32nd final of the Emperor's Cup competition. The final was played at Fujieda Higashi High School Ground in Shizuoka on May 6, 1952. All Keio won the championship. [1]

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Overview

All Keio won the championship, by defeating Osaka Club 6–2. All Keio was featured a squad consisting of Yukio Tsuda, Ken Noritake, Hirokazu Ninomiya, Tadao Kobayashi and Yoshinori Shigematsu.

Match details

All Keio 6-2 Osaka Club
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