1965 Emperor's Cup Final

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1965 Emperor's Cup Final
DateJanuary 16, 1966
Venue Komazawa Olympic Park Stadium, Tokyo
1964
1966

1965 Emperor's Cup Final was the 45th final of the Emperor's Cup competition. The final was played at Komazawa Olympic Park Stadium in Tokyo on January 16, 1966. Toyo Industries won the championship. [1]

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Overview

Toyo Industries won their 1st title, by defeating defending champion Yawata Steel 3–2.

Match details

Toyo Industries 3-2 Yawata Steel
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