1968 Emperor's Cup Final

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1968 Emperor's Cup Final
DateJanuary 1, 1969
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
1967
1969

1968 Emperor's Cup Final was the 48th final of the Emperor's Cup competition. The final was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on January 1, 1969. Yanmar Diesel won the championship. [1]

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Overview

Yanmar Diesel won their 1st title, by defeating Mitsubishi Motors 1–0.

Match details

Yanmar Diesel 1-0 Mitsubishi Motors
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