1970 Emperor's Cup

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Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1970 season.

Overview

It was contested by 8 teams, and Yanmar Diesel won the championship.

Contents

Results

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Final

Yanmar Diesel won the championship.

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Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1967 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1968 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1971 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1972 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1973 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1974 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1975 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1976 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1977 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1978 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1979 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1980 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1982 season.

Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1989 season.

Statistics of JSL Cup in the 1979 season.

Statistics of JSL Cup in the 1980 season.

Statistics of JSL Cup in the 1982 season.

Statistics of JSL Cup in the 1984 season.

Statistics of JSL Cup in the 1988 season.

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