1991 Emperor's Cup

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The 71st Emperor's Cup was held from December 14, 1991 to January 1, 1992. It was the last cup involving clubs from the old Japan Soccer League before it was reorganized into the J.League. The tournament was won by Nissan Motors, now known as Yokohama F. Marinos. The 12 JSL First Division clubs qualified automatically, while the other clubs qualified for the first round via regional qualifying cups.

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First round

Tie noHome teamScoreAway team
1 Yomiuri Club 3 – 2 Yanmar Diesel
2Nippon Steel1 – 4 Fujita Industries
3 East Japan JR Furukawa 2 – 0 Fukuoka University
4 Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences 1 – 4 Yamaha Motors
5 Toyota Motors 3 – 0 Keio University
6 Nippon Denso 1 – 6 Hitachi
7 Kyoto Shiko Club 1 – 5 Otsuka Pharmaceutical
8 Juntendo University 0 – 4 Toshiba
9 Honda Giken 2 – 1 Fujitsu
10 YKK 0 – 1 PJM Futures
11 Mitsubishi Motors 1 – 0 Osaka University of Commerce
12Shin Nittetsu Muroran 0 – 5 Matsushita
13 ANA 0 – 1 Kawasaki Steel
14 Waseda University 1 – 2 Mazda
15 Yamagata Nippon Denki 3 – 3 Kokushikan University
Kokushikan won 4 – 5 on penalties
16Mie Teachers0 – 9 Nissan Motors

Second round

Tie noHome teamScoreAway team
1 Yomiuri Club 2 – 0 Fujita Industries
2 East Japan JR Furukawa 1 – 0 Yamaha Motors
3 Toyota Motors 1 – 2 Hitachi
4 Otsuka Pharmaceutical 0 – 1 Toshiba
5 Honda Giken 2 – 1 PJM Futures
6 Mitsubishi Motors 1 – 0 Matsushita
7 Kawasaki Steel 1 – 1 Mazda
Kawasaki Steel won 4 – 2 on penalties
8 Kokushikan University 1 – 5 Nissan Motors

Quarterfinals

Tie noHome teamScoreAway team
1 Yomiuri Club 2 – 0 East Japan JR Furukawa
3 Hitachi 0 – 2 Toshiba
5 Honda Giken 2 – 2 Mitsubishi Motors
Honda won 4 – 3 on penalties
7 Kawasaki Steel 1 – 2 Nissan Motors

Semifinals

Tie noHome teamScoreAway team
1 Yomiuri Club 1 – 0 Toshiba
5 Honda Giken 1 – 1 Nissan Motors
Nissan won 2 – 4 on penalties

Final

Yomiuri Club 1 –4 (AET) Nissan Motors

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