1997 Japanese Super Cup

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1997 Japanese Super Cup
DateMarch 5, 1997
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance28,920
1996
1998

1997 Japanese Super Cup was the Japanese Super Cup competition. The match was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on March 5, 1997. Kashima Antlers won the championship. [1]

Match details

Kashima Antlers 3-2 Verdy Kawasaki
National Stadium
Attendance: 28,920

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References

  1. J.League (in Japanese)