1998 Japanese Super Cup

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1998 Japanese Super Cup
DateMarch 14, 1998
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance35,208
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1998 Japanese Super Cup was the Japanese Super Cup competition. The match was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on March 14, 1998. Kashima Antlers won the championship. [1]

Match details

Júbilo Iwata 1-2 Kashima Antlers
National Stadium
Attendance: 35,208

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References

  1. J.League (in Japanese)