2005 Emperor's Cup

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2005 Emperor's Cup
CountryFlag of Japan.svg Japan
Champions Urawa Red Diamonds
(5th title)
Runners-up Shimizu S-Pulse
Matches played79

The 85th Emperor's Cup was held between September 17, 2005 and January 1, 2006. The tournament was won by Urawa Red Diamonds. The J.League Division 2 clubs qualified automatically to the third round, while the J.League Division 1 clubs qualified automatically to the fourth round.



First RoundSeptember 172040→20
Second RoundSeptember 191420+8→14
Third RoundOctober 91414+13+1→14
Fourth RoundNovember 3 & November 91614+18→16
Fifth RoundDecember 10 & December 17816→8
QuarterfinalsDecember 2448→4
SemifinalsDecember 2924→2
FinalJanuary 1, 200612→1


First Round

Match No.Home TeamScoreAway Team
1 TDK S.C. 1–3 Ehime F.C.
2 Kyusyu INAX F.C. 2–1 Kashiwa Reysol Youth
3 Hitachi Tochigi Uva 1–2 Ain Food S.C.
4 M.H.I. Nagasaki 4–3 Hatsushiba Hashimoto H.S.
5 Maruoka H.S. 0–3 Sagawa Express Chugoku S.C.
6 Biwako Seikei S.C. 2–1 Oita Trinita Youth
7 F.C. Central Chugoku 3–1 Japan Soccer College
8 Grulla Morioka 2–4 Sagawa Printing S.C.
9 Mie Chukyo University 4–0 Yamagata Chuo H.S.
10 Hachinohe University 2–6 Honda Lock S.C.
11 Rosso Kumamoto 1–2 (a.e.t.) Mitsubishi M. Mizushima F.C.
12 Banditonce Kobe 1–0 F.C. Antelope
13 Takada F.C. 2–0 Takamatsu FC
14 F.C. Ryukyu 5–2 Tokuyama University
15 S.C. Tottori 1–0 N.I.F.S.
16 Alo's Hokuriku 4–2 Kansai University
17 Kochi University 0–5 F.C. Horikoshi
18 F.C. Primeiro 2–1 Kanazawa S.C.
19 Chukyo H.S. 1–3 Sanyo Electric S.C.
20 Sapporo University 2–0 Nirasaki Astros

Second Round

Match No.Home TeamScoreAway Team
21 Ehime F.C. 5–1 Kyusyu INAX F.C.
22 Ain Food S.C. 4–1 M.H.I. Nagasaki
23 Sagawa Express Chugoku S.C. 0–3 Biwako Seikei S.C.
24 F.C. Central Chugoku 0–5 Sagawa Printing S.C.
25 Mie Chukyo University 1–2 Honda Lock S.C.
26 Mitsubishi M. Mizushima F.C. 2–0 (a.e.t.) Banditonce Kobe S.C.
27 Takada F.C. 1–6 Fukuoka University
28 F.C. Ryukyu 1–0 Denso S.C.
29 S.C. Tottori 2–3 Sagawa Express S.C.
30 Alo's Hokuriku 3–1 Hamamatsu University
31 F.C. Horikoshi 2–0 Saitama S.C.
32 F.C. Primeiro 1–4 Tsukuba University
33 Sanyo Electric S.C. 1–0 Tokai University
34 Sapporo University 0–1 Sendai University

Third Round

Match No.Home TeamScoreAway Team
35 Thespa Kusatsu 3–2 Ehime F.C.
36 Mito HollyHock 9–0 Ain Food S.C.
37 Ventforet Kofu 1–0 Biwako Seikei S.C.
38 Avispa Fukuoka 1–0 Sagawa Printing S.C.
39 Tochigi S.C. 0–1 Honda Lock S.C.
40 Montedio Yamagata 3–0 Mitsubishi M. Mizushima F.C.
41 Honda F.C. 3–1 Fukuoka University
42 Kyoto Purple Sanga 3–0 F.C. Ryukyu
43 Consadole Sapporo 0–2 Sagawa Express S.C.
44 Shonan Bellmare 1–2 Alo's Hokuriku
45 Yokohama FC 1–0 F.C. Horikoshi
46 Sagan Tosu 1–0 Tsukuba University
47 Tokushima Vortis 7–0 Sanyo Electric S.C.
48 Vegalta Sendai 2–2 (a.e.t.)
Sendai University

Fourth Round

Match No.Home TeamScoreAway Team
49 Kashima Antlers 7–0 Honda Lock S.C.
50 Oita Trinita 3–2 Tokyo Verdy 1969
51 Nagoya Grampus Eight 1–0 Alo's Hokuriku
52 Omiya Ardija 1–0 Kyoto Purple Sanga
53 Urawa Red Diamonds 2–1 Montedio Yamagata
54 FC Tokyo 2–0 Avispa Fukuoka
55 Yokohama F. Marinos 4–0 Vegalta Sendai
56 Kawasaki Frontale 5–1 Sagawa Express S.C.
57 Kashiwa Reysol 2–2 (a.e.t.)
Vissel Kobe
58 Cerezo Osaka 1–1 (a.e.t.)
Honda F.C.
59 Júbilo Iwata 4–0 Sagan Tosu
60 Albirex Niigata 1–0 Thespa Kusatsu
61 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3–1 Mito HollyHock
62 Shimizu S-Pulse 5–0 Tokushima Vortis
63 Gamba Osaka 3–3 (a.e.t.)
Yokohama FC
64 JEF United Chiba 3–2 (a.e.t.) Ventforet Kofu

Fifth Round

Match No.Home TeamScoreAway Team
65 Kashima Antlers 3–0 Oita Trinita
66 Nagoya Grampus Eight 1–2 (a.e.t.) Omiya Ardija
67 Urawa Red Diamonds 2–0 FC Tokyo
68 Yokohama F. Marinos 2–3 (a.e.t.) Kawasaki Frontale
69 JEF United Chiba 2–5 Cerezo Osaka
70 Júbilo Iwata 2–1 Albirex Niigata
71 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 0–3 Shimizu S-Pulse
72 Gamba Osaka 5–3 Kashiwa Reysol


Match No.Home TeamScoreAway Team
73 Kashima Antlers 0–1 Omiya Ardija
74 Urawa Red Diamonds 2–0 Kawasaki Frontale
75 Gamba Osaka 1–3 Cerezo Osaka
76 Júbilo Iwata 0–1 Shimizu S-Pulse


Urawa Red Diamonds 4 – 2 (a.e.t.) Omiya Ardija
Marić Soccerball shade.svg 23'
Hasebe Soccerball shade.svg 62', Soccerball shade.svg 102'
Yamada Soccerball shade.svg 95'
Kataoka Soccerball shade.svg 26'
Tomita Soccerball shade.svg 89'
Tokyo National Stadium
Attendance: 31,441

Shimizu S-Pulse 1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Cerezo Osaka
Cho Jae-Jin Soccerball shade.svg 101'
Shizuoka Stadium
Attendance: 11,270


Urawa Red Diamonds 2 – 1 Shimizu S-Pulse
Horinouchi Soccerball shade.svg 39'
Marić Soccerball shade.svg 73'
Ichikawa Soccerball shade.svg 76'
Tokyo National Stadium
Attendance: 51,536
Referee: Toru Kamikawa

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