|Champions|| Gamba Osaka |
|Top goal scorer(s)||Lucas (8 goals)|
The 89th Emperor's Cup began on September 19, 2009 and ended on January 1, 2010 with the final at National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan. Gamba Osaka won the title for two years in a row. Since Gamba already confirmed 2010 AFC Champions League berth, the last spot of ACL for J.League club is awarded to Sanfrecce Hiroshima, which finished as 4th place of 2009 J.League Division 1.
The Emperor's Cup JFA All-Japan Soccer Championship Tournament, commonly known as The Emperor's Cup or The Emperor's Cup Soccer, is a Japanese association football competition. It has the longest tradition of any football tournament in Japan, dating back to 1921, before the formation of the J.League, Japan Football League and their predecessor, Japan Soccer League. Before World War II, teams could qualify not only from Japan proper but also from Korea, Taiwan, and sometimes Manchukuo. The women's counterpart is the Empress's Cup.
National Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium in Kasumigaoka, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. The stadium served as the main stadium for the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as being the venue for track and field events at the 1964 Summer Olympics. The Japan national football team's home matches and major football club cup finals were held at the stadium. The stadium's official capacity was 57,363, but the real capacity was only 48,000 seats.
Gamba Osaka is a Japanese professional association football club, currently playing in the J1 League. The team's name Gamba comes from the Italian word "gamba" meaning "leg" and the Japanese ganbaru (頑張る), meaning "to do your best" or "to stand firm". Located in Suita, Osaka, the team's home stadium is Suita City Football Stadium.
|Round||Dates||Matches||Clubs||New entries this round|
|First Round||September 19–21||24||48 → 24|
|Second Round||October 10–12||32||24+18+18+4 → 32|
|Third Round||October 31–November 1|
|16||32 → 16|
|Fourth Round||November 14–15||8||16 → 8|
|Quarterfinals||December 12||4||8 → 4|
|Semifinals||December 29||2||4 → 2|
|Final||January 1, 2010||1||2 → 1|
Club Fields Norbritz Hokkaido (クラブフィールズ・ノルブリッツ北海道) is a Japanese football club from Ebetsu, Hokkaido, within the Sapporo metropolitan area. They play in the Hokkaido League, the regionalized fourth level of the Japanese football league system.
Aomori Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Tōhoku region. The capital is the city of Aomori.
Iwate Prefecture is a prefecture in the Tōhoku region of Japan. Located on the main island of Honshu, it contains the island's easternmost point. The capital is Morioka. Iwate has the lowest population density of any prefecture outside Hokkaido. Famous attractions include the Buddhist temples of Hiraizumi, including Chūson-ji and Mōtsū-ji with their treasures, Fujiwara no Sato, a movie lot and theme park in Esashi Ward, Oshu City, Tenshochi, a park in Kitakami City known for its big, old cherry trees and Morioka Castle in Morioka City.
Montedio Yamagata is a professional association football club based in Yamagata Prefecture in Japan. The club plays in J2 League.
Kashima Antlers are a Japanese professional association football club playing in the J1 League with financial backing from the Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal.
Omiya Ardija is a professional association football club based in Ōmiya in Saitama, Japan. Its "hometown" as designated by the league is the whole of Saitama city, which is shared with neighbours Urawa Red Diamonds. Omiya competed in the J1 League following an immediate promotion in 2015 after being relegated in 2014. Omiya was relegated again following the 2017 season. They competed in J1 2005 and continued to remain until 2014, following promotion from J2 in 2004 as the second placed team. The team currently competes in the J2 League.
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Sagawa Shiga Football Club, formerly Sagawa Express Soccer Club, was an amateur Japanese association football club based in Moriyama, Shiga. They were members of the Japan Football League (JFL). The club formed in 2007 from a merger of two Sagawa Express corporation football clubs in JFL; Sagawa Express Tokyo S.C. and Sagawa Express Osaka S.C.. The Tokyo side had been in JFL since 2001 and the Osaka side since 2002. The announcement of the merger was on September 14, 2006 and its base would be moved to Shiga prefecture, the company's corporate base. Blue and silver were their team colours. Their home stadium was the Sagawa Express Moriyama Stadium in Moriyama, Shiga.
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Tokyo Musashino City F.C. are a football (soccer) club based in Musashino City, Tokyo, Japan. They play in the Japan Football League. Their team colour is blue.
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All matches are Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
|Arte Takasaki||3 – 0||F.C. Koun|
| Okoshi |
|Tokai University||1 – 0||Juntendo University|
| Hayasaki ||Report|
|FC Gifu Second||1 – 3||Japan Soccer College|
| Matsue ||Report|| Ueda |
|Arterivo Wakayama||2 – 3||Saga Higashi High School|
| Tamaru |
|Report|| Okamoto |
|Ryutsu Keizai University||5 – 0||F.C. Parafrente Yonezawa|
| Chyan |
|Norbritz Hokkaido||0 – 4||Fukuoka University|
|Report|| Muta |
|Fukuyama University||0 – 1||V-Varen Nagasaki|
|Report|| Kounoya |
|Fukushima United||3 – 3 (a.e.t.)||Shobi University|
| Murase |
|Report|| Yamamoto |
| Kisu Kim |
|3 – 1|
|Mitsubishi Motors Mizushima||1 – 1 (a.e.t.)||Renofa Yamaguchi|
| Yamashita ||Report|| Ono |
| Yamashita |
|6 – 7|
|Kamatamare Sanuki||1 – 0||Tottori Dreams F.C.|
| Sato ||Report|
|TDK SC||1 – 2||Sony Sendai|
| Yokoyama ||Report|| Machida |
|Zweigen Kanazawa||1 – 0 (a.e.t.)||Kwansei Gakuin University|
| Furube ||Report|
|Matsumoto Yamaga||1 – 0||FC Kariya|
| Kakimoto ||Report|
|Mie Chukyo University||0 – 7||Honda FC|
|Report|| Nitta |
|Okinawa Kariyushi FC||4 – 1||Tokushima Vortis Second|
| Sakurada |
|Report|| Sakashi |
|Honda Lock||4 – 0||Kumamoto Gakuen University|
| Harada |
|Ehime FC Shimanami||0 – 4||Kochi University|
|Report|| Kagawa |
|National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya||2 – 0||Hamada F.C. Cosmos|
| Yonamine |
|Nippon Bunri University||1 – 0||New Wave Kitakyushu|
| Sunamoto ||Report|
|Grulla Morioka||2 – 4||Meiji University|
| Nakata ||Report|| Yamada |
|Nara Club||1 – 0||Saurcos Fukui|
| Yabe ||Report|
|Biwako Seikei Sport College||0 – 1||SP Kyoto|
|Report|| Nakai |
|Vertfee Takahara Nasu||4 – 3 (a.e.t.)||Hachinohe University|
| Honda |
|Report|| Imano |
|Kashima Antlers||1 – 0||Arte Takasaki|
| Marquinhos ||Report|
|Ehime FC||2 – 2 (a.e.t.)||Avispa Fukuoka|
| Dodo |
|Report|| Kurobe |
| Tanaka |
|2 – 4|
|Vissel Kobe||5 – 0||Tokai University|
| Mogi |
|Kashiwa Reysol||0 – 0 (a.e.t.)||JEF Reserves|
| Kurisawa |
|4 – 2|
|Sanfrecce Hiroshima||5 – 0||Japan Soccer College|
| Hattori |
|Sagan Tosu||5 – 0||Saga Higashi High School|
| Yamase |
|Gamba Osaka||5 – 2||Ryutsu Keizai University|
| Sasaki |
|Report|| Hosogai |
|Mito HollyHock||2 – 3 (a.e.t.)||Fukuoka University|
| Arata ||Report|| Fujita |
|V-Varen Nagasaki||0 – 4||Yokohama F. Marinos|
|Report|| Sakata |
|Cerezo Osaka||1 – 2||Fukushima United|
| Inui ||Report|| Odagiri |
|Kawasaki Frontale||6 – 1||Renofa Yamaguchi|
| Chong Tese |
|Report|| Kashihara |
|Kataller Toyama||0 – 0 (a.e.t.)||Fagiano Okayama|
| Kamizono |
|4 – 1|
|FC Tokyo||4 – 0||Kamatamare Sanuki|
| Kajiyama |
|Thespa Kusatsu||3 – 1||Sagawa Shiga|
| Sakurada |
|Report|| Yamane |
|Sony Sendai||2 – 4||Omiya Ardija|
| Machida |
|Report|| Ichikawa |
|Vegalta Sendai||1 – 0 (a.e.t.)||Zweigen Kanazawa|
| Sekiguchi ||Report|
|Matsumoto Yamaga||2 – 0||Urawa Red Diamonds|
| Kakimoto |
|FC Gifu||1 – 0||Tochigi SC|
| Satō ||Report|
|Oita Trinita||3 – 3 (a.e.t.)||Yokogawa Musashino|
| Takamatsu |
|Report|| Ikegami |
| Ienaga |
|4 – 3|
|JEF United Chiba||3 – 0||Honda FC|
| Maki |
|Nagoya Grampus||4 – 0||Okinawa Kariyushi FC|
| Alex |
|Tokyo Verdy||0 – 1||Honda Lock|
|Report|| Fujita |
|Júbilo Iwata||2 – 0||Kochi University|
| Inuzuka |
|Tokushima Vortis||1 – 3||National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya|
| Kuranuki ||Report|| Momoi |
|Montedio Yamagata||2 – 0||Nippon Bunri University|
| Akahoshi |
|Shonan Bellmare||0 – 1||Meiji University|
|Report|| Mita |
|Nara Club||0 – 3||Albirex Niigata|
|Report|| Everton Santos |
|Roasso Kumamoto||2 – 2 (a.e.t.)||Yokohama FC|
| Yoshii |
|Report|| Yathuda |
| Nishimori |
|2 – 4|
|Shimizu S-Pulse||2 – 0||SP Kyoto|
| Hara |
|Consadole Sapporo||2 – 1||Gainare Tottori|
| Nishijima |
|Report|| Tomiyama |
|Kyoto Sanga||4 – 0||Vertfee Takahara Nasu|
| Hayashi |
|Kashima Antlers||3 – 0||Avispa Fukuoka|
| Koroki |
|Vissel Kobe||1 – 0||Kashiwa Reysol|
| Ōkubo ||Report|
|Sanfrecce Hiroshima||2 – 3||Sagan Tosu|
| Morita |
|Report|| Yamase |
|Gamba Osaka||6 – 1||Fukuoka University|
| Endō |
|Report|| Nagai |
|Yokohama F. Marinos||4 – 1||Fukushima United|
| Watanabe |
|Report|| Tokisaki |
|Kawasaki Frontale||3 – 1||Kataller Toyama|
| Kurotsu |
|Report|| Kawasaki |
|FC Tokyo||3 – 2||Thespa Kusatsu|
| Sahara |
|Report|| Tokura |
|Omiya Ardija||1 – 2 (a.e.t.)||Vegalta Sendai|
| Neretljak ||Report|| Nakashima |
|Matsumoto Yamaga||1 – 4||FC Gifu|
| Kobayashi ||Report|| Yoshimoto |
|Oita Trinita||2 – 3||JEF United Chiba|
| Kanazaki ||Report|| Kudo |
|Nagoya Grampus||2 – 0||Honda Lock|
| Yoshimura ||Report|
|Júbilo Iwata||3 – 1 (a.e.t.)||National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya|
| Nasu |
|Report|| Nakasuji |
|Montedio Yamagata||0 – 3||Meiji University|
|Report|| Mita |
|Albirex Niigata||3 – 1||Yokohama FC|
| Matsuo |
|Report|| Namba |
|Shimizu S-Pulse||2 – 0||Consadole Sapporo|
| Nagai ||Report|
|Kashima Antlers||2 – 1||Vissel Kobe|
| Nozawa |
|Report|| Ishibitsu |
|Sagan Tosu||1 – 3||Gamba Osaka|
| Havenaar ||Report|| Lucas |
|Yokohama F. Marinos||1 – 2||Kawasaki Frontale|
| Yamase ||Report|| Juninho |
|FC Tokyo||0 – 3||Vegalta Sendai|
|Report|| Nakahara |
|FC Gifu||1 – 0||JEF United Chiba|
| Yoshimoto ||Report|
|Nagoya Grampus||3 – 1||Júbilo Iwata|
| Yoshimura |
|Report|| Cullen |
|Meiji University||1 – 3||Albirex Niigata|
| Yamamoto ||Report|| Oshima |
|Kashima Antlers||1 – 2||Gamba Osaka|
| Tashiro ||Report|| Yamazaki |
|Vegalta Sendai||2 – 1 (a.e.t.)||Kawasaki Frontale|
| Nakashima |
|Report|| Murakami |
|Nagoya Grampus||3 – 0||FC Gifu|
| Kennedy ||Report|
|Gamba Osaka||2 – 1||Vegalta Sendai|
| Lucas ||Report|| Nakahara |
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The 87th Emperor's Cup has been held between September 16, 2007 and January 1, 2008. It was won by Kashima Antlers.
The 86th Emperor's Cup had been held between September 17, 2006 and January 1, 2007. The previous season's winners Urawa Red Diamonds defended the Cup and completed the league-cup double.
The 88th Emperor's Cup began on September 13, 2008 and ended on January 1, 2009 with the final at National Stadium in Tokyo. As the champion, Gamba Osaka participated in 2009 AFC Champions League.
The 2009 J.League Cup, more widely known as the 2009 Nabisco Cup, is the 34th edition of Japan soccer league cup tournament and the 17th edition under the current J.League Cup format. The championship started on March 25, 2009 and ended on November 3, with F.C. Tokyo defeating Kawasaki Frontale 2-0 in the Final. They qualified for the 2010 Suruga Bank Championship.
The 2010 J. League Cup, more widely known as the 2010 Nabisco Cup, was the 35th edition of the most prestigious Japanese soccer league cup tournament and the 18th edition under the current J. League Cup format. It began on 31 March 2010 with the first matches of the group stage and ended on 3 November 2010 with the Final at National Olympic Stadium, Tokyo.
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The 91st Emperor's Cup (第91回天皇杯) was a regular edition of an annual Japanese national cup tournament. It started on 3 September 2011 and ended on 1 January 2012 with the final at National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, won by FC Tokyo 4–2 against Kyoto Sanga.
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