2009 J.League Cup Final

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2009 J.League Cup Final
Date November 3, 2009
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
2008
2010

2009 J.League Cup Final was the 17th final of the J.League Cup competition. The final was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on November 3, 2009. FC Tokyo won the championship. [1]

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 J.League Cup is a Japanese football (soccer) competition organized by J.League. It is the oldest professional domestic football competition in Japan. It has been sponsored by Yamazaki Biscuits of Yamazaki Baking since its inception in 1992. It is also known as the J. League YBC Levain Cup or Levain Cup. It was known as the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup or Nabisco Cup until August 2016.

National Stadium (Tokyo) stadium in Tokyo, Japan

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.

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Match details

FC Tokyo 2-0 Kawasaki Frontale
Takuji Yonemoto Soccerball shade.svg 22'
Sota Hirayama Soccerball shade.svg 59'
Report
FC Tokyo
GK20 Flag of Japan.svg Shuichi Gonda
DF33 Flag of Japan.svg Kenta Mukuhara
DF4 Flag of Brazil.svg Bruno Quadros
DF6 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuyuki Konno
DF25 Flag of Japan.svg Yuhei Tokunaga
MF10 Flag of Japan.svg Yohei Kajiyama
MF28 Flag of Japan.svg Takuji Yonemoto
MF40 Flag of Japan.svg Tatsuya Suzuki Sub off.svg 86'
MF22 Flag of Japan.svg Naotake Hanyu Sub off.svg 74'
FW24 Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Akamine Sub off.svg 60'
FW13 Flag of Japan.svg Sota Hirayama
Substitutes:
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Hitoshi Shiota
DF3 Flag of Japan.svg Hideki Sahara Sub on.svg 86'
DF5 Flag of Japan.svg Yuto Nagatomo Sub on.svg 60'
DF8 Flag of Japan.svg Ryuji Fujiyama
DF15 Flag of Japan.svg Daishi Hiramatsu Sub on.svg 74'
MF14 Flag of Japan.svg Hokuto Nakamura
FW32 Flag of Japan.svg Yusuke Kondo
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Hiroshi Jofuku
Kawasaki Frontale
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Eiji Kawashima
DF19 Flag of Japan.svg Yusuke Mori
DF17 Flag of Japan.svg Kosuke Kikuchi
DF2 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroki Ito
DF26 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuhiro Murakami Sub off.svg 70'
MF29 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroyuki Taniguchi
MF18 Flag of Japan.svg Tomonobu Yokoyama Sub off.svg 84'
MF14 Flag of Japan.svg Kengo Nakamura
FW9 Flag of North Korea.svg Chong Te-se
FW10 Flag of Brazil.svg Juninho
FW34 Flag of Brazil.svg Renatinho Sub off.svg 79'
Substitutes:
GK28 Flag of Japan.svg Rikihiro Sugiyama
DF13 Flag of Japan.svg Shuhei Terada
DF4 Flag of Japan.svg Yusuke Igawa
MF6 Flag of Japan.svg Yusuke Tasaka Sub on.svg 70'
MF8 Flag of Japan.svg Satoru Yamagishi
FW23 Flag of Japan.svg Kyohei Noborizato Sub on.svg 84'
FW7 Flag of Japan.svg Masaru Kurotsu Sub on.svg 79'
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Takashi Sekizuka

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