2010 J.League Cup Final

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2010 J.League Cup Final
Date November 3, 2010
Venue National Stadium, Tokyo
2009
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2010 J.League Cup Final was the 18th final of the J.League Cup competition. The final was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on November 3, 2010. Júbilo Iwata won the championship. [1]

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.

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

Júbilo Iwata 5-3 Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Keisuke Funatani Soccerball shade.svg 36'
Ryoichi Maeda Soccerball shade.svg 89', 109'
Minoru Suganuma Soccerball shade.svg 102'
Ryohei Yamazaki Soccerball shade.svg 104'
Report Tadanari Lee Soccerball shade.svg 43'
Satoru Yamagishi Soccerball shade.svg 48'
Tomoaki Makino Soccerball shade.svg 105+3'
Júbilo Iwata
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi
DF23 Flag of Japan.svg Kosuke Yamamoto
DF50 Flag of Japan.svg Masahiro Koga
DF13 Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Gang-jin Sub off.svg 49'
DF20 Flag of Japan.svg Shuto Yamamoto
MF6 Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Nasu
MF27 Flag of Japan.svg Kota Ueda
MF11 Flag of Japan.svg Norihiro Nishi
MF28 Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke Funatani Sub off.svg 60'
FW8 Flag of Brazil.svg Gilsinho Sub off.svg 77'
FW18 Flag of Japan.svg Ryoichi Maeda
Substitutes:
GK21 Flag of Japan.svg Naoki Hatta
DF4 Flag of Japan.svg Kentaro Oi Sub on.svg 49'
DF16 Flag of Japan.svg Jo Kanazawa
MF3 Flag of Japan.svg Ryu Okada
MF15 Flag of Japan.svg Minoru Suganuma Sub on.svg 60'
MF10 Flag of Japan.svg Sho Naruoka
FW25 Flag of Japan.svg Ryohei Yamazaki Sub on.svg 77'
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Masaaki Yanagishita
Sanfrecce Hiroshima
GK21 Flag of Japan.svg Shusaku Nishikawa
DF24 Flag of Japan.svg Ryota Moriwaki
DF35 Flag of Japan.svg Koji Nakajima
DF5 Flag of Japan.svg Tomoaki Makino
MF14 Flag of Croatia.svg Mikic Sub off.svg 78'
MF8 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuyuki Morisaki
MF7 Flag of Japan.svg Koji Morisaki Sub off.svg 55'
MF16 Flag of Japan.svg Satoru Yamagishi
MF15 Flag of Japan.svg Yojiro Takahagi
MF13 Flag of Japan.svg Issei Takayanagi Sub off.svg 46'
FW9 Flag of Japan.svg Tadanari Lee
Substitutes:
GK34 Flag of Japan.svg Hirotsugu Nakabayashi
DF2 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Stoyanov
DF22 Flag of Japan.svg Tsubasa Yokotake Sub on.svg 78'
MF6 Flag of Japan.svg Toshihiro Aoyama Sub on.svg 56'
MF28 Flag of Japan.svg Takuya Marutani
FW33 Flag of Japan.svg Masato Yamazaki Sub on.svg 46'
FW11 Flag of Japan.svg Hisato Sato
Manager:
Flag of Serbia.svg Petrovic

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