2011 J.League Cup Final

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2011 J. League Cup
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Date29 October 2011
Venue Tokyo National Stadium, Tokyo
Referee Minoru Tojo
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The 2011 J. League Cup Final was the 20th final of the J. League Cup competition. The final was played at Tokyo National Stadium in Tokyo on 29 October 2011. The match was contested between the Urawa Red Diamonds who were defeated by the Kashima Antlers in extra time.

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Route to the final

Match

Urawa Red Diamonds 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) Kashima Antlers
Report Osako Soccerball shade.svg 105'
Tokyo National Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 46,599 [1]
Referee: Minoru Tojo
URAWA RED DIAMONDS:
GK18 Nobuhiro Kato
DF6 Nobuhisa Yamada Sub off.svg 107'
DF26 Mizuki Hamada
DF17 Mitsuru Nagata
DF14 Tadaaki Hirakawa
MF13 Keita Suzuki Sub off.svg 91'
MF7 Tsukasa Umesaki Yellow card.svg 12',Sub off.svg 76'
MF22 Naoki Yamada Yellow card.svg 47' Yellow-red card.svg 50'
MF8 Yosuke Kashiwagi
MF24 Genki Haraguchi
FW15 Sergio Escudero
Substitutes:
GK1 Norihiro Yamagishi
DF2 Keisuke Tsuboi Sub on.svg 107'
DF4 Matthew Špiranović
DF28 Takuya Okamoto
MF5 Shunki Takahashi Yellow card.svg 99',Sub on.svg 76'
MF27 Shuto Kojima Sub on.svg 91'
FW31 Ranko Despotović
Manager:
Takafumi Hori
KASHIMA ANTLERS:
GK21 Hitoshi Sogahata Yellow card.svg 120+1'
DF7 Toru Araiba
DF15 Takeshi Aoki Yellow card.svg 43' Yellow-red card.svg 80'
DF6 Koji Nakata
DF5 Alex Yellow card.svg 31'Sub off.svg 76'
MF20 Gaku Shibasaki
MF40 Mitsuo Ogasawara Sub off.svg 91'
MF8 Takuya Nozawa
MF25 Yasushi Endo Sub off.svg 63'
FW9 Yuya Osako
FW13 Shinzo Koroki
Substitutes:
GK1 Tetsu Sugiyama
DF22 Daigo Nishi
DF23 Gen Shoji
MF10 Masashi Motoyama
MF11 Fellype Gabriel Sub on.svg 76'
MF14 Chikashi Masuda Sub on.svg 91'
FW30 Yuzo Tashiro Sub on.svg 63'
Manager:
Oswaldo de Oliveira

Assistant referees:
Haruhiro Otsuka
Tadaomi Aiba Match Rules

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