2014 J.League Cup Final

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2014 J.League Cup Final
DateNovember 8, 2014
Venue Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama
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2014 J.League Cup Final was the 22nd final of the J.League Cup competition. The final was played at Saitama Stadium 2002 in Saitama on November 8, 2014. Gamba Osaka won the championship. [1]

The 2014 J.League Cup, also known as the 2014 Yamazaki Nabisco Cup for sponsoring purposes, is the 39th edition of the most prestigious Japanese soccer league cup tournament and the 22nd edition under the current J.League Cup format.

J.League Cup

The J.League Cup is a Japanese football (soccer) competition organized by J.League. 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 J.League Yamazaki Nabisco Cup or Nabisco Cup until August 2016.

Saitama Stadium 2002 football stadium

Saitama Stadium 2002, often called Saitama Stadium or simply Saisuta (埼スタ), is a football stadium located in Midori-ku, Saitama, Saitama Prefecture, Japan.

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Match details

Gamba Osaka 3-2 Sanfrecce Hiroshima
Patric Soccerball shade.svg 38', 54'
Kotaro Omori Soccerball shade.svg 71'
Report Hisato Sato Soccerball shade.svg 20', 35'
Gamba Osaka
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Masaaki Higashiguchi
DF14 Flag of Japan.svg Koki Yonekura
DF5 Flag of Japan.svg Daiki Niwa
DF8 Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke Iwashita
DF22 Flag of South Korea.svg Oh Jae-suk
MF17 Flag of Japan.svg Tomokazu Myojin Sub off.svg 46'
MF15 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuyuki Konno
MF13 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroyuki Abe Sub off.svg 90+3'
MF7 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuhito Endo
FW39 Flag of Japan.svg Takashi Usami Sub off.svg 84'
FW29 Flag of Brazil.svg Patric
Substitutes:
GK16 Flag of Japan.svg Kohei Kawata
DF4 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroki Fujiharu
DF6 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Jung-ya
MF11 Flag of Japan.svg Shu Kurata Sub on.svg 90+3'
MF19 Flag of Japan.svg Kotaro Omori Sub on.svg 46'
FW9 Flag of Brazil.svg Lins Sub on.svg 84'
FW20 Flag of Japan.svg Akihiro Sato
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Kenta Hasegawa
Sanfrecce Hiroshima
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Takuto Hayashi
DF33 Flag of Japan.svg Tsukasa Shiotani
DF5 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuhiko Chiba
DF4 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroki Mizumoto
MF18 Flag of Japan.svg Yoshifumi Kashiwa
MF6 Flag of Japan.svg Toshihiro Aoyama
MF30 Flag of Japan.svg Kosei Shibasaki Sub off.svg 83'
MF16 Flag of Japan.svg Satoru Yamagishi Sub off.svg 72'
MF9 Flag of Japan.svg Naoki Ishihara
MF10 Flag of Japan.svg Yojiro Takahagi
FW11 Flag of Japan.svg Hisato Sato Sub off.svg 78'
Substitutes:
GK13 Flag of Japan.svg Takuya Masuda
DF2 Flag of South Korea.svg Hwang Seok-ho
MF8 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuyuki Morisaki
MF27 Flag of Japan.svg Kohei Shimizu Sub on.svg 72'
MF7 Flag of Japan.svg Koji Morisaki Sub on.svg 78'
MF24 Flag of Japan.svg Gakuto Notsuda
FW22 Flag of Japan.svg Yusuke Minagawa Sub on.svg 83'
Manager:
Flag of Japan.svg Hajime Moriyasu

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