2017 Japanese Super Cup

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2017 Japanese Super Cup
Date 18 February 2017
Venue Nissan Stadium, Yokohama
Referee Hiroyuki Kimura
Attendance 48,250
Weather 11.7 °C (53.1 °F)
31% humidity

The 2017 Japanese Super Cup was held on 18 February 2017 between the 2016 J1 League and 2016 Emperor's Cup champions Kashima Antlers and the 2016 J1 League runners-up Urawa Red Diamonds.

The Japanese Super Cup or Fuji Xerox Super Cup is an annual one-match football (soccer) competition in Japan organised by J. League and the Japan Football Association (JFA). This competition serves as the season opener and is played between the J. League champions and the Emperor's Cup winners of the previous season. Fuji Xerox have sponsored the competition since its inception in 1994. The match usually played around late February each year.

The 2016 Meiji Yasuda J1 League season was the 51st season of top-flight football in Japan, and the 24th since the establishment of the J.League in 1993.

The 96th Emperor's Cup (第96回天皇杯全日本サッカー選手権大会) was the 2016 edition of the annual Japanese national cup tournament, which was held from 27 August 2016 to its final on 1 January 2017.


Kashima Antlers won the match 3–2; after Yasushi Endo's brace put Kashima 2–0 up before half-time, Urawa came back in the second half with a penalty scored by Shinzo Koroki and the equalizer by Yuki Muto, but a late winner from Yuma Suzuki proved to be the decisive goal.

Yasushi Endo is a Japanese footballer who plays for Kashima Antlers.

Shinzo Koroki Japanese footballer

Shinzo Koroki is a Japanese football player. He is an agile striker who currently plays for J. League side Urawa Red Diamonds.

Yuki Muto is a Japanese football player.


Kashima Antlers 3–2 Urawa Red Diamonds
Endo Soccerball shade.svg 39', 43'
Suzuki Soccerball shade.svg 83'
Report Koroki Soccerball shade.svg 74' (pen.)
Muto Soccerball shade.svg 75'
Nissan Stadium, Yokohama
Attendance: 48,250
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura
Kashima Antlers
GK1 Flag of South Korea.svg Kwoun Sun-tae
RB22 Flag of Japan.svg Daigo Nishi
CB5 Flag of Japan.svg Naomichi Ueda
CB3 Flag of Japan.svg Gen Shoji
LB15 Flag of Japan.svg Yuto Misao Sub off.svg 82'
CM40 Flag of Japan.svg Mitsuo Ogasawara (c)Yellow card.svg 56'
CM4 Flag of Brazil.svg Léo Silva Yellow card.svg 40'Sub off.svg 69'
RM25 Flag of Japan.svg Yasushi Endo
LM8 Flag of Japan.svg Shoma Doi
SS11 Flag of Brazil.svg Pedro Junior
CF33 Flag of Japan.svg Mu Kanazaki Sub off.svg 65'
GK21 Flag of Japan.svg Hitoshi Sogahata
CB16 Flag of Japan.svg Shuto Yamamoto Sub on.svg 82'
RB14 Flag of Japan.svg Koki Machida
DM6 Flag of Japan.svg Ryota Nagaki Sub on.svg 69'
SS11 Flag of Brazil.svg Leandro
CF14 Flag of Japan.svg Takeshi Kanamori
CF9 Flag of Japan.svg Yuma Suzuki Yellow card.svg 90+4'Sub on.svg 65'
Flag of Japan.svg Masatada Ishii
Urawa Red Diamonds
GK1 Flag of Japan.svg Shusaku Nishikawa
CB46 Flag of Japan.svg Ryota Moriwaki
CB6 Flag of Japan.svg Wataru Endo
CB3 Flag of Japan.svg Tomoya Ugajin
RM14 Flag of Japan.svg Yoshiaki Komai Sub off.svg 64'
DM16 Flag of Japan.svg Takuya Aoki Yellow card.svg 24'
DM22 Flag of Japan.svg Yuki Abe (c)
LM38 Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Kikuchi Sub off.svg 64'
AM9 Flag of Japan.svg Yuki Muto
AM20 Flag of Japan.svg Tadanari Lee Sub off.svg 46'
CF21 Flag of Slovenia.svg Zlatan Ljubijankić Yellow card.svg 90+2'
GK25 Flag of Japan.svg Tetsuya Enomoto
CB4 Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Nasu
RM14 Flag of Japan.svg Tadaaki Hirakawa
WB24 Flag of Japan.svg Takahiro Sekine Sub on.svg 64'
CM15 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuki Nagasawa Sub on.svg 64'
AM39 Flag of Japan.svg Shinya Yajima
CF30 Flag of Japan.svg Shinzo Koroki Sub on.svg 46'
Flag of Serbia.svg Mihailo Petrović


StatisticKashima AntlersUrawa Red Diamonds
Goals scored32
Shots on target41
Shots off target48
Corner kicks13
Yellow cards32
Red cards00
Source: [1]

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