2021 Emperor's Cup

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2021 Emperor's Cup
CountryJapan
Dates22 May 2021 – TBD
Teams90
Matches played91
Goals scored126 (1.38 per match)
2020
2022
All statistics correct as of 9 June 2021.

The 2021 Emperor's Cup (Emperor's Cup JFA 101th Japan Football Championship (Japanese: 天皇杯 JFA 第101回全日本サッカー選手権大会)) is the 101st annual Japanese national football cup tournament, scheduled to begin on 22 May 2021.

Contents

Following the compressed format of the 2020 tournament, the 2021 Emperor's Cup was restored to its usual format, featuring 90 teams representing prefectural football associations as well as the J1 and J2 Leagues. Verspah Oita was also awarded a seeded entry as the JFA's annually designated amateur club.

Kawasaki Frontale are the defending champions.

Calendar

The schedule was announced on 2 April 2021. [1]

RoundDate (backup date)MatchesClubsNew entries this round
First Round 22-23 May (24 May)2652 → 26
Second Round 9 June (16 June)3226 + 20 + 18 → 32
Third Round 7 July (14 July)1632 → 16
Fourth Round 18 Aug (13 Oct)816 → 8
Quarter-finals TBD48 → 4
Semi-finals TBD24 → 2
Final TBD12 → 1

Participating clubs

90 clubs will compete in the tournament. The representatives for the prefectures of Tottori and Kumamoto had to be determined by the local FAs after COVID-19 countermeasures made it impossible to continue the prefectural qualification tournaments. [2] [3]

2021 J1 League
all clubs join in the second round
2021 J2 League
18 / 22 clubs join in the 2nd round, 4 clubs join in the 1st round
Amateur Best Team47 prefectural tournament winners

Entering in the first round:

Entering in the second round:

Note

  1. ^
    Original prefecture winners Yamanashi Gakuin University Pegasus were disqualified after fielding ineligible players during the final against Nirasaki Astros. [4]
  2. ^
    Despite recruiting their players from the respective universities, Niigata University of Health and Welfare FC, and FC Hokuriku (both Hokushinetsu Football League) are independent teams competing in men's leagues sanctioned by the Japan Football Association and serve as de facto reserve teams feeding into their respective schools' senior squads, which compete in the university football leagues of Japan.

Bracket

Source:Tournament table (Official website in Japanese)

First round

The match between Tochigi City and the representatives of Yamanashi Prefecture, originally intended to be Yamanashi Gakuin University Pegasus and scheduled for 22 May, was postponed the day before by the Japan Football Association after Pegasus fielded an ineligible cup-tied player in the Yamanashi Prefecture Cup final. [5] Note that Pegasus operates functionally as YGU's second team and competed in the Yamanashi tournament alongside the YGU third team, known as Orions; the first team YGU Braves also competed in Emperor's Cup qualifiers in Tokyo Metropolis. Subsequent to an investigation, the JFA decided on 24 May that YGU Pegasus would be disqualified and awarded their spot to Nirasaki Astros, their opponents in the Yamanashi final. [4]

Also postponed was the match between Tonan Maebashi and Juntendo University after an individual affiliated with Juntendo tested positive for COVID-19. [6] The match was eventually rescheduled for 5 June. [7]

22 May 20211 AC Nagano Parceiro 3–1 (a.e.t.) Niigata University of Health and Welfare FC Minami Nagano Sports Park Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
23 May 20211 Fukuyama City FC  [ ja ]2–1 Matsue City FC Edion Stadium Hiroshima No. 1 Field  [ ja ]
13:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 0 [8]
Referee: Kakuro Hori
23 May 20211 Iwate Grulla Morioka 13–0 Oyama S.C.  [ ja ] Iwagin Stadium
13:00 JST
Report Attendance: 220
Referee: Tomoyuki Umeda
22 May 20211 Arterivo Wakayama 3–3 (a.e.t.)
(4-5 p)
Ococias Kyoto AC Kimiidera Athletic Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
Penalties
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Hiraishi Soccerball shad check.svg
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22 May 20211 Renofa Yamaguchi 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(2-4 p)
Verspah Oita Ishin Me-Life Stadium
15:00 JST
Report
Referee: Tatsuya Sakai
Penalties
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22 May 20211 FC Gifu 0–2 Honda FC Gifu Nagaragawa Meadow
13:00 JST Report
Attendance: 0 [8]
Referee: Shingo Kuniyoshi
23 May 20211 Blaublitz Akita 1–1
(8-9 p)
Hokkaido Tokachi Sky Earth Soyu Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 534
Referee: Keisuke Nobori
Penalties
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Sato Soccerball shad check.svg
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23 May 20211 Gainare Tottori 4–1 FC Tokushima  [ ja ] Axis Bird Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 0 [8]
Referee: Hiroki Tani
22 May 20211 Roasso Kumamoto 3–0 Nippon Bunri University Kumamoto
11:00 JST
Report Stadium: Egao Kenko Stadium
Attendance: 0 [8]
Referee: Akinori Matsuo
23 May 20211 Kagoshima United FC 4–0 MD Nagasaki  [ ja ] Osako Yuya Stadium
13:00 JST
Report Attendance: 0 [8]
Referee: Kazuya Miyahara
22 May 20211 Ryutsu Keizai University 2–3 YSCC Yokohama Hitachinaka, Ibaraki
13:00 JST
Report
Stadium: Hitachinaka City Stadium
Attendance: 335
Referee: Koki Yasukawa
22 May 20211 Iwaki FC 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(2-4 p)
Sony Sendai FC Iwaki Greenfield Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
Penalties
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Ishigami Soccerball shad check.svg
Sato Soccerball shad check.svg
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Ogihara  [ ja ]Soccerball shad check.svg
23 May 20211 Fukuoka University 1–3 (a.e.t.) Okinawa SV Best Denki Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 282
Referee: Shinya Sasaki
23 May 20211 Biwako Seikei Sport College 0–2 Kwansei Gakuin University Nunobiki Green Stadium
13:00 JST Report
Attendance: 242
Referee: Yasuyuki Matsumoto
23 May 20211 Vanraure Hachinohe 13–0 Saruta Kōgyō S.C.  [ ja ] Prifoods Stadium
13:00 JST
Report Attendance: 379
Referee: Kei Suzuki
23 May 20211 Porvenir Asuka  [ ja ]0–2 F.C. Osaka Konoike Athletic Stadium
13:00 JST Report
Attendance: 410
Referee: Koji Takahashi  [ ja ]
26 May 2021 [4] 1 Tochigi City FC 9–0 Nirasaki Astros  [ ja ] Tochigi Green Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 266
Referee: Taku Nagaya  [ ja ]
22 May 20211 Ehime FC 1–2 FC Imabari Matsuyama, Ehime
12:00 JST
Report
Stadium: Ningineer Stadium
Attendance: 1,552
Referee: Yoshimi Yamashita
23 May 20211 Kataller Toyama 8–0 FC Hokuriku Takaoka Sports Core
13:00 JST
Report Attendance: 843
Referee: Masakazu Sato  [ ja ]
22 May 20211 SC Sagamihara 3–1 Komazawa University Hiratsuka
13:00 JST
Report
Stadium: Lemon Gas Stadium Hiratsuka
Attendance: 614
Referee: Kazuyoshi Karashima
22 May 20211 Mitsubishi Mizushima FC 3–2 FC Baleine Shimonoseki  [ ja ] Okayama
13:00 JST
Report
Stadium: City Light Stadium
Attendance: 0 [9]
Referee: Yoshihito Hori
23 May 20211 Suzuka Point Getters 2–1 FC Kariya Mie Sports Garden
13:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 0 [8]
Referee: Kenji Wakamiya
23 May 20211 Kochi United SC 1–0 Kamatamare Sanuki Sukumo City Athletics Stadium
14:00 JST
Report Attendance: 465
Referee: Yusuke Ohashi  [ 大橋侑祐 ]
5 June 2021 [7] 1 Tonan Maebashi 1–6 Juntendo University Maebashi
13:00 JST
Report
Stadium: Gunma Shikishima Football Stadium
Attendance: 470
Referee: Yoshihito Ito  [ ja ]
22 May 20211 Honda Lock SC 5–0 Kawasoe Club  [ ja ] Shintomi, Miyazaki
13:00 JST
Report Stadium: Unilever Stadium Shintomi
Attendance: 0 [9]
Referee: Toshiki Tomomasa
23 May 20211 Fukui United FC 2–1 Aventura Kawaguchi  [ ja ] Technoport Fukui Stadium
13:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 358
Referee: Kenya Ohara

Second round

9 June 20212 Kawasaki Frontale 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4-3 p)
AC Nagano Parceiro Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 4,508
Referee: Keigo Sendachi
Penalties
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9 June 20212 JEF United Chiba 1–0 Omiya Ardija Fukuda Denshi Arena
18:00 JST Report Attendance: 1,635
Referee: Ryosuke Yamaoka
9 June 20212 Shimizu S-Pulse 1–0 Fukuyama City FC  [ ja ] IAI Stadium Nihondaira
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,831
Referee: Tetsuro Yoshida
9 June 20212 Vegalta Sendai 0–1 Iwate Grulla Morioka Yurtec Stadium Sendai
19:00 JST Report Attendance: 2,551
Referee: Shoichiro Mikami
16 June 20212 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1–5 Ococias Kyoto AC Edion Stadium Hiroshima
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,114
Referee: Tetsuro Yoshida
9 June 20212 Montedio Yamagata 1–2 Verspah Oita ND Soft Stadium
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,809
Referee: Toru Kakinuma  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Yokohama F. Marinos 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3-5 p)
Honda FC NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 2,804
Referee: Hirokazu Otsubo
Penalties
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9 June 20212 Júbilo Iwata 3–0 Hokkaido Tokachi Sky Earth Yamaha Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,905
Referee: Akihiko Ikeuchi  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Cerezo Osaka 2–0 Gainare Tottori Yodoko Sakura Stadium
18:00 JST
Report Attendance: 0 [10]
Referee: Hajime Matsuo  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Albirex Niigata 4–1 Zweigen Kanazawa Denka Big Swan Stadium
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 3,896
Referee: Yu Fujita
9 June 20212 Sagan Tosu 1–0 Roasso Kumamoto Ekimae Real Estate Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 3,390
Referee: Dai Matsumoto
9 June 20212 Avispa Fukuoka 6–0 Kagoshima United FC Best Denki Stadium
18:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,224
Referee: Hiromichi Oka  [ ja ]
16 June 20212 Kashima Antlers 8–1 YSCC Yokohama Kashima Soccer Stadium
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: Yudai Yamamoto
Referee: 2,458
9 June 20212 Tochigi SC 2–0 FC Machida Zelvia Tochigi Green Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 837
Referee: Koki Nagamine
9 June 20212 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 5–3 Sony Sendai FC Sapporo Atsubetsu Stadium
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,637
Referee: Nobutsugu Murakami  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 V-Varen Nagasaki 2–0 Okinawa SV Transcosmos Stadium Nagasaki
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,884
Referee: Yusuke Ohashi
16 June 20212 Gamba Osaka 3–1 Kwansei Gakuin University Panasonic Stadium Suita
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 4,031
Referee: Ryo Tanimoto
9 June 20212 Matsumoto Yamaga FC 1–0 FC Ryukyu Sunpro Alwin
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 2,241
Referee: Tomokazu Sato
16 June 20212 Yokohama FC 1–2 Vanraure Hachinohe NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,075
Referee: Shu Kawamata
9 June 20212 Shonan Bellmare 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(4-3 p)
F.C. Osaka Lemon Gas Stadium Hiratsuka
19:00 JST Report Attendance: 1,385
Referee: Masaki Tsuruoka
Penalties
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9 June 20212 Kashiwa Reysol 3–0 Tochigi City FC Sankyo Frontier Kashiwa Stadium
18:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,597
Referee: Naoto Uehara
9 June 20212 Kyoto Sanga FC 3–1 FC Imabari Takebishi Stadium Kyoto
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,507
Referee: Toshihiro Nakai
9 June 20212 Urawa Reds 1–0 Kataller Toyama Urawa Komaba Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 4,269
Referee: Hiroki Kasahara  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Giravanz Kitakyushu 0–1 SC Sagamihara Mikuni World Stadium Kitakyushu
18:00 JST Report
Attendance: 837
Referee: Yuki Noda
9 June 20212 Nagoya Grampus 5–0 Mitsubishi Mizushima FC Gifu Nagaragawa Stadium
18:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,886
Referee: Masuya Ueda
16 June 20212 Tokyo Verdy 0–1 Fagiano Okayama Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka
18:00 JST Report
Attendance: 1,016
Referee: Yoshimi Yamashita
16 June 20212 Vissel Kobe 4–0 Suzuka Point Getters Noevir Stadium Kobe
18:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,938
Referee: Reo Tanaka  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Tokushima Vortis 2–1 Kochi United SC Pocarisweat Stadium
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,395
Referee: Koei Koya
9 June 20212 FC Tokyo 1–2 (a.e.t.) Juntendo University Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,682
Referee: Takuto Okabe  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Mito HollyHock 0–3 Thespakusatsu Gunma Kashima Soccer Stadium
19:00 JST Report
Attendance: 907
Referee: Reo Tanaka  [ ja ]
9 June 20212 Oita Trinita 3–2 (a.e.t.) Honda Lock SC Showa Denko Dome Oita
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,613
Referee: Takao Nishiyama
9 June 20212 Ventforet Kofu 1–2 Fukui United FC JIT Recycle Ink Stadium
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,381
Referee: Tatsuya Sakai

Third round

The third round schedule was announced on 17 June 2021. [12]

21 July 20213 Kawasaki Frontale 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4-3 p)
JEF United Chiba Fukuda Denshi Arena
18:00 JST
Report
Referee: Hayato Shimizu  [ ja ]
Penalties
7 July 20213 Shimizu S-Pulse 2–1 Iwate Grulla Morioka Iwagin Stadium
18:30 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,976
Referee: Koei Koya
7 July 20213 Ococias Kyoto AC 1–3 Verspah Oita Showa Denko Dome Oita
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 458
Referee: Reo Tanaka  [ ja ]
7 July 20213 Honda FC 1–4 Júbilo Iwata Yamaha Stadium
18:30 JST
Report
Attendance: 4,794
Referee: Masaaki Iemoto
4 August 20213 Cerezo Osaka Albirex Niigata Yodoko Sakura Stadium
18:00 JST Report
7 July 20213 Sagan Tosu 1–0 Avispa Fukuoka Ekimae Real Estate Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 5,303
Referee: Shinji Murakami  [ ja ]
7 July 20213 Kashima Antlers 3–0 Tochigi SC Kanseki Stadium Tochigi
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 4,442
Referee: Jumpei Iida
7 July 20213 Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo 1–2 V-Varen Nagasaki Transcosmos Stadium Nagasaki
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 2,565
Referee: Hiroki Kasahara  [ ja ]
18 August 20213 Gamba Osaka Matsumoto Yamaga FC Panasonic Stadium Suita
18:00 JST Report
7 July 20213 Vanraure Hachinohe 1–2 (a.e.t.) Shonan Bellmare Lemon Gas Stadium Hiratsuka
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,452
Referee: Shoichiro Mikami
7 July 20213 Kashiwa Reysol 1–2 Kyoto Sanga FC Sankyo Frontier Kashiwa Stadium
18:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 1,907
Referee: Tomohiro Inoue
7 July 20213 Urawa Reds 1–0 SC Sagamihara Urawa Komaba Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 4,528
Referee: Takafumi Mikuriya
TBA [lower-alpha 1] 3 Nagoya Grampus 0 – 0
in progress
Fagiano Okayama Nagoya Minato Stadium
18:00 JST Report
7 July 20213 Vissel Kobe 1–0 Tokushima Vortis Noevir Stadium Kobe
18:00 JST
Report Attendance: 2,836
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura  [ ja ]
7 July 20213 Juntendo University 2–3 (a.e.t.) Thespakusatsu Gunma Shoda Shoyu Stadium Gunma
19:00 JST
Report
Attendance: 699
Referee: Yuichi Nishimura
7 July 20213 Oita Trinita 2–0 Fukui United FC Technoport Fukui Stadium
19:00 JST
Report Attendance: 1,421
Referee: Koichiro Fukushima  [ ja ]
  1. Game was originally scheduled for 14 July, but postponed at half-time due to inclement weather

Fourth round

18 August 20214 Kawasaki Frontale Shimizu S-Pulse Shizuoka
19:00 JST Stadium: IAI Stadium Nihondaira
18 August 20214 Verspah Oita Júbilo Iwata Showa Denko Dome Oita
19:00 JST
18 August 20214 Winner of Match 63 Sagan Tosu
18:00 JST
18 August 20214 Kashima Antlers V-Varen Nagasaki Transcosmos Stadium Nagasaki
19:00 JST
TBD4 Winner of Match 67 Shonan Bellmare TBD
TBD JST
18 August 20214 Kyoto Sanga FC Urawa Reds Takebishi Stadium Kyoto
18:00 JST
18 August 20214 Winner of Match 71 Vissel Kobe TBD
TBD JST
18 August 20214 Thespakusatsu Gunma Oita Trinita Shoda Shoyu Stadium Gunma
18:00 JST

Quarter-finals

A draw will take place to determine the matchups of the quarterfinal stage.

Semi-finals

Final

See also

League
Cup(s)

Notes

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