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|Number of teams||48|
|Current champions||Yamanashi Gakuin (2020)|
|Television broadcasters||NTV, and 43 commercial broadcasters|
|2020 All Japan High School Soccer Tournament|
The All Japan High School Soccer Tournament (全国高等学校サッカー選手権大会, zenkoku kōtō gakkō sakka senshuken taikai) of Japan, commonly known as "Winter Kokuritsu" (冬の国立 Fuyu no Kokuritsu), is an annual nationwide high school association football tournament. It is the largest scale amateur sport event in Japan, even as soccer continues to gain more attention.
The tournament, organized by the Japan Football Association, All Japan High School Athletic Federation and Nippon Television, takes place during the winter school vacation period, culminating in a two-week final tournament stage with 48 teams in December to January at National Capital Region side.
|Season||Winner||Score||Runners–up||Participating famous players|
|1917||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||1-0||Osaka Meisei|
|1918||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||5-1||Osaka Meisei|
|1919||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||4-1||Himeji Shihan|
|1920||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||3-0||Himeji Shihan|
|1921||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||0-0|
|1922||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||4-0||Himeji Shihan|
|1923||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||5-1||Kyoto Shihan|
|1924||Kobe Itchū||3-0||Hyogo Mikage Shihan|
|1925||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||1-0||Hiroshima Itchū|
|1927||Soongsil (Korea)||6-1||Hiroshima Itchū|
|1928||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||6-5 aet||Pyongyang Kōshin (Korea)|
|1929||Kobe Itchū||3-0||Hiroshima Shihan|
|1930||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||3-2||Hiroshima Itchū|
|1931||Hyogo Mikage Shihan||6-1||Aichi Daiichi Shihan|
|1932||Kobe Itchū||2-1||Aoyama Shihan|
|1933||Gifu Shihan||8-4 aet||Osaka Meisei|
|1934||Kobe Itchū||5-3||Osaka Meisei|
|1935||Kobe Itchū||2-1||Tennoji Shihan|
|1936||Hiroshima Itchū||5-3||Yamanashi Nirasakichū|
|1937||Saitama Shihan||6-2||Kobe Itchū|
|1938||Kobe Itchū||5-0||Shiga Shihan|
|1939||Hiroshima Itchū||3-0||Kyōto Seihō-chū|
|1940||Posung (Korea)||4-0||Kobe Sanchū|
|1946||Kobe Itchū||2-1||Kobe Sanchū|
|1947||Hiroshima Takashi Tsukichū||7-1||Amagasakichū|
|1948||Hiroshima Koijō||2-0||Mie Ueno Kita|
|1949||Osaka Ikeda||2-0||Utsunomiya Kōkkō|
|1950||Utsunomiya Kōkkō||4-0||Odawara Kōkkō|
|1951||Urawa Kokko||1-0||Osaka Mikunigaoka|
|1952||Hiroshima Shūdō||2-1 aet||Yamanashi Nirasaki|
|1953||Hiroshima Higashi Senda|
|1954||Urawa Kōkkō||5-2||Aichi Kariya|
|1955||Urawa Kōkkō||4-1||Ichiritsu Shogyo Akita|
|1956||Urawa Nishi||3-2||Hitachi Daiichi|
|1957||Ichiritsu Shogyo Akita||4-2 aet||Aichi Kariya|
|1958||Kyoto Yamashiro||2-1||Hiroshima University Tsuki|
|1959||Ichiritsu Urawa||1-0||Osaka Myōjō|
|1960||Ichiritsu Urawa||4-0||Iwate Tono|
|1961||Hiroshima Shūdō||2-0||Kyoto Yamashiro|
|1962||Fujieda Higashi Shizuoka||1-0||Ichiritsu Urawa|
|1963||Fujieda Higashi Shizuoka||2-0 aet||Osaka Myōjō|
|1964||Ichiritsu Urawa||3-1||Utsunomiya Gakuen|
|1966||Fujieda Higashi Shizuoka|
Ichiritsu Shogyo Akita
|1968||Ritsumeikan Hatsushiba||1-0||Sanyo Hiroshima|
|1969||Urawa Minami||1-0||Ritsumeikan Hatsushiba|
|1970||Fujieda Higashi Shizuoka||3-1||Hamana Shizuoka|
|1971||Ichiritsu Narashino||2-0||Toyo Ehime|
|1972||Urawa Ichiritsu||2-1 aet||Fujieda Higashi Shizuoka|
|1973||Kansai Hokuyo||2-1||Fujieda Higashi Shizuoka|
|1974||Itabashi Teikyo||3-1||Shimizu Higashi|
|1975||Urawa Minami||2-1||Shizuoka Kogyo|
|1976||Urawa Minami||5-4||Shizuoka Gakuen|
|1977||Itabashi Teikyo||5-0||Yokkaichi Chuo Kogyo||Naoji Ito|
|1978||Ibaraki Furukawa Daiichi||2-1||Muroran Ohtani|
|1979||Itabashi Teikyo||4-0||Yamanashi Nirasaki|
|1980||Ibaraki Furukawa Daiichi||2-1||Shimizu Higashi||Akira Komatsu|
|1981||Saitama Bunan||2-0||Yamanashi Nirasaki||Osamu Taninaka|
|1982||Shimizu Higashi||4-1||Yamanashi Nirasaki|
|1983||Itabashi Teikyo||1-0||Shimizu Higashi|
|1984||Itabashi Teikyo |
Nagasaki Shimabara Shogyo
|1-1 aet||Hiroaki Matsuyama|
|1985||Shimizu Shogyo||2-0||Yokkaichi Chuo Kogyo||Hisashi Kurosaki|
|1986||Shimizu Tokai University Shogyo||2-0||Nagasaki Kunimi||Ademir Santos|
|1987||Nagasaki Kunimi||1-0||Shimizu Tokai University Shogyo|
|1988||Shimizu Shogyo||1-0||Ichiritsu Funabashi|
|1989||Ehime Minamiuwa||2-1||Saitama Bunan||Yoshihiro Nishida|
|1990||Nagasaki Kunimi||1-0 aet||Kagoshima Jitsugyo|
|1991||Itabashi Teikyo |
Yokkaichi Chuo Kogyo
|2-2 aet||Masanobu Matsunami|
|1992||Nagasaki Kunimi||2-0||Kyoto Yamashiro|
|1993||Shimizu Shogyo||2-1||Nagasaki Kunimi||Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, Hidetoshi Nakata|
|1994||Ichiritsu Funabashi||5-0||Itabashi Teikyo||Seigo Narazaki|
|1995||Kagoshima Jitsugyo |
|1996||Ichiritsu Funabashi||2-1||Tōkō Gakuen||Shunsuke Nakamura|
|1997||Higashi Fukuoka||2-1||Itabashi Teikyo||Yasuhito Endō, Koji Nakata|
|1998||Higashi Fukuoka||4-2||Itabashi Teikyo||Keiji Tamada|
|1999||Ichiritsu Funabashi||2-0||Kagoshima Jitsugyo||Daisuke Matsui|
|2000||Nagasaki Kunimi||3-0||Kusatsu Higashi||Marcus Tulio Tanaka, Yoshito Ōkubo|
|2001||Nagasaki Kunimi||3-1||Gifu Kogyo|
|2002||Ichiritsu Funabashi||1-0||Nagasaki Kunimi|
|2003||Nagasaki Kunimi||6-0||Chikuyo Gakuen||Sōta Hirayama|
|2004||Kagoshima Jitsugyo||0-0 aet |
|Ichiritsu Funabashi||Keisuke Honda, Shinji Okazaki|
|2005||Shiga Yasu||2-1 aet||Kagoshima Jitsugyo||Takashi Inui|
|2006||Morioka Shogyo||2-1||Kagoshima Sakuyo||Ryohei Yamazaki|
|2007||Ryutsu Keizai Kashiwa||4-0||Fujieda Higashi||Genki Omae|
|2008||Hiroshima Minami||3-2||Kagoshima Josei||Yuya Osako|
|2009||Yamanashi Gakuin||1-0||Aomori Yamada|
|2010||Takigawa Daini||5-3||Kyoto Kumiyama||Ryo Miyaichi, Gaku Shibasaki|
|2011||Ichiritsu Funabashi||2-1 aet||Yokkaichi Chuo Kogyo||Ryohei Shirasaki, Musashi Suzuki|
|2012||Miyazaki Hōshō||2-2 aet |
|Kyoto Tachibana||Naomichi Ueda, Reo Mochizuki|
|2013||Toyama Daiichi||3-2 aet||Ishikawa Seiryo||Tomoya Koyamatsu|
|2014||Ishikawa Seiryo||4-2 aet||Maebashi Ikuei|
|2015||Higashi Fukuoka||5-0||Kokugakuin Kugayama|
|2016||Aomori Yamada||5-0||Maebashi Ikuei|
|2017||Maebashi Ikuei||1-0||Ryutsu Keizai Kashiwa|
|2018||Aomori Yamada||3-1||Ryutsu Keizai Kashiwa|
|2019||Shizuoka Gakuen||3-2||Aomori Yamada|
|2020||Yamanashi Gakuin||2-2 aet |
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