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The Prince Takamado Cup (高円宮杯全日本ユースサッカー選手権大会, Takamado Nomiya Hai Zen-Nihon Yūsu Sakkā Senshuken Taikai) is an annual Japanese football competition run by the Japan Football Association for under–18 and under-15 sides. The prize is named after Norihito, Prince Takamado, a long time patron of football in Japan.
From 2003 to 2010, the championship was competed as a short-term tournament "Prince Takamado Cup All-Japan Youth (U-18) Football Championship" (Japanese : 高円宮杯全日本ユース（U-18）サッカー選手権大会), where the Prince Leagues (equivalent to regional leagues of Japanese senior football) served as the qualification.
Since 2011, the championship is competed as a year-round league tournament "Prince Takamado Cup U-18 Football League - Premier League" (Japanese : 高円宮杯U-18サッカーリーグ プレミアリーグ) followed by a one-game championship match. The regulation is: 20 teams play in the Premier League. 20 teams are divided into 2 groups of 10 each by their geographical positions, called Premier League East and Premier League West. East and west league winners are to play a championship match at a neutral venue. The 2 bottom teams in each group are to relegate to Prince Leagues, replaced by four Prince League teams winning the promotion play-off. Any under-18 teams (both high school teams and youth club teams) in Japan are eligible for competing in the leagues.
20 teams (2014 season)
East (10 teams) | West (10 teams)
98 teams (2014 season)
Hokkaido (8 teams)
|III+/IV+||46 Prefectural Leagues & 5 Block Leagues of Hokkaido|
Hokkaido: Sapporo block | Dōhoku block (north) | Dōtō block (east) | Dōō block (central) | Dōnan block (south)
|1989||Shimizu Commercial High School||3 - 1||Kunimi High School|
|1990||Shimizu Commercial High School||2 - 0||Narashino High School|
|1991||Tokushima Shiritsu High School||1 - 0||Kunimi High School|
|1992||Fujieda Higashi High School||3 - 1||Yomiuri Nippon S.C.|
|1993||Shimizu Commercial High School||1 - 0||Kagoshima Jitsugyo High School|
|1994||Shimizu Commercial High School||3 - 1||Yomiuri Nippon S.C.|
|1995||Shimizu Commercial High School||5 - 0||Yokohama F. Marinos|
|1996||Kagoshima Jitsugyo High School||5 - 1||Higashi Fukuoka High School|
|1997||Higashi Fukuoka High School||3 - 2||Shimizu Commercial High School|
|1998||Fujieda Higashi High School||3 - 2||Gamba Osaka|
|1999||Júbilo Iwata||4 - 1||Bellmare Hiratsuka|
|2000||Shimizu Commercial High School||3 - 2||Maebashi Commercial High School|
|2001||Kunimi High School||1 - 0||F.C. Tokyo|
|2002||Kunimi High School||4 - 2||Seiryō High School|
|2003||Ichiritsu Funabashi High School||1 - 0||Shizuoka Gakuen High School|
|2004||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||1 - 0||Júbilo Iwata|
|2005||Tokyo Verdy||4 - 1||Consadole Sapporo|
|2006||Takigawa Daini High School||3 - 0||Nagoya Grampus|
|2007||Ryutsu Keizai University Kashiwa High School||1 - 0||Sanfrecce Hiroshima|
|2008||Urawa Red Diamonds||9 - 1||Nagoya Grampus|
|2009||Yokohama F. Marinos||7 - 1||Júbilo Iwata|
|2010||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||2 - 1||F.C. Tokyo|
|Year||Zone||Winner||Relegated from Premier League||Promoted to Premier League|
|2011||East||Consadole Sapporo|| F.C. Tokyo |
Shoshi High School
|Asahikawa Jitsugyo High School|
Okayama Sakuyo High School
|West||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||Hiroshima Kan-on High School|
Rissho University Shonan High School
|Championship||Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3 - 1 Consadole Sapporo (Saitama Stadium 2002)|
|2012||East||Tokyo Verdy|| Urawa Red Diamonds |
Asahikawa Jitsugyo High School
|JFA Academy Fukushima|
Toko Gakuen High School
Kumamoto Ozu High School
|West||Sanfrecce Hiroshima||Okayama Sakuyo High School|
|Championship||Sanfrecce Hiroshima 4 - 1 Tokyo Verdy (Saitama Stadium 2002)|
|2013||East||Ryutsu Keizai Univ. Kashiwa High School|| Shizuoka Gakuen High School |
Toko Gakuen High School
| Kashiwa Reysol |
Funabashi Municipal High School
Kyoto Tachibana High School
Higashiyama High School
|West||Vissel Kobe|| Avispa Fukuoka |
Kumamoto Ozu High School
|Championship||Ryutsu Keizai Univ. Kashiwa High School 1 - 1 (a.e.t., 5 - 4 p.s.o.) Vissel Kobe (Saitama Stadium 2002)|
|1989||Yomiuri Club||3 - 1||Tokaidai Daiichi Junior High School|
|1990||Fujieda Junior High School||3 - 2||Yomiuri Club|
|1991||Tokaidai Daiichi Junior High School||4 - 0||Nissan F.C. Oppama|
|1992||Nissan F.C.||3 - 1||Tokaidai Daiichi Junior High School|
|1993||Yomiuri Nippon S.C.||3 - 0||Kunimi Junior High School|
|1994||Mitsubishi Yowa S.S.||4 - 2||Yokohama F. Marinos|
|1995||Urawa Sports Club||1 - 0||JEF Ichihara|
|1996||Yomiuri Nippon S.C.||3 - 2||Yokohama Flügels|
|1997||Mitsubishi Yowa S.S.||2 - 1||Yokohama F. Marinos|
|1998||Shimizu S-Pulse||1 - 1|
(PSO 7 - 6)
|Yomiuri Nippon S.C.|
|1999||Nagoya Grampus||3 - 1||Takada FC|
|2000||Shimizu S-Pulse||1 - 0||Tokyo Verdy|
|2001||Yokohama F. Marinos Oppama||3 - 0||Tokaidai Daiichi Junior High School|
|2002||Kashima Antlers||2 - 1||Consadole Sapporo|
|2003||Tokyo Verdy||1 - 0||Consadole Sapporo|
|2004||Tokyo Verdy||1 - 0||Avispa Fukuoka|
|2005||Urawa Red Diamonds||2 - 0||F.C. Tokyo Fukagawa|
|2006||Gamba Osaka||2 - 1||F.C. Tokyo Musashi|
|2007||Gamba Osaka||3 - 2||Tokyo Verdy|
|2008||F.C. Tokyo Fukagawa||1 - 0||Albirex Niigata|
|2009||Vissel Kobe||2 - 1||Consadole Sapporo|
|2010||Nagoya Grampus||2 - 0||Kyoto Sanga F.C.|
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