SBS Cup

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SBS Cup
Founded1977
RegionShizuoka Prefecture
Number of teams4
Current championsColombia (2018)
Website http://www.at-s.com

The SBS Cup is an association football tournament held annually in the Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

It began in 1977 as several friendly matches between South Korean and Japanese high schools to celebrate Shizuoka Broadcasting System's (SBS) 25th anniversary. [1] It was expanded to become a tournament in 1979 and since 2002, it has been a round-robin competition for national teams and a representative team from the Shizuoka Prefecture.

Competition history

YearParticipants
1977
  • Flag of South Korea.svg Taeryun High School
  • Flag of Japan.svg Jidosha-Kougyo High School
  • Flag of Japan.svg Fujieda-Higashi High School
  • Flag of Japan.svg Shimizu-Higashi High School
1978
  • Flag of South Korea.svg Daejeon Sangub
  • Flag of Japan.svg Fujieda-Higashi High School
  • Flag of Japan.svg Shimizu-Higashi High School
  • Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
YearChampionRunner-upThird-place
1979 Flag of South Korea.svg Cheong High SchoolFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of Japan.svg Shizuokagakuen High School
1980Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of Japan.svg Shimizu-Higashi High School Flag of South Korea.svg Cheong High School
1981 Flag of Germany.svg Bayern MunichFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Cheong High School
1982Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Kumho Flag of Japan.svg All Japan Junior Youth
1983 Flag of Japan.svg All Japan Junior YouthFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Iri
1984 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Feyenoord Flag of Japan.svg Shimizu-Higashi High School Flag of South Korea.svg Cheong High School
1985Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Cheong High School Flag of Brazil.svg Esporte Clube XV de Novembro (Jaú)
1986 Flag of Brazil.svg Clube Atletico JuventusFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of Japan.svg Shimizu-Higashi High School
1987 Flag of Brazil.svg Americana Flag of South Korea.svg KumhoFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
1988 Flag of Brazil.svg Seleson ParanaFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Taeryun High School
1989 Flag of Brazil.svg Seleson SaopauloFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Pohang Cheochul Kongub
1990 Flag of Brazil.svg BotafogoFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of South Korea.svg Daegu Kongub
1991 Flag of Brazil.svg Moji-AraraFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of Italy.svg Sampdoria
1992 Flag of Spain.svg Real Madrid Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia Flag of Japan.svg Japan
1993 Flag of Japan.svg JapanFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of Spain.svg Real Madrid
1994 Flag of Japan.svg Japan Flag of Italy.svg Juventus Flag of Brazil.svg Criciuma E.C.
1995 Flag of Japan.svg Japan Flag of Brazil.svg Esporte Clube XV de Novembro (Jaú) Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
1996 Flag of Brazil.svg GremioFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture Flag of Japan.svg Japan
1997Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Italy.svg Juventus Flag of Colombia.svg América de Cali
1998 Flag of Brazil.svg Cruzeiro Esporte ClubeFlag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Germany.svg Borussia Dortmund
1999Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Croatia.svg Nk Croatia ZagrebFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2000Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Brazil.svg PalmeirasFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2001 Flag of Spain.svg Valencia C.F. Flag of Brazil.svg PalmeirasFlag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
YearChampionRunner-upThird-placeFourth-place
2002 Flag of Paraguay.svg ParaguayFlag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Japan.svg  Japan
2003Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Russia.svg  Russia
2004Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2005Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2006Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2007Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
2008Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2009Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico Flag of France.svg  France Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2010Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Ghana.svg  Ghana Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2011Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
2012Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2013Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Russia.svg  Russia Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
2014Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea
2015Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Japan.svg  Japan
2016Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
2017Flag of Chile.svg  Chile Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka Prefecture
2018Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
2019Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Flag of Shizuoka Prefecture.svg Shizuoka PrefectureFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium

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References

  1. "Information". SBS International Cup Official Website. Retrieved 24 May 2017.