The Emperor's Cup All-Japan Soccer Championship Tournament, commonly known as The Emperor's Cup is a Japanese football competition with the longest tradition of any football tournament in Japan, dating back to 1921, before the formation of the J. League, Japan Football League and their predecessor, Japan Soccer League.
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Injured Zheng Zhi deals blow to Guangzhou coach Lippi
South China Morning Post
But back-to-back losses - the Melbourne defeat followed a reversal against Jeonbuk Motors in South Korea - have left Marcello Lippi's side needing to pick up all three points against Japan's Emperor's Cup holders on Tuesday to be sure of advancing to ...
Central Coast Mariners handed tough Asian Champions League draw
Melbourne Victory will join Guangzhou Evergrande (China), Jeonbuk Motors (Korea) and the winner of Japan's Emperor's Cup in Group G if they win their play-off match. The Victory won't know who they will play until February but will have home ground ...
Jeff (Bleeping) Weaver: 10 Years Later
Bleeding Yankee Blue (blog)
... he led AS Monaco – keep in mind that Monaco is a separate, though very small, nation but their soccer team is in the French league – to the 1988 Ligue 1 title and the 1991 Coupe de France, and Nagoya Grampus Eight to Japan's Emperor's Cup in 1996.
Brisbane Roar to face Asia's best… sort of
Sydney Morning Herald
They start off with a home clash against Japan's Emperor's Cup winners, with the final of Japan's oldest sporting competition set to take place on New Year's Day. The Roar may have avoided facing the J. League's newest champions Kashiwa Reysol, Nagoya ...
Earthquake shakes AFC schedule
FC started their ACL campaign with a scoreless draw against Korea's Samsung Bluewings and face a very difficult game against Japan's Emperor's Cup winners. Kashima also had a scoreless draw in their opening ACL group match against Shanghai ...
Roar humbled by slick Tokyo
Dreams of Asian Champions League success received a wake-up call for the Brisbane Roar after they were downed 2-0 by FC Tokyo in their opener at a wet Suncorp Stadium on Tuesday night. After earning comparisons with Barcelona, the Roar made it ...