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J. League Cup

J. League Cup (also known as Yamazaki Nabisco Cup or Nabisco Cup), is a Japanese competition organized by J. League. It is Japanese equivalent to league cup competitions played in many countries such as the Football League Cup in England.

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Channels licensed to broadcast J. League Cup in United States

One World Sports
2011-2015
Live matches involving Asian competitions.

 

News

Gamba win Nabisco Cup
The Japan Times
Gamba, last season's second-division champions, found themselves swimming against the tide when a double from Hisato Sato gave reigning J. League title-holders Sanfrecce a two-goal lead after 35 minutes at Saitama Stadium. But Brazilian striker Patric ...
Sounders drop first leg of conference championship, 1-0, to Los Angeles
Bellingham Herald
Seattle Sounders FC defender Deindre Yedlin, left, falls as Los Angeles Galaxy forward Robbie Keane goes after the ball during the first half of a Major League Soccer playoff game, Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014, in Carson, Calif. MARK J. TERRILL — AP ...
Gamba keep title hopes alive
The Japan Times
SAITAMA – Gamba Osaka launched a late smash-and-grab raid to blow the J. League title race wide open with a 2-0 win over Urawa Reds on Saturday. Reds went into the match at Saitama Stadium knowing that a win over second-place Gamba would be ...
Konami's winning take on 'the beautiful game'
The Japan Times
The drive to create an authentic environment came naturally for the “PES 2015″ team, many of whom are soccer fans themselves — Masuda, for instance, is a fan of Urawa Reds, who have a chance to win the J. League title this year, while assistant ...
Aguirre's experiments on back burner as Asian Cup looms
The Japan Times
Endo and Konno — neither of whom have played for Japan since the World Cup — have been instrumental in Gamba Osaka's remarkable rise up the J. League table, with the pair again outstanding in last Saturday's Nabisco Cup final win over Sanfrecce ...
Curing the “Samurai Blues”: Bringing a Great Wave of Improvement to Japan's ...
Nippon.com
The first matches under Aguirre marked a fresh start on the road to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but the team seems to have lost sight of the correct course. Japan's players, while ... The JFA has been devoid of any genuine leadership since the days ...
Okubo to stay with Frontale
The Japan Times
KAWASAKI – Japan's two-time World Cup striker Yoshito Okubo said on Tuesday he will turn down offers from other J. League teams and stay with Kawasaki Frontale. “I got my career back on track here, and I've only been here two years,” Okubo said after ...
Tim Cahill upbeat about Asian Cup prospects despite loss to Japan
Sydney Morning Herald
I've got a lot of respect for Japanese football because they concentrate on who's coming through. The last two games that I've analysed they've had a lot of J-League players playing, so they've given them the opportunity and given then the experience.
UPDATE 1-Soccer-Gamba throw open J-League title race with win at Reds
Yahoo News UK
The Reds needed to win at home in the battle of the top two to seal a first Japanese title since 2006 but they were guilty of overextending themselves in the closing minutes as Gamba substitutes Kodai Sato and Shu Kurata struck crucial goals. Sato ...
Running out of charge
Sportstar
The ISL, with all its hype and hoopla, has managed a soccer revolution in the country. The almost daily football show has ... About 74.7 million people witnessed the first day's action — 12 times more than the inaugural day figure of 6.3 million in ...

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