2011 Emperor's Cup

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2011 Emperor's Cup
Country  Japan
Teams 88
Champions F.C. Tokyo
Runners-up Kyoto Sanga

The 91st Emperor's Cup (第91回天皇杯?) was a regular edition of an annual Japanese national cup tournament. It started on 3 September 2011 and ended on 1 January 2012 with the final at National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, won by F.C. Tokyo 4–2 against Kyoto Sanga.

The cup winner were guaranteed a place in the 2012 AFC Champions League.

Calendar[edit]

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First Round September 3, 4, 7, 14(*1) 24 48 → 24
  • 47 Prefectural Qualifying Cup winners
  • 1 University Qualifying Cup winning club
Second Round October 8, 10, 12(*2) 32 24+18+20+2 → 32
  • 18 J1 clubs
  • 20 J2 clubs
  • 2 JFL seeded clubs
Third Round November 16 16 32 → 16
Fourth Round December 17,21(*3) 8 16 → 8
Quarterfinals December 24 4 8 → 4
Semifinals December 29 2 4 → 2
Final January 1, 2012 1 2 → 1

(*1)a total number of four games were postponed to September 7 or 14 due to tropical storm.
(*2)a total number of eight games were postponed to October 12 due to event clashes of quarterfinals of 2011 J. League Cup, and November 9 was reserved for Cerezo Osaka and Hokkaido University of Education Iwamizawa Campus in case of event clashes if Cerezo entered the 2011 AFC Champions League semi-finals (but game was not postponed as Cerezo was eliminated in quarter-finals).
(*3)Kashiwa Reysol's game was postponed to 21 December due to the participation in 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.

Participating clubs[edit]

Starting in the First Round[edit]

Prefectural finals winners – 47 teams

* After Miyagi prefectural qualification tournament was canceled due to 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, Miyagi Football Association proposed that Sony Sendai represent Miyagi Prefecture since it is the most successful amateur team in the prefecture and represented the prefecture last year.[1] Japan Football Association approved the proposal.[1][2]

Prime Minister Cup University football tournament winners – 1 team

Starting in the Second Round[edit]

J. League Division 1 – 18 teams
J. League Division 2 – 20 teams
Japan Football League – 2 teams

※Clubs that occupied two top places at the end of the 17th round (11th week) of 2011 Japan Football League.

Matches[edit]

All matches are Japan Standard Time (UTC+09:00)

First Round[edit]

Due to Tropical Storm Talas (Japanese: 台風12号, 2011 Japanese Typhoon 12), four matches were postponed.[3]

2011-09-04
13:00
Suzuka Rampole 1 – 0 Chukyo University
Masanori Murata Goal 88' Report
Suzuka Sports Garden, Suzuka
Attendance: 217
Referee: Kazuya Fujita

Note: The original schedule was 3 September 13:00 but postponed due to tropical storm.[3]


2011-09-03
13:00
Tochigi Uva 1 – 0 Kashiwa Reysol U-18
Wakabayashi Goal 48' Report
Tochigi City Athletic Stadium, Tochigi
Attendance: 606
Referee: Hajime Hosoo

2011-09-03
13:00
Yamanashi University High School 2 – 5 Machida Zelvia
Yusei Kayanuma Goal 10'
Katsuhito Araki Goal 90+3'
Report Dimić Goal 3'
Katsumata Goal 24'43'
Tsuda Goal 27'
Ōta Goal 55'
Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium, Kōfu
Attendance: 740
Referee: Kenta Tsukada

2011-09-14
18:00
Yonago Kita High School 1 – 3 Kamatamare Sanuki
Junya Kato Goal 46' Report Okamoto Goal 82'83'
Omo Goal 90+2'
Tottori Bank Bird Stadium, Tottori
Attendance: 558
Referee: Yosuke Takebe

Note: The original schedule was 3 September 15:00 but postponed due to tropical storm.[3]


2011-09-04
15:00
Toyama Shinjo Club 1 – 0 Japan Soccer College
Tomohisa Ishikuro Goal 75' Report
Toyama Athletic Stadium, Toyama
Attendance: 674
Referee: Kazuo Takeda

2011-09-03
16:00
Matsumoto Yamaga 3 – 0 Maruoka Phoenix
Sudo Goal 39'
Kijima Goal 72'82'
Report
Matsumotodaira Football Stadium, Matsumoto
Attendance: 3325
Referee: Taku Hase

2011-09-04
13:00
University of Tsukuba 2 – 1 Heisei International University
Shuhei Akazaki Goal 6'
Misaki Uemura Goal 81'
Report Kota Ono Goal 25'
Hitachinaka City Stadium, Hitachinaka
Attendance: 554
Referee: Takumi Shinoto

2011-09-04
13:00
Blaublitz Akita 13 – 0 Yamagata University School of Medicine
Miyoshi Goal 13'
Matsuda Goal 26'41'56'73'75'
Imai Goal 30'53'
Higa Goal 45+2'61'
Kawata Goal 73'
Kozawa Goal 80'
Chino Goal 90+3'
Report
Akita Yabase Stadium, Akita City
Attendance: 473
Referee: Toshiyuki Wazumi

2011-09-04
13:00
Arterivo Wakayama 0 - 5 Sagawa Printing
Report Sakurai Goal 40'43'
Otsuki Goal 47'
Hirai Goal 68'
Nakasuji Goal 77'
Kinokawa Athletic Stadium, Kinokawa
Attendance: 354
Referee: Osamu Akasaka

2011-09-04
13:00
Arte Takasaki 2 - 0 YSCC
Yamada Goal 3'
Ito Goal 30'
Report
Shoda Shoyu Stadium Gunma rugby field, Maebashi
Attendance: 347
Referee: Ippei Ōtomo

2011-09-03
13:00
Fukuoka University 2 - 0 Hoyo A.C. Elan Oita
Ishizu Goal 68'88' Report
Level-5 Stadium, Fukuoka
Attendance: 266
Referee: Ikkei Enomoto

2011-09-03
13:00
Fagiano Okayama Next 2 - 2 (a.e.t.) Renofa Yamaguchi F.C.
Okazaki Goal 45+2'
Kotera Goal 106'
Report Nakayama Goal 89'
Nakamura Goal 103'
  Penalties  
Kadoshima Penalty scored
Yamamoto Penalty scored
Nishihara Penalty scored
Kanemitsu Penalty scored
Sakamoto Penalty scored
5 – 3 Penalty scored Ikarino
Penalty scored Ito
Penalty missed Suzuki
Penalty scored Takata
Kanko Stadium, Okayama
Attendance: 1487
Referee: Akinobu Saeki

2011-09-04
13:00
Hannan University 0 – 2 Sagawa Shiga
Report Nobuhito Takahashi Goal 36'
Goal 40' (o.g.)
Takatsuki City Park Sport Complex, Takatsuki
Attendance: 277
Referee: Masahiro Yamamura

2011-09-03
13:00
F.C. Kagoshima 5 – 0 Saga LIXIL F.C.
Taniguchi Goal 18'
Tanoue Goal 21'
Chaen Goal 25'
Funakawa Goal 29'
Maeda Goal 44'
Report
Kagoshima Kamoike Stadium, Kagoshima
Attendance: 947
Referee: Seiwa Sato

2011-09-04
13:00
Nara Club 1 – 3 Sanyo Electric Sumoto S.C.
Hashigaito Goal 89' Report Yuya Inagaki Goal 8'
Koichi Ota Goal 83'
Yusuke Inoue Goal 90+3'
Kashihara Public Garden Nara Prefectural Stadium, Kashihara
Attendance: 467
Referee: Koji Morikawa

2011-09-04
15:00
Hiroshima University of Economics 0 – 5 Zweigen Kanazawa
Report Hirabayashi Goal 28'32'90+3'
Saitou Goal 53'
Honda Goal 90+1'
Fukuyama Takegahana Stadium, Fukuyama
Attendance: 561
Referee: Yunosuke Kinji

Note: The original schedule was 3 September 15:00 but postponed due to tropical storm.[3]


2011-09-03
13:00
Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University 5 – 1 Kumamoto Teachers Club
Mitsuru Murayama Goal 29'
Goal 45' (o.g.)
Atsuki Goryo Goal 69'
Hattoku Shimaya Goal 84'
Yoshitaka Fujiyama Goal 85'
Report Takahiro Masumura Goal 89'
Miyazaki Ikime no Mori Ivy Stadium, Miyazaki
Attendance: 568
Referee: Akihiko Ikeuchi

2011-09-04
15:00
Okinawa Kaiho Bank S.C. 0 – 1 V-Varen Nagasaki
Report Okamura Goal 51'
Okinawa City Stadium, Okinawa
Attendance: 1076
Referee: Takao Onshi


2011-09-04
13:00
Grulla Morioka 0 – 2 Sony Sendai
Report Aso Goal 47'
Morihara Goal 82'
Morioka Park Stadium, Morioka
Attendance: 444
Referee: Keita Fujimoto

2011-09-07
14:00
Sanyo Electric Tokushima S.C. 0 – 4 Kōchi University
Report Kei Fukumoto Goal 23'90+2'
Ryobu Watabe Goal 75'
Kojiro Takeuchi Goal 82'
Naruto Otsuka Sports Park Football Stadium, Naruto
Attendance: 235
Referee: Koei Koya

Note: The original schedule was 3 September 13:00 and but postponed due to tropical storm. The original venue was Naruto Otsuka Sports Park Pocarisweat Stadium but changed as a result of the postponement.[3]


2011-09-04
13:00
FC Gifu Second 2 – 1 Shizuoka Sangyo University
Motonobu Hosono Goal 32'
Yuichi Endo Goal 74'
Report Yusuke Katayama Goal 6'
Gifu Nagaragawa Stadium, Gifu
Attendance: 353
Referee: Toshito Fujita

2011-09-03
11:00
Hachinohe University 2 – 6 Fukushima United
Kawamura Goal 69'
Hamamura Goal 74'
Report Ito Goal 47'
Kim Goal 55'76'86'
Shimizu Goal 57'
Kuno Goal 90+1'
Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium, Sapporo
Attendance: 60
Referee: Shoichiro Mikami

2011-09-03
15:00
Dezzola Shimane 5 – 2 (a.e.t.) Ehime FC Shimanami
Hirata Goal 3'114'120+3'
Sorayama Goal 29'106'
Report Kitamori Goal 40'
Kashiwagi Goal 43'
Shimane Soccer Field, Masuda
Attendance: 487
Referee: Shuhei Shimizu

Second Round[edit]

2011-10-12
19:00
Nagoya Grampus 6 – 0 Suzuka Rampole
Burzanović Goal 14'35'
Hashimoto Goal 19'
Arai Goal 42'
Tanaka Goal 78'
Taguchi Goal 88'
Report
Mizuho Athletic Stadium, Nagoya
Attendance: 2,280
Referee: Takuto Okabe

2011-10-10
13:00
FC Gifu 0 – 1 Giravanz Kitakyushu
Report Ikemoto Goal 6'
Gifu Nagaragawa Stadium, Gifu
Attendance: 2,062
Referee: Eiji Kawai

2011-10-08
13:00
Kashiwa Reysol 2 – 0 Tochigi Uva
Masushima Goal 4'
Leandro Goal 59'
Report
Kashiwanoha Park Stadium, Kashiwa
Attendance: 3,110
Referee: Takuto Okabe

2011-10-08
15:00
Ventforet Kofu 2 – 1 Machida Zelvia
Uchiyama Goal 6'
Paulinho Goal 36'
Report Suzuki Goal 51'
Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium, Kōfu
Attendance: 3,421
Referee: Koichiro Fukushima

2011-10-12
19:00
Yokohama F. Marinos 3 – 1 Kamatamare Sanuki
Hyodo Goal 86'
Taniguchi Goal 88'
Oguro Goal 90+3'
Report Ishida Goal 78'
Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium, Yokohama
Attendance: 2,905
Referee: Nobutsugu Murakami

2011-10-08
13:00
Tochigi SC 2 – 1 Honda Lock
Choi Goal 18'
Kawahara Goal 70'
Report Yusuke Maeda Goal 60'
Tochigi Green Stadium, Utsunomiya
Attendance: 1,444
Referee: Hiromichi Oka

2011-10-12
19:00
Albirex Niigata 5 – 0 Toyama Shinjo Club
Lopes Goal 17'
Kawamata Goal 21'76'
Kogure Goal 23'
Uchida Goal 90+4'
Report
Tohoku Electric Power Big Swan Stadium, Niigata
Attendance: 3,597
Referee: Toshimitsu Yoshida

2011-10-08
14:00
Matsumoto Yamaga 2 – 0 Yokohama FC
Katayama Goal 53'
Funayama Goal 55'
Report
Matsumotodaira Football Stadium, Matsumoto
Attendance: 11,510
Referee: Junpei Iida

2011-10-12
19:00
Kashima Antlers 2 – 0 University of Tsukuba
Tashiro Goal 33'
Osako Goal 38'
Report
Kashima Soccer Stadium, Kashima
Attendance: 3,468
Referee: Minoru Tojo

2011-10-10
16:00
Kataller Toyama 3 – 3 (a.e.t.) Sagan Tosu
Asahi Goal 45+1'
Funatsu Goal 48'
Kurobe Goal 83'
Report Noda Goal 21'
Arai Goal 30'
Yamase Goal 66'
  Penalties  
Asahi Penalty scored
Ōnishi Penalty scored
Kurobe Penalty missed
Hirano Penalty scored
Yada Penalty scored
4 – 2 Penalty scored Meta
Penalty missed Kuniyoshi
Penalty scored Kim
Penalty missed Ikeda
Toyama Athletic Stadium, Toyama
Attendance: 2,298
Referee: Takumi Shinoto

2011-10-08
13:00
Montedio Yamagata 2 – 0 Blaublitz Akita
Shimomura Goal 23'
Hasegawa Goal 38'
Report
ND Soft Stadium Yamagata, Tendō
Attendance: 2,425
Referee: Minoru Tojo

2011-10-10
13:00
Kyoto Sanga 3 – 0 Sagawa Printing
Nakamura Goal 38'
Miyayoshi Goal 58'
Kubo Goal 72'
Report
Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium, Kyoto
Attendance: 1,960
Referee: Yuki Noda

2011-10-08
15:00
Kawasaki Frontale 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Arte Takasaki
Kobayashi Goal 61'
Tasaka Goal 105'
Report Doi Goal 69'
Todoroki Athletics Stadium, Kawasaki
Attendance: 4,789
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura

2011-10-10
13:00
Oita Trinita 1 – 0 Tokushima Vortis
Sakuda Goal 2' Report
Ōita Bank Dome, Ōita
Attendance: 3,308
Referee: Ryoichi Imamura

2011-10-10
13:00
Omiya Ardija 1 – 1 (a.e.t.) Fukuoka University
Ueda Goal 70' Report Tomohiro Tanaka Goal 72'
  Penalties  
Mariano Penalty scored
Watanabe Penalty scored
Higashi Penalty scored
FujimotoPenalty missed
3 - 5 Penalty scored Suzu
Penalty scored Nagatani
Penalty scored Tamura
Penalty scored Okada
Penalty scored Kuroki
Kumagaya Athletic Stadium, Kumagaya
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Tomohiro Inoue

2011-10-08
13:00
Shonan Bellmare 2 – 1 Fagiano Okayama Next
Maki Goal 53'
Sakamoto Goal 77'
Report Takeuchi Goal 40'
Hiratsuka Athletics Stadium, Hiratsuka
Attendance: 1,251
Referee: Takuya Maeda

2011-10-12
19:00
Gamba Osaka 2 – 0 Sagawa Shiga
Kawanishi Goal
Kim Goal
Report
Osaka Expo '70 Stadium, Suita
Attendance: 2,932
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura

2011-10-08
13:00
Consadole Sapporo 2 – 3 (a.e.t.) Mito HollyHock
Yokono Goal 59'
Sakaki Goal 85'
Report Ozawa Goal 58'
Romero Frank Goal 88'
Koike Goal 118'
Sapporo Atsubetsu Park Stadium, Sapporo
Attendance: 3,523
Referee: Tomohiro Tsukada

2011-10-08
13:00
FC Tokyo 4 – 0 F.C. Kagoshima
Yazawa Goal 14'90'
Morishige Goal 30'
Lucas Goal 76'
Report
Ajinomoto Stadium, Chōfu
Attendance: 5,301
Referee: Akihiko Ikeuchi

2011-10-10
13:00
Vissel Kobe 8 – 0 Sanyo Electric Sumoto S.C.
Morioka Goal 22'32'46'
Matsuoka Goal 26'
Popó Goal 31'55'
Park Goal 58'
Botti Goal 68'
Report
Kakogawa Athletic Stadium, Kakogawa
Attendance: 2,471
Referee: Hiroyoshi Takayama

2011-10-08
15:00
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 4 – 2 Zweigen Kanazawa
Satō Goal 2'86'
Yokotake Goal 30'
Mizumoto Goal 45+2'
Report Yamane Goal 15'
Hirabayashi Goal 23'

Note: The venue of the match was originally planned to be Hiroshima Big Arch football ground 1 but changed on June 28.[4]


2011-10-08
15:00
Ehime FC 2 – 0 FC Ryukyu
Ikeda Goal 27'
Uchida Goal 71'
Report
Ningineer Stadium, Matsuyama
Attendance: 795
Referee: Koei Koya

2011-10-12
13:00
Urawa Red Diamonds 4 – 1 Miyazaki Sangyo-keiei University
Goal 14' (o.g.)
Mazola Goal 18'
Hara Goal 55'
Takasaki Goal 76'
Report Yoshitaka Fujiyama Goal 10'
Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama
Attendance: 4,849
Referee: Yoshiro Imamura

2011-10-10
13:00
Tokyo Verdy 7 – 1 V-Varen Nagasaki
Maranhão Goal 22'57'
Abe Goal 38'73'
Tsuchiya Goal 55'
Kikuoka Goal 69'
Kobayashi Goal 71'
Report Iwama Goal 20'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya
Attendance: 2,701
Referee: Hiroyuki Ōnishi

2011-10-12
19:00
Cerezo Osaka 6 – 0 Hokkaido University of Education Iwamizawa Campus
Goal 24' (o.g.)
Fabio Lopes Goal 30'78'
Sugimoto Goal 71'
Komatsu Goal 81'
Otake Goal 86'
Report
Kincho Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 2,116
Referee: Junpei Iida

2011-10-08
13:00
Thespa Kusatsu 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) Fagiano Okayama
Report Sengoku Goal 107'
Shoda Shoyu Stadium Gunma, Maebashi
Attendance: 1,030
Referee: Yosuke Kubota

2011-10-08
15:00
Vegalta Sendai 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Sony Sendai
Ota Goal 74'
Muto Goal 114'
Report Taniike Goal 79'
Yurtec Stadium Sendai, Sendai
Attendance: 5,714
Referee: Tetsuro Yoshida

2011-10-08
15:00
Avispa Fukuoka 3 – 0 Kōchi University
Nakamachi Goal 14'
Matsuura Goal 31'
Takahashi Goal 64'
Report
Fukuyama Takegahana Stadium, Fukuyama
Attendance: 938
Referee: Naohito Ogawa

2011-10-08
13:00
Shimizu S-Pulse 2 – 0 FC Gifu Second
Takeuchi Goal 44'
Omae Goal 45+1'
Report
Outsourcing Stadium Nihondaira, Shizuoka City
Attendance: 3,648
Referee: Yoshiro Imamura

2011-10-10
13:00
Gainare Tottori 3 – 0 Roasso Kumamoto
Koné Goal 8'
Kim Goal 75'
Yoshino Goal 86'
Report
Tottori Bank Bird Stadium, Tottori
Attendance: 3,125
Referee: Itaru Hirose

2011-10-12
19:00
Júbilo Iwata 3 – 0 Fukushima United
Arata Goal 33'71'83' Report
Yamaha Stadium, Iwata
Attendance: 2,019
Referee: Kazuhiko Matsumura

2011-10-10
13:00
JEF United Chiba 1 – 0 Dezzola Shimane
Fujimoto Goal 67' Report
Fukuda Denshi Arena, Chiba
Attendance: 3,528
Referee: Hiroshi Yamauchi

Third Round[edit]

2011-11-16
19:00
Nagoya Grampus 1 – 0 Giravanz Kitakyushu
Ogawa Goal 57' Report
Mizuho Athletic Stadium, Nagoya
Attendance: 2,840
Referee: Ryoichi Imamura

2011-11-16
19:00
Kashiwa Reysol 6 – 1 Ventforet Kofu
Jorge Wagner Goal 10'
Kudo Goal 26'
Kitajima Goal 29'
Hashimoto Goal 37'
Tanaka Goal 67'80'
Report Yabu Goal 13'
Hitachi Kashiwa Soccer Stadium, Kashiwa
Attendance: 3,950
Referee: Takuya Maeda

Note: The venue of the match was originally planned to be Kashiwanoha Park Stadium but changed due to stadium maintenance.[5]


2011-11-16
13:00
Yokohama F. Marinos 3 – 0 Tochigi SC
Oguro Goal 33'80'
Nakamura Goal 90+4'
Report
Nippatsu Mitsuzawa Stadium, Yokohama
Attendance: 3,951
Referee: Hajime Matsuo

2011-11-16
19:00
Albirex Niigata 0 – 1 Matsumoto Yamaga
Report Tatara Goal 5'
Tohoku Electric Power Big Swan Stadium, Niigata
Attendance: 4,842
Referee: Takuto Okabe

2011-11-16
19:00
Kashima Antlers 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Kataller Toyama
Koroki Goal 28'
Nozawa Goal 101'
Report Fukuda Goal 42'
Kashima Soccer Stadium, Kashima
Attendance: 3,465
Referee: Toshimitsu Yoshida

2011-11-16
19:00
Montedio Yamagata 2 – 3 Kyoto Sanga
Hasegawa Goal 7'
Miyazawa Goal 9'
Report Miyayoshi Goal 15'44'48'
ND Soft Stadium Yamagata, Tendō
Attendance: 1,849
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura

2011-11-16
19:00
Kawasaki Frontale 4 – 0 Oita Trinita
Kobayashi Goal 25'
Tasaka Goal 55'
Kusukami Goal 77'
Yajima Goal 84'
Report
Todoroki Athletics Stadium, Kawasaki
Attendance: 4,747
Referee: Hiroyoshi Takayama

2011-11-16
19:00
Fukuoka University 0 – 3 (a.e.t.) Shonan Bellmare
Report Ohi Goal 94'
Takayama Goal 109'
Adiel Goal 117'
NACK5 Stadium Omiya, Saitama
Attendance: 705
Referee: Akihiko Ikeuchi

2011-11-16
19:00
Gamba Osaka 2 – 3 (a.e.t.) Mito HollyHock
Kim Goal 40'
Sasaki Goal 65'
Report Ozawa Goal 50'
Suzuki Goal 76'
Koike Goal 99'
Osaka Expo '70 Stadium, Suita
Attendance: 2,938
Referee: Yosuke Kubota

2011-11-16
19:00
FC Tokyo 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Vissel Kobe
Takahashi Goal 13'
Morishige Goal 120+1'
Report Komoto Goal 37'
Ajinomoto Stadium, Chōfu
Attendance: 5,937
Referee: Kenji Ogiya

2011-11-16
19:00
Sanfrecce Hiroshima 0 – 1 Ehime FC
Report Ishii Goal 86'
Hiroshima Big Arch, Hiroshima
Attendance: 3,171
Referee: Tetsuro Yoshida

2011-11-16
19:00
Urawa Red Diamonds 2 – 1 Tokyo Verdy
Hara Goal 56'86' Report Apodi Goal 64'
Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama
Attendance: 7,427
Referee: Nobutsugu Murakami

2011-11-16
19:00
Cerezo Osaka 3 – 0 Fagiano Okayama
Bando Goal 52'90+3'
Sugimoto Goal 90+2'
Report
Kincho Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 3,631
Referee: Hiroyuki Ōnishi

2011-11-16
19:00
Vegalta Sendai 3 – 1 Avispa Fukuoka
Tamura Goal 18'22'
Nakashima Goal 82'
Report Okamoto Goal 68'
Yurtec Stadium Sendai, Sendai
Attendance: 4,831
Referee: Tomohiro Inoue

2011-11-16
19:00
Shimizu S-Pulse 5 – 0 Gainare Tottori
Iwashita Goal 27'
Takahara Goal 45+3'
Sugiyama Goal 70'
Nagai Goal 79'
Yamamoto Goal 81'
Report
Outsourcing Stadium Nihondaira, Shizuoka City
Attendance: 3,618
Referee: Hiromichi Oka

2011-11-16
19:00
Júbilo Iwata 0 – 1 JEF United Chiba
Report Yonekura Goal 67'
Yamaha Stadium, Iwata
Attendance: 2,548
Referee: Koichiro Fukushima

Fourth Round[edit]

Note: The original schedule was December 17 13:00 but changed due to Reysol's participation in 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.[6]


2011-12-17
13:00
Yokohama F. Marinos 4 – 0 Matsumoto Yamaga
Ono Goal 28'73'75'
Nakamura Goal 87'
Report
Toyama Athletic Stadium, Toyama
Attendance: 10,120
Referee: Yudai Yamamoto

2011-12-17
13:00
Kashima Antlers 0 – 1 Kyoto Sanga
Report Miyayoshi Goal 59'
Kagawa Marugame Stadium, Marugame
Attendance: 5,671
Referee: Itaru Hirose

2011-12-17
17:00
Kawasaki Frontale 0 – 1 Shonan Bellmare
Report Takayama Goal 63'
Todoroki Athletics Stadium, Kawasaki
Attendance: 8,291
Referee: Hajime Matsuo

2011-12-17
13:00
Mito HollyHock 0 – 1 FC Tokyo
Report Shiotani[7] Goal 8' (o.g.)
K's denki Stadium Mito, Mito
Attendance: 6,242
Referee: Yoshiro Imamura

2011-12-17
15:00
Ehime FC 1 – 3 Urawa Red Diamonds
Fukuda Goal 90+4' Report Márcio Richardes Goal 9'
Hara Goal 38'
Kashiwagi Goal 77'

2011-12-17
17:00
Cerezo Osaka 1 – 1 (a.e.t.) Vegalta Sendai
Murata Goal 115' Report Muto Goal 98'
  Penalties  
Kiyotake Penalty scored
Kim Penalty scored
Maruhashi Penalty scored
Ogihara Penalty scored
4 – 2 Penalty scored Kamata
Penalty missed Akamine
Penalty missed Muto
Penalty scored Matsushita
Kincho Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 5,316
Referee: Junpei Iida

2011-12-17
15:00
Shimizu S-Pulse 2 – 0 JEF United Chiba
Brosque Goal 49'
Ito Goal 62'
Report
Outsourcing Stadium Nihondaira, Shizuoka City
Attendance: 6,855
Referee: Hiroyuki Kimura

Quarterfinals[edit]


2011-12-24
15:00
Kyoto Sanga 1 – 0 Shonan Bellmare
Dutra Goal 40' Report

2011-12-24
13:00
FC Tokyo 1 – 0 Urawa Red Diamonds
Ishikawa Goal 20' Report
Kumagaya Athletic Stadium, Kumagaya
Attendance: 11,612
Referee: Kenji Ogiya

2011-12-24
13:00
Cerezo Osaka 2 – 2 (a.e.t.) Shimizu S-Pulse
Kim Bo-Kyung Goal 11'
Kiyotake Goal 93'
Report Ono Goal 23'
Takagi Goal 103'
  Penalties  
Kiyotake Penalty scored
Kim Bo-Kyung Penalty scored
Kuaata Penalty scored
Maruhashi Penalty scored
Bando Penalty missed
Yamaguchi Penalty scored
Komatsu Penalty scored
6 – 5 Penalty scored Omae
Penalty scored Brosque
Penalty scored Ito
Penalty missed Iwashita
Penalty scored Bosnar
Penalty scored Takagi
Penalty missed Yamamoto
Nagai Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 8,252
Referee: Hajime Matsuo

Semifinals[edit]

2011-12-29
15:00
Yokohama F. Marinos 2 – 4 (a.e.t.) Kyoto Sanga
Watanabe Goal 42'
Nakazawa Goal 90+5'
Report Kudo Goal 50'
Dutra Goal 72'
Kubo Goal 116'
Komai Goal 120'
National Olympic Stadium, Shinjuku
Attendance: 14,467
Referee: Ryuji Sato

2011-12-29
13:00
FC Tokyo 1 – 0 Cerezo Osaka
Yazawa Goal 77' Report
Nagai Stadium, Osaka
Attendance: 11,982
Referee: Masaaki Toma

Final[edit]

2012-01-01
14:00
Kyoto Sanga 2 – 4 FC Tokyo
Nakayama Goal 13'
Kubo Goal 71'
Report Konno Goal 15'
Morishige Goal 36'
Lucas Goal 42'66'
  • First final to feature two second-tier teams and first to feature such team since 1994 final.
  • Third time a second-tier champion wins the final since 1981 and 1982 finals.
  • Nakayama's goal was the first to be scored in the year 2012.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ "第91回天皇杯全日本サッカー選手権大会 4回戦 名古屋グランパス 対 柏レイソル(マッチナンバー【73】)試合日程変更のお知らせ" [A schedule change of the 91st Emperor's Cup fourth round: Kashiwa Reysol vs. Nagoya Grampus (match number 73)] (in Japanese). Japan Football Association. 3 December 2011. Retrieved 8 December 2011. 
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