SBS Cup

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SBS Cup
Founded 1977
Region Shizuoka Prefecture
Number of teams 4
Current champions Paraguay (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[edit]

Year Participants
1977
  • South Korea Taeryun High School
  • Japan Jidosha-Kougyo High School
  • Japan Fujieda-Higashi High School
  • Japan Shimizu-Higashi High School
1978
  • South Korea Daejeon Sangub
  • Japan Fujieda-Higashi High School
  • Japan Shimizu-Higashi High School
  • Shizuoka Prefecture
Year Champion Runner-up Third-place
1979 South Korea Cheong High School Shizuoka Prefecture Japan Shizuokagakuen High School
1980 Shizuoka Prefecture Japan Shimizu-Higashi High School South Korea Cheong High School
1981 Germany Bayern Munich Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Cheong High School
1982 Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Kumho Japan All Japan Junior Youth
1983 Japan All Japan Junior Youth Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Iri
1984 Netherlands Feyenoord Japan Shimizu-Higashi High School South Korea Cheong High School
1985 Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Cheong High School Brazil Esporte Clube XV de Novembro (Jaú)
1986 Brazil Clube Atletico Juventus Shizuoka Prefecture Japan Shimizu-Higashi High School
1987 Brazil Americana South Korea Kumho Shizuoka Prefecture
1988 Brazil Seleson Parana Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Taeryun High School
1989 Brazil Seleson Saopaulo Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Pohang Cheochul Kongub
1990 Brazil Botafogo Shizuoka Prefecture South Korea Daegu Kongub
1991 Brazil Moji-Arara Shizuoka Prefecture Italy Sampdoria
1992 Spain Real Madrid Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Japan Japan
1993 Japan Japan Shizuoka Prefecture Spain Real Madrid
1994 Japan Japan Italy Juventus Brazil Criciuma E.C.
1995 Japan Japan Brazil Esporte Clube XV de Novembro (Jaú) Shizuoka Prefecture
1996 Brazil Gremio Shizuoka Prefecture Japan Japan
1997  Japan Italy Juventus Colombia América de Cali
1998 Brazil Cruzeiro Esporte Clube  Japan Germany Borussia Dortmund
1999  Japan Croatia Nk Croatia Zagreb Shizuoka Prefecture
2000  Japan Brazil Palmeiras Shizuoka Prefecture
2001 Spain Valencia C.F. Brazil Palmeiras Shizuoka Prefecture
Year Champion Runner-up Third-place Fourth-place
2002 Paraguay Paraguay  Portugal Shizuoka Prefecture  Japan
2003  Japan  Belgium Shizuoka Prefecture  Russia
2004  Brazil  Japan  Turkey Shizuoka Prefecture
2005  Argentina  Japan  Senegal Shizuoka Prefecture
2006  South Korea  Japan  Mexico Shizuoka Prefecture
2007 Shizuoka Prefecture  Ukraine  United States  Japan
2008  Argentina  Japan  Australia Shizuoka Prefecture
2009  Japan  Mexico  France Shizuoka Prefecture
2010  Japan  Spain  Ghana Shizuoka Prefecture
2011 Shizuoka Prefecture  Japan  Mexico  Australia
2012  Japan  Portugal  South Korea Shizuoka Prefecture
2013  Japan Shizuoka Prefecture  Russia  Uruguay
2014  Colombia Shizuoka Prefecture  Japan  South Korea
2015  Croatia  Spain Shizuoka Prefecture  Japan
2016  Slovakia Shizuoka Prefecture  Costa Rica  Japan
2017  Chile  Czech Republic  Japan Shizuoka Prefecture
2018  Paraguay  Japan Shizuoka Prefecture  Australia

References[edit]

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