Please note that the Japanese names in these posts are written in Japanese order, i.e. Family Name followed by Given Name

Sunday, 29 November 2015

All-Japan Women's Inter-Collegiate Championships 2015 - Latest Results & Standings

Kanto

Promotion/Relegation Playoffs

November 29th:
Daito Bunka University  1 - 0  Kokushikan University

Daito Bunka University are promoted to Division 1. Kokushikan University are relegated to Division 2.

Regional Leagues Results/Standings (November 29th)

Kanto League Division One

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Waseda University13100327131430
2Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Yth1382329161326
3Nippon TV Menina136163225719
4JEF United Ichihara Chiba U-18134452122-116
5Tokyo International University135082228-615
6University of Tsukuba134361729-1215
7Kanto Gakuen University134272932-314
8Musashigaoka College134272133-1214

November 28th:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth  1 - 2  Waseda University
University of Tsukuba  1 - 1  JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies U-18

November 29th:
Tokyo International University  1 - 4  Nippon TV Menina
Kanto Gakuen University  2 - 2  Musashigaoka College


Kanto League Division Two

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Kokushikan University1390441142727
2Keio University1390432102227
3Shobi University1382336102626
4Japan Aviation High School136253125620
5Mito Eiko FC Ibaraki Ladies135442521419
6Maebashi Ikuei High School135263028217
7Ota Ladies SC Esperanza133281736-1911
8Tochigi Soccer Club Ladies1302111078-682

November 28th:
Kokushikan University  0 - 1  Japan Aviation High School

November 29th:
Shobi University  2 - 0  Ota Ladies SC Esperanza
Mito Eiko FC Ibaraki Ladies  1 - 1  Maebashi Ikuei High School
Tochigi Soccer Club Ladies  0 - 7  Keio University




Tokai League Division One

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Fujieda Junshin High School107212992023
2Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana SHS970231112021
3Aichi Toho University92431419-510
4Iwata Higashi High School9315720-1310
5Iga FC Kunoichi Satellite8143411-77
6Shimizu Daihachi Pleiades9117722-154

November 29th:
Fujieda Junshin High School  3 - 0  Iga FC Kunoichi Satellite


Tokai League Division Two

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGADiffPoints
1NGU Nagoya FC Ladies Youth99004754227
2FC Gifu Belta96122015519
3Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana JHS62131820-27
4Toyota Ladies F.C.82151124-137
5Kariya FC Project Sonia7205916-76
6Toyo High School7016530-251

November 28th:
Kariya FC Project Sonia  3 - 2  Toyota Ladies F.C.

November 29th:
NGU Nagoya FC Ladies Youth  3 - 0  Kariya FC Project Sonia
FC Gifu Belta  4 - 3  Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana Junior High School

Friday, 27 November 2015

2016 Olympic Games Asian Qualifiers Match Schedule

The schedule for the qualifying matches for the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in Japan, has been published. The top two teams will qualify from this round-robin tournament.


February 29th

Australia - Japan (19:35)
China PR - Vietnam (16:35)
Korea DPR - Korea Republic (19:35)


March 2nd

Japan - Korea Republic (19:35)
Korea DPR - China PR (19:35)
Australia - Vietnam (16:35)


March 4th

Korea Republic - Australia (19:35)
Vietnam - Korea DPR (16:35)
Japan - China PR (19:35)


March 7th

China PR - Korea Republic (16:35)
Vietnam - Japan (19:35)
Korea DPR - Australia (19:35)


March 9th

Korea Republic - Vietnam (16:35)
Australia - China PR (19:35)
Japan - Korea DPR (19:35)

19th JOC Junior Olympics All-Japan Girls' Youth Championships

The 19th JOC Junior Olympics All-Japan Girls' Youth Championships will take place between January 3rd and January 7th. Here is the schedule for each round.


First Round Matches, ties to be played on Sunday 3rd of January:

Match 1:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth versus Vicsale Okinawa

Match 2:
Albirex Niigata Ladies U-18 versus Toyota Ladies Football Club

Match 3:
Club Fields Linda versus Freyja FC

Match 4:
Cerezo Osaka Sakai Girls versus Oita Trinita Ladies

Match 5:
JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies U-18 versus Aosaki SC Hanako Clover's

Match 6:
NGU Nagoya FC Ladies versus AS Elfen Saitama Mari

Match 7:
SHRINE LFC versus Sfida Setagaya Youth

Match 8:
Momoko FC versus Nippon TV Menina


Second Round Matches, ties to be played on Monday 4th of January:

Match 9:
Winner of Match 1 versus Winner of Match 2

Match 10:
Winner of Match 3 versus Winner of Match 4

Match 11:
Winner of Match 5 versus Winner of Match 6

Match 12:
Winner of Match 7 versus Winner of Match 8


Semi-Final Matches, ties to be played on Wednesday 6th of January:

Match 13:
Winner of Match 9 versus Winner of Match 10

Match 14:
Winner of Match 11 versus Winner of Match 12


Third-Place Play-Off Match, to be played on Thursday 7th of January:

Match 15:
Loser of Match 13 versus Loser of Match 14


Final Match, to be played on Thursday 7th of January:

Match 16:
Winner of Match 13 versus Winner of Match 14

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

24th All-Japan Women's Inter-Collegiate Championships

This year's All-Japan Women's Inter-Collegiate Championships will take place between December 26th and January 17th. Here is the schedule for each round.


First Round Matches, ties to be played on Saturday 26th of December:

Match 1:
Keio University - Kibi International University

Match 2:
Fukuoka University/Kyushu International University - Aichi Toho University

Match 3:
Hachinohe Gakuin University - Musashigaoka College

Match 4:
IPU Women's College - Kobe Shinwa Women's University

Match 5:
Shinshu University - Juntendo University

Match 6:
Shikoku University - Mukogawa Women's University

Match 7:
Sendai University - Sapporo University

Match 8:
Kyushu Kyoritsu University - Kanagawa University


Second Round Matches, ties to be played on Monday 28th of December:

Match 9:
Waseda University - Winners of Match 1

Match 10:
Winners of Match 2 - Himeji Dokkyo University

Match 11:
Niigata University of Health and Welfare - Winners of Match 3

Match 12:
Winners of Match 4 - Nippon Sport Science University

Match 13:
Tokuyama University - Winners of Match 5

Match 14:
Winners of Match 6 - Tokyo International University

Match 15:
Shizuoka Sangyo University - Winners of Match 7

Match 16:
Winners of Match 8 - Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences


Quarter-Final Matches, ties to be played on Tuesday 29th of December:

Match 17:
Winners of Match 9 - Winners of Match 10

Match 18:
Winners of Match 11 - Winners of Match 12

Match 19:
Winners of Match 13 - Winners of Match 14

Match 20:
Winners of Match 15 - Winners of Match 16


Semi-Final Matches, ties to be played on Friday 15th of January:

Match 21:
Winners of Match 17 - Winners of Match 18

Match 22:
Winners of Match 19 - Winners of Match 20


Third-Place Match, to be played on Sunday 17th of January:

Match 23:
Losers of Match 21 - Losers of Match 22


Final Match, to be played on Sunday 17th of January:

Match 23:
Winners of Match 21 - Winners of Match 22

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

All-Japan Girls' Senior High School Championships 2015

This season's 24th All Japan High School Women's Soccer Tournament will take place between January 3rd and January 10th. Here is the schedule for each round.


First Round Matches, ties to be played on Sunday 3rd of January:

Match 1:
Daisho Gakuen High School versus Hokkaido Otani Muroran High School

Match 2:
Kyoto Seika Gakuen High School versus Meioh High School

Match 3:
Tsuda High School versus Matsusho Gakuen High School

Match 4:
Naruto Uzushio High School versus Takasaki University of Health and Welfare High School

Match 5:
Hooh High School versus Shonan Gakuin High School

Match 6:
Takahashi Nisshin High School versus Fukui Senior High School

Match 7:
Chinzei Gakuin High School versus Seisa Gakuen High School - Shonan Campus

Match 8:
Seiwa Gakuen High School versus Fujieda Junshin High School

Match 9:
Jumonji Senior High School versus Okayama Sakuyo High School

Match 10:
Tokai University Daigo Senior High School versus Mie High School

Match 11:
Osaka Toin High School versus Shutoku Senior High School

Match 12:
Kobe Koryo Gakuen High School versus Maebashi Ikuei High School

Match 13:
Bunkyo High School attached to Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University versus Makuhari Sohgoh High School

Match 14:
Kamimura Gakuen High School versus Hokkaido Bunkyo University Meisei High School

Match 15:
Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana High School versus Kaishi Gakuen Japan Soccer College

Match 16:
Hinomoto Gakuen Senior High School versus Tokiwagi Gakuen High School


Second Round Matches, ties to be played on Monday 4th of January:

Match 17:
Winners of Match 1 versus Winners of Match 2

Match 18:
Winners of Match 3 versus Winners of Match 4

Match 19:
Winners of Match 5 versus Winners of Match 6

Match 20:
Winners of Match 7 versus Winners of Match 8

Match 21:
Winners of Match 9 versus Winners of Match 10

Match 22:
Winners of Match 11 versus Winners of Match 12

Match 23:
Winners of Match 13 versus Winners of Match 14

Match 24:
Winners of Match 15 versus Winners of Match 16


Quarter Final Matches, ties to be played on Wednesday 6th of January:

Match 25: 
Winners of Match 17 versus Winners of Match 18

Match 26:
Winners of Match 19 versus Winners of Match 20

Match 27:
Winners of Match 21 versus Winners of Match 22

Match 28:
Winners of Match 23 versus Winners of Match 24

 
Semi Final Matches, ties to be played on Thursday 7th of January:

Match 29: 
Winners of Match 25 versus Winners of Match 26

Match 30:
Winners of Match 27 versus Winners of Match 28


Final Match, to be played on Sunday 10th of January:

Match 31:
Winners of Match 29 versus Winners of Match 30

Monday, 23 November 2015

Regional Leagues Results/Standings (November 23rd)

Kanto League Division Two

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Kokushikan University1290341132827
2Keio University1280425101524
3Shobi University1272334102423
4Mito Eiko FC Ibaraki Ladies125342420418
5Japan Aviation High School125253025517
6Maebashi Ikuei High School125162927216
7Ota Ladies SC Esperanza123271734-1711
8Tochigi Soccer Club Ladies1202101071-612

November 22nd:
Mito Eiko FC Ibaraki Ladies  4 - 4  Tochigi Soccer Club Ladies




Tokai League Division One

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana SHS970231112021
2Fujieda Junshin High School96212691720
3Aichi Toho University92431419-510
4Iwata Higashi High School9315720-1310
5Iga FC Kunoichi Satellite714248-47
6Shimizu Daihachi Pleiades9117722-154

November 22nd:
Iga FC Kunoichi Satellite  2 - 1  Iwata Higashi High School


Tokai League Division Two

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGADiffPoints
1NGU Nagoya FC Ladies Youth88004453924
2FC Gifu Belta85121612416
3Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana JHS52121516-17
4Toyota Ladies F.C.7214921-127
5Kariya FC Project Sonia5104611-53
6Toyo High School7016530-251

November 23rd:
Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana Junior High School  0 - 6  NGU Nagoya FC Ladies Youth




Chugoku League

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Tokuyama University1110108978231
2Okayama Sakuyo High School11101059114831
3Diosa Izumo FC1180346143224
4Okayama Yunogo Belle U-181171329141522
5Aosaki SC Hanako Clover's1170441281321
6Hiroshima Okou FC1151534221216
7Bingo Fuchuu TAM-S115151921-216
8FC Reve114071233-2112
9Freyia FC Venus113171950-3110
10Yamato Nadeshiko111191454-404
11Yamaguchi Wings11119350-474
12FC Brancass Kurashiki111010566-613

November 22nd:
Hiroshima Okou FC  1 - 3  Tokuyama University
Okayama Yunogo Belle U-18  6 - 0  Yamato Nadeshiko
Aosaki SC Hanako Clover's  3 - 0  Bingo Fuchuu TAM-S
Diosa Izumo FC  7 - 0  FC Brancass Kurashiki
FC Reve  0 - 3  Okayama Sakuyo High School
Freyia FC Venus  4 - 0  Yamaguchi Wings

Sunday, 22 November 2015

The 37th Empress' Cup Third Round

Third Round Matches, ties played on November 21st and 22nd:

Match 33:
Nippon TV Beleza  5 - 0  Waseda University
(Attendance: 648)

Tanaka Mina enjoyed herself today in scoring four goals against the Kanto League outfit, who had very few chances at the other end even for a lone reply. Uetsuji Yumi also scored for Beleza, who look good for another double this season.

Match 34:
Speranza FC Osaka Takatsuki  1 - 2  Iga FC Kunoichi (after extra time)
(Attendance: 307)

Iga just about got the better of Takatsuki, winning in extra time with a goal from Gloria Douglas. The Kunoichi had outshot their rivals by a signigicant margin and will feel that their win was well-deserved. Sugita Ami had scored their first goal on fifty-four minutes, with Sato Kaede's equaliser eleven minutes from time forcing extra time. Takatuski now must focus all their efforts on surviving relegation; Iga next face Beleza.

Match 35:
Albirex Niigata Ladies  2 - 1  Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara (after extra time)
(Attendance: 260)

Niigata made it through to the quarter-finals with an extra-time win over Nojima, who will be disappointed but encouraged ahead of their promotion play-off series. Yamazaki Marumi put Niigata ahead after seventeen minutes but Nojima recovered well and after sustained pressure found an equaliser through Oyama Saki. With eight minutes of extra time remaining, Kawasaki Saya found the net for the second time in her first two games for Niigata to win the game.

Match 36:
Nittaidai Fields Yokohama  0 - 2  JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies
(Attendance: 205)

JEF United saw off the challenge of Nittaidai's students with two goals in the second half, and had little trouble in neutralising their opponent's greatest threat, the pace of Uemura Shoko. Kawamura Mari headed in the first goal from a corner kick after fifty-eight minutes and the second goal came four minutes later through Fukusawa Risa.

Match 37:
Vegalta Sendai Ladies  4 - 1  Daito Bunka University
(Attendance: 471)

Vegalta Sendai were never likely to have any trouble against Daito Bunka, and they took an early lead, Arimachi Saori scoring the first of her two goals in the seventh minute. Inoue Ayaka scored just before half-time to make it 2-0 at the break, and Kawamura Yuri also scored early in the second half. Daito Bunka's players and supporters were overjoyed when they pulled a goal back, Watanuki Miho scoring her side's only chance of the day.

Match 38:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies  2 - 0  AC Nagano Parceiro Ladies
(Attendance: 715)

Urawa were far too good for Nagano, and the beaten side will have work to do over the winter to improve in time for the start of the Nadeshiko League Division 1 season. Both goals came in the first half, Naomoto Hikaru with the first on twenty-three minutes and the second came courtesy of Shibata Hanae twenty minutes later.

Match 39:
Okayama Yunogo Belle  2 - 6  AS Elfen Saitama
(Attendance: 820)

Relegated Saitama showed that they still have something to offer as they easily beat Belle to reach the last eight. Sarah Gregorius scored her first hat-trick in Japan and Azami Rie put on another fine and memorable performance, both setting up goals and scoring two herself;. Saitama's remaining goal was scored by Sugihara Haruna, which restored their lead on the hour mark after Takahashi Chiho had equalised for Belle. Miyama Aya was Belle's other scorer, a consolation goal from the penalty spot. Saitama next play INAC Kobe.

Match 40:
Ange Violet Hiroshima  0 - 5  INAC Kobe Leonessa
(Attendance: 1,340)

Takase Megumi scored twice today, her first goals since early September, as INAC Kobe sailed through to the quarter-final stage with a five-goal victory over Hiroshima. Takase scored the first of her two goals in the third minute, with Ito Miki and Ohno Shinobu also scoring in the first half. Takase's second came just after the restart and their final goal was scored by Masuya Rika with fifteen minutes remaining.


Quarter-Final Matches, ties to be played on December 19th:

Match 41:
Nippon TV Beleza - Iga FC Kunoichi

Match 42:
Albirex Niigata Ladies - JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies

Match 43:
Vegalta Sendai Ladies - Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies

Match 44:
AS Elfen Saitama - INAC Kobe Leonessa


Semi-Final Matches, ties to be played on December 23rd:

Match 45:
Winners of Match 41 - Winners of Match 42

Match 46:
Winners of Match 43 - Winners of Match 44


Final Match, to be played on December 27th:

Match 47:
Winners of Match 45 - Winners of Match 46

Liga Student Final Ranking Matches

Kanto


Top Ranking Matches

November 21st:
First Round Matches:
Jumonji High School  1 - 3  Tokyo Metropolitan Asuka High School
University of Tsukuba  3 - 0  Toyo University
Kanagawa University  1 - 1  Kanto Gakuen University
Kanagawa University win 9-8 on penalties
Shutoku Senior High School  0 - 5  Musashigaoka College

November 22nd:
First Round Winners' Semi-Final Matches:
Tokyo Metropolitan Asuka High School  0 - 3  University of Tsukuba
Kanagawa University  0 - 2  Musashigaoka College

Final Match:
University of Tsukuba  0 - 0  Musashigaoka College
University of Tsukuba win 5-3 on penalties

Third-Place Playoff:
Tokyo Metropolitan Asuka High School  0 - 5  Kanagawa University

Fifth to Eighth Place Ranking Matches

First Round Losers' Semi-Final Matches:
Jumonji High School  0 - 2  Toyo University
Kanto Gakuen University  2 - 0  Shutoku Senior High School

Fifth-Place Playoff:
Toyo University  4 - 1  Kanto Gakuen University

Seventh-Place Playoff:
Jumonji High School  1 - 1  Shutoku Senior High School
Jumonji High School win 4-2 on penalties


Ninth to Sixteenth Place Ranking Matches

November 21st:
First Round Matches:
Shonan Gakuin High School  2 - 2  Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School
Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School win 5-4 on penalties
Juntendo University  1 - 2  Kuki High School
Seiritsu Gakuen High School  0 - 0  Honjo Daiichi High School
Seiritsu Gakuen High School win 3-2 on penalties
Tokyo International University  0 - 1  Shobi University

November 22nd:
First Round Winners' Semi-Final Matches:
Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School  1 - 0  Kuki High School
Seiritsu Gakuen High School  0 - 1  Shobi University

Ninth-Place Playoff:
Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School  0 - 4  Shobi University

Eleventh-Place Playoff:
Kuki High School  3 - 1  Seiritsu Gakuen High School

Thirteenth to Sixteenth Place Ranking Matches

First Round Losers' Semi-Final Matches:
Shonan Gakuin High School  2 - 2  Juntendo University
Juntendo University win 4-3 on penalties
Honjo Daiichi High School  3 - 2  Tokyo International University

Thirteenth-Place Playoff:
Juntendo University  3 - 2  Honjo Daiichi High School

Fifteenth-Place Playoff:
Shonan Gakuin High School  0 - 2  Tokyo International University


Seventeenth to Twenty-fourth Place Ranking Matches

November 21st:
First Round Matches:
Takasaki University of Health and Welfare High School  0 - 3  Keio University
University of Yamanashi  1 - 0  Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education
Yamato High School  2 - 3  Japan Women's College of Physical Education
Hanasaki Tokuhara High School  0 - 5  Makuhari Sohgoh High School

November 22nd:
First Round Winners' Semi-Final Matches:
Keio University  3 - 2  University of Yamanashi
Japan Women's College of Physical Education  1 - 1  Makuhari Sohgoh High School
Makuhari Sohgoh High School win 4-3 on penalties

Seventeenth-Place Playoff:
Keio University  2 - 1  Makuhari Sohgoh High School

Nineteenth-Place Playoff:
University of Yamanashi  3 - 0  Japan Women's College of Physical Education

First Round Losers' Semi-Final Matches:
Takasaki University of Health and Welfare High School  5 - 1  Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education
Yamato High School  0 - 1  Hanasaki Tokuhara High School

Twenty-first-Place Playoff:
Takasaki University of Health and Welfare High School  2 - 8  Hanasaki Tokuhara High School

Twenty-third-Place Playoff:
Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education  4 - 0  Yamato High School


Twenty-fifth to Thirtieth Place Ranking Matches

Not all matches were played

November 21st:
Japan Aviation High School  4 - 0  Tokiwa University High School
Ota Municipal High School  3 - 2  Yokohama Suiryo High School

November 22nd:
Chiba Meitoku High School  3 - 0  Ota Municipal High School
Tokiwa University High School  2 - 1  Yokohama Suiryo High School
Chiba Meitoku High School  0 - 2  Japan Aviation High School
Yokohama Suiryo High School  1 - 6  Japan Aviation High School
Tokiwa University High School  2 - 2  Ota Municipal High School


Kansai


Top Ranking Matches

August 21st:
Semi-Final Matches:
Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences  1 - 2  Daisho Gakuen High School
Hinomoto Gakuen Senior High School  3 - 1  Himeji Dokkyo University

August 22nd:
Final Match:
Daisho Gakuen High School  1 - 1  Hinomoto Gakuen Senior High School
Daisho Gakuen High School win 6-5 on penalties

Third-Place Playoff:
Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences  6 - 4  Himeji Dokkyo University


Fifth to Eighth Place Ranking Matches

August 21st:
Semi-Final Matches:
Osaka Gakugei Senior High School  3 - 1  Kobe Shinwa Women's University
Mukogawa Women's University  3 - 0  Otemon Gakuin Otemae High School

August 22nd:
Fifth-Place Playoff:
Osaka Gakugei Senior High School  1 - 0  Mukogawa Women's University

Seventh-Place Playoff:
Kobe Shinwa Women's University  0 - 2  Otemon Gakuin Otemae High School


Ninth to Twelfth Place Ranking Matches

August 21st:
Semi-Final Matches:
Osaka Toin High School  3 - 1  Osaka International University
Osaka Seisho High School  5 - 3  Kyoto Seika Gakuen High School

August 22nd:
Ninth-Place Playoff:
Osaka Toin High School  1 - 0  Osaka Seisho High School

Eleventh-Place Playoff:
Osaka International University  0 - 7  Kyoto Seika Gakuen High School


Chugoku and Shikoku


Top Ranking Matches

August 20th:
Semi-Final Matches:
IPU Women's College  2 - 2  Bunkyo High School attached to Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University
IPU Women's College win 5-4 on penalties 
Takahashi Nisshin High School  4 - 4  Kibi International University
Takahashi Nisshin High School win 4-3 on penalties

Final Match:
August 21st:
IPU Women's College  2 - 0  Takahashi Nisshin High School

Third-Place Playoff:
Bunkyo High School attached to Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University  6 - 1  Kibi International University


Fifth to Eighth Place Ranking Matches

August 20th:
Semi-Final Matches:  
Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University  1 - 5  Tokuyama University
Matsue Commercial High School  2 - 7  Okayama Sakuyo High School

August 21st:
Fifth-Place Playoff:
Tokuyama University  3 - 3  Okayama Sakuyo High School
Okayama Sakuyo High School win 7-6 on penalties

Seventh-Place Playoff:
Hiroshima Bunkyo Women's University  0 - 2  Matsue Commercial High School


Ninth to Twelfth Place Ranking Matches

August 20th:
Semi-Final Matches: 
Sanyo Jogakuen High School  0 - 1  Matsuyama Shinonome Senior High School
Kagawanishi High School  0 - 7  Naruto Uzushio High School

August 21st:
Ninth-Place Playoff:
Matsuyama Shinonome Senior High School  0 - 4  Naruto Uzushio High School

Eleventh-Place Playoff:
Sanyo Jogakuen High School  2 - 9  Kagawanishi High School

Sunday, 15 November 2015

AFC U-16 Women's Championship

Japan's Squad for the AFC U-16 Women's Championship 2015 in China
November 4th - November 15th

Goalkeepers:
1. Tanaka Momoko (Nippon TV Menina)
18. Yonezawa Moeka (Hinomoto Gakuen Senior High School)
21. Kogure Chiaki (Maebashi Ikuei High School)

Defenders:
2. Ono Nana (Nippon TV Menina)
3. Wakisaka Reina (Cerezo Osaka Sakai Ladies)
4. Ichinose Chisato (JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies U-18)
5. Takahira Miyu (JFA Academy Fukushima)
6. Takarada Saori (Cerezo Osaka Sakai Ladies)
15. Kanekatsu Rio (Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth)
16. Kanehira Risa (Hinomoto Gakuen Senior High School)
20. Morinaka Hina (Cerezo Osaka Sakai Ladies)
39. Ushijima Riko (Hinomoto Gakuen Senior High School)

Midfielders:
8. Karahashi Mayu (Albirex Niigata Ladies U-18)
10. Nagano Fuka (Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth)
13. Iseri Natsuki (JFA Academy Fukushima)
17. Kanno Oto (Nippon TV Menina)
19. Yonei Honoka (JFA Academy Fukushima)

Forwards:
7. Miyazawa Hinata (Seisa Kokusai High School)
9. Takahashi Hana (Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth)
11. Ueki Riko (Nippon TV Menina)
14. Kojima Seira (Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth)
24. Miura Haruka (Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth)
25. Endo Jun (JFA Academy Fukushima)

Manager:
Kusunose Naoki


Players with league experience in 2015

For Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies in Nadeshiko League Division 1:
Nagano Fuka: Fourteen appearances

For the JFA Academy Fukushima in the Challenge League:
Takahira Miyu: Thirteen appearances, one goal
Iseri Natsuki: Thirteen appearances
Yonei Honoka: Thirteen appearances
Endo Jun: Five appearances

For Cerezo Osaka Sakai Ladies in the Challenge League, including playoffs:
Wakisaka Reina: Fifteen appearances, one goal
Takarada Saori: Eighteen appearances, nine goals
Morinaka Hina: Sixteen appearances, one goal

Kanto League Division 1:
Ueki Riko of Nippon TV Menina in the leading scorer in Kanto League Division 1, with sixteen goals. Among the players who are joint-second on five goals is Kojima Seira of Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth, with Kanno Oto of Menina on four.


Tournament Fixtures

Group A

November 4th:
Thailand  4 - 0  I.R. Iran
China P.R.  3 - 3  Korea Republic


November 6th:
Korea Republic  0 - 1  Thailand
I.R. Iran  0 - 4  China P.R.


November 8th:
China P.R.  5 - 0  Thailand
I.R. Iran  0 - 5  Korea Republic


Group B

November 5th:
Japan  4 - 0  Uzbekistan
DPR Korea  5 - 0  Chinese Taipei


November 7th:
Uzbekistan  0 - 4  DPR Korea
Chinese Taipei  0 - 6  Japan


November 9th:
Japan  1 - 1  DPR Korea
Chinese Taipei  0 - 3  Uzbekistan


Semi-Final Matches

November 12th:
Japan  8 - 0  Thailand
China P.R.  1 - 2  DPR Korea


Third-Place Play-off Match,

November 15th:
Thailand  0 - 8  China P.R.


Final Match

November 15th:
Japan  0 - 1  DPR Korea

Liga Student Results/Standings (November 15th)

Kanto League Group A

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Daito Bunka University980149113824
2Kanagawa University962135112420
3Kanto Gakuen University953135152018
4Shonan Gakuin High School95132020016
5Bunkyo Gakuin Univ. Girls' SHS95042317615
6Honjo Daiichi High School94232019114
7Makuhari Sohgoh High School92251228-168
8University of Yamanashi92162030-107
9Japan Women's College of PE9216826-187
10Tokiwa University High School9009247-450

November 15th:
Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School  2 - 1  Honjo Daiichi High School

Regional Leagues Results/Standings (November 15th)

Tokai League Division One

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana SHS970231112021
2Fujieda Junshin High School96212691720
3Aichi Toho University92431419-510
4Iwata Higashi High School8314618-1210
5Iga FC Kunoichi Satellite604227-54
6Shimizu Daihachi Pleiades9117722-154

November 13th:
Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana Senior High School  4 - 2  Aichi Toho University


Tokai League Division Two

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGADiffPoints
1NGU Nagoya FC Ladies Youth77003853321
2FC Gifu Belta85121612416
3Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana JHS4211151057
4Toyota Ladies F.C.7214921-127
5Kariya FC Project Sonia5104611-53
6Toyo High School7016530-251

November 15th:
Toyota Ladies F.C.  3 - 1  Toyo High School




Chugoku League

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Tokuyama University109108668028
2Okayama Sakuyo High School1091056114528
3Diosa Izumo FC1070339142521
4Okayama Yunogo Belle U-18106132314919
5Aosaki SC Hanako Clover's1060438281018
6Hiroshima Okou FC1051433191416
7Bingo Fuchuu TAM-S105141918116
8FC Reve104061230-1812
9Freyia FC Venus102171550-357
10Yamato Nadeshiko101181448-344
11Yamaguchi Wings10118346-434
12FC Brancass Kurashiki10109559-543

November 15th:
Diosa Izumo FC  3 - 1  Yamato Nadeshiko

The 37th Empress' Cup Second Round

Second Round Matches, ties played on November 14th and 15th:

Match 17:
Nippon TV Beleza  3 - 1  Fujieda Junshin High School
(Attendance: 420)

Hasegawa Yui scored for Beleza after only five minutes and it appeared that the league champions would run away with this match but Kono Fuka equalised just two minutes later and Fujieda Junshin kept the score level until the fifty-seventh minute when Tanaka Mina found the net for the lead goal. Fujieda Junshin ran out of steam and Tanaka scored her second on seventy-six minutes there was no way back for the schoolgirls.

Match 18:
AS Harima Albion  2 - 2  Waseda University
Waseda University win 3-0 on penalties
(Attendance: 261)

Harima thought they had full control of this game as two goals in the second half from Sato Rina and Fushiki Kaho had them two goals up with fifteen minutes remaining. Waseda University were not going to go out without a fight and scored twice through Yamamoto Maya and Kawano Juri to send the game into extra time. Waseda remained on top but couldn't find a goal and the game went to penalties. Harima missed all three of their spot kicks, Waseda made no mistake with theirs and they progress to meet Beleza next week.

Match 19:
Speranza FC Osaka Takatsuki  6 - 0  NGU Nagoya FC Ladies
(Attendance: 277)

Takatsuki put their relegation worries behind them for the moment to record an easy six-goal win over Nagoya. Both Hazuki Yuki and Kitagawa Wakana scored twice, their other two goals coming from Enya Mari and Narumiya Yui.

Match 20:
Iga FC Kunoichi  3 - 0  Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences
(Attendance: 421)

The Osaka students did their best against Iga, but the top division side had enough to see them through. Gloria Douglas scored her first goal in any competition this year to get Iga off to a good start and an own goal at the start of the second half decided the contest. Sugita Ami scored a third for the Kunoichi with five minutes remaining.

Match 21:
Albirex Niigata Ladies  5 - 0  Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth
(Attendance: 116)

The Urawa youths did as well as could be expected with a number of their best players away at the AFC U-16 Championship in China. Niigata's goals came from five different scorers: Kamionobe Megumi, Saeki Aya, Oishi Sayaka, Saito Yuri and on her first ever appearance for the club, Kawasaki Saya of Tokiwagi Gakuen High School.

Match 22:
Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara  3 - 1  Nippon TV Menina
(Attendance: 142)

Menina took the lead in this game through Hara Ibuki in the sixty-sixth minute but Nagasawa Madoka equalised very shortly after for Nojima, and they went on to score twice more through Minamino Arisa and Yoshimi Natsuki to move on to the third round.

Match 23:
Nittaidai Fields Yokohama  5 - 1  Kamimura Gakuen High School
(Attendance: 122)

Nittaidai breezed past Kamimura Gakuen and into the next round with both Hirata Hikari and Uemura Shoko scoring braces and Uchida Misuzu getting on the scoresheet for the first time this season. Kamimura Gakuen's goal came from Hashitani Suguri.

Match 24:
JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies  1 - 0  Sfida Setagaya FC
(Attendance: 143)

This match was not nearly as close as the scoreline suggests though JEF United will be relieved to be through to the next round, their only goal today coming from Kawamura Mari.

Match 25:
Vegalta Sendai Ladies  3 - 0  Japan Soccer College Ladies
(Attendance: 329)

The Japan Soccer College held Sendai to a scoreless draw at half-time but Yasumoto Sawako opened the scoring two minutes after the restart and their was no way back for the students. In the final six minutes Nishikawa Asuka and Manya Miho both scored their first ever goals for Sendai, the latter coming on Manya's debut for the club.

Match 26:
Ehime FC Ladies  2 - 3  Daito Bunka University
(Attendance: 185)

Daito Bunka University provided the surprise result of the Second Round, beating Ehime 3-2 to move on to a big challenge against Vegalta Sendai. Ehime twice led, Kawamura Akari and Oya Ayumi their scorers but each time the students from Saitama replied, with Murayama Momoka scoring twice. The winner, scored six minutes from time, came from Yamazaki Wakana.

Match 27:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies  5 - 0  Yokohama FC Seagulls
(Attendance: 749)

The Seagulls are looking forward to playing for promotion to Division 2 later this year, though there is still a considerable gap to the top division sides, with Urawa today simply too much for them to contain. Osafune Kana, Kira Chinatsu, Naomoto Hikaru and Kishikawa Natsuki all scored before half-time and with two minutes remaining Shiraki Akari added a fifth.

Match 28:
AC Nagano Parceiro Ladies  6 - 1  Shizuoka Sangyo University Iwata Bonita
(Attendance: 1,192)

Shizuoka Sangyo held Nagano scoreless until half-time and will have felt that they should have been ahead, having failed to take advantage of some opportunities to score. Yajima Yuki finally got the lead goal for Nagano eight minutes into the second half, but Kubota Mitsuki equalised just seconds later for Shizuoka Sangyo. They couldn't keep Nagano out though, and the Division 2 champions scored five times in the final thirty minutes. There were two for Yokoyama Kumi, and one each for Kunisawa Shino, Saito Akane and Tomari Shiho.

Match 29:
Okayama Yunogo Belle  3 - 1  Yamato Sylphid
(Attendance: 884)

Belle were dominant against Yamato Sylphid but after Ishibuchi Yuki equalised Matsuoka Miki's opener to leave the score tied at half-time, the Okayama side relied on two goals from substitute Elizabeth Eddy to see them through.

Match 30:
AS Elfen Saitama  2 - 0  FC Kibikokusaidaigaku Charme
(Attendance: 81)

Relegated Saitama went ahead of Kibi after twenty-one minutes, Sugihara Haruna heading in her first goal for her new club and late in additional time Sarah Gregorius scored a second.

Match 31:
Ange Violet Hiroshima  2 - 1  Hinomoto Gakuen High School
(Attendance: 68)

Hiroshima scored twice in quick succession midway through the first half, Mizuno Yuri and Saito Hitomi the scorers, and although a goal from Hiratsuki Maki with fifteen minutes remaining made it interesting, Hiroshima held on for the win.

Match 32:
INAC Kobe Leonessa  4 - 0  Bunnys Kyoto SC
(Attendance: 1,264)

INAC Kobe were never likely to be in any trouble against Bunnys Kyoto, and so it proved as goals from Nakada Ayu, Kawasumi Nahomi and a brace from Masuya Rika saw the Kobe side go through easily to the next round.


Third Round Matches, ties to be played on November 21st and 22nd:

Match 33:
Nippon TV Beleza - Waseda University

Match 34:
Speranza FC Osaka Takatsuki - Iga FC Kunoichi

Match 35:
Albirex Niigata Ladies - Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara

Match 36:
Nittaidai Fields Yokohama - JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies

Match 37:
Vegalta Sendai Ladies - Daito Bunka University

Match 38:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies - AC Nagano Parceiro Ladies

Match 39:
Okayama Yunogo Belle - AS Elfen Saitama

Match 40:
Ange Violet Hiroshima - INAC Kobe Leonessa


Quarter-Final Matches, ties to be played on December 19th:

Match 41:
Winners of Match 33 - Winners of Match 34

Match 42:
Winners of Match 35 - Winners of Match 36

Match 43:
Winners of Match 37 - Winners of Match 38

Match 44:
Winners of Match 39 - Winners of Match 40


Semi-Final Matches, ties to be played on December 23rd:

Match 45:
Winners of Match 41 - Winners of Match 42

Match 46:
Winners of Match 43 - Winners of Match 44


Final Match, to be played on December 27th:

Match 47:
Winners of Match 45 - Winners of Match 46

All-Japan Women's Inter-Collegiate Championships 2015 - Latest Results & Standings

Kanto

Promotion/Relegation Playoffs

November 15th:
Teikyo Heisei University  2 - 0  Kanto Gakuen University
Chiba University  2 - 3  Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education
Ryutsu Keizai University  2 - 5  Jumonji University

Teikyo Heisei University are promoted to Division 1. Kanto Gakuen University are relegated to Division 2.

The Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education retain their place in Divison 2.

Jumonji University retain their place in Divison 2.

Sunday, 8 November 2015

Liga Student Results/Standings (November 8th)

Kanto League Group B

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Jumonji High School99004984127
2Toyo University980134102424
3Shutoku Senior High School970238102821
4Kuki High School95133027316
5Chiba Meitoku High School94051519-412
6Tokyo International University93151421-710
7Takasaki Univ. of H & W HS92251529-148
8Tokyo Women's College of PE92251033-238
9Keio University9027320-172
10Yokohama Suiryo High School90271243-312

November 8th:
Chiba Meitoku High School  0 - 2  Shutoku Senior High School


Kanto League Group C

PlayedWonDrawnLostGFGA+/-Points
1Musashigaoka College98104673925
2University of Tsukuba970245103521
3Tokyo Met. Asuka High School97023182321
4Shobi University961227111619
5Juntendo University95131713416
6Seiritsu Gakuen High School93061627-119
7Yamato High School92251337-248
8Hanasaki Tokuhara High School9216929-207
9Japan Aviation High School9117728-214
10Ota Municipal High School9018243-411

November 3rd:
Juntendo University  0 - 4  University of Tsukuba

The 37th Empress' Cup First Round

First Round Matches, ties played on November 7th and 8th:

Match 1:
Diosa Izumo F.C.  0 - 4  Fujieda Junshin High School
(Attendance: 115)

Diosa Izumo were knocked out of contention for promotion to the Challenge League last week and were easily beaten by Fujieda Junshin High School, for whom Kimotsuki Moe opened the scoring in the first half. After the break Yokozawa Mai added a second before a brace from first year student Iwashita Kurumi ensured the scoreline reflected more accurately Junshin's superiority. Their reward is a match against reigning league and cup champions Nippon TV Beleza.

Match 2:
Waseda University  1 - 0  Fukuoka J. Anclas
(Attendance: 101)

Fukuoka J. Anclas became the first Nadeshiko League club to be knocked out of this year's cup competition as Matsubara Arisa scored in first half additional time to give Waseda University a well-deserved victory. Waseda will again fancy their chances against AS Harima Albion in the Second Round.

Match 3:
Niigata University of Health and Welfare  1 - 2  NGU Nagoya FC Ladies (aet)
(Attendance: 150)

A marvellous goal from Takahashi Miyuki gave the NUHW the lead with less than half an hour of this match to go, but Sugiyama Yuka equalised with twelve minutes remaining to force extra time. Seven minutes into the extra period Tokiwagi Gakuen High School and Kibi International University graduate Koike Ayano scored direct from a free kick to give her childhood team the lead for the first time. Nagoya next take on Takatsuki, who have relegation worries.

Match 4:
Kanto Gakuen University  0 - 5  Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences
(Attendance: 92)

Last year's inter-collegiate runners-up were far too much for Kanto Gakuen University to contain and the Osaka side easily beat them to move on to a meeting with Iga FC Kunoichi. Honda Yuka scored the OUHS's first two goals and they went three ahead courtesy of an own goal. Two further goals from Yoshida Shiho and Mihashi Mana in the final ten minutes underlined the Kansai team's superiority.

Match 5:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth  0 - 0  JFA Academy Fukushima
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth win 5-4 on penalties after extra time
(Attendance: 280)

Last year Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth lost on penalties to AS Harima Albion having dominated the match, but this year they had a happier ending against the JFA Academy Fukushima, Kizaki Aoi scoring the final penalty which takes them through to play Albirex Niigata Ladies.

Match 6:
Chinzei Gakuin High School  2 - 3  Nippon TV Menina
(Attendance: 106)

Following a scoreless first half, this game exploded into life after the break, with Chinzei Gakuin taking the lead through Murakami Mao four minutes after the restart. Menina responded with two goals in three minutes, Hara Ibuki and Shimanaka Miho the scorers. Just as Menina felt that they had a grip on the game, Chinzei Gakuin equalised through Yoshioka Anan. Menina kept their heads and went ahead for good with less than fifteen minutes remaining, Shimanaka scoring her second of the game. All three Menina goals were created by Miura Narumi and she will look forward to taking on Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara next Saturday.

Match 7:
Kamimura Gakuen High School  3 - 0  Club Fields Linda
(Attendance: 88)

Kamimura Gakuen eased into the Second Round with a straightforward three-goal victory over Sapporo's Club Fields Linda. Sonoda Yuuna scored in both halves with Yoshida Eri adding the third deep into additional time. Inter-collegiate champions Nittaidai lay in wait for the Kagoshima schoolgirls.

Match 8:
Sfida Setagaya FC  9 - 0  Seiwa Gakuen High School
(Attendance: 220)

Seiwa Gakuen suffered the heaviest defeat of any team in the opening round, with Sfida Setagaya showing no mercy from the first minutes. Mori Hitomi scored a hat-trick and there was a goal each for Nakamura Yushika, Sunoki Yurie, Nagata Maya, Nagasaki Akane, Nagasawa Yume and Fukuhara Nao. A tougher challenge awaits in the form of JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies.

Match 9:
Japan Soccer College Ladies  1 - 0  Tokoha Gakuen Tachibana Senior High School
(Attendance: 73)

The Japan Soccer College were recently relegated from Nadeshiko League Division 1 but found some relief from their woes today as they beat Tokoha Gakuen in a tight game, the only goal scored by Sakaguchi Yuki two minutes after half-time. The College next play Vegalta Sendai Ladies.

Match 10:
Daito Bunka University  2 - 0  Norddea Hokkaido
(Attendance: 250)

Kanto Universities League Division 2 side Daito Bunka University saw off Norddea Hokkaido of the Challenge League with surprising ease, the two-goal margin of victory belying the level of their superiority. Both goals came early in the game, the first from Yamazaki Moeko and the second from Murayama Momoka. Daito Bunka next play Ehime FC Ladies.

Match 11:
Tokiwagi Gakuen High School  0 - 1  Yokohama FC Seagulls
(Attendance: 167)

These sides have met five times this season, and this was Yokohama's third win over Tokiwagi Gakuen, who now move on to concentrate on the High School Championships to be held in January. Yoshida Mizuki, the Seagulls' top scorer in the Challenge League, scored the only goal today six minutes into the second half. Yokohama's next opponent are last year's runners-up Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies.

Match 12:
Shizuoka Sangyo University Iwata Bonita  8 - 0  Ryukyu Deigos
(Attendance: 130)

Shizuoka Sangyo had no trouble in getting past Okinawa's first ever cup representative, and their were two goals each for Oda Kanna, Kuchiki Hikaru and Hirano Asami. Nishiyama Mei and Kubota Mitsuki, neither of whom scored in the league this year, both scored to round off a fine victory. They are likely to find the ambitious Nadeshiko League Division 2 champions Nagano a very different proposition.

Match 13:
Shikoku University Egrets  0 - 5  Yamato Sylphid
(Attendance: 136)

Shikoku University's new team was only founded this year and performed as well as could have been expected against Yamato Sylphid, who move on to face Okayama Yunogo Belle. Shikata Nao, who along with goalkeeper Onodera Shiho won the cup with Beleza, scored twice and there were also two goals for Naito Yuka with Suga Momoka also getting herself on the score sheet.

Match 14:
Kaishi Gakuen Japan Soccer College High School  0 - 4  FC Kibikokusaidaigaku Charme
(Attendance: 158)

Kibi put their recent troubles behind them to set up a date with AS Elfen Saitama, who were relegated today from Nadeshiko League Division 1. Yoshitake Manami had Kibi ahead after five minutes, and Kurakazu Shiho scored the crucial second in first half additional time. Kibi scored twice in the second half, their top scorer in the league this year, first year student Ikejiri Mayu with the first and Tachibana Mami with the second.

Match 15:
Hinomoto Gakuen High School  4 - 3  Tokuyama University (aet)
(Attendance: 177)

A thrilling match featuring five goals in extra time was finally decided in favour of the national high school champions from Himeji, who next play Ange Violet Hiroshima. Tokuyama University got off to the perfect start with a goal in the first minute from Ryu Sayaka. Hinomoto Gakuen equalised with a goal from Fujio Kirara and into twenty minutes of extra time the sides went. Tokuyama University again took the lead, Fujiki Sanoka the scorer on this occasion. Hinomoto Gakuen then scored twice to take the lead for the first time, Komatsu Yuki and Hiratuksa Maki scoring two fine goals, Hiratsuka's coming direct from a free kick. Tokuyama drew level three minutes later, Ichikawa Saki showing no nerves as she put away a spot kick. With two minutes remaining, Hinomoto Gakuen finally scored the winning goal, Yamamoto Kotoe staying calm to put the ball away after a scramble in the box.

Match 16:
University of Tsukuba  1 - 1  Bunnys Kyoto SC
Bunnys Kyoto SC win 4-3 on penalties after extra time
(Attendance: 68)

A tense game went to penalties as there was little to choose between the University of Tsukuba - the first-half leaders thanks to a Taira Remi goal - and Bunnys Kyoto SC, perennial league strugglers. Bunnys drew level seven minutes after the restart thanks to Kushige Aoi, who was their top scorer in the league this year. In the shootout the University of Tsukuba missed twice, Shibuya Yumiko with the winning strike which takes Bunnys through to face INAC Kobe Leonessa in the Second Round.


Second Round Matches, ties to be played on November 14th and 15th:

Match 17:
Nippon TV Beleza - Fujieda Junshin High School

Match 18:
AS Harima Albion - Waseda University

Match 19:
Speranza FC Osaka Takatsuki - NGU Nagoya FC Ladies

Match 20:
Iga FC Kunoichi - Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences

Match 21:
Albirex Niigata Ladies - Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies Youth

Match 22:
Nojima Stella Kanagawa Sagamihara - Nippon TV Menina

Match 23:
Nittaidai Fields Yokohama - Kamimura Gakuen High School

Match 24:
JEF United Ichihara Chiba Ladies - Sfida Setagaya FC

Match 25:
Vegalta Sendai Ladies - Japan Soccer College Ladies

Match 26:
Ehime FC Ladies - Daito Bunka University

Match 27:
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies - Yokohama FC Seagulls

Match 28:
AC Nagano Parceiro Ladies - Shizuoka Sangyo University Iwata Bonita

Match 29:
Okayama Yunogo Belle - Yamato Sylphid

Match 30:
AS Elfen Saitama - FC Kibikokusaidaigaku Charme

Match 31:
Ange Violet Hiroshima - Hinomoto Gakuen High School

Match 32:
INAC Kobe Leonessa - Bunnys Kyoto SC


Third Round Matches, ties to be played on November 21st and 22nd:

Match 33:
Winners of Match 17 - Winners of Match 18

Match 34:
Winners of Match 19 - Winners of Match 20

Match 35:
Winners of Match 21 - Winners of Match 22

Match 36:
Winners of Match 23 - Winners of Match 24

Match 37:
Winners of Match 25 - Winners of Match 26

Match 38:
Winners of Match 27 - Winners of Match 28

Match 39:
Winners of Match 29 - Winners of Match 30

Match 40:
Winners of Match 31 - Winners of Match 32


Quarter-Final Matches, ties to be played on December 19th:

Match 41:
Winners of Match 33 - Winners of Match 34

Match 42:
Winners of Match 35 - Winners of Match 36

Match 43:
Winners of Match 37 - Winners of Match 38

Match 44:
Winners of Match 39 - Winners of Match 40


Semi-Final Matches, ties to be played on December 23rd:

Match 45:
Winners of Match 41 - Winners of Match 42

Match 46:
Winners of Match 43 - Winners of Match 44


Final Match, to be played on December 27th:

Match 47:
Winners of Match 45 - Winners of Match 46