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The All Japan High School Soccer Tournament (全国高等学校サッカー選手権大会, Zenkoku kōtō gakkō sakkā senshuken taikai, 全国高校サッカー選手権大会, Zenkoku kō kō sakkā senshuken taikai) of Japan, commonly known as "Winter Kokuritsu" (冬の国立 Fuyu no Kokuritsu), is an annual nationwide high school soccer tournament that occurs in the Winter Season.

It takes place from December to January with 48 best high school teams across the nation competing in a final tournament stage.

The winners of the most recent tournament are Enoshima High, with Kakeru Aizawa winning top scorer and Araki Ryuuchi winning player of the tournament.

Teams Qualified[]

All Japan High School Soccer Tournament
Left Bracket Right Bracket
  • Takiyama Daini (Hyogo)
  • Getsuryo (Ishikawa)
  • Chikano (Iwate)
  • Anan First Commercial (Tokushima)
  • Ou (Miyagi)
  • Gotsu (Kumamoto)
  • Gokokuji Daiichi (Tokyo B)
  • Meiwa Private (Kochi)
  • Dewa First Commercial (Akita)
  • Kumikawa (Kyoto)
  • Hatsushiba Yamamoto (Wakayama)
  • Haruoka (Fukui)
  • Shukyu Soccer Academy (Tokyo A)
  • Naha Higashi (Okinawa)
  • Shoji (Fukushima)
  • Saga Minami (Saga)
  • Sugisho (Nagano)
  • Naniwa Daiichi University (Osaka)
  • Echigo Nishi (Niigata)
  • Matsue-Shonan University (Shimane)
  • Aomori Sawada (Aomori)
  • Sanuki Nishi (Kagawa)
  • Hajiro (Yamagata)
  • Jinmachi (Kagoshima)
  • Niraeda (Yamanashi)
  • Fukuoka Kita (Fukuoka)
  • Nijocho (Nara)
  • Shimonoseki (Yamaguchi)
  • Yosho (Miyazaki)
  • Sakaiminato (Tottori)
  • Hoou (Shiga)
  • Tobudai (Saitama)
  • Uwa Shimanishi (Ehime)
  • Hiroshima Minagi (Hiroshima)
  • Chukyo Industries (Aichi)
  • Oita Nishizaki (Oita)
  • Gifu Nishi (Gifu)
  • Yachigusa (Chiba)
  • Toyama Daini (Toyama)
  • Tochigi Nakafusa (Tochigi)
  • Kunioka Institute (Nagasaki)
  • Kashima Minami (Ibaraki)
  • Takasaki Institute (Gunma)
  • Yokkaichi Industries (Mie)
  • Muroran (Hokkaido)
  • Sakugo (Okayama)
  • Shizuna Academy (Shizuoka)
  • Enoshima (Kanagawa)

Notable Teams:[]

  • Tokyo Shukyu/Shukyu Soccer Academy: The champions of the Inter-High specifcally established as a academy for elite soccer with a max of touted Japanese players and international stars such as Leonardo Silva (Winger), Riccardo Bernandini (DF) and Patrick Jemba (ST).
  • Enoshima High: The school of the protagonist Kakeru Aizawa making their second appearence at Nationals. Qualified out of the competitive Kanagawa prefecture qualifiers defeating powerhouses Yoin Academy and Kamakura High who were the finalists in the Inter-High tournament in the summer. They were a seeded team skipping the first round due to the Kanagawa representitives previous finish. They ended up winning the tournament as underdogs.
  • Hoou Academy: A suprise team from Shiga prefectures whose offensive free-flowing football style and similing players led to some large victories, they scored alot of goals before losing in the Semi-Finals to Enoshima.
  • Shizuna Academy: They won the extremely tough Shizuoka prefecture qualifiers and finished in the best eight of the Inter-High to Kamakura, they were defeated 4-0 by Enoshima in the second round.

Matches[]

First Round

Chikano High vs Anan First Commercial High (-)

Ou High vs Gotsu High (-)

Gokokuji Daiichi vs Meiwa Private High (-)

Dewa First Commercial High vs Kumikawa High (-)

Hajiro High vs Jinmachi Academy (-) Second Round

Takiyama Daini High School vs Getsuryo High School (-)

Haruoka High vs Hatsushiba Yamamoto High (-)

Shukyu Soccer Academy vs Naha Higashi High (-)

Shoji High vs Saga Minami High (-)

Sugisho Academy vs Naniwa Daiichi High (-)

Echigo Nishi High vs Matsue Shonan High (-)

Aomori Sawada High vs Sanuki Nishi High (-)

Enoshima High vs Shizuna Academy

Third Round

Enoshima High vs Yokkachai Industrial (1-0)

Quarter-Finals

Enoshima High vs Yachigusa (3-2)

Semi Finals

Enoshima High vs Hoou Gakuin (3-2)

Finals

Enoshima High vs Tokyo Shuukyu Academy (5-4)

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