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“Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football Super Prince League 2020” to kick-off in late August – Details determined for Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football League 2020

31 July 2020

“Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football Super Prince League 2020” to kick-off in late August – Details determined for Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football League 2020

After the league was postponed due to the effects of COVID-19, Japan Football Association has determined the outline of the 2020 edition of “Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football League.” Part of the league will be held as the “Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football Super Prince League 2020,” a joint league between the Premier and Prince League which will kick-off around late August to September.

Following last year, the tournament’s main visual will continue to feature AOI Ashito, the main character of the popular comic series “Aoashi.” The tournament’s catchphrase, “That one strike will open up the future,” was determined through a pre-season vote held on Twitter.

Fixtures, schedule, and match venues will be announced onJFA.jpas soon as they are determined.

Competition Information

Title

Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football Super Prince League 2020 Tohoku・Tokai・Kansai・Chugoku・Kyushu
Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football Prince League 2020 Hokkaido・Kanto・Hokushinetsu・Shikoku
Prince Takamado Trophy JFA U-18 Football Premier League 2020 Kanto
*Kanto will be the only region to host both Prince League and Premier League

Host

Regional FAs
*Premier League Kanto will be hosted by JFA and Kanto Football Association

Support

Japan Football Association

Sponsor

JFA Youth & Development Official Partner
Iris Ohyama Inc., Toyota Motor Corporation, Nichiban Co., Ltd., Molten Corporation

Event Information

*Depending on the situation surrounding COVID-19, schedules are subject to change.
*This year’s league standings will not affect next year’s entry qualification. (No relegation/promotion)

RegionCompetitionTeamsPeriodFormat
Hokkaido Prince League 8 9/5~November Single round-robin
Tohoku Super Prince League 12 8/29~October Single round-robin + Play-offs
Kanto Premier League 8 9/5~December Single round-robin
Prince League 10 9/5~December Single round-robin
Hokushinetsu Prince League 10 9/6~November Single round-robin + Play-offs
Tokai Super Prince League 14 9/5~December Single round-robin + Play-offs
Kansai Super Prince League 14 8/29~December Single round-robin + Play-offs
Chugoku Super Prince League 11 9/5~December Single round-robin
Shikoku Prince League 10 9/5~December Single round-robin
Kyushu Super Prince League 12 9/5~November Single round-robin + Play-offs
Participating Teams

★: Premier League Teams(20) ☆FA League Teams(2)

Hokkaido (8teams)

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo U-18
Asahikawa-Jitsugyo High School
Sapporo Daichi High School
Komazawa Univ. Tomakomai High School
Sapporo Otani High School
Sapporo Sosei High school
Tokai University Sapporo Senior High School
Hokkaido Otani Muroran High School

Tohoku (12teams)

Group A

Aomori Yamada High School★
Montedio Yamagata Youth
Vegalta Sendai Youth
Tono Senior High School
Seiko Gakuin High School
Blaublitz Akita U-18☆

Group B

Shoshi High School
Aomori Yamada High School Second
Sendai Ikuei Gakuen High School
Morioka Commercial High School
Teikyo Asaka High School
Seiwa Gakuen High School

Kanto/Prince (10teams)

Kashima Antlers Youth
Mitsubishi Yowa SC Youth
Maebashi Ikuei High School
Kawasaki Frontale U-18
Tokyo Verdy Youth
Teikyo Senior High School
Kiryu Daiichi High School
Yaita Chuo High School
Yamanashi Gakuin Senior High School
Shohei High School

Kanto/Premier (8teams)

Urawa Red Diamonds Youth★
Omiya Ardija U18★
Funabashi Municipal High School★
Kashiwa Reysol U-18★
Ryutsu Keizai University Kashiwa High School★
FC Tokyo U-18★
Yokohama F. Marinos Youth★
Yokohama FC Youth★

Hokushinetsu (10teams)

Group A

Teikyo Nagaoka High School
Albirex Niigata U-18
Hokuetsu High School
Niigata Meikun High School
Matsumoto Yamaga FC U-18

Group B

Toyama Daiichi High School
Maruoka High School
Seiryo Senior High School
Kataller Toyama U-18
Zweigen Kanazawa U-18

Tokai (14teams)

Group A

Nagoya Grampus U-18★
JFA Academy Fukushima U-18
Shizuoka Gakuen Senior High School
Teikyo University Kani Senior High School
Hamamatsu Kaiseikan High School
Tokoha Senior High School
Yokkaichi Chuo Technical High School

Group B

Shimizu S-Pulse Youth★
Jubilo Iwata U-18★
Shimizu Sakuragaoka High School
Fujieda Higashi High School
Fuji Municipal High School
Fujieda Meisei Senior High School
Chukyo University Senior High School☆

Kansai (14teams)

Group A

Kyoto Sanga F.C. U-18★
Cerezo Osaka U-18★
Kyoto Tachibana High School
Kokoku High School
Konko Osaka High School
Hatsushiba Hashimoto Senior High School
Riseisha High School

Group B

Gamba Osaka Youth★
Vissel Kobe U-18★
Hannan University Senior High School
Tokai University Osaka Gyosei High School
Sanda Gakuen Senior High School
Osaka Toin Senior High School
Osaka Sangyo University High School

Chugoku (11teams)

Sanfrecce Hiroshima F.C Youth★
Okayama Gakugeikan High School
Yonago Kita High School
Sakuyo High School
Rissho Shonan High School
Fagiano Okayama U-18
Hiroshima Minami High School
Setouchi High School
Shujitsu High School
Tamanokonan High School
Gainare Tottori U-18

Shikoku (10teams)

Ehime FC U-18
Tokushima Vortis Youth
Tokushima Municipal High School
Imabari Higashi Chutokyoiku High School
Kamatamare Sanuki U-18
Otemae Takamatsu High School
Kochi Chuo High School
Kagawa Nishi High School
Kochi High School
Jinsei Gakuen High School

Kyushu (12teams)

Group A

Higashi Fukuoka High School★
Sagan Tosu U-18★*
Avispa Fukuoka U-18
Oita Trinita U-18
Kyushu International University High School
Chikuyo Gakuen High School

Group B

Ozu High School★
Nissho Gakuen High School
Kamimura Gakuen High School
Roasso Kumamoto Youth
V-Varen Nagasaki U-18
Kunimi High School

*Sagan Tosu will enter as one team

Fixture/Schedule

Fixtures, schedule, and match venues will be announced onJFA.jpas soon as they are determined. (mid-August)

Main Visual

* “Aoshi” is a Japanese comic series written and illustrated by KOBAYASHI Yugo. The comic features football at the J.League youth category and the series have been published on “Big Comic Spirits” (Shogakukan) since the June 2015 edition. Currently, 21 volumes have been released. The comic was nominated in fourth place of the 2017 Manga Awards, and it was made into theatrical play in 2019. The comic spotlights the great fascination and depth of football and considered as a comic book that can fascinate adults.

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