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1931

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  • 8th All-Japan High School Football Tournament

    Sixth High School takes title (January 1-6, Kyoto Okazaki Park, 19 schools participate * Formerly Inter-High)
    1st round 2-1 Seijo 2nd round 8-0 Eighth High School
    Quarter-final 2-0 Mito High School
    Semi-final 3-1 University of Tokyo
    Final 1-0 Firts High School

  • 13th All-Japan Junior High School Football Championship Tournament(Currently, High School Championship)

    Mikage Normal School (representatives of Hyogo/Sanin region) takes victory (January 2-6, Koshien Stadium, 9 schools participate)
    Quarter-final 3-1 Aichi First Normal School (Tokai)
    Semi-final 2-0 Aoyama Normal School (Kanto)
    Final 3-1 Hiroshima First Junior High School (Chugoku)

  • 10th All-Japan Championship Tournament(Currently, Emperor's Cup)

    Kwansei Gakuin Club takes victory (Febrary 8 - 11, Koshien South Sports Ground, Hyogo, 4 teams participate)
    Semi-final 8-5 Ryoyou Club
    Final 3-0 Keio RBR

  • 9th Kansai Student League

    Kwansei Gakuin University takes victory (September 24 - November 29)
    (1) Kwansei Gakuin University W5
    (2) Kyoto University W4 L1
    (3) Kansai University W3 L2
    (4) Osaka University of Commerce W2 L3
    (5) Kobe University of Commerce W1 L4
    (6) Osaka Institute of Technology L5

  • 8th Kanto University League

    University of Tokyo take sixth successive title (September 27 - December 5)
    (1) University of Tokyo W5
    (2) Keio University W4 L1
    (3) Waseda University W2 D1 L2
    (4) First High School W2 D1 L2
    (5) University of Agriculture 1W L4
    (6) Meiji University L5

  • 11th All-Japan Championship Tournament / 6th Meiji Shrine Tournament(Currently, Emperor's Cup)

    University of Tokyo LB takes victory (October 28 - 31, Meiji Shrine Stadium, Tokyo, 7 teams participate)
    1st round 2-1 Kwansei Gakuin University
    Semi-final 2-0 Second High School Club (Tohoku)
    Final 5-1 Kobun Junior High School (Chugoku)

  • 3rd East-West University 1st Place Challenge Match (University Championship Play-Off)

    December 13 - University of Tokyo 2-2 Kwansei Gakuin University (Meiji Shrine Outer Garden Stadium)

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