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1996 Asian Super Cup

1996 Asian Super Cup
Event 1996 Asian Super Cup
First leg
Date July 31, 1996
Second leg
Date August 7, 1996
Venue Mitsuzawa Stadium, Yokohama, Japan

The 1996 Asian Super Cup was the 2nd Asian Super Cup, a football match played between the winners of the previous season's Asian Club Championship and Asian Cup Winners Cup competitions. The 1996 competition was contested by Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma of South Korea, who won the 1995 Asian Club Championship, and Bellmare Hiratsuka of Japan, the winners of the 1995–96 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

Route to the Super Cup

Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma

Opponents Round Score1 Ilhwa Chunma goalscorers
GD Lam Pak First round 8–02 ?
Pahang FA Second round 5–2 ?
Thai Farmers Bank FC Quarterfinals 1–1 ?
Persib Bandung Quarterfinals 5–2 ?
Verdy Kawasaki Quarterfinals 1–0 ?
Saipa Semifinals 1–0 (AET) Lee Kwang-Hyun Goal 104'
Al-Nasr finals 1–0 (AET) Lee Tae-Hong Goal 110'

1Ilhwa Chunma goals always recorded first.
2 GD Lam Pak withdrew after the 1st leg.

Bellmare Hiratsuka

Opponents Round Score1 Bellmare Hiratsuka goalscorers
Sabah FA Second round 7–1 ?
Petrokimia Putra Quarterfinals 7–0 ?
Yokohama Flügels Semifinals 4–3 (AET) Evair Goal 56'89' (pen.), Mitsuoka Goal 83'
Al Talaba Final 2–1 Narahashi Goal 27', Nakata Goal 81'

1Bellmare Hiratsuka goals always recorded first.

Match summary

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma 6-3 Bellmare Hiratsuka 5-3 1-0

First match

Second Game


Asian Super Cup 1996

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