The 21st Denso Cup Korea-Japan college football regular match will be held in Japan.
The Korean college football selection team, led by Dankook University coach Park Jong-gwan, will play the Denso Cup Korea-Japan college football regular match against the Japanese college football selection team at Urawa Komaba Stadium in Saitama, Japan on the 21st. Korea lost last year’s expedition to Japan, and won the match held at home. Both sides shared one win each.
The 22-member squad was convened on the 8th. Until the 18th, he will have convocation training at Tongyeong and Paju NFC (National Training Center) in Gyeongnam, and will depart for Japan, the final battleground, on the 19th. On the coaching staff, Sungkyunkwan University coach Kim Jeong-chan and Soongsil University coach Kim Young-moo assist coach Park Jong-gwan.더블유 토토
On the 20th, prior to the regular Denso Cup Korea-Japan college football match, the 1st year championship and women’s university division matches will be held. Unlike previous years, a total of three matches were scheduled.
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◇ The 21st Denso Cup Korea-Japan College Football regular season roster
Goalkeeper = Lim Ki-mok (Yongin University) Kim Seong-gon (Jeonju University)
Defender = Kim Kwang-hee (Dankook University) Jin Si-woo (Yonsei University) Park Seok-ha (Hanyang University) Isan (Soongsil University) Yun Sang-eun (Hannam University) Bae Jin-woo (Jeju International University)
Midfielder = Park Sang-joon (Ulsan University) Park Jae-seong (Sangji University) Ryu Jun-seon (Sungkyunkwan University) Choi Kang-min (Daegu Arts University) Han Seung-jin (Ajou University) Striker = Kim Kang-ho (Dongguk University) Park Se-min (Myongji University) Cho Yong-
jun (Sungkyunkwan University) Youngyoon Son (Kwangwoon University) Heegun Kim (Catholic Kwandong University) Jinyeong Park (Hongik University) Jaesang Jeong (Dankook University) Juyoung Park (Kyunghee University) Chaeung Kim (Korea University)