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Asian Super Cup 1995

1995 Asian Super Cup
Event 1995 Asian Super Cup
First leg
Date July 29, 1995
Venue Suphanburi, Thailand
Second leg
Date August 2, 1995
Venue Mitsuzawa Stadium, Yokohama, Japan

The 1995 Asian Super Cup was the 1st 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 1995 competition was contested by Thai Farmers Bank of Thailand, who won the 1994–95 Asian Club Championship, and Yokohama Flügels of Japan, the winners of the 1994–95 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

Route to the Super Cup

Thai Farmers Bank

Opponents Round Score1 Farmers Bank goalscorers
Mohun Bagan Second round 7–02 ?
Liaoning Quarterfinals 2–0 ?
Verdy Kawasaki Quarterfinals 1–2 ?
Ilhwa Chunma Quarterfinals 0–1 ?
FK Neftchy Farg'ona Semifinals 2–2 (AET, 3 PK 2) ?
Al-Arabi Final 1–0  82'

1Farmers Bank goals always recorded first.
2 The AFC ordered that 2nd leg was to be played in Malaysia due to a plague threat in India, but Mohun Bagan objected to the ruling; they were ejected from the competition, fined $3000 and banned from AFC competitions for three years.

Yokohama Flügels

Opponents Round Score1 Yokohama goalscorers
East Bengal Second round (w/o)
Instant Dict Quarterfinals 4–3 ?
Telephone Org. Thailand Semifinals 4–2 ?
Al Shabab Final 2–1  95'

1Yokohama' goals always recorded first.

Game summary

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Thai Farmers Bank 3-4 Yokohama Flügels 1-1 2-3

First Game

July 29, 1995
Thai Farmers Bank 1–1 Yokohama Flügels
 88'  76'

Second Game

August 2, 1995
Yokohama Flügels 3–2 Thai Farmers Bank


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