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The Rice Bowl is an annual American football
American football
national championship game held in Japan every January 3 that pits the champion of college football and the champion of the corporate X-League.[1] The game can draw over 40,000 spectators.

Contents

1 All Star Era 2 X-League Era

2.1 X-League Era Results

3 Records of teams 4 References 5 External links

All Star Era[edit]

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X-League Era[edit] X-League Era Results[edit]

Date Game College Team Score X-League Stadium Attendance

January 3, 1984 37 Kyoto 29-28 Renown Rovers National Stadium

January 3, 1985 38 Nihon 53-21 Renown Rovers National Stadium

January 3, 1986 39 Kwansei Gakuin 42-45 Renown Rovers National Stadium

January 3, 1987 40 Kyoto 35-34 Renown Rovers National Stadium

January 3, 1988 41 Kyoto 42-8 Renown Rovers National Stadium

January 3, 1989 42 Nihon 47-7 Renown Rovers National Stadium

January 3, 1990 43 Nihon 42-14 Asahi Beer Silver Star National Stadium

January 3, 1991 44 Nihon 35-13 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1992 45 Kwansei Gakuin 6-28 Onward Oaks Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1993 46 Kyoto 20-29 Asahi Beer Silver Star Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1994 47 Kwansei Gakuin 23-28 Asahi Beer Silver Star Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1995 48 Ritsumeikan 14-16 Matsushita Electric Works Impulse Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1996 49 Kyoto 35-21 Matsushita Electric Works Impulse Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1997 50 Kyoto 16-19 Recruit Seagulls Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1998 51 Hosei 0-39 Kashima Deers Tokyo Dome

January 3, 1999 52 Ritsumeikan 16-30 Recruit Seagulls Tokyo Dome

January 3, 2000 53 Kwansei Gakuin 17-33 Asahi Beer Silver Star Tokyo Dome

January 3, 2001 54 Hosei 13-52 Asahi Soft Drink Challengers Tokyo Dome

January 3, 2002 55 Kwansei Gakuin 30-27 Asahi Soft Drink Challengers Tokyo Dome

January 3, 2003 56 Ritsumeikan 36-13 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome

January 3, 2004 57 Ritsumeikan 28-16 Onward Oaks Tokyo Dome

January 3, 2005 58 Ritsumeikan 7-26 Matsushita Electric Works Impulse Tokyo Dome 28,000

January 3, 2006 59 Hosei 17-47 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome 28,041

January 3, 2007 60 Hosei 29-30 Onward Oaks Tokyo Dome 32,598

January 3, 2008 61 Kwansei Gakuin 38-52 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome 34,487

January 3, 2009 62 Ritsumeikan 17-13 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome 34,655

January 3, 2010 63 Kansai 16-19 Kashima Deers Tokyo Dome 35,742

January 3, 2011 64 Ritsumeikan 0-24 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome 35,750

January 3, 2012 65 Kwansei Gakuin 28-38 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome 25,059

January 3, 2013 66 Kwansei Gakuin 15-21 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome 27,371

January 3, 2014 67 Kwansei Gakuin 16-34 Obic Seagulls Tokyo Dome 29,564

January 3, 2015 68 Kwansei Gakuin 24-33 Fujitsu Frontiers Tokyo Dome 30,361

January 3, 2016 69 Ritsumeikan 19-22 Panasonic Impulse Tokyo Dome 31,345

January 3, 2017 70 Kwansei Gakuin 13-30 Fujitsu Frontiers Tokyo Dome 33,521

January 3, 2018 71 Nihon 9-37 Fujitsu Frontiers Tokyo Dome 34,500

[2] Records of teams[edit]

College Teams

Team Times Participated Wins Losses

Kwansei Gakuin University Fighters 11 1 10

Ritsumeikan University Panthers 8 3 5

Kyoto University
Kyoto University
Gangsters 6 4 2

Nihon University Phoenix 5 4 1

Hosei University Tomahawks 4 0 4

Kansai University Kaisers 1 0 1

X-League teams

Team Times Participated Wins Losses

Obic Seagulls 8 7 1

Panasonic Impulse 7 4 3

Renown Rovers 6 1 5

Asahi Beer Silver Star 4 3 1

Onward Skylarks 3 2 1

Lixil Deers 2 2 0

Asahi Soft Drink Challengers 2 1 1

Fujitsu Frontiers 3 3 0

References[edit]

^ Japan Today - Features - X-League's road to the Rice Bowl ^ " Rice Bowl Records". Rice Bowl. Retrieved November 26, 2015. 

External links[edit]

Official website (Japanese)

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Rice Bowl Game

National Stadium Tokyo Dome

Tie-Ins X-League

East vs West All-Star

1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

College vs X-League

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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Collegiate American Football in Japan

East Japan - 東日本

Kanto Hokkaido Tohoku

West Japan - 西日本

Chushikoku Hokuriku Kansai Kyūshū Tokai

Bowl games

Azuma American Atom Christmas Heiwadai Ivy Japan Japan X Koshien Legacy Mirage Pearl Pine Rice Tokyo Western Japan

People

Masafumi Kawaguchi Joe Roth Paul Rusch David Stant

Seasons

2015 2016 2017

Major Venues

National Stadium Sapporo Dome Tomahawks Field Tokyo Dome Yokohama Stadium Yurtec Stadium Sendai

See also

American football
American football
in Japan Eyeshield 21 IFAF Asia JAFA Japan national American football
American football
team List of Japanese collegiate American football
American football
programs Paul Rusch
Paul Rusch
Cup X-League

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X-League

X1 - East Division

Fujitsu Frontiers IBM Big Blue Asahi Beer Silver Star All Mitsubishi Lions Bulls Keishichou Eagles

X1 - Central Division

Nojima Sagamihara Rise Obic Seagulls Lixil Deers Tokyo Gas Creators Meijiyasuda PentaOcean Pirates Bullseyes-Tokyo

X1 - West Division

As One Black Eagles Asahi Soft Drink Challengers Elecom Kobe Finies Sidewinders Nagoya Cyclones Panasonic Impulse

X2 - East Division

Blue Thunders Hurricanes Warriors Yokohama Harbors Denstu Club Caterpillars Zero Fighters AFC

X2 - Central Division

AFC Cranes Barbarian Fuji Xerox Minerva AFC Wranglers Sony Solidstate Ox Kawasaki AFC

X2 - West Division

Fuji Xerox J-Stars Club Hawkeye Kirix Toyota Bull Fighters Asahi Pretec Golden Fighters Aichi Golden Wings Nishinomiya Bruins

X3 - East Division

Itochu Wings Club Triax Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Seagulls Club Steelers Marubeni Cougars

X3 - West Division A

Okayama Standing Bears Wako Raiders Iso Superstars Club Islands Osaka Prefectural Police Shields Triple Fire Birds

X3 - West Division B

Osaka Gas Skunk Scans Club Bears Kakogawa Ozunas Hiroshima UCS Hawks Tri-stars Masahide Blazers

Championship

Japan X Bowl Rice Bowl

See also

Green Bowl Paul Rusch
Paul Rusch
Cup Pearl Bowl All X-League Team List of defunct X-League franchises

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