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ASEAN Football Championship

Postby nzfooty » Mon Dec 27, 2010 11:27 am

ASEAN Football Championship - not to be confused with the 2009 Southeast Asian Games for Olympic squads.

ASEAN Football Championship 2010
aka AFF Suzuki Cup

This tournament managed to produce some surprising results. Malaysia and especially the
Philippines exceeded expectations (just qualifying for the tournament would've normally
been an achievement for the Philippines).

At the same time, Thailand and Singapore underperformed.

11 matches apparently had crowds of 40,000+
Couple matchews went over the 70,000 mark.

Qualification
(in Laos)
Timor-Leste 0 – 5 Philippines
Laos 0 – 0 Cambodia

Cambodia 4 – 2 Timor-Leste
Philippines 2 – 2 Laos
(n.b. last minute equaliser scored by the Philippines_

Philippines 0 – 0 Cambodia
Laos 6 – 1 Timor-Leste

So the results against Timor-Leste decided who finished first/second/third.
Laos and Philippines qualified for the finals. Brunei did not take part having been
suspended for government interference.


Group stage

Group A
(in Indonesia)
Thailand 2 – 2 Laos
Indonesia 5 – 1 Malaysia

Thailand 0 – 0 Malaysia
Laos 0 – 6 Indonesia

Malaysia 5 – 1 Laos
Indonesia 2 – 1 Thailand


Code: Select all

Indonesia    3  3 0 0   13- 2  +11  9
Malaysia     3  1 1 1    6- 6    0  4
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Thailand     3  0 2 1    3- 4   -1  2
Laos         3  0 1 2    3-13  -10  1





Group B
(in Vietnam)

Singapore 1 – 1 Philippines
Vietnam 7 – 1 Myanmar

Singapore 2 – 1 Myanmar
Philippines 2 – 0 Vietnam

Myanmar 0 – 0 Philippines
Vietnam 1 – 0 Singapore



Code: Select all

Vietnam      3  2 0 1    8- 3   +5  6
Philippines  3  1 2 0    3- 1   +2  5
-------------------------------------
Singapore    3  1 1 1    3- 3    0  4
Myanmar      3  0 1 2    2- 9   -7  1




Semi-finals

(home and away)

Malaysia 2 – 0 Vietnam
Vietnam 0 – 0 Malaysia

Philippines 0 – 1 Indonesia
Indonesia 1 – 0 Philippines

(The first leg of the semi-finals was supposed to be played in the Philippines.
However, due to the unavailability of a stadium that passes AFF standards,
both legs were hosted by Indonesia)


Final
(home and away)

December 26
Malaysia 3 – 0 Indonesia

December 29
Indonesia v Malaysia

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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby MipoFanatic » Tue Dec 28, 2010 9:53 am

Indonesians are accusing Malaysian supporters of shooting lasers into the former national team's eyes during their recent match.

That, and a bit of alleged cultural appropriation, has led to "#loveindonesia" and "HATE MALAYSIA" becoming trending topics on Twitter today.

Nothing like a bit of provincial ASEAN aggro to distract us from the feuding world superpowers, eh? :lol:
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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby nzfooty » Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:23 am

MipoFanatic wrote:
Nothing like a bit of provincial ASEAN aggro to distract us from the feuding world superpowers, eh? :lol:


I can see a point in the not too distant future when Indonesia joins the BRICs but yeah, at the
moment it is just neighbourhood argy bargy. :lol:

Anyway, Indonesia won the second leg 2-1, but lost the final 4-2 on aggregate.
Indonesia 2 - 1 Malaysia
(71' M. Nasuha, 88' Ridwan - 54' S. Sali)

Winner: Malaysia

There will be no ASEAN teams going to the Asian Cup which is pretty depressing really.

Malaysia lift first AFF Cup despite second leg defeat

Malaysia won the AFF Cup for the first time with a 4-2 aggregate success after losing 2-1 at hosts Indonesia in the second leg of the final at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium on Wednesday.

Prolific Malaysian Safee Sali broke the deadlock in the 54th minute, and although Indonesia scored twice through Mohammad Nasuha (71) and Muhammad Ridwan (88) it was not enough to overturn the 3-0 lead established from Sunday's first leg in Kuala Lumpur.

Malaysia were runners up in the first final in 1996 but have failed to reach the trophy game since then while Indonesia have now finished second on four occasions without winning.

The cup is a biennial competition organised by the ASEAN Football.

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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby nzfooty » Sat Jan 25, 2014 5:34 am

ASEAN Football Championship 2012

Qualification

(Myanmar, 5–13 October 2012)

Cambodia 1 – 5 Timor-Leste
Myanmar 1 – 0 Brunei

Timor-Leste 1 – 2 Myanmar
Laos 1 – 0 Cambodia

Cambodia 2 – 3 Brunei
Timor-Leste 3 – 1 Laos

Brunei 1 – 3 Laos
Myanmar 3 – 0 Cambodia

Laos 0 – 0 Myanmar
Brunei 2 – 1 Timor-Leste

Code: Select all

Myanmar     4  3-1-0  6:1  10
Laos        4  2-1-1  5:4   7
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Timor-Leste 4  2-0-2 10:6   6
Brunei      4  2-0-2  6:7   6
Cambodia    4  0-0-4  3:12  0



http://www.affsuzukicup.com/fixtures2012.html


Final tournament

(Malaysia & Thailand, 24 November – 22 December)

Group A

Vietnam 1 – 1 Myanmar
Thailand 2 – 1 Philippines

Vietnam 0 – 1 Philippines
Myanmar 0 – 4 Thailand

Philippines 2 – 0 Myanmar
Thailand 3 – 1 Vietnam


Code: Select all

Thailand    3  3-0-0  9:2   9
Philippines 3  2-0-1  4:2   6
-----------------------------
Vietnam     3  0-1-2  2:5   1
Myanmar     3  0-1-2  1:7   1



Group B

Indonesia 2 – 2 Laos
Malaysia 0 – 3 Singapore

Indonesia 1 – 0 Singapore
Laos 1 – 4 Malaysia

Singapore 4 – 3 Laos
Malaysia 2 – 0 Indonesia

Code: Select all

Singapore   3  2-0-1  7:4   6
Malaysia    3  2-0-1  6:4   6
-----------------------------
Indonesia   3  1-1-1  3:4   4
Laos        3  0-1-2  6:10  1



Semifinals

Philippines 0 – 0 Singapore (Manila)
Singapore 1 – 0 Philippines (Singapore)

Malaysia 1 – 1 Thailand (Kuala Lumpur)
Thailand 2 – 0 Malaysia (Bangkok)

Final

Singapore 3 – 1 Thailand (Singapore)
Thailand 1 – 0 Singapore (Bangkok)

Singapore won 3–2 on aggregate

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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby nzfooty » Sat Jan 25, 2014 5:44 am

ASEAN Football Championship 2014

Australia will particpate in this edition - their first apperance at the ASEAN Football Championship

Qualification

(Laos, 13 - 19 October, 2014)

Finals

(Singapore & Vietnam, 22 November - 20 December)


History:

year // winner

1996 Thailand
1998 Singapore
2000 Thailand
2002 Thailand
2004 Singapore
2007 Singapore
2008 Vietnam
2010 Malaysia
2012 Singapore

Number of Titles

4 Singapore

3 Thailand

1 Malaysia
1 Vietnam

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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby weka » Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:14 pm

Is it an insult if Australia just send their B-team/U22 team? What's the point? Personally, I don't want the Aussies in this tounrament. They aren't even from the area!
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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby nzfooty » Fri Dec 19, 2014 6:59 am

ASEAN Football Championship 2014

One match left...
Key features: poor performances by defending champions Singapore and the Philippines are now definitely a power in the region.

Qualification
All matches in Laos.

Timor-Leste 4–2 Brunei
Laos 3–2 Cambodia

Brunei 2–4 Laos
Myanmar 0–0 Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste 2–3 Cambodia
Brunei 1–3 Myanmar

Cambodia 0–1 Myanmar
Laos 2–0 Timor-Leste

Myanmar 2–1 Laos
Cambodia 1–0 Brunei

Code: Select all

Myanmar     4  3-1-0   6:2  +4  10
Laos        4  3-0-1  10:6  +4   9
==================================
Cambodia    4  2-0-2   6:6   0   6
Timor-Leste 4  1-1-2   6:7  -1   4
Brunei      4  0-0-4   5:12 -7   0


Finals

Group A
All matches in Vietnam.

Philippines 4–1 Laos
Vietnam 2–2 Indonesia

Philippines 4–0 Indonesia
Laos 0–3 Vietnam

Indonesia 5–1 Laos
Vietnam 3–1 Philippines

Code: Select all

Vietnam     3  2-1-0   8:3  +5   7
Philippines 3  2-0-1   9:4  +5   6
==================================
Indonesia   3  1-1-1   7:7   0   4
Laos        3  0-0-3   2:12 -10  0




Group B
All matches in Singapore.

Malaysia 0–0 Myanmar
Singapore 1–2 Thailand

Malaysia 2–3 Thailand
Myanmar 2–4 Singapore

Thailand 2–0 Myanmar
Singapore 1–3 Malaysia

Code: Select all

Thailand    3  3-0-0   7:3  +4   9
Malaysia    3  1-1-1   5:4  +1   4
==================================
Singapore   3  1-0-2   6:7  -1   3
Myanmar     3  0-1-2   2:6  -4   1



Semi-finals
Philippines 0–0 Thailand
Thailand 3–0 Philippines

Malaysia 1–2 Vietnam
Vietnam 2–4 Malaysia


Final
Dec 17
Thailand 2–0 Malaysia
Some tiki-taka from Thailand


Dec 20
Malaysia v Thailand

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Re: ASEAN Football Championship

Postby nzfooty » Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:24 am

Malaysia 3 – 2 Thailand
(Safiq 7' pen, 58', Putra 45+2' - Charyl 82', Chanathip 87')
Thailand won 4–3 on aggregate.

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