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Asian U-19 Championship

Postby nzfooty » Sat Dec 30, 2006 2:21 pm

Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Hosts: Saudi Arabia

Qualifying Round details:
http://www.rsssf.com/tablesa/as-u20-08.html

Group G
South Korea
Australia
Vietnam
Hongkong
Indonesia
Guam

The top two teams from each group along with the best third-placed team
qualify for the finals.

Hosts Saudi Arabia qualify automatically for the finals.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Sun Dec 09, 2007 8:11 am

The results from Korea's group are below. This is couple weeks old. South Korea and Australia qualified from Group G for the finals in Saudi Arabia.

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Group G

1.South Korea  4 4-0-0 39: 1 +38 12
2.Australia    4 3-0-1 19: 4 +15  9
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3.Indonesia    4 2-0-2 14: 5  +9  6
4.Vietnam      4 1-0-3 18: 8 +10  3
5.Guam         4 0-0-4  0:72 -72  0
Hong Kong withdrew

Korea Republic  28 - 0  Guam
Australia  2 - 0  Indonesia

Australia  2 - 0  Vietnam
Indonesia  0 - 3  South Korea

Indonesia  2 - 0  Vietnam
Guam  0 - 15  Australia

Guam  0 - 12  Indonesia
Vietnam  1 - 4  South Korea

South Korea 4 - 0  Australia
Guam  0 - 17  Vietnam

The 16 teams that have qualified for the AFC Youth Championship (which double as u20 World Cup qualifiers) in Saudi Arabia are:
Australia, China, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, North Korea, South Korea, Lebanon, Syria, Thailand,
Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Saudi Arabia (as host).

Here is a link to the other qualification results.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby Rothesay Saint » Sun Dec 09, 2007 10:07 am

nzfooty wrote:The results from Korea's group are below. This is couple weeks old. South Korea and Australia qualified from Group G for the finals in Saudi Arabia.
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Group G

1.South Korea 4 4-0-0 39: 1 +38 12
2.Australia 4 3-0-1 19: 4 +15 9
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3.Indonesia 4 2-0-2 14: 5 +9 6
4.Vietnam 4 1-0-3 18: 8 +10 3
5.Guam 4 0-0-4 0:72 -72 0
Hong Kong withdrew

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Jeez. by the end of the qualifying the Guam goalkeeper must have had a sore back from picking the ball out the net. :shock:
Bring back King Cha.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Thu Dec 13, 2007 11:29 am

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Hosts: Saudi Arabia


Qualifying Round

The top-two teams from each group along with the best third-placed team
qualify for the finals.

Hosts Saudi Arabia qualify automatically for the finals.


Group A (home & away)


17-10-07 Iraq         1-0 Kuwait
24-10-07 Kuwait       1-5 UAE
31-10-07 UAE          2-1 Iraq
14-11-07 Kuwait       2-0 Iraq
21-11-07 UAE          2-0 Kuwait
28-11-07 Iraq         1-0 UAE

 1.UAE             4  3  0  1  9- 2  9
 2.IRAQ            4  2  0  2  3- 4  6
 3.Kuwait          4  1  0  3  3- 8  3

Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Mongolia withdrew.


Group B (in Tehran, Iran)

 6-11-07 Bahrain      1-2 Oman
 6-11-07 India        2-3 Lebanon
 6-11-07 Iran        14-0 Pakistan
 9-11-07 India        0-1 Bahrain
 9-11-07 Oman         1-0 Pakistan
 9-11-07 Lebanon      0-1 Iran
11-11-07 Lebanon      2-0 Bahrain
11-11-07 Iran         0-0 Oman
11-11-07 Pakistan     0-5 India
14-11-07 Oman         1-1 India
14-11-07 Pakistan     0-3 Lebanon
14-11-07 Bahrain      0-4 Iran
17-11-07 Iran         1-0 India
17-11-07 Pakistan     0-0 Bahrain
17-11-07 Lebanon      2-1 Oman

 1.IRAN            5  4  1  0 20- 0 13
 2.LEBANON         5  4  0  1 10- 4 12
 3.Oman            5  2  2  1  5- 4  8
 4.India           5  1  1  3  8- 6  4
 5.Bahrain         5  1  1  3  2- 8  4
 6.Pakistan        5  0  1  4  0-23  1


Group C (in Doha, Qatar)

 6-11-07 Tajikistan   4-0 Turkmenistan
 6-11-07 Syria        1-0 Qatar
 8-11-07 Tajikistan   1-1 Syria
 8-11-07 Qatar       13-0 Bhutan
10-11-07 Turkmenistan 0-3 Syria
10-11-07 Bhutan       0-8 Tajikistan
12-11-07 Qatar        0-4 Tajikistan
12-11-07 Bhutan       0-9 Turkmenistan
14-11-07 Bhutan      0-13 Syria
14-11-07 Turkmenistan 0-1 Qatar

 1.SYRIA           4  3  1  0 18- 1 10
 2.TAJIKISTAN      4  3  1  0 17- 1 10 
 3.Qatar           4  2  0  2 14- 5  6
 4.Turkmenistan    4  1  0  3  9- 8  3
 5.Bhutan          4  0  0  4  0-43  0

Kyrgyzstan withdrew. 


Group D (in Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

 6-11-07 Jordan       2-0 Nepal
 6-11-07 Uzbekistan   1-0 Yemen
 8-11-07 Jordan       1-3 Uzbekistan
 8-11-07 Yemen        3-0 Nepal
10-11-07 Nepal        0-1 Uzbekistan
10-11-07 Yemen        0-0 Jordan

 1.UZBEKISTAN      3  3  0  0  5- 1  9
 2.YEMEN           3  1  1  1  3- 1  4
 3.JORDAN          3  1  1  1  3- 3  4 
 4.Nepal           3  0  0  3  0- 6  0

Palestine and Afghanistan disqualified.


Group E (in Bangkok, Thailand)

 6-11-07 Japan        3-1 Taiwan
 6-11-07 Thailand     3-0 Maldives
 8-11-07 Laos         3-3 Myanmar
 8-11-07 Maldives     0-1 Japan
10-11-07 Thailand     3-0 Laos
10-11-07 Myanmar      1-1 Taiwan
12-11-07 Maldives     2-2 Laos
12-11-07 Japan        8-0 Myanmar
14-11-07 Taiwan       0-3 Thailand
14-11-07 Laos         0-5 Japan
16-11-07 Myanmar      0-1 Thailand
16-11-07 Taiwan       1-1 Maldives
18-11-07 Japan        3-2 Thailand
18-11-07 Taiwan       2-3 Laos
18-11-07 Maldives     0-0 Myanmar

 1.JAPAN           5  5  0  0 20- 3 15
 2.THAILAND        5  4  0  1 12- 3 12
 3.Laos            5  1  2  2  8-15  5
 4.Maldives        5  0  3  2  3- 7  3
 5.Myanmar         5  0  3  2  4-13  3
 6.Taiwan          5  0  2  3  5-11  2


Group F (in Liuzhou, China)

 6-11-07 China        7-1 Singapore
 6-11-07 Malaysia     4-0 Macau
 8-11-07 Singapore    1-3 North Korea
 8-11-07 China        1-0 Malaysia
10-11-07 North Korea  7-0 Macau
10-11-07 Singapore    0-0 Malaysia
12-11-07 Malaysia     1-3 North Korea 
12-11-07 Macau       0-10 China
14-11-07 China        0-1 North Korea 
14-11-07 Singapore    4-0 Macau

 1.NORTH KOREA     4  4  0  0 14- 2 12
 2.CHINA           4  3  0  1 18- 2  9
 3.Malaysia        4  1  1  2  5- 4  4
 4.Singapore       4  1  1  2  6-10  4
 5.Macau           4  0  0  4  0-25  0

East Timor disqualified.


Group G (in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)


 6-11-07 South Korea 28-0 Guam
 6-11-07 Australia    2-0 Indonesia
 8-11-07 Australia    2-0 Vietnam
 8-11-07 Indonesia    0-3 South Korea
10-11-07 Indonesia    2-0 Vietnam
10-11-07 Guam        0-15 Australia
12-11-07 Guam        0-12 Indonesia
12-11-07 Vietnam      1-4 South Korea
14-11-07 South Korea  4-0 Australia
14-11-07 Guam        0-17 Vietnam

 1.SOUTH KOREA     4  4  0  0 39- 1 12
 2.AUSTRALIA       4  3  0  1 19- 4  9
 3.Indonesia       4  2  0  2 14- 5  6
 4.Vietnam         4  1  0  3 18- 8  3
 5.Guam            4  0  0  4  0-72  0

Hong Kong withdrew.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Tue Nov 04, 2008 11:45 pm

The finals are being held in Saudi Arabia...

S Korea is up against Iraq tonight, a match they have to win to qualify for the next round.

S Korean results thus far:

1-0 W v Syria
Kim Young-Gwon 90+3'

1-2 L v UAE
Kim Dong-Sub 28'
Khalil 90+2'
Fardan 90+3'

Wiki link here.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Wed Nov 05, 2008 1:44 pm

S Korea 2-0 Iraq

S Korea will play Japan in the QF.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:42 pm

As KingKenny pointed out, Korea defeated Japan in the QF.

Korea then lost 1-0 to Uzbekistan in the semis.

UAE won 3-0 in the other semi against Australia (that's the second time the Australians
have lost to UAE this year at an age group tournament).

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby eujin » Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:57 pm

Korea beating Japan made the main evening news the night it happened. Needless to say, the last round of the K-League that happened the same day did not make the evening news (until the sports section that is).

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Sat Nov 15, 2008 11:35 pm

UAE have won the tournament, beating Uzbekistan in the final.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AFC_U-19_Championship_2008

Top-4 team qualified for 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

* United Arab Emirates
* Uzbekistan
* Australia
* South Korea

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship 2008

Postby nzfooty » Tue May 12, 2009 1:47 am

The draw for the World Cup finals in this category has been made
and South Korea will face Cameroon, Germany and USA.

tournament will be held in Egypt from September 25 to October 16.

Wiki link here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_FIFA_U-20_World_Cup

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship

Postby nzfooty » Mon Nov 16, 2009 7:52 pm

2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification

wiki link.

South Korea u19s (unlike their u17 counterparts) have qualified for next year's Asian Championship. However, it was not without a scare, when after two easy wins (5-0 v Bangladesh, 5-1 v Macau) they lost to Vietnam 1-0. After they defeated Laos 6-0 they faced unbeaten Thailand in a must win match. They were 1-0 down at half-time but managed to win 2-1 in the end.

They qualified for the finals together with Thailand. Vietnam finished as one of the best 3rd placed teams and qualified for the finals as well.

Qualifiers from East Asia:
Group E - South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam
Group F - Japan, Australia
Group G - China, North Korea

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship

Postby nzfooty » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:42 pm

AFC U-19 Championship schedule

Kuala Lumpur: AFC has announced the official match schedule of the 2010 AFC U-19 Championship with finalised kick-off times.

The biennial Asian youth showpiece - the second biggest AFC competition for national teams - will take place from October 3-17 at Zibo, the officially recognised birthplace of football in Shandong province of China.

UAE are the defending champions while Uzbekistan finished runners-up in the last edition two years ago.

The matches will be played at the Zibo Sports Center Stadium (main venue) and Linzi Stadium (secondary venue).

The four semi-finalists will qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup next year in Colombia.

The Groupings

Group A

China
Thailand
Syria
Saudi Arabia

Group B

Uzbekistan
Iraq
Bahrain
DPR Korea

Group C

UAE
Vietnam
Jordan
Japan

Group D

Korea Republic
Australia
Yemen
Iran

Match schedule with kick-off times

October 3, 2010 (Sunday)

14:30- (Group A) China vs Saudi Arabia- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
17:30- (Group A) Thailand vs Syria- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group B) Uzbekistan vs DPR Korea- Linzi Stadium
17:30- (Group B) Iraq vs Bahrain- Linzi Stadium

October 4, 2010 (Monday)

14:30- (Group C) UAE vs Japan- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
17:30- (Group C) Vietnam vs Jordan- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group D) Korea Republic vs Iran- Linzi Stadium
17:30- (Group D) Australia vs Yemen- Linzi Stadium

October 5, 2010 (Tuesday)

17:30- (Group A) Saudi Arabia vs Thailand- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group A) Syria vs China- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group B) DPR Korea vs Iraq- Linzi Stadium
17:30- (Group B) Bahrain vs Uzbekistan- Linzi Stadium

October 6, 2010 (Wednesday)

14:30- (Group C) Japan vs Vietnam- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
17:30- (Group C) Jordan vs UAE- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group D) Iran vs Australia- Linzi Stadium
17:30- (Group D) Yemen vs Korea Republic- Linzi Stadium

October 7, 2010 (Thursday)

14:30- (Group A) China vs Thailand- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
17:30- (Group B) Uzbekistan vs Iraq- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group A) Syria vs Saudi Arabia- Linzi Stadium
17:30- (Group B) Bahrain vs DPR Korea- Linzi Stadium

October 8, 2010 (Friday)

14:30- (Group C) UAE vs Vietnam- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
17:30- (Group D) Korea Republic vs Australia- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- (Group C) Jordan vs Japan- Linzi Stadium
17:30- (Group D) Yemen vs Iran- Linzi Stadium

October 11, 2010 (Monday)

14:30- Winner Group A vs Runners-up Group B- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
18:00- Winner Group B vs Runners-up Group A- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
14:30- Winner Group C vs Runners-up Group D- Linzi Stadium
18:00- Winner Group D vs Runners-up Group C- Linzi Stadium

October 14, 2010 (Thursday)

19:30- Winner QF1 vs Winner QF3- Zibo Sports Center Stadium
17:30- Winner QF2 vs Winner QF4- Linzi Stadium

October 17, 2010 (Sunday)

19:30- Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2- Zibo Sports Center Stadium

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship

Postby Holyjoe » Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:13 pm

From the Korean Central News Agency:

Football Matches between DPRK and China Held
July 19. 2010 Juch 99

Pyongyang, July 19 (KCNA) -- Football matches between the under-19 national teams of the DPRK and China were held at Yanggakdo Football Stadium on July 15 and 18.

The DPRK team defeated the guest team 2:1 and 6:2.

Both of the teams will participate in the 2010 AFC under-19 Soccer Championship to be held in China in October.

The DPRK, together with Iraq, Uzbekistan and Bahrain, belongs to group B.

Earlier, the Chinese team had a match with the Mangyongbong team of the DPRK on July 12.

The latter won the match 2:1.

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship

Postby nzfooty » Thu Oct 07, 2010 3:20 pm

2010 AFC U-19 Championship

Link to the AFC page.

Link to wiki.


3 October – 17 October
Shandong Province, China

All teams have played two matches so far. Group stages will be decided after tonight's and Friday's matches.

Group A

China 3 – 1 Saudi Arabia
Thailand 0 – 1 Syria

Syria 0 – 2 China
Saudi Arabia 1 – 0 Thailand

Oct 7:
China v Thailand
Syria v Saudi Arabia

1. CHN +4 6
2. SAR -1 3
3. SYR -1 3
4. THA -2 0


Group B

Uzbekistan 1 – 0 North Korea
Iraq 1 – 2 Bahrain

North Korea 3 – 0 Iraq
Bahrain 0 – 1 Uzbekistan

Oct 7:
Uzbekistan v Iraq
Bahrain v North Korea


1. UZB +2 6
2. NKO +2 3
3. BAH 0 3
4. IRQ -4 0


Group C

United Arab Emirates 1 – 2 Japan
Vietnam 2 – 1 Jordan

Japan 4 – 0 Vietnam
Jordan 0 – 0 United Arab Emirates

Oct 8:
United Arab Emirates v Vietnam
Jordan v Japan

1. JPN +5 6
2. VIE -3 3
3. UAE -1 1
4. JOR -1 1


Group D


South Korea 2 – 0 Iran
Australia 4 – 1 Yemen

Iran 0 – 3 Australia
Yemen 0 – 1 South Korea

Oct 8:
South Korea v Australia
Yemen v Iran

1. AUS +6 6
2. SKO +3 6
3. YEM -4 0
4. IRN -5 0

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Re: Asian U-19 Championship

Postby nzfooty » Fri Oct 08, 2010 11:19 am

Group A

China 1 – 1 Thailand
Syria 0 – 1 Saudi Arabia


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China        3   2 1 0   6:2  +4  7
Saudi Arabia 3   2 0 1   3:3   0  6
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Syria        3   1 0 2   1:3  -2  3
Thailand     3   0 1 2   1:3  -2  1



Group B

Uzbekistan 2 – 0 Iraq
Bahrain 0 – 2 North Korea


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Uzbekistan   3   3 0 0   4:0  +4  9
North Korea  3   2 0 1   5:1  +4  6
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Bahrain      3   1 0 2   2:4  -2  3
Iraq         3   0 0 3   1:7  -6  0


So it's China (hosts) v North Korea and Uzbekistan v Saudi Arabia in the QF.
South Korea have to defeat Australia to avoid a date with Japan in the QFs - see
the above post for tables.


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