2005 East Asian Football Championship

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2005 East Asian Football Championship
2005년 동아시아 축구 선수권 대회
Tournament details
Host country South Korea
Dates 5 March, 2005 - 13 March, 2005(Preliminary)
31 July, 2005 - 7 August, 2005(Finals)
Teams (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  China PR (1st title)
Runners-up  Japan
Third place  North Korea
Fourth place  South Korea
Tournament statistics
Matches played 16
Best player China Ji Mingyi
2003
2008

The 2005 EAFF East Asian Football Championship is a football competition between teams from East Asian countries and territories held from 31 July, 2005 to 7 August, 2005 in South Korea, with the qualifiers held in Taiwan during March 2005.[citation needed]

China PR, Korea Rep, and Japan are direct finalists. The fourth finalist spot is competed among North Korea, Guam, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Mongolia. North Korea was the winner in the qualifiers. Macau had been temporarily barred by the FIFA to enter any international matches because of alleged undue influence of government in forming the committee of its football association. The suspension was subsequently lifted after rectification by Macau.[1][2]

Participating teams[edit]

Preliminary[edit]

Finals[edit]

Venues[edit]

Preliminary Competition[edit]

Matches Detail[edit]

Macau was suspended by FIFA from entering the competition during the match period.<.[3][4] Each countries plays against the other 4 countries on a round robin basis.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 North Korea 4 4 0 0 31 0 +31 12
 Hong Kong 4 3 0 1 26 2 +24 9
 Chinese Taipei 4 1 1 2 9 7 +2 4
 Mongolia 4 1 1 2 4 13 -9 4
 Guam 4 0 0 4 1 49 -48 0

All times, local time

2005-03-05
14:00
Chinese Taipei  9 – 0  Guam
Tu Ming-Feng Goal 8'
Kuo Yin-huong Goal 10'20'69'
Chiang Shih-lu Goal 56'70'
He Ming-chan Goal 66'83'90+3'
Report
2005-03-05
16:30
Hong Kong  6 – 0  Mongolia
Chu Siu Kei Goal 30'
Law Chun Bong Goal 48'
Wong Chun Yue Goal 50'
Lam Ka Wai Goal 73'
Chan Yiu Lun Goal 90+2'90+3'
Report

2005-03-07
14:00
Guam  0 – 15  Hong Kong
Report Chan Wai Ho Goal 1'
Chan Siu Ki Goal 8'18'28'30'36'42'87'
Chan Yiu Lun Goal 16'31'
Wong Chun Yue Goal 24'43'45'
Chu Siu Kei Goal 67'
Poon Man Tik Goal 89'
2005-03-07
16:30
North Korea  6 – 0  Mongolia
Kwang-Hyok Kim Goal 18'39'66'
Hyok-Chol Ri Goal 22'30'
Yong-Jo Hong Goal 64'
Report

2005-03-09
16:30
Mongolia  4 – 1  Guam
Ganbaatar Goal 31'34'
Davaa Goal 46'
Bold Goal 81'
Report Pangelinan Goal 69'

2005-03-11
16:30
Guam  0 – 21  North Korea
Report Yong-Jo Hong Goal 6'17'
Chol-Man Choe Goal 10'37'54'
Kwang-Hyok Kim Goal 21'43'61'63'71'76'77'
Yong-Jun Kim Goal 29'39'49'
Jin-Hyok Kang Goal 31'44'65'84'90+1'
Nam-Chol Pak Goal 83'

Personal Awards[edit]

Best Goalkeeper Best Defender Top Scorer Most Valuable Player Fairplay Award
Hong Kong Fan Chun Yip North Korea Jang Sok-Chol North Korea Kim Kwang-Hyok North Korea Kim Jun-Yong  Mongolia

Final Tournament[edit]

Squads[edit]

Matches Detail[edit]

The final tournament started on 31 July, 2005. China won their first ever international title. The next tournament was scheduled for 2008.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 China PR 3 1 2 0 5 3 +2 5
 Japan 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4
 North Korea 3 1 1 1 1 2 -1 4
 South Korea 3 0 2 1 1 2 -1 2

2005-08-03
Japan  2 – 2  China PR
Moniwa Goal 59'
T.Tanaka Goal 87'
Report Li Jinyu Goal 37'
Zhang Yonghai Goal 43'


2005-08-07
China PR  2 – 0  North Korea
Li Yan Goal 13'
Xie Hui Goal 65'
Report

Personal Awards[edit]

Best Goalkeeper Best Defender Most Valuable Player Fairplay Award
South Korea Lee Woon-Jae China Zhang Yaokun China Ji Mingyi  Japan

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1  China PR
2  Japan
3  North Korea
4  South Korea
5  Hong Kong
6  Chinese Taipei
7  Mongolia
8  Guam

Winners[edit]

 East Asian Football Championship 2005 Winners 

China PR
First title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Macau suspended by FIFA due to political interference". ESPN. 15 February 2005. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "FIFA suspends the Macau Football Association". FIFA. 15 February 2005. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Macau suspended by FIFA due to political interference". ESPN. 15 February 2005. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "FIFA suspends the Macau Football Association". FIFA. 15 February 2005. Retrieved 21 July 2014. 

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