2008 Asian Men's Youth Handball Championship

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2008 Asian Youth Championship
Asian Youth Handball 2008 logo.png
Tournament details
Host country  Jordan
Dates 11–21 July 2008
Teams 11
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Kuwait (1st title)
Runner-up  Qatar
Third place  Iran
Fourth place  Bahrain
Tournament statistics
Matches 32
Goals scored 1966 (61.44 per match)
Next

The 2008 Asian Men's Youth Handball Championship (3rd tournament) took place in Amman from 11 July–21 July. It acts as the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2009 Men's Youth World Handball Championship in Tunisia.

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 Qatar
 South Korea
 Iraq
 India
 Kuwait
 Chinese Taipei

 Iran
 Jordan
 Japan
 Bahrain
 Saudi Arabia

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Kuwait 5 5 0 0 177 138 +39 10
 Qatar 5 4 0 1 181 118 +63 8
 South Korea 5 3 0 2 198 142 +56 6
 Chinese Taipei 5 2 0 3 148 173 −25 4
 Iraq 5 1 0 4 124 164 −40 2
 India 5 0 0 5 129 222 −93 0
11 July 2008
14:00
Qatar  45 – 25  India Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(20–13)

11 July 2008
17:00
Iraq  27 – 35  Kuwait Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(10–18)

11 July 2008
20:00
South Korea  44 – 30  Chinese Taipei Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(18–17)

12 July 2008
14:00
Chinese Taipei  30 – 24  Iraq Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(13–14)

12 July 2008
15:30
Kuwait  25 – 23  Qatar Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(12–14)

12 July 2008
17:00
South Korea  60 – 19  India Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(29–12)

14 July 2008
14:00
Qatar  38 – 18  Chinese Taipei Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(22–6)

14 July 2008
17:00
India  25 – 48  Kuwait Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(13–24)

14 July 2008
20:00
South Korea  33 – 22  Iraq Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(20–9)

16 July 2008
14:00
Iraq  19 – 36  Qatar Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(11–20)

16 July 2008
15:30
South Korea  30 – 32  Kuwait Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(15–13)

16 July 2008
17:00
Chinese Taipei  37 – 30  India Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(15–13)

17 July 2008
15:30
Qatar  39 – 31  South Korea Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(19–15)

17 July 2008
17:00
Kuwait  37 – 33  Chinese Taipei Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(19–16)

17 July 2008
20:00
Iraq  32 – 30  India Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(16–17)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Iran 4 4 0 0 135 113 +22 8
 Bahrain 4 3 0 1 121 120 +1 6
 Saudi Arabia 4 2 0 2 118 124 −6 4
 Japan 4 1 0 3 119 122 −3 2
 Jordan 4 0 0 4 91 105 −14 0
11 July 2008
15:30
Iran  35 – 31  Bahrain Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(14–15)

11 July 2008
18:30
Japan  33 – 34  Saudi Arabia Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(18–13)

12 July 2008
18:30
Jordan  22 – 25  Saudi Arabia Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(12–12)

14 July 2008
15:30
Iran  34 – 28  Japan Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(16–11)

14 July 2008
18:30
Jordan  26 – 27  Bahrain Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(13–12)

15 July 2008
16:00
Iran  39 – 32  Saudi Arabia Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(17–17)

15 July 2008
17:30
Japan  32 – 33  Bahrain Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(17–19)

16 July 2008
18:30
Jordan  21 – 26  Japan Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(12–15)

17 July 2008
14:00
Bahrain  30 – 27  Saudi Arabia Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(13–13)

17 July 2008
18:30
Iran  27 – 22  Jordan Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(14–8)

Placement 5th–10th[edit]

9th/10th[edit]

20 July 2008
16:00
Iraq  22 – 31  Jordan Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(10–12)

7th/8th[edit]

20 July 2008
17:30
Chinese Taipei  30 – 31  Japan Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(12–17)

5th/6th[edit]

20 July 2008
19:00
South Korea  44 – 37  Saudi Arabia Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(26–16)

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Gold medal match
19 July – Amman
  Kuwait  33  
  Bahrain  29  
 
21 July – Amman
      Kuwait  31
    Qatar  26
Bronze medal match
19 July – Amman 21 July – Amman
  Iran  27   Bahrain  25
  Qatar  28     Iran  31

Semifinals[edit]

19 July 2008
16:00
Kuwait  33 – 29  Bahrain Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(16–13)

19 July 2008
17:30
Iran  27 – 28  Qatar Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(14–16)

Bronze medal match[edit]

21 July 2008
16:00
Iran  31 – 25  Bahrain Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(16–12)

Gold medal match[edit]

21 July 2008
17:30
Kuwait  31 – 26  Qatar Sports Palace Arena, Amman
(16–10)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team
1  Kuwait
2  Qatar
3  Iran
4  Bahrain
5  South Korea
6  Saudi Arabia
7  Japan
8  Chinese Taipei
9  Jordan
10  Iraq
11  India
Team qualified for the 2009 Youth World Championship

References[edit]