AFF U-19 Youth Championship

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AFF U-19 Youth Championship
AFF U-19 logo.jpg
Founded 2005
Region Southeast Asia (AFF)
Number of teams varying
Current champions  Indonesia
Most successful team(s)  Thailand (3 titles each)
 Australia (3 titles each)
2013

The AFF U-19 Youth Championship is an annual international football competition contested by the national teams of the members of the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) and occasionally invited nations from the rest of Asia. The tournament was previously played at under-20 level, however, the AFF followed the lead of the Asian Football Confederation after they renamed its U-20 competition to fall in line with FIFA's naming conventions and also to reflect the age of the players at the competition.[1] Thailand were the champions in the first ever edition in 2002.[2]

Summary[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2002
Details
Thailand
Thailand
Cambodia
Cambodia

Thailand
4 – 0
Myanmar

Laos
1 – 0
Vietnam
2005
Details
Indonesia
Indonesia

Myanmar
1 – 0
Malaysia

Laos
4 – 1
Vietnam
2006
Details
Malaysia
Malaysia

Australia
[note 1]
Malaysia

Thailand
[note 1]
Vietnam
2007
Details
Vietnam
Vietnam

Vietnam
1 – 0
Malaysia

Thailand
2 – 0
Myanmar
2008
Details
Thailand
Thailand

Australia
0 – 0
(3–1 pens.)

South Korea

China PR
3 – 0
Thailand
2009
Details
Vietnam
Vietnam

Thailand
2 – 2
(5–3 pens.)

Australia

Vietnam
3 – 0
Malaysia
2010
Details
Vietnam
Vietnam

Australia
1 – 0
Thailand

South Korea
1 – 1
(7–6 pens.)

Vietnam
2011
Details
Burma
Myanmar

Thailand
1 – 1
(5–4 pens.)

Vietnam

Malaysia
0 – 0
(4–2 pens.)

Myanmar
2012
Details
Vietnam
Vietnam

Iran
2 – 1
Uzbekistan

Australia
4 – 0
Vietnam
2013
Details
Indonesia
Indonesia

Indonesia
0 – 0
(7–6 pens.)

Vietnam

Timor-Leste
4 – 2
Laos
2014
Details
Vietnam
Vietnam

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Tournament was a round robin format.

Total wins[edit]

Wins Nation Year(s)
3  Thailand 2002, 2009, 2011
3  Australia 2006, 2008, 2010
1  Myanmar 2005
1  Vietnam 2007
1  Iran 2012
1  Indonesia 2013

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AFC U19 Championship 2008 Competition Information". the-afc.com. Asian Football Confederation. 8 October 2008. Retrieved 19 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "ASEAN U-20 Championship 2002". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 19 April 2010. 

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