Hockey Asia Cup

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ASHF Hockey Asia Cup
Sport Field hockey
Founded 1982
No. of teams M: 12
W: 8
Continent ASHF (Asia)
Most recent champion(s) M:  South Korea (4th title)
W:  Japan (2nd title)
Most titles M:  South Korea (4 titles)
W:  South Korea (3 titles)

The ASHF Asia Cup is an international men's and women's field hockey tournament governed by the Asian Hockey Federation (ASHF). It was introduced in 1982 for men's competition and the women's competition was added a year later as non-official championship until the official tournament held in 1985.

Men[edit]

Summaries[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
1982
Details
Karachi, Pakistan
Pakistan
- *
India

China
- *
Malaysia
1985
Details
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Pakistan
3–2
India

South Korea
2–0
Japan
1989
Details
New Delhi, India
Pakistan
2–0
India

South Korea
1–0
Japan
1993
Details
Hiroshima, Japan
South Korea
1–0
India

Pakistan
5–2
Malaysia
1999
Details
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
South Korea
5–4
Pakistan

India
4–2
Malaysia
2003
Details
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
India
4–2
Pakistan

South Korea
4–2
Japan
2007
Details
Chennai, India
India
7–2
South Korea

Malaysia
5–3
Japan
2009
Details
Kuantan, Malaysia
South Korea
1–0
Pakistan

China
3–3
(7–6)

Penalty strokes

Malaysia
2013
Details
Ipoh, Malaysia
South Korea
4–3
India

Pakistan
3–1
Malaysia

* This was a round-robin tournament without finals.

Performances by nation[edit]

Team Titles Runners-up Third-place Fourth-place
 South Korea 4 (1993, 1999, 2009, 2013) 1 (2007) 3 (1985, 1989, 2003)
 Pakistan 3 (1982*, 1985, 1989) 3 (1999, 2003, 2009) 2 (1993, 2013)
 India 2 (2003, 2007) 5 (1982, 1985, 1989*, 1993, 2013) 1 (1999)
 Malaysia 1 (2007) 5 (1982, 1994, 1999*, 2009*, 2013*)
 China 2 (1982, 2009)
 Japan 4 (1985, 1989, 2003, 2007)

Women[edit]

Summaries[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
1985
Details
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea

Japan

Malaysia
1989
Details
Hong Kong
China

Japan

South Korea

India
1993
Details
Hiroshima, Japan
South Korea

China

India
1–0
Japan
1999
Details
New Delhi, India
South Korea
3–2
India

China
1–0
Japan
2004
Details
New Delhi, India
India
1–0
Japan

China
0–0
(3–0)
Penalty strokes

South Korea
2007
Details
Hong Kong
Japan
1–1
(7–6)
Penalty strokes

South Korea

China
4–2
India
2009
Details
Bangkok, Thailand
China
5–3
India

South Korea
4–3
Japan
2013
Details
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Japan
2–1
South Korea

India
2–2
(3–2)
Penalty shootout

China

Performances by nation[edit]

Team Titles Runners-up Third-place Fourth-place
 South Korea 3 (1985*, 1993, 1999) 2 (2007, 2013) 2 (1989, 2009) 1 (2004)
 Japan 2 (2007, 2013) 3 (1985, 1989, 2004) 3 (1993*, 1999, 2009)
 China 2 (1989, 2009) 1 (1993) 3 (1999, 2004, 2007) 1 (2013)
 India 1 (2004*) 2 (1999, 2009) 2 (1993, 2013) 2 (1989, 2007)
 Malaysia 1 (1985)

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