India national Kabaddi team

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The India men's national kabaddi team represents India in international kabaddi competitions. India won Gold medals Asian Games in 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010.

India's performance in World Cup[edit]

India has won all five Kabaddi world cups played till now. In all the five world cups, India remained unbeaten throughout the tournament. Iran is the two times runner-up of world cups.[1][2]

Year India's Position Last Match played by India Winner Runner-up
2013
Details
Winner IndiaIndia vs.
Pakistan (Final match)
48 – 39
India
India
 Pakistan
2011
Details
Winner IndiaIndia vs.
Canada (Final match)
59 – 25
India
India
 Canada
2010
Details
Winner IndiaIndia vs.
Pakistan (Final match)
58 – 24
India
India
 Pakistan
2007
Details
Winner IndiaIndia vs.
Iran (Final match)
29 – 19
India
India

Iran
2004
Details
Winner IndiaIndia vs.
Iran (Final match)
55 – 27
India
India
 Iran

India's performance in Asian Games[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1990
Details
Beijing India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan

Japan
1994
Details
Hiroshima India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan

Japan
1998
Details
Bangkok India
No playoffs
Pakistan

Bangladesh
No playoffs
Sri Lanka
2002
Details
Busan India
India
No playoffs
Bangladesh

Pakistan
No playoffs
Japan
2006
Details
Doha India
India
35–23
Pakistan

Bangladesh
37–26
Iran
2010
Details
Guangzhou India
India
37–20
Iran

Pakistan
No playoffs
Japan

India's performance in Asian Indoor games[edit]

Year Host Final Third place
Gold Score Silver Bronze Bronze
2007
Details
Macau India
India
35–17
Pakistan

Bangladesh

Iran
2009
Details
Hanoi India
India
57–33
Iran

Bangladesh

Sri Lanka

India's performance at SAF Games[edit]

India is very strong in Kabaddi as these results show. India won 7 gold medals out of a possible 8 until the 2006 SAF games.

Year Winner Runner-up 3rd Place Reference
2010
Details
India
India

Pakistan
 Bangladesh
   Nepal
2006
Details
India
India

Pakistan

Bangladesh
[3]
2004
Details
India
India

Pakistan

Bangladesh
[4]
1999
Details
India
India

Pakistan

Sri Lanka
[5]
1995
Details
India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan
[6]
1993
Details

Pakistan
India
India

Bangladesh
[7]
1989
Details
India
India

Pakistan

Bangladesh
[8]
1987
Details
India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan
[9]
1985
Details
India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan
[10]

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