AFC–OFC Challenge Cup

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The AFC–OFC Challenge Cup was a football tournament, set up as the successor of the discontinued Afro-Asian Cup of Nations. It was a biannual event, with Oceania represented by the winners of the OFC Nations Cup and Asia alternately by the winners of the Asian Cup and those of the Asian Games.

Participating in team[edit]

2001[edit]

2003[edit]

Results[edit]

Japan 3–0 Australia
Yanagisawa Goal 19'
Hattori Goal 53'
Nakayama Goal 65' (pen.)
Attendance: 46,404
Referee: Zhang Jianjun (China)

The match was originally planned as two-legged tie on March 28 in Auckland and April 4 in Tehran, but then postponed due to Iraq War.

Iran 3–0 New Zealand
Karimi Goal 24'37'
Kaebi Goal 67'
Attendance: 40,000

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