Kabaddi World Cup (Circle style)

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Kabaddi World Cup
Founded2010; 9 years ago (2010)
RegionInternational (administrated by the Government of Punjab (India))
Number of teams12
Related competitionsAsia Kabaddi Cup (Circle style)
Kabaddi World Cup (Standard style)
Current championsMen's:
 India (6th title)
Women's:
 India (4th title)
Most successful team(s)Men's:
 India (6 titles)
Women's:
 India (4 titles)
Television broadcastersPTC Punjabi

The circle style Kabaddi World Cup, is an international kabaddi competition administrated by the Government of Punjab (India) contested by men's and women's national teams. The competition has been contested every year since the inaugural tournament in 2010, except for 2015 due to the 2015 Guru Granth Sahib desecration controversy. The women's tournament was introduced in 2012. As of October 2016, every tournament, men's and women's, has been won by India.

The current format of the competition involves a round robin group stage, with 4 teams in 2 pools, first and second of the each group progress to the semi-finals.

Sponsors:

Pearl was the sponsor for every season of this cup. Pearl is the company which was found guilty of frauding people on the name of loan.

Summary[edit]

Men
Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
2010
details
India
Ludhiana

India
58-24
Pakistan

Canada
66-22
Italy
2011
details
India
Ludhiana

India
59-25
Canada

Pakistan
60-22
Italy
2012
details
India
Ludhiana

India
59-22
Pakistan

Canada
51-35
Iran
2013
details
India
Ludhiana

India
48–39
Pakistan

United States
62–27
England
2014
details
India
Sri Muktsar Sahib

India
45–42
Pakistan

Iran
48–31
England
2016
details
India
Jalalabad, Fazilka

India
62–20
England

United States
43–39
Iran
Women
Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
2012
details
India
Patna

India
25–19
Iran

Japan
and
Thailand
2013
details
India
Ludhiana

India
49–21
New Zealand

Denmark
34–33
Pakistan
2014
details
India
Sri Muktsar Sahib

India
36–27
New Zealand

Pakistan
38–28
Denmark
2016
details
India
Jalalabad, Fazilka

India
45–10
United States

New Zealand
42–21
Kenya

Medal table[edit]

Men

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 India (IND)6006
2 Pakistan (PAK)0415
3 Canada (CAN)0123
4 England (ENG)0101
5 United States (USA)0022
6 Iran (IRN)0011
Totals (6 nations)66618

Women

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 India (IND)4004
2 New Zealand (NZL)0213
3 Iran (IRN)0101
 United States (USA)0101
5 Denmark (DEN)0011
 Japan (JPN)0011
 Pakistan (PAK)0011
Totals (7 nations)44412

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