Gulf Cup of Nations Under 23
|Number of teams||6 (2 groups)
|Current champions|| Saudi Arabia
|Most successful team(s)|| Saudi Arabia
The Gulf Cup of Nations for Under 23s is an annual international football competition organised by the Union of Arab Football Associations, contested by the national teams of the Gulf Cooperation Council. The first edition of the tournament was held in 2008 and was played in a round-robin group of five nations.
Under 23 Gulf Cup of Nations
|2008||Saudi Arabia||Saudi Arabia||n/a||Bahrain|
|2010||Qatar||United Arab Emirates||1 – 0||Kuwait|
|2011||Qatar||Oman||0 – 0
4 – 2 pens
|United Arab Emirates|
|2012||Qatar||Saudi Arabia||2 – 0||Bahrain|
|2013||Bahrain||Bahrain||1 – 0||Saudi Arabia|
|2015||Bahrain||Saudi Arabia||5 – 2||Kuwait|
^n/a A round-robin tournament determined the final standings.
|United Arab Emirates||1st||2nd||3rd||GS||4th||5|
- Red border: Host nation.
- Blank: Did not enter.
- GS: Group Stage.
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