World Cup Taekwondo Team Championships

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The World Cup Taekwondo Team Championships began in 2006, and is held every two years by the World Taekwondo Federation.

The participating male and female teams are divided into five groups each and the top four countries at the previous championship and the host country are seeded. Top five teams and three best-record teams among the second-placed teams in the men’s and women’s division of the preliminary round advance to the quarterfinal round. The quarterfinal, semifinal and final matches are conducted in a single elimination format.

Summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Host Final Bronze medalists
Champion Score Runner-up
2006
Details
Thailand Bangkok, Thailand South Korea
South Korea
3–2 Iran
Iran
France
France
2009
Details
Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Turkey
Turkey
3–2 Iran
Iran
Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
Russia
Russia
2010
Details
China Urumqi, China Iran
Iran
3–1 Spain
Spain
Turkey
Turkey
South Korea
South Korea
2012
Details
Aruba Santa Cruz, Aruba South Korea
South Korea
27–13 Iran
Iran
China
China
Spain
Spain
2013
Details
Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast Mexico
Mexico
17–11 Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
South Korea
South Korea
Russia
Russia
2014
Details
Mexico Querétaro, Mexico Russia
Russia
29–26 Mexico
Mexico
Iran
Iran
South Korea
South Korea
2015
Details
Mexico Mexico City, Mexico Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
42–23 Iran
Iran
South Korea
South Korea
Russia
Russia
2016
Details
Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
21–5 South Korea
South Korea
Belgium
Belgium
Turkey
Turkey
2017
Details
Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast Iran
Iran
34–33 Russia
Russia
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
South Korea
South Korea
2018
Details
United Arab Emirates Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
2019
Details
Russia Moscow, Russia
2020
Details
Tunisia Tunis, Tunisia

Women[edit]

Year Host Final Bronze medalists
Champion Score Runner-up
2006
Details
Thailand Bangkok, Thailand South Korea
South Korea
3–2 Turkey
Turkey
China
China
2009
Details
Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan South Korea
South Korea
3–2 Russia
Russia
Turkey
Turkey
Morocco
Morocco
2010
Details
China Urumqi, China South Korea
South Korea
3–2 China
China
Thailand
Thailand
Turkey
Turkey
2012
Details
Aruba Santa Cruz, Aruba China
China
12–11 France
France
Russia
Russia
Croatia
Croatia
2013
Details
Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast South Korea
South Korea
12–9 China
China
France
France
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
2014
Details
Mexico Querétaro, Mexico South Korea
South Korea
47–25 Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
China
China
France
France
2015
Details
Mexico Mexico City, Mexico China
China
34–32 Mexico
Mexico
Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
South Korea
South Korea
2016
Details
Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan China
China
6–4 South Korea
South Korea
Turkey
Turkey
Russia
Russia
2017
Details
Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast China
China
49–42 South Korea
South Korea
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast
Morocco
Morocco
2018
Details
United Arab Emirates Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
2019
Details
Russia Moscow, Russia
2020
Details
Tunisia Tunis, Tunisia

Mixed[edit]

Year Host Final Bronze medalists
Champion Score Runner-up
2016
Details
Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan South Korea
South Korea
9–7 Russia
Russia
Belgium
Belgium
United States
United States
2017
Details
Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast China
China
57–55 Russia
Russia
South Korea
South Korea
Mexico
Mexico
2018
Details
United Arab Emirates Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
2019
Details
Russia Moscow, Russia
2020
Details
Tunisia Tunis, Tunisia

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea83718
2 China52310
3 Iran2417
4 Azerbaijan2013
5 Russia14510
6 Mexico1214
7 Turkey1157
8 Ivory Coast0235
9 France0134
10 Spain0112
11 Belgium0022
 Morocco0022
13 Chinese Taipei0011
 Croatia0011
 Thailand0011
 United States0011
Totals (16 nations)20203878

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