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Football at the Asian Games

Football at the Asian Games
Founded 1951
Region AFC (Asia)
Number of teams 24
Current champions Template:Country data KOR (2014)
Most successful team(s) Template:Country data KOR (4 titles)
33px Football at the 2014 Asian Games

Men's Association football is an Asian Games sport since the 1951 edition. Women's football competition began in 1990.

Since the 2002 Asian Games, age limit for men teams is under-23 plus up to three over aged players for each squad,[1] same as the age limit in football competitions at the Summer Olympics.

Men's tournaments

Summaries

Year Host Final Third Place
Gold Medal Score Silver Medal Bronze Medal Score Fourth Place
1951
details
Template:Country data IND
New Delhi, India
Template:Country data India 1–0 Template:Country data Iran Template:Country data Japan 2–0 30x27px
Afghanistan
1954
details
23x15px
Manila, Philippines
30x27px
Republic of China
5–2 Template:Country data South Korea 30x27px
Burma
5–4 Template:Country data Indonesia
1958
details
Template:Country data JPN
Tokyo, Japan
30x27px
Republic of China
3–2 Template:Country data South Korea Template:Country data Indonesia 4–1 Template:Country data India
1962
details
Template:Country data IDN
Jakarta, Indonesia
Template:Country data India 2–1 Template:Country data South Korea 30x27px
Malaya
4–1 30x27px
South Vietnam
1966
details
23x15px
Bangkok, Thailand
30x27px
Burma
1–0 Template:Country data Iran Template:Country data Japan 2–0 30x27px
Singapore
1970
details
23x15px
Bangkok, Thailand
30x27px
Burma

Template:Country data South Korea
0–0 aet1 Template:Country data India 1–0 Template:Country data Japan
1974
details
Template:Country data IRN
Tehran, Iran
Template:Country data Iran 1–0 Template:Country data Israel 30x27px
Malaysia
2–1 Template:Country data North Korea
1978
details
23x15px
Bangkok, Thailand
Template:Country data North Korea
Template:Country data South Korea
0–0 aet1 30x27px
China PR
1–0 Template:Country data Iraq
1982
details
Template:Country data IND
New Delhi, India
Template:Country data Iraq 1–0 Template:Country data Kuwait 30x27px
Saudi Arabia
2–02 Template:Country data North Korea
1986
details
Template:Country data KOR
Seoul, South Korea
Template:Country data South Korea 2–0 30x27px
Saudi Arabia
Template:Country data Kuwait 5–0 Template:Country data Indonesia
1990
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23x15px
Beijing, China
Template:Country data Iran 0–0 aet
(4–1) pen
Template:Country data North Korea Template:Country data South Korea 1–0 30x27px
Thailand
1994
details
Template:Country data JPN
Hiroshima, Japan
30x27px
Uzbekistan
4–2 30x27px
China PR
Template:Country data Kuwait 2–1 Template:Country data South Korea
1998
details
23x15px
Bangkok, Thailand
Template:Country data Iran 2–0 Template:Country data Kuwait 30x27px
China PR
3–0 30x27px
Thailand
2002
details
Template:Country data KOR
Busan, South Korea
Template:Country data Iran 2–1 Template:Country data Japan Template:Country data South Korea 3–0 30x27px
Thailand
2006
details
23x15px
Doha, Qatar
30x27px
Qatar
1–0 Template:Country data Iraq Template:Country data Iran 1–0 aet Template:Country data South Korea
2010
details
23x15px
Guangzhou, China
Template:Country data Japan 1–0 30x27px
United Arab Emirates
Template:Country data South Korea 4–3 Template:Country data Iran
2014
details
Template:Country data KOR
Incheon, South Korea
Template:Country data KOR 1–0 aet Template:Country data PRK Template:Country data IRQ 1–0 30x27px
Thailand
2018
details
Template:Country data IDN
Jakarta, Indonesia

1 The title was shared.
2 Saudi Arabia were awarded the third-place playoff by default after the Korea DPR team were handed a two-year suspension for assaulting officials at the end of their semi-final.

Medal table

Team Gold Silver Bronze
Template:Country data KOR 4 (1970, 1978, 1986*, 2014*) 3 (1954, 1958, 1962) 3 (1990, 2002*, 2010)
Template:Country data IRN 4 (1974*, 1990, 1998, 2002) 2 (1951, 1966) 1 (2006)
Template:Country data IND 2 (1951*, 1962) 1 (1970)
23x15px Myanmar 2 (1966, 1970) 1 (1954)
23x15px Chinese Taipei 2 (1954, 1958)
Template:Country data PRK 1 (1978) 2 (1990, 2014)
Template:Country data JPN 1 (2010) 1 (2002) 2 (1951, 1966)
Template:Country data IRQ 1 (1982) 1 (2006) 1 (2014)
23x15px Qatar 1 (2006*)
23x15px Uzbekistan 1 (1994)
  1. REDIRECT Template:Country data Kuwait
2 (1982, 1998) 2 (1986, 1994)
23x15px China PR 1 (1994) 2 (1978, 1998)
23x15px Saudi Arabia 1 (1986) 1 (1982)
Template:Country data ISR 1 (1974)
23x15px United Arab Emirates 1 (2010)
23x15px Malaysia 2 (1962, 1974)
Template:Country data IDN 1 (1958)
* = host

Women's tournaments

Summaries

In 1990 a women's tournament was started.[2]

Year Host Final Third Place
Gold Medal Score Silver Medal Bronze Medal Score Fourth Place
1990
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23x15px
Beijing, China
30x27px
China PR
3 Template:Country data Japan Template:Country data North Korea 3 30x27px
Chinese Taipei
1994
details
Template:Country data JPN
Hiroshima, Japan
30x27px
China PR
2–0 Template:Country data Japan 30x27px
Chinese Taipei
4 Template:Country data South Korea
1998
details
23x15px
Bangkok, Thailand
30x27px
China PR
1–0 Template:Country data North Korea Template:Country data Japan 2–1 30x27px
Chinese Taipei
2002
details
Template:Country data KOR
Busan, South Korea
Template:Country data North Korea 3 30x27px
China PR
Template:Country data Japan 3 Template:Country data South Korea
2006
details
23x15px
Doha, Qatar
Template:Country data North Korea 0–0 aet
(4–2) pen
Template:Country data Japan 30x27px
China PR
2–0 Template:Country data South Korea
2010
details
23x15px
Guangzhou, China
Template:Country data Japan 1–0 Template:Country data North Korea Template:Country data South Korea 2–0 30x27px
China PR
2014
details
Template:Country data KOR
Incheon, South Korea
Template:Country data North Korea 3–1 Template:Country data Japan Template:Country data South Korea 3–0 30x27px
Vietnam
2018
details
  1. REDIRECT Template:Country data Indonesia
    Jakarta, Indonesia

^3 Round-robin tournament
^4 Decided by round-robin standings

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Medal table

Team Gold Silver Bronze
Template:Country data PRK 3 (2002, 2006, 2014) 2 (1998, 2010) 1 (1990)
23x15px China PR 3 (1990*, 1994, 1998) 1 (2002) 1 (2006)
Template:Country data JPN 1 (2010) 4 (1990, 1994*, 2006, 2014) 2 (1998, 2002)
Template:Country data KOR 2 (2010, 2014*)
23x15px Chinese Taipei 1 (1994)
* = host

References

  1. ^ "PFF chief names Akhtar as head coach of Asian Games team". The Nation. August 29, 2010. Retrieved September 26, 2011. Faisal Saleh Hayat have confirmed that since 2002, football at the Asian Games changed to age-limit and now it is a "U-23 + 3 overage" tournament. 
  2. ^ "Asian Games (Women's Tournament)". RSSSF. Retrieved 21 November 2014.