South Asian Football Federation Cup


South Asian Football Federation Cup

Der South Asian Football Federation Cup (SAFF Cup, Südasienmeisterschaft, früher South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup oder South Asian Gold Cup) ist ein seit 1993 alle 2 Jahre ausgetragenes Fußballturnier der South Asian Football Federation zur Ermittlung des offiziellen Südasienmeisters. 1993 hieß der Wettbewerb South Asian Association of Regional Co-operation Gold Cup und 1995 South Asian Gold Cup.

Die Länder, die bisher teilgenommen haben, waren Afghanistan, Bangladesch, Bhutan, Indien, die Malediven, Nepal, Pakistan und Sri Lanka.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Turniere

Jahr Gastgeber Finale Spiel um Platz 3
Südasienmeister Ergebnis Zweiter Dritter Ergebnis Vierter
1993
Details
Lahore, Pakistan
Indien
--(1)
Sri Lanka

Nepal
--(1)
Pakistan
1995
Details
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
1 : 0
Indien

Bangladesch

Nepal
nicht
ausgetragen
1997
Details
Kathmandu, Nepal
Indien
5 : 1
Malediven

Pakistan
1 : 0
Sri Lanka
1999
Details
Margao, Indien
Indien
2 : 0
Bangladesch

Malediven
2 : 0
Nepal
2001 ---- VERLEGT(2)
2003
Details
Dhaka, Bangladesch
Bangladesch
1 : 1 n.V.
5 : 3 n.E.

Malediven

Indien
2 : 1
Pakistan
2005
Details
Karatschi, Pakistan
Indien
2 : 0
Bangladesch

Malediven

Pakistan
nicht
ausgetragen
2008
Details
Malé, Malediven &
Colombo,
Sri Lanka

Malediven
1 : 0
Indien

Bhutan

Sri Lanka
nicht
ausgetragen
2009
Details
Indien
1Turniersieger wurde in einer Gruppenphase ermittelt
2verlegt von Oktober/November 2001 nach Januar/Februar 2002; dann nochmals verlegt aufgrund Suspension des Bengalischen Fußballverbandes durch die FIFA ; schließlich fand das Turnier 2003 statt.

Bisherige Sieger

Sieger Land Jahr
4 Indien 1993, 1997,1999, 2005
1 Malediven 2008
1 Bangladesch 2003
1 Sri Lanka 1995

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