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Korea Cup

Korea Cup was a football competition held annually in the South Korea from 1971 to 1999. The cup, hosted by the Korea Football Association, was contested between South Korea and guest teams.

The cup was created to train the Korea Republic national football team and develop the Asian football in Korea. Originally known as the President's Cup Football Tournament,[1] the name was changed as belows.

This competition was defunct after 1999 last tournament.

Contents

  • Competition name history 1
  • Titles by year 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Competition name history

  • President's Cup Football Tournament : 1971-1993
  • Korea Cup : 1995-1999

Titles by year

Year Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
1971
Details

South Korea

Burma
0 – 0[2]
a.e.t.

Indonesia
4 – 2
Malaysia
1972
Details

Burma
3 – 1
Indonesia

South Korea
1 – 0
Malaysia
1973
Details

Burma

Khmer
0 – 0[2]
a.e.t.

South Korea
2 – 0
Malaysia
1974
Details

South Korea
7 – 1
PSMS Medan

Burma
6 – 0
Khmer
1975
Details

South Korea
1 – 0
Burma

Homa F.C.
3 – 0
Japan B
1976
Details

South Korea

São Paulo U-21
0 – 0[2]
Korea Republic B
1 – 0
New Zealand
1977
Details

São Paulo U-21
1 – 0
South Korea

Malaysia

Thailand
1 – 1
1978
Details

South Korea
6 – 2
Washington Diplomats

Korea Republic B
2 – 1
FAR Rabat
1979
Details

Vitória FC
2 – 1
a.e.t.

South Korea

Bahrain
1 – 0
Korea Republic B
1980
Details

South Korea
2 – 0
Indonesia

Korea Republic B
[3]
Thailand
1981
Details

South Korea

Racing Córdoba
2 – 2[2]
Vitória FC
1 – 0
Danubio F.C.
1982
Details

South Korea

Operário FC
0 – 0[2]
PSV Eindhoven
5 – 0
Hallelujah FC
1983
Details

PSV Eindhoven
3 – 2
South Korea

Ghana
5 – 0
USA Olympic
1984
Details

Bangu AC
2 – 1
Hallelujah FC

South Korea
2 – 1
Bayer Leverkusen
1985
Details

South Korea
1 – 0 Korea Republic Olympic
Bangu AC
1 – 1
a.e.t.
(4 – 3)
PSO

Iraq B
1986 Not held due to Asian Games in Seoul
1987
Details

South Korea
0 – 0
a.e.t.
(5 – 4)
PSO

Australia

Korea Republic B

Egypt
[4]
1988
Details

Czechoslovak League XI
2 – 1
USSR B

South Korea
3 – 2
Iwuanyanwu Nationale
1989
Details

Czechoslovak League XI
[3]
Brøndby IF

South Korea
[3]
S.L. Benfica
1991
Details

South Korea
2 – 0
Egypt

Australia

USSR B
[4]
1993
Details

Egypt
1 – 0
South Korea

Czech League XI

Romania League XI
[4]
1995
Details

Ecuador
1 – 0
Zambia

South Korea

Costa Rica
[4]
1997
Details

South Korea
[3]
Yugoslavia

Egypt
[3]
Ghana
1999
Details

Croatia
[3]
Mexico

South Korea
[3]
Egypt

See also

References

  • Korea Cup results at RSSSF
  1. ^ President's Cup Football Tournament Poster
  2. ^ a b c d e Title was shared
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Final tournaments in round-robin format
  4. ^ a b c d Not held third place match
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