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AFC Futsal Club Championship

AFC Futsal Club Championship
Founded 2010
Region Asia (AFC)
Number of teams 8
Current champions Nagoya Oceans (2nd time)
Most successful club(s) Nagoya Oceans (2nd time)
Website Official website
2014 AFC Futsal Club Championship

The AFC Futsal Club Championship is the current annual Asian futsal club competition hosted by the Asian Football Confederation.

For the inaugural edition, the AFC Futsal Club Committee decided to make it an invitation event, and each Member Association has been asked to nominate their Futsal national league champions for the tournament.

Contents

  • History and format 1
  • Summaries 2
  • Participating Associations by Debut 3
  • records and statistics 4
    • By Nation 4.1
    • By Club 4.2
  • Awards 5
    • Most Valuable Players 5.1
    • Top scorers 5.2
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

History and format

A trial edition, named 2006 Asia Futsal Cup, was run in 2006 with six teams participating. Iranian team Shensa Saveh beat Uzbek Ardus FC 5-1 in the final.[1] The first recognised edition by the AFC was held in 2010 and ran with ten teams, forming two groups of five teams. The top two finishers then proceeded to the semi-finals. Since 2011 the final tournament is played with eight teams. If more national league champions wish to enter a team, all but the top three finishers of the last tournament and the host nation, have to enter a qualification stage.

Summaries

Year Host Final Third Place Number of teams
Winner Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
2010[2]
Details

Isfahan
Foolad Mahan 5–2[3] Al-Sadd Nagoya Oceans 6–6 aet
(6–5) pen
Thai Port 10
2011[4]
Details

Doha
Nagoya Oceans 3–2 aet[5] Shahid Mansouri Al-Sadaka 4–4 aet
(4–3) pen
Al-Rayyan 8
2012
Details

Kuwait City
Giti Pasand Isfahan 2–1[6] Ardus Tashkent Nagoya Oceans 4–1[7] Al-Rayyan 8
2013
Details

Nagoya
Chonburi Blue Wave 1–1 aet
(4–1) pen[8]
Giti Pasand Isfahan Nagoya Oceans 6–4[9] Shenzhen Nanling 8
2014
Details

Chengdu[10]
Nagoya Oceans 5–4 aet Chonburi Blue Wave Dabiri Tabriz 5–5 aet
(7–6) pen
Shenzhen Nanling 8

Participating Associations by Debut

Year New Entry Team(s)
2010  Australia,  China,  Iran,  Iraq,  Japan,  Kyrgyzstan,  Lebanon,  Qatar,  Thailand,  Uzbekistan
2011  Indonesia
2012  Kuwait,  Burma,  United Arab Emirates,  Vietnam
2013  Chinese Taipei,  Philippines
2014 Non

records and statistics

By Nation

Nation Winners Runners-up Third place Fourth place Total
 Iran 2 2 1 0 5
 Japan 2 0 3 0 5
 Thailand 1 1 0 1 3
 Qatar 0 1 0 2 3
 Uzbekistan 0 1 0 0 1
 Lebanon 0 0 1 0 1
 China 0 0 0 2 2

By Club

Club Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Nagoya Oceans 2 0 2011, 2014
Giti Pasand Isfahan 1 1 2012 2013
Chonburi Blue Wave 1 1 2013 2014
Foolad Mahan 1 0 2010
Al Sadd 0 1 2010
Shahid Mansouri 0 1 2011
Ardus Tashkent 0 1 2012

Awards

Most Valuable Players

Year Footballer Club
2010 Vahid Shamsaei[11] Foolad Mahan
2011 Mohammad Keshavarz[12] Shahid Mansouri
2012 Mohammad Keshavarz[13] Giti Pasand Isfahan
2013 Suphawut Thueanklang[14] Chonburi Blue Wave
2014 Kaoru Morioka Nagoya Oceans

Top scorers

Year Footballer Club Goals
2010 Vahid Shamsaei[11] Foolad Mahan 17
2011 Ali Asghar Hassanzadeh[12] Al Rayyan 10
2012 Ahmad Esmaeilpour[13] Giti Pasand Isfahan 9
2013 Kaoru Morioka Nagoya Oceans 8
2014 Kaoru Morioka Nagoya Oceans 5

See also

References

  1. ^ "2006 Asian Futsal Cup results". futsalplanet.com. Archived from the original on 2007-05-03. Retrieved 5 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "2010 edition results". AFC. Retrieved 5 February 2012. 
  3. ^ Foolad Mahan 5-2 Al Sadd: Foolad champions!
  4. ^ "2011 edition results". AFC. Retrieved 5 February 2012. 
  5. ^ Nagoya Oceans crowned champions
  6. ^ Giti Pasand win Club Futsal
  7. ^ Nagoya Oceans 4-1 Al Rayyan
  8. ^ Chonburi Bluewave win Futsal Club Championship Archived September 5, 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ Futsal Club C'ship: Nagoya Oceans 6-4 Shenzhen Nanling
  10. ^ Futsal development takes centrestage Archived May 14, 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ a b Top honours for evergreen Shamsaee
  12. ^ a b Keshavarz claims MVP award
  13. ^ a b Keshavarz named MVP
  14. ^ Thueanklang scoops MVP award Archived September 5, 2013 at the Wayback Machine

External links

  • Official website
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