Asian Women U-19 Championship 2011

Australia, China, Japan, North Korea and South Korea
qualified automatically for Final Tournament

 
First Round

Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Vietnam
qualified automatically for second round.

Group A (in Philippines)

20 Sep 2010 Myanmar         01 Uzbekistan
22 Sep 2010 Philippines     05 Myanmar
24 Sep 2010 Philippines     04 Uzbekistan

1.Uzbekistan       2  2 0 0  5- 0  6  Qualified
2.Myanmar          2  1 0 1  5- 1  3
3.Philippines      2  0 0 2  0- 9  0

Group B (in Bangladesh)

20 Sep 2010 India           24 Iran
20 Sep 2010 Bangladesh      16 Jordan
22 Sep 2010 Jordan          02 India
22 Sep 2010 Iran            60 Bangladesh
24 Sep 2010 Jordan          23 Iran
24 Sep 2010 India           60 Bangladesh

1.Iran             3  3 0 0 13- 4  9  Qualified
2.India            3  2 0 1 10- 4  6
3.Jordan           3  1 0 2  8- 6  3
4.Bangladesh       3  0 0 3  1-18  0


Second Round (in Malaysia)

21 Oct 2010 Chinese Taipei  02 Thailand
21 Oct 2010 Iran            15 Uzbekistan
23 Oct 2010 Uzbekistan      03 Vietnam
23 Oct 2010 Iran            24 Chinese Taipei
25 Oct 2010 Vietnam         20 Iran
25 Oct 2010 Thailand        22 Uzbekistan
28 Oct 2010 Thailand        90 Iran
28 Oct 2010 Chinese Taipei  13 Vietnam
30 Oct 2010 Uzbekistan      13 Chinese Taipei
30 Oct 2010 Vietnam         00 Thailand

1.Vietnam          4  3 1 0  8- 1 10  Qualified
2.Thailand         4  2 2 0 13- 2  8
3.Chinese Taipei   4  2 0 2  8- 8  6
4.Uzbekistan       4  1 1 2  8- 9  4
5.Iran             4  0 0 4  3-20  0


Final Tournament

Vietnam, 6-16 October 2011

06 Oct 2011 Vietnam         34 Australia
             [Nguyen Thi Nguyet 6, 49, Pham Hoang Quynh 37;
              O'Neill 4, Gielnik 60, 62, 73]
06 Oct 2011 Japan           11 China
             [Hamada 90+3; Yao Shuangyan 29]
06 Oct 2011 South Korea     12 North Korea
             [Choi Mirae 19; Kim Jo-Ran 73, Kim Su-Gyong 81]
08 Oct 2011 Japan           31 South Korea
             [Kyokawa 59, Yokoyama 61, Shibata 79;
              Kim Ji-Hye 85]
08 Oct 2011 North Korea     10 Australia
             [Kwon Song-Hwa 23]
08 Oct 2011 China           21 Vietnam
             [Nguyen Thi Huong 43og, Yao Shuangyan 47;
              Pham Hoang Quynh 35]
10 Oct 2011 China           11 South Korea
             [Ni Mengjie 10; Moon Mira 61]
10 Oct 2011 Australia       01 Japan
             [Kyokawa 42]
10 Oct 2011 Vietnam         05 North Korea
             [Jon Myong-Hwa 17, Kim Un-Hwa 68, Kwon Song-Hwa
              71, Yun Hyon-Hi 64, 89]
13 Oct 2011 North Korea     12 Japan
             [Yun Hyon-Hi 74; Tanaka 30, Kyokawa 73]
13 Oct 2011 Australia       13 China
             [Van Egmond 80; Wang Tingting 33, Yao Shuangyan
              66, Ni Mengjie 82]
13 Oct 2011 South Korea     41 Vietnam
             [Seo Hyunsook 3, Lee Jungeun 45, 55, Jang Selgi
              88; Phan Thi Trang 63]
16 Oct 2011 Australia       24 South Korea
             [Andrews 50, Brown 82; Choi Yoojung 28,
              Lee Geummin 67, 83, Seo Hyunsook 68]
16 Oct 2011 China           04 North Korea
             [Yun Hyon-Hi 22, 58, Kim Un-Hwa 45, Kim Un-Ju 66]
16 Oct 2011 Vietnam         06 Japan
             [Kyokawa 37, 43, Yokoyama 46, 83, 86, Saito 53pen]

1.Japan            5  4 1 0 13- 3 13  Winners
2.North Korea      5  4 0 1 13- 3 12
3.China            5  2 2 1  7- 8  8
4.South Korea      5  2 1 2 11- 9  7
5.Australia        5  1 0 4  7-12  3
6.Vietnam          5  0 0 5  5-21  0
 

Japan, North Korea, China and South Korea
qualified to the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.


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