Asian Women's Championship 2014

China, Japan, South Korea, Australia all have byes to the final tournament.
North Korea was banned from the competition

Qualifying Tournament

Group A (In Jordan)

05 Jun 2013 Uzbekistan      180 Kuwait
05 Jun 2013 Jordan           50 Lebanon
07 Jun 2013 Lebanon          04 Uzbekistan
07 Jun 2013 Jordan          210 Kuwait
09 Jun 2013 Lebanon         121 Kuwait
09 Jun 2013 Uzbekistan       04 Jordan

1.Jordan           3  3 0 0  30- 0   9  Qualified
2.Uzbekistan       3  2 0 1  22- 4   6
3.Lebanon          3  1 0 2  12-10   3
4.Kuwait           3  0 0 3   1-51   0

Group B (in Bangladesh)

21 May 2013 Iran             06 Philippines
21 May 2013 Thailand         90 Bangladesh
23 May 2013 Philippines      01 Thailand
23 May 2013 Bangladesh       02 Iran
25 May 2013 Thailand         51 Iran
25 May 2013 Philippines      40 Bangladesh
 
1.Thailand         3  3 0 0  15- 1   9  Qualified
2.Philippines      3  2 0 1  10- 1   6
3.Iran             3  1 0 2   3-11   3
4.Bangladesh       3  0 0 3   0-15   0

Group C (in Bahrain)

22 May 2013 Vietnam          80 Bahrain
22 May 2013 Hong Kong        21 Kyrgyzstan
24 May 2013 Bahrain          13 Hong Kong
24 May 2013 Vietnam         12-0 Kyrgyzstan
26 May 2013 Vietnam          40 Hong Kong
26 May 2013 Kyrgyzstan       14 Bahrain

1.Vietnam          3  3 0 0  24- 0   9  Qualified
2.Hong Kong        3  2 0 1   5- 6   6
3.Bahrain          3  1 0 2   5-12   3
4.Kyrgyzstan       3  0 0 3   2-18   0

Group D (in Palestine)

21 May 2013 Chinese Taipei   60 Palestine
21 May 2013 Myanmar          20 India
23 May 2013 Palestine        09 Myanmar
23 May 2013 India            12 Chinese Taipei
25 May 2013 Palestine        11 India
25 May 2013 Myanmar          00 Chinese Taipei

1.Myanmar          3  2 1 0  11- 0   7  Qualified
2.Chinese Taipei   3  2 1 0   8- 1   7
3.India            3  0 1 2   2- 5   1
4.Palestine        3  0 1 2   1-16   1


FINAL TOURNAMENT

Vietnam, 14-25 May 2014

Group A
14 May 2014 Vietnam          31 Jordan
             [Muon 18, Huong 36, 84; Jbarah 34]
14 May 2014 Australia        22 Japan
             [Foord 21, De Vanna 64; Polkinghorne 71og, Ogimi 84]
16 May 2014 Jordan           13 Australia
             [Al-Naber 70; Gill 35, 50, Gorry 66]
16 May 2014 Japan            40 Vietnam
             [Kawasumi 44, 87, Kiryu 65, Ogimi 69]
18 May 2014 Vietnam          02 Australia
             [Thuong 42og, Gorry 90]
18 May 2014 Japan            70 Jordan
             [Kira 25, 90+3, Nakajima 45+1, 75, Sakaguchi 49, 81,
              Alhyasat 69og]

1.JAPAN            3  2 1 0  13- 2   7
2.AUSTRALIA        3  2 1 0   7- 3   7
3.Vietnam          3  1 0 2   3- 7   3
4.Jordan           3  0 0 3   2-13   0

Group B
15 May 2014 South Korea     120 Myanmar
             [Ji So-Yun 4, Park Eun-Sun 17pen, 43, Park Hee-Young 33
              Jeon Ga-Eul 36, 40pen, 63, Cho So-Hyun 45+3, 61, 82,
              Kwon Hah-Nul 58, Yeo Min-Ji 76]
15 May 2014 China            70 Thailand
             [Li Dongna 6, Li Ying 8, Yang Li 16, 45+1, 64, 90+1,
              Xu Yanlu 75]
17 May 2014 Myanmar          03 China
             [Ren Guixin 10, Ma Xiaoxu 60, Yang Li 87]
17 May 2014 Thailand         04 South Korea
             [Ji So-Yun 11, Park Eun-Sun 12, 47, 84]
19 May 2014 South Korea      00 China
19 May 2014 Thailand         21 Myanmar
             [Sung-Ngoen 27, Duangnapa 59; Ye Ye Oo 45+1]

1.SOUTH KOREA      3  2 1 0  16- 0   7
2.CHINA            3  2 1 0  10- 0   7
3.Thailand         3  1 0 2   2-12   3
4.Myanmar          3  0 0 3   1-17   0

Fifth place play-off
21 May 2014 Vietnam          12 Thailand
             [Dung 86; Sung-Ngoen 48, 65]

Semifinals
22 May 2014 Japan            21 China                     [aet]
             [Sawa 51, Iwashimizu 120+2; Li Dongna 80pen]
22 May 2014 South Korea      12 Australia
             [Park Eun-Sun 53pen; Gorry 47, Kellond Knight 77]
 

Third Place Game
25 May 2014 China            21 South Korea
             [Park Eun-Sun 3og, Yang Li 90+3; Yoo Young-A 80]

Final
25 May 2014 Japan            10 Australia
             [Iwashimizu 28]
 
Japan, Australia, China, South Korea and Thailand qualify
to FIFA Women's World Cup 2015


Overview

2010


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