Korea - List of Joseon Tournament Winners


The first official match in Korea was played on Jun 10, 1905, between Hwangseong YMSA and Korea Sports Club.

The All Joseon Football Championship was held in Seoul on 21 occasions prior to World War II, usually as part of a multi-sports event, and with various age categories, and open to (school) teams from all of Korea.


Palmares

Ed. Year  Winners                        Runners-Up
 1  1921    tournament abandoned due to fighting
 2  1922  Muo FC (Pyongyang)             Bulgyo Cheongnyeonhoe FC
 3  1922  Bulgyo Cheongnyeonhoe FC       Geongang Gurakbu
 4  1923  Bulgyo Cheongnyeonhoe FC       Muo FC (Pyongyang) 
 5  1924  Geongang Gurakbu               Suyang Gurakbu
 6  1925  Joseon FC                      Goryeo Gurakbu
 7  1926  Muo FC (Pyongyang)             Joseon FC    
 8  1927  Yonhi College                  Joseon FC    
 9  1928  Yonhi College                  Bosung College
10  1929  Bosung College                 Yeonu Gurakbu
11  1930  Yonhi College                  Bosung College
12  1931  Soongsil College (Pyongyang)   Yonhi College     
13  1932  Chongjin FC (Chongjin)         Gyerim FC (Gunsan)
14  1933  Joseon FC                      Kyungsung FC
15  1934  Pyongyang FC (Pyongyang)       Joseon FC    
16  1935  Chongjin FC (Chongjin)         National Railroad FC
17  1936  Kyungsung FC                   Suncheon FC (Suncheon)
18  1937  Seoul FC                       Dongbang FC
19  1938  Hamhung FC (Hamhung)           Kyungsung FC
20  1939  National Railroad FC           Kyungsung FC
21  1940  Majang FC                      Seonil FC

Number of Wins (20; runners-up finishes between square brackets)

 3 [ 1] Yonhi College 

 2 [ 3] Joseon FC   
 2 [ 3] Kyungsung FC [includes Seoul FC]
 2 [ 1] Bulgyo Cheongnyeonhoe FC ["Buddhist Youth Club"]
 2 [ 1] Muo FC (Pyongyang) 
 2      Chongjin FC (Chongjin) 

 1 [ 2] Bosung College
 1 [ 1] Geongang Gurakbu ["Health Club"]
 1 [ 1] National Railroad FC
 1      Hamhung FC (Hamhung) 
 1      Majang FC   
 1      Pyongyang FC (Pyongyang) 
 1      Soongsil College (Pyongyang) 

   [ 1] Dongbang FC
   [ 1] Goryeo Gurakbu
   [ 1] Gyerim FC (Gunsan)
   [ 1] Seonil FC
   [ 1] Suncheon FC (Suncheon)
   [ 1] Suyang Gurakbu
   [ 1] Yeonu Gurakbu

NB: Pyongyang, Hamhung and Chongjin are currently in North Korea;
    all other cities are in South Korea;
    clubs with no city name given were based in Seoul;
    Kyungsung FC won (as Seoul Shukyu-dan) the 1935 Emperor's Cup in Japan;
    Bosung College (Poseung College) were 1936 losing finalists in the Emperor's Cup


list of north korean champions

list of south korean champions

list of south korean cup finals


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Source: wikipedia

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Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 9 Feb 2017

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