Played annually in South Korea from 1971 to 1989. Since then it is biannual. The official name changed a few times:
1971-1975 Park's Cup Asia Football Championship 1976-1979 President Park's Cup International Football Championship 1980-1993 President's Cup 1995- now Korea CupParticipation is both by regional national sides and various club teams and selections from all over the world.
Year Winners Runners-Up 1971 Burma and South Korea [shared after two 0-0's] 1972 Burma 3-1 Indonesia 1973 Burma and Cambodia [shared after 0-0] 1974 South Korea 7-1 Medan 1975 South Korea 1-0 Burma 1976 South Korea and São Paulo U-21 [shared after 0-0] 1977 São Paulo U-21 1-0 South Korea 1978 South Korea 6-2 Washington Diplomats 1979 Vitória FC 2-1 South Korea 1980 South Korea 2-0 Indonesia 1981 South Korea and Racing (Córdoba) [shared after 2-2] 1982 South Korea and Atlético Mineiro [shared after 0-0] 1983 PSV 3-2 South Korea 1984 Bangu 2-1 Hallelujah 1985 South Korea 1-0 South Korea Olympic 1986 not held due to Asian Games in Seoul 1987 South Korea 0-0 Australia [5-4 pen] 1988 Czechoslovakia XI 2-1 Soviet Union Olympic 1989 Czechoslovakia XI Brøndby IF 1991 South Korea 2-0 Egypt 1993 Egypt 1-0 South Korea 1995 Ecuador 1-0 Zambia 1997 South Korea Yugoslavia 1999 Croatia Mexico Number of Wins 12 South Korea (4 shared) 3 Burma (2 shared) 2 Czechoslovakia XI São Paulo U-21 (1 shared) 1 Bangu Croatia Ecuador Egypt PSV Vitória FC Atlético Mineiro (shared) Cambodia (shared) Racing (Córdoba) (shared)
Thanks to Barrie Courtney for name information
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