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EAFF EAST ASIAN CUP 2013 Final Competition / EAFF WOMEN’S EAST ASIAN CUP 2013 Final Competition Press Release

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January 30, 2013

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【East Asian Football Federation】

Objective Developing football in the region by promoting an active interchange within East Asia, strengthening unity and solidarity among its members, and making contributions to peace through football.
Designation EAST ASIAN FOOTBALL FEDERATION
Abbreviation EAFF
Members China PR, Chinese-Taipei, Guam, Hong Kong-China, Japan, DPR Korea, Korea Rep., Macau-China, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Island
Mongolia (suspended until March 2014)
President Mong Gyu CHUNG (Korea Rep.)
Vice President LIN Xiaohua (China PR)
Martin HONG (Hong Kong-China)
Kohzo TASHIMA (Japan)
Members LU Kun Shan (Chinese Taipei)
Richard LAI (Guam)
JANG Su Myong (DPR Korea)
CHIO Kam Vai (Macau-China)
Jerry TAN (Northern Mariana Islands)
General Secretary Joo Sung KIM (Korea Rep.)
Honorary President Shun-ichiro OKANO (Japan)
Mong Joon CHUNG, Dr. (Korea Rep.)
XIE Yalong (China PR)
Junji OGURA (Japan)
Honorary VicePresident Sang Jin KIM (Korea Rep.)
ZHANG Jilong (China PR)
Honorary Members Der Chia LIN, Dr. (Chinese Taipei)
Date Established 28 May 2002
Secretariat KFA House 6F, 46, Gyeonghuigung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, 110-062, Korea Republic
Official
Web Site

http://www.eaff.com/   Language: English, Chinese(Mandarin), Japanese, Korean
From “eaff.com” we will provide information related to EAFF hosted events as well as various information about East Asian football



【EAFF WOMEN’S EAST ASIAN CUP 2013 Final Competition Event Outline】

Designation EAFF WOMEN’S EAST ASIAN CUP 2013 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation (EAFF)
Organising
Association
Korea Football Association
Venue Korea Rep. (Venues: TBD)
Participants Korea Rep., Japan, DPR Korea, China PR (Winner of Preliminary Competition Round 2)
Format Round-robin league system including 4 teams (each team will play 3 matches)
Dates and
Fixtures
20 July, 2013 (Sat) 16:15 Japan vs. China PR
21 July, 2013 (Sun) 18:15 Korea Rep. vs. DPR Korea
24 July, 2013 (Wed) 17:15 Korea Rep. vs. China PR
25 July, 2013 (Thu) 17:15 Japan vs. DPR Korea
27 July, 2013 (Sat) 17:15 DPR Korea vs. China PR
20:00 Korea Rep. vs. Japan
Prize Money 1st: 50,000USD 2nd: 30,000USD 3rd: 20,000USD 4th: 15,000USD
TV Broadcast Japan: Fuji TV Network
Hong Kong: PCCW (nowTV)
China PR: SMG
USA: ONE World Sports
To be broadcast also in Korea Rep., Australia, etc.



【EAFF EAST ASIAN CUP 2013 Final Competition / EAFF WOMEN’S EAST ASIAN CUP 2013 Final Competition - Competition Schedule】

July
2013
20 SAT 16:15 (Women's) Japan vs. China PR
19:00 (Men's) Korea Rep. vs. Australia
21 SUN 18:15 (Women's) Korea Rep. vs. DPR Korea
21:00 (Men's) Japan vs. China PR
22 MON
23 TUE
24 WED 17:15 (Women's) Korea Rep. vs. China PR
20:00 (Men's) Korea Rep. vs. China PR
25 THU 17:15 (Women's) Japan vs. DPR Korea
20:00 (Men's) Japan vs. Australia
26 FRI
27 SAT 17:15 (Women's) DPR Korea vs. China PR
20:00 (Women's) Korea Rep. vs. Japan
28 SUN 17:15 (Men's) Australia vs. China PR
20:00 (Men's) Korea Rep. vs. Japan



【Past Results of Final Competition】

Designation EAST ASIAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2003 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
Operation Japan Football Association
Dates and Venue 4 Dec. 2003: National Stadium
7 Dec. 2003: Saitama Stadium 2002
10 Dec. 2003: International Stadium Yokohama
Participants China PR, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea Rep.
Results Winner:Korea Rep  2nd Place:Japan  3rd Place:China PR  4th Place:Hong Kong


Designation EAST ASIAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2005 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
Operation Korea Football Association
Dates and Venue 31 Jul. 2005: Daejeon World Cup Stadium
3 Aug. 2005: Daejeon World Cup Stadium
4 Aug. 2005: Jeonju World Cup Stadium
7 Aug. 2005: Daegu World Cup Stadium
Participants China PR, Japan, Korea Rep., DPR Korea
Results Winner:China PR  2nd Place:Japan  3rd Place:DPR Korea  4th Place:Korea Rep


Designation EAST ASIAN WOMEN’S FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2005 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
OperationKorea Football Association
Dates and Venue 1 Aug. 2005: Jeonju World Cup Stadium
3 Aug. 2005: Daejeon World Cup Stadium
4 Aug. 2005: Jeonju World Cup Stadium
6 Aug. 2005: Daejeon World Cup Stadium
Participants China PR, Japan, Korea Rep., DPR Korea
Results Winner:Korea Rep  2nd Place:DPR Korea  3rd Place:Japan  4th Place:China PR


Designation EAST ASIAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2008 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
Operation Chinese Football Association
Dates and Venue 17 Feb. 2008: Chongqing, Olympic Sports Center
20 Feb. 2008: Chongqing, Olympic Sports Center
23 Feb. 2008: Chongqing, Olympic Sports Center
Participants China PR、Japan、DPR Korea、Korea Rep
Results Winner:Korea Rep  2nd Place:Japan  3rd Place:China PR  4th Place:DPR Korea


Designation EAST ASIAN WOMEN’S FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2008 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
Operation Chinese Football Association
Dates and Venue 18 Feb. 2008: Yongchuan Stadium
21 Feb. 2008: Yongchuan Stadium
24 Feb. 2008: Yongchuan Stadium
Participants China PR、Japan、DPR Korea、Korea Rep
Results Winner:Japan  2nd Place:DPR Korea  3rd Place:China PR  4th Place:Korea Rep


Designation EAST ASIAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
Operation Japan Football Association
Dates and Venue 6 Feb. 2010: Ajinomoto Stadium
7 Feb. 2010: National Stadium
10 Feb. 2010: Ajinomoto Stadium
11 Feb. 2010: National Stadium
14 Feb. 2010: National Stadium
Participants Japan、China PR、Korea Rep、Hong Kong
Results Winner:China PR  2nd Place:Korea Rep  3rd Place:Japan  4th Place:Hong Kong


Designation EAST ASIAN WOMEN’S FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 Final Competition
Host East Asian Football Federation
Operation Japan Football Association
Dates and Venue 6 Feb. 2010: Ajinomoto Stadium
7 Feb. 2010: National Stadium
10 Feb. 2010: Ajinomoto Stadium
11 Feb. 2010: National Stadium
13 Feb. 2010: Ajinomoto Stadium
Participants Japan、China PR、Korea Rep、Chinese Taipei
Results Winner:Japan  2nd Place:China PR  3rd Place:Korea Rep  4th Place:Chinese Taipei
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