East Asian Football Federation


East Asian Football Federation
Mitglieder der EAFF

Die East Asian Football Federation (EAFF) ist ein 2002 gegründeter regionaler Fußballverband in Ostasien mit zur Zeit zehn Mitgliedern. Der Verband organisiert jeweils alle zwei Jahre die Ostasienmeisterschaften für Männer und seit 2005 auch für Frauen, sowie im jährlichen Wechsel mit dem Turnier der A-Mannschaften einen U-14 Wettbewerb.

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Mitglieder

Bisherige Turniersieger

Männer A-Turnier

  • 2003: Südkorea
  • 2005: China
  • 2008: Südkorea

Junioren U-14-Turnier

  • 2004: Hong Kong

Frauen A-Turnier

  • 2005: Nordkorea
  • 2008: Japan

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