WAFF Championship

WAFF Championship
Founded 2000 (2000)
Region Western Asia (WAFF)
Number of teams 9
Current champions  Qatar (1st title)
Most successful team(s)  Iran (4 titles)
2018 WAFF Championship

The WAFF Championship or West Asian Football Federation Championship is a football competition consisting mainly of West Asian countries and territories. The event is organized by West Asian Football Federation. It is usually held every two years, but at occasionally longer intervals.

Senior tournaments

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
2000
Amman

Iran
1 – 0
Syria

Iraq
4 – 1
Jordan
2002
Damascus

Iraq
3 – 2
aet

Jordan

Iran
2 – 2
(4–2) ps

Syria
2004
Tehran

Iran
4 – 1
Syria

Jordan
3 – 1
Iraq
2007
Amman

Iran
2 – 1
Iraq
 Syria /  Jordan
No 3rd Place Match
2008
Tehran

Iran
2 – 1
Jordan
 Syria /  Qatar
No 3rd Place Match
2010
Amman

Kuwait
2 – 1
Iran
 Iraq /  Yemen
No 3rd Place Match
2012
Kuwait City

Syria
1 – 0
Iraq

Oman
1 – 0
Bahrain
2014
Doha

Qatar
2 – 0
Jordan

Bahrain
0 – 0
(3–2) ps

Kuwait
2018
Basra
1 No third place match was played.

Medal Summary

As 2014

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Iran4116
2 Iraq1225
3 Syria1225
4 Qatar1012
5 Kuwait1001
6 Jordan0325
7 Bahrain0011
8 Oman0011
9 Yemen0011
Total881127

General statistics

As 2014

Rank Team Part Pld W D L GF GA Dif Pts
1  Iran 72819725616+4064
2  Iraq 72613763519+1646
3  Jordan 82711793325+840
4  Syria 7259792733-634
5  Kuwait 3105321414018
6  Qatar 275021210+215
7  Bahrain 31135356-114
8  Oman 411335913-412
9  Lebanon 6142210621-158
10  Palestine 81813141030-206
11  Saudi Arabia 2512225-35
12  Yemen 2611468-24
13  Kazakhstan 1310239-63
14  United Arab Emirates 000000000
15  Kyrgyzstan 1300308-80

http://www.mundial11.com/en/competition-teams-st/56?

Participating nations

Team
2000

2002

2004

2007

2008

2010

2012

2014
Years
 Bahrain GS4th3rd3
 Iran 1st3rd1st1st1st2ndGS7
 Iraq 3rd1st4th2ndSF2ndGS7
 Jordan 4th2nd3rdSF2ndGSGS2nd8
 Kazakhstan # GS1
 Kuwait 1stGS4th3
 Kyrgyzstan # GS1
 Lebanon GSGSGSGSGSGS6
 Oman GSGS3rdGS4
 Palestine GSGSGSGSGSGSGSGS8
 Qatar SF1st2
 Saudi Arabia GSGS2
 Syria 2nd4th2ndSFSFGS1st7
 United Arab Emirates 0
 Yemen SFGS2
Total866669119
  • (#) Invitee.
  • Red border: Host nation.
  • Blank: Did not enter.
  • TBD: To be determined.
  • GS: Group Stage.
  • SF: Semifinals. (No 3rd place playoff.)

Youth tournaments

Under 23

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2015
Details

Doha
Iran  2-0 Syria  Qatar  3-0 Yemen 

Under 16

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
2005
Details

Tehran

Iran
4 - 1
Syria

Iraq
5 - 0
Lebanon
2007
Details

Aleppo

Syria
n/a(1)
Iran

Jordan
n/a(1)
Iraq
2009
Details

Amman

Iran
3 - 2
Syria

Iraq
3 - 1
Jordan
2013
Details

Al-Ram

Iraq
n/a(1)
United Arab Emirates

Jordan
n/a(1)
Palestine
2015
Details

Amman

Iraq
n/a(1)
Saudi Arabia

United Arab Emirates
n/a(1)
Palestine
2018
Details

Amman

Japan
n/a(1)
India

Jordan
n/a(1)
Yemen
1 The tournament was played in the round-robin league format.

Youth total wins

WinsNationsYear
2 times Iraq2013, 2015
2 times Iran2005, 2009
1 time Syria2007
1 time Japan2018

Futsal

See also

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