AFC U-19 Women’s 2015 Championship Finals

AFC U-19 Women’s 2015 Championship Finals

Hosts China learned their opponents for the AFC U-19 Women’s Championship 2015 on Wednesday following the tournament’s official draw.

The draw at AFC House in the Malaysian capital city of Kuala Lumpur placed the Chinese, who bagged third place at the last edition in 2013, in Group A along with Japan, Australia and Uzbekistan.

Group B sees defending champions Korea Republic, 2013 runners-up DPR Korea, Thailand and Iran vying for the top two places.

Korea Republic, DPR Korea, China and Japan were granted automatic entries into the competition by finishing in the top four in the last edition.

Uzbekistan, Iran, Australia and Thailand claimed their spots in the finals after winning their respective qualifying groups. The eight teams will play a one-round league, where each team in the group will play one match against every other team.

The top two teams in each group (four teams in total) will qualify for the semi-finals where the two winners will play in the final match to determine the champion while the losing  teams will play in the 3rd/4th place playoff.

The championship will be held in Nanjing from August 18 to 29, 2015, with the opener pitting China against Uzbekistan at the Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium.

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CURRENT GROUP STANDINGS:

Group A (Final standings): Japan (9pts), China PR (6pts), Australia (3pts), Uzbekistan (0pts)

Group B (Final standings): DPR Korea (9pts), Korea Republic (6pts), Thailand (3pts), Iran (0pts)

 

Match Fixtures:

Date Time (local) Match Venue TV
Tuesday 18th August Group A: Japan 2 – 0 Australia
Goals: ​Kobayashi 10′ 28′ (Japan)
Jiangsu Training Base Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Tuesday 18th August Group A: China PR 9 – 0 Uzbekistan
Goals: Shi Tianlun 15′ (China PR), Xiao Yuyi 20′ 41′ 58′ (China PR), Yan Jinjin 32′ 32′ 51′ (China PR), Zhang Zhu 66′ (China PR), 79′ (own goal)
Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Wednesday 19th August 9:00 Group B: Korea Republic 13 – 0 Iran
Goals: Hwang Hye-Soo 12′, 24′ , Choi Hee-Jeong 16′, 36′, Namgung Ye-JI 37′, 59′, Son Hwa-Yeon 52′, 78′, Wie Jae-Eun 60′, 72′, 81′ ,  Park Yee-Un 66′ , Song Ji-Yoon 90′
 Jiangsu Training Base Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Wednesday 19th August 12:00 Group B: Korea DPR 5 – 0 Thailand
Goals: Jon So-Yon 38′, Ri Kyong Hyang 47′, Ri Un-Sim 63′, 66′, 88′
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Thursday 20th August 9:00 Group A: Uzbekistan 0 – 6 Japan
Goals: Sonoda 6′, 77′, Kiko 25′, 35′, 47′, Hasegawa 37′
Jiangsu Training Base Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Thursday 20th August 12:00 Group A: Australia 1 – 2 China PR
Goals: Manman Qin 37′ (China PR), Yan Liu 54′ (China PR), Amy Harrison 67′ (Australia)
Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Friday 21st August 9:00 Group B: Thailand 0 – 3 Korea Republic
Goals: Jang Chang 53′, 72′, Namgung Ye-Jl 76′ 
 Jiangsu Training Base Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Friday 21st August 12:00 Group B: Iran 0 – 9 Korea DPR
Goals: Ri Un-Sim 28′, 63′ , Jon So-Yon 32′, Wi Jong Sim 36′, Kim Phyong Hwa 39′, Ri Kyong Hyang 48′, Ri Hui-Jong 87′ , Kim So-Hyang 89′, Choe Un-Hwa 90+4′ 
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Saturday 22nd August 9:00 Group A: China PR 2 – 3 Japan
Goals: Rikako Kobayashi 22′ (Japan), Meika Nishida 64′ (Japan), Shi Tianlun 71′ (China PR), Hikaru Kitagawa 74′ (Japan), Pan Jiahui 83′ (China PR) 
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Saturday 22nd August 9:00 Group A: Australia 1 – 0 Uzbekistan
Goal: Ayesha Kirby 36′
Jiangsu Training Base Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Sunday 23rd August 9:00 Group B: Korea Republic 0 – 1 Korea DPR
Goal: Ri Hyang Sim 62′
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
Sunday 23rd August 9:00 Group B: Thailand 7 – 1 Iran
Goals: Saowalak Pengngam 3′, 10′, 54′, 69′ (Thailand), Sara Zohrabina 58′ (Iran), Jenjira Bubpha 81′, 83′, 89′ (Thailand)
 Jiangsu Training Base Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
SEMI-FINALS
26th August  16:30 (local) Japan 1-0 Korea Republic
Goal: Rikako Kobayashi 82′
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport  / Live stream finished
26th August  20:00 (local) Korea DPR 2-0 China PR
Goals: Ri Un Sim 30′, Ri Kyong-Hyang 60′
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF:
29th August  16:30 (local) Korea Republic 4-0 China PR
Goals: 50′ OG, Son Hwa Yeon 59′, 67′, Jang Chang 69′
 Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / Live stream finished
FINAL:
29th August  20:00 (local) Japan 0-0 (4-2 PSO) Korea DPR  Jiangning Sports Centre Stadium, Nanjing Eversport / WATCH LIVE STREAM

 

JAPAN WIN THE AFC U-19 WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP 2015!!

59 Comments
  1. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Japan win AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final 4 – 2 on penalties

  2. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Full-Time after ET now penalties:Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  3. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    End of 1st half Extra time: Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  4. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Full-Time: 30′ Extra time now, Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  5. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    20 minutes left to play score: Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  6. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Second half started: Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  7. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Half-Time: Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  8. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    20 minutes played score: Japan 0 – 0 Korea DPR, AFC U-19 Championship 2015 Final

  9. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Game Started: Japan V Korea DPR, AFC U19 Championship 2015 Final

  10. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Korea Republic 4 – 0 China PR
    Goals From:
    50′ (own goal)
    Son Hwa Yeon 59′ 67′ (Korea Republic)
    Jang Chang 69′ (Korea Republic)

  11. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    20 minutes left to play score:
    Korea Republic 4 – 0 China PR
    Goals From:
    50′ (own goal)
    Son Hwa Yeon 59′ 67′ (Korea Republic)
    Jang Chang 69′ (Korea Republic)

  12. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Korea DPR 2 – 0 China PR
    Goals From:
    Ri Un Sim 30′ (Korea DPR)
    Ri Kyong-Hyang 60′ (Korea DPR)

  13. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Japan 1 – 0 Korea Republic
    Goals From:
    Rikako Kobayashi 82′ (Japan)

  14. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Thailand 7 – 1 Iran
    Goals From:
    Saowalak Pengngam 3′ 10′ 54′ 69′ (Thailand)
    Sara Zohrabina 58′ (Iran)
    Jenjira Bubpha 81′ 83′ 89′ (Thailand)

    Korea Republic 0 – 1 Korea DPR
    Goals From:
    Ri Hyang Sim 62′ (Korea DPR)

  15. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: Korea Republic 0 – 1 Korea DPR, Ri Hyang Sim 62′

  16. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: Thailand 3 – 1 Iran, Sara Zohrabina 58′

  17. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal Hat trick: Thailand 3 – 0 Iran, Saowalak Pengnam 54′

  18. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Second half started: Thailand 2 – 0 Iran, Korea Republic 0 – 0 Korea DPR

  19. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Half-Time:
    Thailand 2 – 0 Iran, Saowalak Pengnam 3′ 10′,
    Korea Republic 0 – 0 Korea DPR

  20. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    30 minutes played score: Korea Republic 0 – 0 Korea DPR

  21. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: Thailand 2 – 0 Iran, Saowalak Pengnam 10′

  22. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: Thailand 1 – 0 Iran, Saowalak Pengnam 3′

  23. Ken Suzuki 4 years ago

    Japan won the Group A and is to play the Group B runner-up, i.e. the losing side of the two Koreas. (Let us hope they won’t play each other when their countries are at war.)

    All four of China, Japan and both Koreas will advance to the semi-finals, and three will go to the 2015 U20 cup. The team who lost both matches (semi-final and third-place) misses the U20.

    So I guess the two Korean coaches face a strategic decision. Both will have only two days interval while Japan and China will have three. (SF are on August 26.) Basically they have two alternatives for the match tomorrow.

    Plan A: Rest the best players in a match which does not matter in going to U20.
    Plan B: Play the best players to win and avoid playing Group A winner.

    • Gina West 4 years ago

      That is a very interesting point. I wonder how the Korean coaches will play it.

      What would you be tempted to do? The ticket to U-20 would be the more appealing option to me but I would be concerned about changing my tactics too much… Lucky it’s not me making the decision ha!

      • Ken Suzuki 4 years ago

        If I were in their shoes I will perhaps rest my best players because there is no guarantee China is an easier opposition while competing with players rested for three days while you were rested for two days is a daunting challenge.

        But, of course, either Korea may be good enough to beat Japan who rested one extra day. Majority of the Japanese players were in the team who won the 2014 U17 cup, but this same team had beaten N. Korea only by PSO in the Asian qualifier.

  24. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Australia 1 – 0 Uzbekistan
    Goals From:
    Ayesha Kirby 36′ (Australia)

    China PR 2 – 3 Japan
    Goals From:
    Rikako Kobayashi 22′ (Japan)
    Meika Nishida 64′ (Japan)
    Shi Tianlun 71′ (China PR)
    Hikaru Kitagawa 74′ (Japan)
    Pan Jiahui 83′ (China PR)

  25. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Iran 0 – 9 Korea DPR
    Goals From:
    Ri Un-Sim 28′ 63′ (Korea DPR)
    Jon So-Yon 32′ (Korea DPR)
    Wi Jong Sim 36′ (Korea DPR)
    Kim Phyong Hwa 39′ (Korea DPR)
    Ri Kyong Hyang 48′ (Korea DPR)
    Ri Hui-Jong 87′ (Korea DPR)
    Kim So-Hyang 89′ (Korea DPR)
    Choe Un-Hwa 90+4′ (Korea DPR)

  26. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    China PR, Japan and Korea Republic are through to the Semi Finals AFC U-19 Championship

  27. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Thailand 0 – 3 Korea Republic
    Goals From:
    Jang Chang 53′ 72′ (Korea Republic)
    Namgung Ye-Jl 76′ (Korea Republic)

  28. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Australia 1 – 2 China PR
    Goals From:
    Manman Qin 37′ (China PR)
    Yan Liu 54′ (China PR)
    Amy Harrison 67′ (Australia)

    Uzbekistan 0 – 6 Japan
    Goals From:
    Mizuki Sonoda 6′ 77′ (Japan)
    Seike Kiko 25′ 35′ 47′ (Japan)
    Yui Hasegawa 37′ (Japan)

  29. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Korea DPR 5 – 0 Thailand
    Goals From:
    Jon So-Yon 38′ (Korea DPR)
    Ri Kyong Hyang 47′ (Korea DPR)
    Ri Un-Sim 63′ 66′ 88′ (Korea DPR)

  30. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    Korea Republic 13 – 0 Iran
    Goals From:
    Hwang Hye-Soo 12′ 24′ (Korea Republic)
    Choi Hee-Jeong 16′ 36′ (Korea Republic)
    Namgung Ye-JI 37′ 59′ (Korea Republic)
    Son Hwa-Yeon 52′ 78′ (Korea Republic)
    Wie Jae-Eun 60′ 72′ 81′ (Korea Republic)
    Park Yee-Un 66′ (Korea Republic)
    Song Ji-Yoon 90′ (Korea Republic)

  31. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Full-Time:
    China PR 9 – 0 Uzbekistan

  32. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    GOAL: China PR 9 – 0 Uzbekistan 80′

  33. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    20 minutes left to play score: China PR 8 – 0 Uzbekistan

  34. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    GOAL: China PR 8 – 0 Uzbekistan 67′

  35. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    GOAL:
    China PR 6 – 0 Uzbekistan 60′

  36. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    China PR 6 – 0 Uzbekistan 52′

  37. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Half-Time: China PR 5 – 0 Uzbekistan

  38. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    China PR 5 – 0 Uzbekistan 43′

  39. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: China PR 4 – 0 Uzbekistan, 34′

  40. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: China PR 3 – 0 Uzbekistan, 32′

  41. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: China PR 2 – 0 Uzbekistan, 20′

  42. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: China PR 1 – 0 Uzbekistan, 15′

  43. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Full-Time:Japan 2 – 0 Australia, Kobayashi 10′ 28′

  44. Ken Suzuki 4 years ago

    I don’t believe it.
    The Live stream is blocked in Japan!!!!

    WHY??????????????????????????

    Most likely: Some stupid TV station monopolizes the broadcast right even if they don’t broadcast. Rot in Hell.

    • WSU 4 years ago

      Oh no! That’s ridiculous!!
      Why would you block a country that is competing?? It’s always the fans that suffer.

  45. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    10 minutes left to play: Japan 2 – 0 Australia

  46. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    20 minutes left to play score: Japan 2 – 0 Australia

  47. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    35 minutes left to play: Japan 2 – 0 Australia

  48. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Second half started: Japan 2 – 0 Australia

  49. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Half-Time: Japan 2 – 0 Australia, Kobayashi 10′ 28′

  50. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Kobayashi 10′ 28′ puts Japan 2 up: Japan 2 – 0 Australia

  51. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: Japan 2 – 0 Australia, 28′

  52. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    20 minutes played score: Japan 1 – 0 Australia

  53. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Goal: Japan 1 – 0 Australia, 11′

  54. Author
    Asa 4 years ago

    Game Started: Japan V Australia

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