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AFC U 19 Championship

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Region  AFC (Asia)
Current champions  Japan (1st title)
Number of teams  16

Founded  1959; 58 years ago (1959)
Most successful team(s)  South Korea (12 titles)

The AFC U-19 Championship, formerly known as the AFC Youth Championship, is a biennial international association football competition organised by the sport's Asian governing body, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). The competition has been held since 1959. Between 1959 and 1978 the contest held every year, since 1980 it has been held every two years.


AFC U-19 Championship PressTVIran drawn in AFC U19 games Group C

The tournament has been played in a number of different formats during its existence. Currently it consists of two stages, similarly to AFC's other Asian Championship competitions. The qualifying stage is open to all AFC members, and the final stage is contested between sixteen teams. The last tournament was held in Bahrain.

AFC U-19 Championship Qatar win AFC U19 Championship


  • Coordinate is based on the capital of the nation.
  • Notes

    Successful national teams

    * = as hosts
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