COUNTRIES THAT WON THE AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP.

The AFC Women’s Championship is a tournament which is held in Asia by qualified Asian countries. The competition started in the year 1975 in Hong Kong. Below is the years the competition took place and the nations that won the titles in each year.

1975 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 1975 AFC Women’s Championship was the first edition of the tournament and it was hosted in Hong Kong for the first time. New Zealand became the champions of the competition after they defeated Thailand in the final game. This was the first AFC Women’s Championship title for New Zealand.

1977 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the second edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and it was held in the Republic of China for the first time. The host nation, Republic of China, became the champions of the tournament after they defeated Thailand in the final game. This was the first AFC Women’s Championship title for the Republic of China.

1980 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the third staging of the AFC Women’s Championship and it was hosted in India for the first time. The defending champions, Republic of China, became the winners of the competition for the second time after they defeated India S in the final game.

1981 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 1981 AFC Women’s Championship was the fourth edition of the tournament and it was hosted in Hong Kong for the second time. Mulan Taipei (Republic of China) became the champions of the tournament after they defeated Thailand in the final game. This was the third AFC Women’s Championship title for Mulan Taipei.

Australia female national team.

1983 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the fifth edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and the game was held in Thailand for the first time. The host nation, Thailand, became the champions of the tournament after they defeated India in the final game. This was the first AFC Women’s Championship title for Thailand.

1986 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 1986 AFC Women’s Championship was the sixth edition of the tournament and it was hosted in Hong Kong for the third time. China became the champions of the competition after they defeated Japan in the final game. This was the first AFC Women’s Championship title for China.

1989 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the seventh edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and it was hosted in Hong Kong for the fourth time. The defending champions, China, became the winners of the competition after they defeated Chinese Taipei in the final game. This was the second AFC Women’s Championship title for China.

1991 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 1991 AFC Women’s Championship was the eighth staging of the tournament and it was held in Japan for the first time. China became the champions of the competition for the third time after they defeated the host nation, Japan in the final game.

1993 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the ninth edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and the game was hosted in Malaysia for the first time. China, the defending champions, became the winners of the tournament after they defeated North Korea in the final game. This was the fourth AFC Women’s Championship title for China.

1995 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the tenth edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and it was hosted in Malaysia for the second time. China became the champions of the tournament for the fifth time after they defeated Japan in the final game.

1997 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 1997 AFC Women’s Championship was the eleventh steging of the tournament and it was held in China for the first time. The host nation, China, became the winners of the competition after they defeated North Korea in the final game. This was the sixth AFC Women’s Championship title for China.

1999 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the twelfth edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and the game was held in the Philippines for the first time. China, the defending champion, won the tournament for the seventh time after they defeated Chines Taipei in the final game.

China female national team.

2001 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

The 2001 AFC Women’s Championship was the thirteenth edition of the tournament and it was hosted in Taiwan for the first time. North Korea became the champions of the competition after they defeated Japan in the final game. This was the first AFC Women’s Championship title for North Korea.

2003 AFC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

This was the fourteenth edition of the AFC Women’s Championship and the game was held in Thailand for the second time. The defending champions, North Korea, became the winners of the tournament for the second time after they defeated China in the final game.

2006 AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP

This was the fifteenth staging of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup and it was hosted in Australia for the first time. China became the champions of the tournament after they beat the host nation, Australia, in the final game. This was the eighth AFC Women’s Asian Cup for China.

2008 AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP

The 2008 AFC Women’s Asian Cup was the sixteenth edition of the tournament and it was held in Vietnam for the first time. North Korea became the champions of the competition after they defeated the defending champions, Chhina, in the final game. This was the third AFC Women’s Asian Cup for North Korea.

2010 AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP

This was the seventeenth edition of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup and the game was hosted in China for the second time. Australia became the champions of the competition after they defeated the defending champions, North Korea, in the final game. This was the first AFC Women’s Asian Cup for Australia.

2014 AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP

This was the eighteenth staging of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup and it was held in Vietnam for the second time. Japan became the champions of the tournament after they defeated the defending champions, Australia, in the final game. This was first AFC women’s Asian Cu

2018 AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP

This was the nineteenth edition of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup and the game was hosted in Jordan for the first time. Japan became the champions of the tournament after they defeated Australia in the final game. This was the second AFC Women’s Asian Cup for Japan.

2022 AFC WOMEN’S ASIAN CUP

The 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup was the twentieth staging of the tournament and it was hosted in India for the second time. China became the champions of the competition after they beat South Korea in the final game. This was the ninth AFC Women’s Asian Cup for China. China is currently the leading nation with the most AFC Women’s Asian Cup.

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