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Countries' best result in men's football in Asian Games (gold for gold medal, silver for silver medal, and bronze for bronze medal, others light blue)


Men's Association football was an Asian Games sport since the 1951 edition. Women's football competition began on 1990.

Since 2002 Asian Games, age limit for men teams is under-23, same as the age limit in football competitions at the Summer Olympics, while three over aged players are allowed among each squad.

Men's tournaments

Summaries



Year Host Final Third Place
Gold Medal Score Silver Medal Bronze Medal Score Fourth Place

1951

details


New Delhimarker, Indiamarker
1–0 2–0

1954

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Manilamarker, Philippinesmarker
5–2 5–4

1958

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Tokyomarker, Japanmarker
3–2 4–1

1962

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Jakartamarker, Indonesiamarker
2–1 4–1

1966

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Bangkokmarker, Thailandmarker
1–0 2–0

1970

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Bangkokmarker, Thailandmarker


0–0 aet1 1–0

1974

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Tehranmarker, Iranmarker
1–0 2–1

1978

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Bangkokmarker, Thailandmarker


0–0 aet1 1–0

1982

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New Delhimarker, Indiamarker
1–0 2

1986

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Seoulmarker, South Koreamarker
2–0 5–0

1990

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Beijing, Chinamarker
0–0 aet

(4–1) pen
1–0

1994

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Hiroshima, Japanmarker
4–2 2–1

1998

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Bangkokmarker, Thailandmarker
2–0 3–0

2002

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Busanmarker, South Koreamarker
2–1 3–0

2006

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Dohamarker, Qatarmarker
1–0 1–0 aet

2010

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Guangzhoumarker, Chinamarker


Title shared

As the Korea DPR team were handed a two-year suspension for assaulting officials at the end of their semi-final, Saudi Arabia were awarded the third-place playoff by default.


Medal table

Team Gold Silver Bronze
4 (1974*, 1990, 1998, 2002) 2 (1951, 1966) 1 (2006)
3 (1970, 1978, 1986*) 3 (1954, 1958, 1962) 2 (1990, 2002*)
2 (1951*, 1962) 1 (1970)
2 (1966, 1970) 1 (1954)
# 2 (1954, 1958)
1 (1982) 1 (2006)
1 (1978) 1 (1990)
1 (2006*)
1 (1994)
2 (1982, 1998) 2 (1986, 1994)
1 (1994) 2 (1978, 1998)
1 (2002) 2 (1951, 1966)
1 (1986) 1 (1982)
1 (1974)
2 (1962, 1974)
1 (1958)


* = ''host''
:# = ''Chinese Taipei also known as Taiwan, the recognised name after 1979'' ==Women's tournaments== ===Summaries=== {| border=1 style="border-collapse:collapse; font-size:90%; text-align:center; width:100%" cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 |- bgcolor=#C1D8FF !rowspan=2 width=5%|Year !rowspan=2 width=10%|Host !width=1% rowspan=35 bgcolor=ffffff| !colspan=3|Final !width=1% rowspan=35 bgcolor=ffffff| !colspan=3|Third Place |- bgcolor=#EFEFEF !width=15%|Gold Medal !width=10%|Score !width=15%|Silver Medal !width=15%|Bronze Medal !width=10%|Score !width=15%|''Fourth Place'' |- bgcolor=#F5FAFF |1990
''[[Football at the 1990 Asian Games|details]]'' |{{flagicon|CHN}}
[[Beijing]], [[China]] |'''{{fbw-big|China}}''' |[[#fn 3|3]] |{{fbw-big|Japan}} |{{fbw-big|North Korea}} |[[#fn 3|3]] |{{fbw-big|Chinese Taipei}} |- bgcolor=#D0E7FF |1994
''[[Football at the 1994 Asian Games|details]]'' |{{flagicon|JPN}}
[[Hiroshima]], [[Japan]] |'''{{fbw-big|China}}''' |'''2–0''' |{{fbw-big|Japan}} |{{fbw-big|Chinese Taipei}} |[[#fn 4|4]] |{{fbw-big|South Korea}} |- bgcolor=#F5FAFF |1998
''[[Football at the 1998 Asian Games|details]]'' |{{flagicon|THA}}
[[Bangkok]], [[Thailand]] |'''{{fbw-big|China}}''' |'''1–0''' |{{fbw-big|North Korea}} |{{fbw-big|Japan}} |2–1 |{{fbw-big|Chinese Taipei}} |- bgcolor=#D0E7FF |2002
''[[Football at the 2002 Asian Games|details]]'' |{{flagicon|KOR}}
[[Busan]], [[South Korea]] |'''{{fbw-big|North Korea}}''' |[[#fn 3|3]] |{{fbw-big|China}} |{{fbw-big|Japan}} |[[#fn 3|3]] |{{fbw-big|South Korea}} |- bgcolor=#F5FAFF |2006
''[[Football at the 2006 Asian Games|details]]'' |{{flagicon|QAT}}
[[Doha]], [[Qatar]] |'''{{fbw-big|North Korea}}''' |'''0–0''' [[extra time|aet]]
'''(4–2)''' [[Penalty shootout|pen]] |{{fbw-big|Japan}} |{{fbw-big|China}} |2–0 |{{fbw-big|South Korea}} |} ''{{fnb|3}}'' Round-robin tournament
''{{fnb|4}}'' Decided by round-robin standings ===Medal table=== {| class=wikitable |- !Team !Gold !Silver !Bronze |- |{{fbw|CHN}} |style=background:#FFF68F|3 (1990*, 1994, 1998) |1 (2002) |1 (2006) |- |{{fbw|PRK}} |style=background:#FFF68F|2 (2002, 2006) |1 (1998) |1 (1990) |- |{{fbw|JPN}} | |3 (1990*, 1994, 2006) |2 (1998, 2002) |- |{{fbw|TPE}} | | |1 (1994) |} :* = host


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