AFF Futsal Cup

The AFF Futsal Cup (Formerly the AFF Futsal Club Championship) is the annual Southeast Asian futsal club competition hosted by the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF).

AFF Futsal Cup
Organising bodyAFF
RegionSoutheast Asia
Current championsIndonesia Bintang Timur Surabaya (men) (1 title)
Indonesia Jaya Kencana Angels (women) (1 title)
Most successful club(s)Thailand Port (men) (3 titles)
Vietnam Thái Sơn Nam (women) (2 title)
WebsiteOfficial website
2022 AFF Futsal Cup

In May 2019, the AFF decided to change the name of the competition from AFF Futsal Club Championship into the AFF Futsal Cup.[1] AFF Futsal Club Championship is the second-biggest futsal club competition in Asia behind AFC Futsal Club Championship.

SummariesEdit

Men'sEdit

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2014
Details
 
Jakarta
 
IPC FC
Round-robin  
Felda United
 
Hai Phuong Nam
Round-robin  
Libido FC
2015
Details
 
Bangkok
 
Port
5–0  
Felda United
 
MIC
4–2  
East Coast Heat
2016
Details
 
Naypyidaw
 
Port
4–3  
Thái Sơn Nam
 
MIC
7–5  
Black Steel Manokwari
2017
Details
 
Bangkok
 
Port
4–0  
Sanna Khánh Hòa
 
Melaka United
4–2  
Permata Indah Manokwari
2018
Details
 
Yogyakarta
 
Bangkok BTS
7–1  
East Coast Heat
 
MIC
3–3 aet.
(11−10) pen.
 
SKN Kebumen
2019
Details
 
Nakhon Ratchasima
 
Chonburi Bluewave
9–1  

Sanatech Khánh Hòa

 
MIC
9–5  
Down Town Sport
2021
Details
 
Nakhon Ratchasima
 
Chonburi Bluewave
Round-robin  
Port
 
Selangor MAC
Round-robin  
Pahang Rangers
2022
Details
 
Nakhon Ratchasima
 
Bintang Timur Surabaya
4–2  
Hongyen Thakam
 
Selangor MAC
2–2 aet.
(8–7) pen.
 
Sahako

Medals by nationsEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Thailand6208
2  Indonesia2002
3  Vietnam0314
4  Malaysia0235
5  Australia0101
6  Myanmar0044
Totals (6 entries)88824

Women'sEdit

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2014
Details
 
Jakarta
 
Thái Sơn Nam
Round-robin  
UNJ
 
UPI
Round-robin  
Felda United
2015
Details
 
Bangkok
 
Thái Sơn Nam
3–1  
Dural Warriors
 
BG-College of Asian Scholars
4–3  
Felda United
2016
Details
 
Naypyidaw
 
Jaya Kencana Angels
2–2 aet
(5−4) pen
 
Khon Kaen
 
Thái Sơn Nam
3–2  
Bangkok

Medals by nationsEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Vietnam2013
2  Indonesia1113
3  Thailand0112
4  Australia0101
Totals (4 entries)3339

All medals by nationsEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Thailand63110
2  Indonesia3115
3  Vietnam2327
4  Malaysia0235
5  Australia0202
6  Myanmar0044
Totals (6 entries)11111133

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IT IS NOW AFF FUTSAL CUP 2019".

External linksEdit