South Korea national football team results (1980–1989)

This is a list of football games played by the South Korea national football team between 1980 and 1989.

  Win    Draw    Loss

Results by yearEdit

Year GP W D L Win %
1980 17 12 2 3 070.59
1981 12 7 2 3 058.33
1982 13 5 5 3 038.46
1983 15 8 5 2 053.33
1984 16 7 4 5 043.75
1985 15 11 0 4 073.33
1986 10 4 3 3 040.00
1987 5 3 2 0 060.00
1988 10 7 3 0 070.00
1989 16 11 3 2 068.75
Total 129 75 29 25 058.14

List of matchesEdit

1980Edit

30 January Friendly Saudi Arabia   1–3   South Korea Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Abdullah   ?'
26 February Friendly South Korea   1–0   Mexico Los Angeles, United States
27 March 1980 Summer Olympics qualification South Korea   8–0   Philippines Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
30 September 1980 AFC Asian Cup Final Kuwait   3–0   South Korea Kuwait City, Kuwait

Source:[1]

1981Edit

10 February Friendly Mexico   4–0   South Korea Mexico City, Mexico
24 April 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification South Korea   5–1   Thailand Kuwait City, Kuwait
  • Pichai   35'
13 September 1981 Pestabola Merdeka South Korea   1–1   Iraq Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Source:[2]

1982Edit

18 February 1982 Nehru Cup India   2–2   South Korea Calcutta, India
20 February 1982 Nehru Cup South Korea   2–2   Uruguay Calcutta, India
7 March Friendly Iraq   3–0   South Korea Baghdad, Iraq
10 March Friendly Iraq   1–1   South Korea Baghdad, Iraq
23 November 1982 Asian Games Group D South Korea   0–1   Iran New Delhi, India
25 November 1982 Asian Games Group D South Korea   1–2   Japan New Delhi, India

Source:[3]

1983Edit

6 June 1983 Korea Cup South Korea   4–0   Thailand Suwon, South Korea
15 June 1983 Korea Cup South Korea   1–0   Ghana Seoul, South Korea
28 July Friendly South Korea   1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–5 p)
  Guatemala Los Angeles, United States
  • ?   ?'

Source:[4]

1984Edit

30 September Japan–Korea regular match South Korea   1–2   Japan Seoul, South Korea
  • Lee Gyeong-nam   42'
4 October Friendly South Korea   5–0   Cameroon Seoul, South Korea
2 December 1984 AFC Asian Cup Group A South Korea   1–1   Saudi Arabia Singapore
  • Mohammed   90'
7 December 1984 AFC Asian Cup Group A South Korea   0–1   Syria Singapore
10 December 1984 AFC Asian Cup Group A South Korea   0–1   Qatar Singapore

Source:[5]

1985Edit

2 March 1986 FIFA World Cup qualification Nepal     0–2   South Korea Kathmandu, Nepal
15 June 1985 Korea Cup South Korea   2–0   Iraq Seoul, South Korea
3 December Friendly South Korea   1–2   Mexico Los Angeles, United States
8 December Mexico Tournament South Korea   0–1   Hungary Irapuato, Mexico
10 December Mexico Tournament Mexico   2–1   South Korea Guadalajara, Mexico
14 December Mexico Tournament South Korea   2–0   Algeria Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico

Source:[6]

1986Edit

16 February 1986 Lunar New Year Cup South Korea   1–3   Paraguay Hong Kong
11 June 1986 FIFA World Cup Group A South Korea   2–3   Italy Puebla, Mexico
28 September 1986 Asian Games Group B South Korea   4–2   China PR Busan, South Korea
1 October 1986 Asian Games quarter-finals South Korea   1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
  Iran Busan, South Korea

Source:[7]

1987Edit

14 June 1987 Korea Cup South Korea   4–2   Thailand Daejeon, South Korea

Source:[8]

1988Edit

22 September 1988 Summer Olympics Group C South Korea   1–2[a]   Argentina Olympic Busan, South Korea
Stadium: Busan Gudeok Stadium
9 December 1988 AFC Asian Cup Group A Qatar   2–3   South Korea Doha, Qatar
17:00 Salman   47' (pen.), 80' (pen.) Report
Stadium: Qatar SC Stadium
Referee: George Courtney (England)
11 December 1988 AFC Asian Cup Group A South Korea   3–0   Iran Doha, Qatar
17:00
Report Stadium: Al-Ahly Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Neji Jouini (Tunisia)
14 December 1988 AFC Asian Cup semi-finals South Korea   2–1 (a.e.t.)   China PR Doha, Qatar
16:00
Report
Stadium: Qatar SC Stadium
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Vincent Mauro (United States)
  1. ^ a b Not recognised as international "A" match.

Source:[9]

1989Edit

25 May 1990 FIFA World Cup qualification South Korea   9–0     Nepal Seoul, South Korea
10 August Marlboro Cup South Korea   2–4   Mexico Los Angeles, United States
16 September Friendly South Korea   0–1   Egypt Seoul, South Korea

Source:[10]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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