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Saturday, January 28, 2012

SEA GAMES FOOTBALL RESULTS - DETAILS



MEN
1959 BANGKOK
Venue: NATIONAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
Date                 Team                                        Scores
Dec 13             Malaysia vs Burma                   2‑1(1‑1)
                        Vietnam vs Thailand                  4‑0(2‑0)
Dec 14             Vietnam vs Burma                    3‑0(2‑0)
                        Thailand vs Malaysia     3‑1(1‑1)
Dec 15             Malaysia vs Vietnam                 2‑1(1‑1)
                        Thailand vs Burma                    5‑2(1‑1)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     VIETNAM                              3  2  0  1  8- 2  4
2.                     THAILAND                            3  2  0  1  8- 7  4
3.                     Malaya                         3  2  0  1  5- 5  4
4.                     Burma                                      3  0  0  3  3-10  0
FINAL
Dec 17             Vietnam vs Thailand                  3‑1(1‑1)





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1961 RANGOON
Venue: AUNG SAN MEMORIAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Date                 Team                                        Scores
Dec 11             Vietnam drew with Thailand      0‑0(0‑0)
Dec 12             Vietnam vs Laos                       7‑0(4‑0)
Dec 13             Thailand vs Laos                       5‑2(2‑0)
GROUP B
Dec 11             Burma vs Cambodia                 4‑0(3‑0)
Dec 12             Malaya vs Cambodia                4‑0(3‑0)
Dec 13             Malaya vs Burma                      2‑1(0‑1)
SEMI FINALS
Dec 14             Burma vs Vietnam                    2‑1(1‑1)
                        Malaya drew Thailand 2‑2(0‑1)
The match between Malaya and Thailand ended in a draw even after extra time. The tournament committee met on Dec 15 and decided by way of lots that Malaya would play in the final.
Third Place Match
Dec 16             Vietnam vs Thailand                  1-1
 (uncertain whether and if how tie was resolved)
FINAL
Dec 16             Malaya vs Burma                      2‑0(0‑0)

1963
No games were held as Cambodia were in a disagreement with the International Athletics Federation.

1965 KUALA LUMPUR
Venue: MERDEKA STADIUM
Preliminary Round
Dec 15             Thailand vs Vietnam                  2‑1(1‑0)
                        Burma vs Singapore                  1‑0(0‑0)
Dec 16             Vietnam vs Singapore   5‑1(3‑1)
(no more matches were played; Singapore eliminated)
SEMIFINALS
Dec 18             Thailand vs Vietnam                  2‑0(0‑0)
                        Burma vs Malaysia                   2‑0(0‑0)
Third Place Match
Dec 20             Vietnam vs Malaysia                 2‑0(2‑0)
FINAL
Dec 21             Burma drew with Thailand        2‑2(0‑2)
                        (Trophy shared)
* Vietnam is South Vietnam.

1967 BANGKOK
Venue: NATIONAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Dec 10             Thailand vs Malaysia     4‑0
Dec 11             Burma vs Malaysia                   2‑1(2‑1)
Dec 12             Burma vs Thailand                    1‑0(1‑0)
GROUP A
1.BURMA          2  2  0  0  3- 1  4
2.THAILAND       2  1  0  1  4- 1  2
3.Malaysia       2  0  0  2  1- 6  0
GROUP B
Dec 11             Vietnam vs Laos                       5‑0(1‑0)
SEMIFINALS
Dec 14             Burma vs Laos                         2‑0(1‑0)
                        Vietnam vs Thailand                  5‑0(3‑0)
Third Place Match
Dec 15             Thailand vs Laos                       5‑2(1‑1)
FINAL
Dec 16             Burma vs Vietnam                    2‑1(1‑0)

* Vietnam is South Vietnam

1969 RANGGON, BURMA
Venue:
GROUP A
Dec 8               Burma vs Thailand                    1-1
Burma won group on coin toss
GROUP B
Dec 6               Malaysia vs Laos                      2-1
Dec 7               Malaysia vs Vietnam                 2-1
Dec 9               Laos vs Vietnam                       0-0
Laos won 2nd place on coin toss
1.                     MALAYSIA                            2  2  0  0  4- 2  4
2.                     Laos                                         2  0  1  1  1- 2  1
3.                     Vietnam                                    2  0  1  1  1- 2  1
Laos won 2nd place on coin toss

SEMIFINALS
Dec 10             Malaysia vs Thailand                 0-3
Dec 11             Burma vs Laos             4-0
FINAL
Dec 13             Burma vs Thailand                    3-0

1971 KUALA LUMPUR
Venue: MERDEKA STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Dec 12             Malaysia vs Laos                      5‑0
                        Thailand ‑ Khmer                     1‑1
Dec 13             Khmer vs Laos                         2‑0
Dec 14             Malaysia vs Thailand     4‑2
Dec 15             Malaysia vs Khmer                   3‑0
                        Thailand vs Laos                       3‑0
GROUP B
Dec 12             Vietnam ‑ Burma                      0‑0
Dec 13             Vietnam vs Singapore   3‑1
Dec 14             Burma vs Singapore                  8‑1
SEMI FINALS
Dec 17             Malaysia vs Vietnam                 3‑2
                        Burma vs Thailand                    3‑1
Third Place Match
                        Vietnam ‑ Thailand                   0‑0
FINAL
                        Burma vs Malaysia                   2‑1

1973 SINGAPORE
Venue: NATIONAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round,
GROUP A
Sept 1             Singapore vs Thailand   1‑0(1‑0)
Sept 2             Malaysia ‑ Thailand                  1‑1(1‑1)
Sept 4             Singapore ‑ Malaysia                0‑0(0‑0)
GROUP B
Sept 2             Burma vs Laos                         8‑0(4‑0)
Sept 3             Burma vs Vietnam                    3‑2(2‑2)
Sept 4             Vietnam vs Laos                       5‑1(3‑1)
SEMI FINALS
Sept 6             Singapore ‑ Vietnam                 1‑1(0‑0)
                        (Vietnam won 5‑4 on penalties)
                        Burma vs Malaysia                   1‑0(0‑0)
Third Place Match
                        Malaysia vs Singapore 3‑0(2‑0)
FINAL
                        Burma vs Vietnam                    2‑1(1‑1)

1975 BANGKOK
Venue: MAIN STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Dec 9               Thailand vs Malaysia     1‑1 (Thailand won 4‑3 on penalties)
GROUP B
Dec 10             Burma vs Singapore                  1‑0
SEMI FINALS
                        Thailand vs Singapore   2‑2 (Thailand won 3‑2 on penalties)
                        Malaysia vs Burma                   1‑0
Third Place Match
                        Burma ‑ Singapore                   2‑2
FINAL
                        Thailand vs Malaysia     2‑1

1977 KUALA LUMPUR
Venue: MERDEKA STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Nov 20            Thailand vs Singapore   2‑0(1‑0)
Nov 21            Burma vs Singapore                  5‑1(2‑0)
Nov 22            Burma vs Thailand                    3‑0(2‑0)
GROUP B
Nov 19            Indonesia vs Malaysia   2‑1 (1‑0)
Nov 20            Philippines vs Brunei     4‑1(1‑1)
Nov 21            Malaysia vs Philippines             5‑0(2‑0)
Nov 22            Indonesia vs Brunei                   4‑0(3‑0)
Nov 23            Malaysia vs Brunei                    7‑0(2‑0)
                        Indonesia ‑ Philippines 1‑1(1‑0)
SEMI FINALS
Nov 25            Malaysia vs Burma                   9‑1(4‑1)
                        Thailand ‑ Indonesia*
* (Match abondoned by referee Othman Omar in 60th minutes because of a free‑for‑all. The score was then tied at 1‑1. The Disciplinary Committee found the Indonesian team guilty of violent conduct and the match was awarded to Thailand.)
Third Place Match
Nov 26            Burma ‑ Indonesia*
*(Indonesia did not turn up at the appointed time. After waiting for 15 minutes the referee called off the game and reported to the technical committee which awarded the bronze to Burma.)
FINAL
Nov 26            Malaysia vs Thailand     2‑0(1‑0)

1979 JAKARTA
Venue: SENAYAN STADIUM
Preliminary Round
Sept 22            Indonesia vs Singapore             3‑0(1‑0)
                        Thailand vs Burma                    1‑0(0‑0)
Sept 23            Malaysia vs Singapore 2‑0(2‑0)
                        Thailand vs Indonesia    3‑1(0‑0)
Sept 25            Malaysia  vs  Burma                 0‑0
                        Singapore  vs  Thailand             2‑2(2‑1)
Sept 26            Singapore vs Burma                  2‑1 (1‑1)
                        Indonesia vs Malaysia   0‑0
Sept 28            Malaysia vs Thailand     1‑0 (0‑0)
                        Indonesia vs Burma                  2‑1 (1‑1)
Sept 29            Indonesia vs Thailand    3‑1 (on penalties)
FINAL
Sept 30            Malaysia vs Indonesia   1‑0 (1‑0)

1981 MANILA
Venue: RIZAL MEMORIAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Dec 6               Malaysia vs Burma                   1‑0
Dec 10             Malaysia vs Thailand     2‑2
Dec 11             Thailand vs Burma                    3‑3
GROUP B
Dec 7               Indonesia vs Singapore             1‑0
Dec 9               Singapore vs Philippines            4‑0
Dec 11             Indonesia vs Philippines            2‑0
SEMIFINALS
Dec 13             Malaysia vs Singapore 6‑5
                        Thailand vs Indonesia    2‑0
FINAL
Sept 30            Malaysia vs Indonesia   1‑0 (1‑0)

1983 SINGAPORE
Venue: NATIONAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
May 28            Singapore vs Malaysia 2‑1
May 30            Malaysia vs Philippines             0‑0
June 1             Singapore vs Philippines            5‑0
FINAL TABLE
1.SINGAPORE      2  2  0  0  7- 1  4
2.MALAYSIA       2  0  1  1  1- 2  1
3.Philippines    2  0  1  1  0- 5  1
GROUP B
May 29            Thailand vs Indonesia    5‑0
                        Brunei vs Burma                       2‑1
May 31            Indonesia vs Burma                  2‑1
                        Thailand vs Brunei                    2‑1
June 2             Burma vs Thailand                    1‑0
                        Indonesia vs Brunei                   1‑1
FINAL TABLE
1.THAILAND       3  2  0  1  7- 2  4
2.BRUNEI         3  1  1  1  4- 4  3
3.Indonesia      3  1  1  1  3- 7  3
4.Burma          3  1  0  2  3- 4  2
SEMIFINALS
June 4             Singapore vs Brunei                  4‑0
                        Thailand vs Malaysia     1‑1 (Thailand won 4‑3 on penalties)
Third Place Match
June 4             Malaysia vs Brunei                    5‑0
FINAL
June 4             Thailand vs Singapore   2‑1

1985 BANGKOK
Venue: NATIONAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Dec 9               Singapore vs Indonesia             1‑0 (0‑0)
Dec 11             Brunei vs Indonesia                   1‑1 (1‑0)
Dec 13             Singapore vs Brunei                  3‑1 (1‑0)
GROUP B
Dec 8   Thailand vs Malaysia                 1‑1 (1‑0)
Dec 10             Malaysia vs Philippines             6‑0 (2‑0)
Dec 12             Thailand vs Philippines 7‑0 (5‑0)
SEMIFINALS
Dec 15             Singapore vs Malaysia 2‑2 (2‑2) Singapore won 6‑5 on penalties
                        Thailand vs Indonesia    7‑0 (4‑0)
Third Place Match
Dec 16             Thailand vs Singapore   2‑0 (0‑0)
FINAL
Dec 16             Thailand vs Singapore              2‑1
WOMEN
Dec 9               Thailand vs Philippines  4-0
Dec 11             Singapore vs Philippines            2-0
Dec 13             Thailand vs Singapore   6-0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Thailand                                   2  2  0  0  10- 0  4
2.                     Singapore                                 2  1  0  1   2- 6  2
3.                     Philippines                                2  0  0  2   0- 6  0

1987 JAKARTA
Venue: MAIN STADIUM, SENAYAN SPORTS COMPLEX
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Sept 10            Singapore vs Malaysia 0‑0
Sept 12            Malaysia vs Burma                   2‑2 (1‑1)
                        (Khalid Shahdan 41, Radhi Mat Din 81 / Than Toe Aung 44, Myint Zaw 54)
Sept 14            Singapore vs Burma                  0‑0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     BURMA                                  2  0  2  0  2- 2  2
2.                     MALAYSIA                            2  0  2  0  2- 2  2
3.                     Singapore                                 2  0  2  0  0- 0  2
Burma entered a youth team with an average age of 19. It is not clear if their matches are nevertheless regarded as full internationals by the Burmese association,but they are regarded as such by FIFA.
GROUP B
Sept 10            Thailand vs Brunei                    3‑1 (0‑0)
(Preateep Pankao 50, Piyapong Piew-On x2 / Jamhari Rani 33)
Sept 12            Indonesia vs Brunei                   2‑0 (1‑0)
                        No details available
Sept 14            Indonesia vs Thailand    0‑0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     THAILAND                            2  1  1  0  3- 1  3
2.                     INDONESIA                           2  1  1  0  2- 0  3
3.                     Brunei                                      2  0  0  2  1- 5  0
SEMIFINALS
Sept 16            Malaysia vs Thailand     2‑0 (0‑0)
            (Hashim Mustapha 68, Dollah Salleh 73)
Sept 17            Indonesia vs Burma                  4‑1 (0‑1)
(Rully Nere 54, Hery Kiswanto 61, Ricky Yacob 68, Roby Darwis 73 / Than Toe Aung 7)
Third Place Match
Sept 19            Thailand vs Burma                    4‑0 (3‑0)
                        (Piyapong Piew-On, two goals)
FINAL
Att: 120.000
Sept 20            Indonesia vs Malaysia   1‑0 (0‑0)
                        (Ribut Waidi 91)
Indonesia:       Pomirin Meka, Muhamad Yunus, Jaya Hartono (Surisno), Roby Darwis, Marzuki Nyak Mad,
                        Azhary Rangkuty, Ribut Waidi, Hery Kiswanto, Ricky Yacob (c), Rully Nere, Budi Wahyono.
Coach: Berce Matulapelwa.
Malaysia:        Raimi Jamil, K.Gunalan, M.Ravindran, Lee Kin Hong, Salim Mahmud, Jelani Wilastra,
                        Radhi Mat Din, Azizol Abu Haniffa (Hashim Mustapha 46), Nasir Yusof, Nasaruddin Yusof
                        (Yunus Alif), Dollah Salleh (c).
                        Coach: Abdul Rahman Ibrahim.

1989 KUALA LUMPUR
Venue: MERDEKA STADIUM, KLFA STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
                        Indonesia vs Brunei                   6‑0
                        Brunei vs Philippines     2‑0
                        Malaysia vs Indonesia   2‑0
                        Indonesia vs Philippines            5‑1
                        Malaysia vs Brunei                    2‑1
                        Malaysia vs Philippines             3‑0
GROUP B
                        Thailand vs Myanmar    3‑0
                        Thailand vs Singapore               1‑1
                        Singapore vs Myanmar             4‑0
SEMIFINALS
                        Malaysia vs Thailand     1‑0
                        Singapore vs Indonesia             1‑0
Third Place Match
                        Indonesia vs Thailand    1‑1 Indonesia won 8‑7 on penalties
FINAL
                        Malaysia vs Singapore 3‑1

1991 MANILA
Venue: RIZAL MEMORIAL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Nov 25            Singapore  vs  Thailand             0‑0
Nov 27 Thailand vs Myanmar                            4‑0 (0‑0)
Nov 29            Singapore vs Myanmar             2‑1 (0‑0)
GROUP B
Nov 26            Indonesia vs Malaysia   2‑0 (2‑0)
Nov 26            Vietnam  vs  Philippines            2‑2 (1‑1)
Nov 28            Indonesia vs Vietnam                1‑0 (1‑0)
Nov 28            Philippines vs Malaysia             1‑0 (0‑0)
Nov 30            Indonesia vs Philippines            2‑1 (0‑1)
Nov 30            Malaysia vs Vietnam                 2‑1 (1‑0)
SEMIFINALS
Dec 2   Thailand vs Philippines              6‑2 (4‑1)
Dec 2   Indonesia  vs  Singapore                       0‑0 (Indonesia won 4‑3                                                                                                on penalties)
Third Place Match
Dec 4   Singapore vs Philippines                        2‑0 (2‑0)
FINAL
Dec 4   Indonesia  vs  Thailand              0‑0 (Indonesia won 4‑3 on penalties)

1993 SINGAPORE
Venue: National Stadium, Jurong Stadium
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
                        Singapore vs Philippines            7‑0
                        Indonesia vs Vietnam                1‑0
                        Singapore ‑ Indonesia   1‑1
                        Vietnam vs Philippines 1‑0
                        Singapore vs Vietnam   2‑0
                        Indonesia vs Philippines            3‑1
GROUP B
                        Thailand vs Laos                       4‑1
                        Myanmar vs Brunei                   6‑0
                        Malaysia vs Laos                      9‑0
                        Thailand vs Myanmar    2‑0
                        Laos vs Brunei              3‑2
                        Thailand vs Malaysia     2‑0
                        Myanmar vs Laos                     7‑1
                        Malaysia vs Brunei                    3‑1
                        Myanmar vs Malaysia   2‑1
                        Thailand vs Brunei                    5‑2
SEMIFINALS
                        Myanmar vs Singapore             2‑2 (3‑3 extra time)
 (Myanmar won 5‑4 on penalties)
                        Thailand vs Indonesia    1‑0
Third Place Match
                        Singapore vs Indonesia             3‑1
FINAL
                        Thailand vs Myanmar    4‑3

1995 CHIANG MAI
MEN
Venue: MAIN STADIUM, LAMPOON FOOTBALL STADIUM
Preliminary Round
Date: Dec 9‑17
GROUP A
                        Thailand vs Indonesia    2‑1
                        Thailand vs Cambodia 9‑0
                        Thailand vs Vietnam                  3‑1
                        Thailand vs Malaysia     0‑0
                        Indonesia vs Cambodia             10‑0
                        Vietnam vs Indonesia                1‑0
                        Indonesia vs Malaysia   3‑0
                        Vietnam vs Cambodia   4‑0
                        Vietnam vs Malaysia                 2‑0
                        Malaysia vs Cambodia 9‑0
GROUP B
                        Myanmar vs Brunei                   2‑0
                        Singapore vs Myanmar             4‑2
                        Myanmar vs Laos                     1‑0
                        Myanmar vs Philippines            4‑1
                        Singapore vs Brunei                  2‑2
                        Singapore vs Laos                    0‑0
                        Singapore vs Philippines            4‑0
                        Laos vs Brunei              3‑0
                        Laos vs Philippines                   1‑0
                        Philippines vs Brunei     1‑0
SEMIFINALS
                        Thailand vs Singapore   1‑0
                        Myanmar vs Vietnam                1‑1
Third Place Match
                        Singapore vs Myanmar             1‑0
FINAL
                        Thailand vs Vietnam                  4‑0
WOMEN
Dec 3               Thailand vs Malaysia                 1-0
Philippines vs Singapore            2-1
Dec 5               Thailand vs Singapore   4-0
Myanmar vs Philippines            1-1
Dec 7               Malaysia vs Myanmar   5-3
(Norhaliza Abdul 14, 61, Beatrice Yaw 54, Popoi Lansiew 57, Laini Ahing 78; San San Kyu 40, Yin Moe Aye 50, 85)
Thailand vs Philippines  7-0
Dec 9               Malaysia vs Singapore  2-0
                        (Beatrice Yaw 13, Popoi Lansiew 55)
Myanmar vs Thailand    3-3
Dec 11             Malaysia vs Philippines 0-0
Myanmar  vs Singapore            1-0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Thailand                                   4  3  1  0  15- 3 10
2.                     Malaysia                                   4  2  1  1   7- 4  7
3.                     Myanmar                                  4  1  2  1   8- 9  5
4.                     Philippines                                 4  1  2  1   3- 9  5
5.                     Singapore                                 4  0  0  4   1- 9  0
FINAL
Dec 13             Thailand vs Malaysia     1-0
                        (Nongyao Wongkasemsak 18)

1997,JAKARTA
Venue: SENAYAN STADIUM
Preliminary Round
GROUP A
Oct 5               Indonesia vs Laos                     5‑2
                        (Darwis Robby, Widodo C. Putra (2), Ansyari Lubis, Dwi Yulianto Kurniawan - Somsac K,Bounlap K)
                        Malaysia vs Vietnam                 1‑0
(Mohammed Azmi)
Oct 7               Malaysia vs Philippines             4‑0
(Sukiman Rizal, Mohammed Azmi, Adnan Azman, Mohd Noor Zami)
                        Indonesia  vs  Vietnam              2‑2
(Bima Sakti, Dwi Yuliano Kurniawan - Van Sy Hung (2))
Oct 9               Indonesia vs Malaysia   4‑0
(Fachri Husaini (2), Widodo C. Putra, Dwi Yulianto Kurniawan)
                        Laos vs Philippines                   4‑1
(Bounmy Thammevongsa, Fegidero Norman, Keolakhone Channiphone, og - Maungca Remil)
Oct 12             Vietnam vs Laos                       2‑1
(Vu Min Hucu (2) - Ananh Thepsouvonh)
                        Indonesia vs Philippines            2‑0
(Uston Nawawi, Dwi Yulianto Kurniawan)
Oct 14             Vietnam vs Philippines 3‑0
(Trieu Quang Ha, Le Huynh Duc, Nguyen Cing Minh)
                        Laos vs Malaysia                      1‑0
(Keolakhone Channipone)
FINAL TABLE GROUP A
 1.                    Indonesia          4  3  1  0 13- 4 10
 2.                    Vietnam            4  2  1  1  7- 4  7
 3.                    Laos                 4  2  0  2  8- 8  6
 4.                    Malaysia           4  2  0  2  5- 5  6
 5.                    Philippines        4  0  0  4  1-13  0

GROUP B
Oct 5               Thailand vs Myanmar    2‑1
                        (Worrawoot Srimaka, Chokotawee Promrut - Soe Naing)
                        Cambodia vs Brunei                 4‑0
(Hok Sochetra (2) Hem Sam Chay,Sip Sovannarith)
Oct 7               Thailand vs Brunei                    6‑0
(Tawan Sripan (2), Chaichan Khewsen, Worrawoot Srimaka, Kiatisuk Senamuang (2))
                        Singapore  vs  Myanmar           2‑2
(Vengadasalam Selvaraj, Khamruddin Ahmad Latiff - Myo Mlaing Win (2))
Oct 9               Singapore vs Cambodia            2‑1
                        (Nazri Nasir (2) - Hak Sochestra)
                        Myanmar vs Brunei                   6‑1
                        (Said Abdullah - Adu Khaing (3), Myo Hlang Win (3))
Oct 12                         Singapore vs Brunei                  1‑0
                        (Selavaj Vengasadalam)
                        Thailand vs Cambodia 4‑0
(Suracahai Jirasirichote, Kiatisuk Senamuang, Piyapong Pue On, Natipong Sritong-In)
Oct 14                         Cambodia vs Myanmar             3‑1
                        (Win Aung - Ton Vuthy, Hok Sochestra (2))
                        Singapore  vs  Thailand                         0‑0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Thailand                                   4  3  1  0 12- 1 10
 2.                    Singapore                                 4  2  2  0  5- 3  8
 3.                    Cambodia                               4  2  0  2  8- 7  6
 4.                    Myanmar                                  4  1  1  2 10- 8  4
 5.                    Brunei                                      4  0  0  4  1-17  0
SEMI FINALS
Oct 16             Thailand vs Vietnam                  2‑1
                        (Kiatisuk Senamuang (2) - Le Hyunh Duc)
                        Indonesia vs Singapore             2‑1
                        (Bima Sakti, Fachri Husaini - Fandi Ahmad)
Third Place Match
Oct 18             Vietnam vs Singapore   1‑0
                        (Nguyen Phuc Ng Chuong 88)
Vietnam:  Tranh Minh Quang- Nguyen Thien Quang, Nguyen Huu Thang, Vo Hoang Buu, Nguyen Duc Thang(Le  Duc Anh Tuan 71), Do Van Khai, Nguyen Hong San, Le Huynh Duc, Trieu Quong Ha, Vu Minh Hueu, Tran Cong Minh (Nguyen Phuc Ng Chuong 64)
Singapore: Rezal Hassan- Mohammed Hairi Suap, Aide Iskandar Sahah, Subramani Shunmugam, Lim Tong Hai, Mohammed Dalis Supait(Ahmad Latiff  Khamaruddin 46), Zulkarnaen Zainal(Saswadimata Dasuki 46), Abdul Kadir Yahaya(Steven Tanteng Chuan 70), Fandi Ahmad, Selvaraj Vengasadalam, Rudy Khairon Daiman
FINAL
Oct 18                         Thailand vs Indonesia    1‑1 (5‑3)
                        (aet, Thailand 4-2 on pen)
                        (31 Chaichan Khewsen 0-1,  48 Dwi Yulianto Kurniawan 1-1)
Penalty Shootout :
Aji Santoso                  1-0  Kiatisuk Senamuang          1-1
Fachri Husaini               2-1  Kristada Piandit   2-2
Ronny Wabia (miss)     2-2  Tawan Sripan       2-3
Uston Nawawi (miss)   2-3  Dusit Chalersam                2-4
Indonesia: Kurnia Sandi; Anang Maruf (Uston Nawawi), Aji Santoso, Khairil Anwar, Nuralim (Aples Tecuari), Sugiantoro, Ansyari Lubis, Bima Sakti, Fachri Husaini, Widodo C. Putra (Ronny Wabia), Kurniawan.
Thailand:           Wocharapong Somchit; Kristada Piandit, Dusit Chalermsan, Natee Tongsukao, Sanor Longsawang, Worrawoot Srimaka (Suracahai Jatturapattarapong), Chaichan Khewsen (Natipong Sritong-In (Piyapong Pue On)), Thawatchai Damrong, Tawan Sripan, Kiatisuk Senamuang, Suracahai Jirasirichote.

1999 BRUNEI
GROUP A
July 30             Thailand vs Philippines 9‑0 (3‑0)
                        (Srikero, Senamuang 4, Jirasirichote, Pituratana, Promrjit, Srimaka)
                        Vietnam vs Laos                       9‑0 (4‑0)
                        (Le Huynh Duc 4, Van Sy Hung 3, Trieu Quang Ha, Dang Phoong Nam)
Aug 1               Thailand vs Laos                       4‑1 (1‑0)
                        (Khenkitisack; Sripan, Promrjit, Senamuang, Pituratana; att: 2000)
                        Myanmar vs Philippines            4‑1 (2‑1)
                        (Myo Hlaing Win 3, Win Htaik; Pinero; att: 2000)
Aug 3               Vietnam vs Myanmar                2‑0 (0‑0)
                        (Tuong Viet Hoang, Dang Phoong Nam; att: 1000)
                        Laos vs Philippines                   3‑2 (0‑1)
                        (Fegidero, Pinero; Thamavongsa, Keophet, Louang; att: 500)
Aug 5               Laos vs Myanmar                     0‑0
                        Vietnam vs Thailand                  0‑0
Aug 8               Vietnam vs Philippines 2‑0 (1‑0)
                        (Dang Phoong Nam 2; att: 500)
                        Thailand vs Myanmar    7‑0 (2‑0)
                        (Sripan, Boriban, Thongsukh 2, Pituratana 2, Senamuang; att: 5000)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Thailand                                   4  3  1  0 20- 1 10
2.                     Vietnam                                    4  3  1  0 13- 0 10
3.                     Myanmar                                  4  1  1  2  4-10  4
4.                     Laos                                         4  1  1  2  4-15  4
5.                     Philippines                                4  0  0  4  3-18  0
GROUP B
July 31             Indonesia vs Cambodia             1‑0 (0‑0)
                        (Mardiansyah)
                        Singapore vs Malaysia 2‑1 (0‑0)
                        (Nazri, Noo; Azizul)
Aug 2               Indonesia vs Malaysia   6‑0 (2‑0)
(Prasetyo, Putiray 2, Pamungkas 2, Suman; att: 2000)
                        Brunei vs Cambodia                 3‑3 (2‑0)
(Abdullah 2, Sallehuddin; Sophanarith, Sochetra 2; att: 5000)
Aug 4               Singapore vs Brunei                  3‑1 (2‑0)
                        (Rosaidi; Daud 2, Khamarudin)
                        Malaysia vs Cambodia 7‑2 (3‑2)
                        (Sochetra, Arunreath; Sofian 3, Wan Ismail 2, Suparman 2; att: 1000)
Aug 6               Malaysia vs Brunei                    2‑0 (1‑0)
                        (Bakiri, Kamaluddin; att: 3000)
                        Singapore vs Indonesia             1‑1 (0‑1)
                        (Daud; Sakti; att: 2000)
Aug 9               Singapore vs Cambodia            2‑0 (1‑0)
                        (Zainal, Nas; att: 300)
                        Indonesia vs Brunei                   3‑0 (2‑0)
                        (Nawawi, Sakti 2)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Indonesia                                  4  3  1  0 11- 1 10
2.                     Singapore                                 4  3  1  0  8- 3 10
3.                     Malaysia                                   4  2  0  2 10-10  6
4.                     Brunei                                      4  0  1  3  4-11  1
5.                     Cambodia                                4  0  1  3  5-13  1
SEMIFINALS
Aug 12             Thailand vs Singapore   2‑0
                        (21 Tawan Sripan, 75 Thawatchai Ongtrakul; att: 8000)
                        Vietnam vs Indonesia                1‑0 (0‑0)
                        (70 Nguyen Hong Son)
Third Place Match
Aug 14             Singapore vs Indonesia             0‑0 (Indonesia won 4‑2 on penalties)
Indonesia:       1-Hendro Kartiko, 19-Nuralim, 16-Andrian Mardiansyah, 4-Agung Setiyabudi, 5-Sugiyantoro, 6-Eko Purdjianto, 8-Ali Sunan (7-Widodo Putro 75), 11-Bima Sakti, 9-Uston Nawawi (14-Hariyanto Prasetyo 55), 21-Rochi Putiray, 20-Bambang Pamungkas
FINAL
Aug 14             Thailand vs Vietnam                  2‑0 (1‑0)
                        (39 Thawatchai Ongtrakul, 85 Dusit Charlesman)
Thailand:         22-Wirat Wangchan, 5-Choketawee Promrut, 7-Chukiat Noosalung, 25-Tananchai Boriban (2-Kritsada Piandit 52),4-Phathanapong Sripramote, 17-Dusit Chalermsan, 11-Thawatchai Damrong-ongtrakul, 12-Surachai Jatupatarapong  (23-Jatupong Thongsukh 74), 10-Tawan Sripan, 13-Kiatisuk Senamuang, 20-Sakesan Pituratana (6-Anuruck Srikerd 88)
Vietnam:           16-Tran Minh Quang, 2-Mai Tien Dung, 4-Nguyen Phi Hung (11-Nguyen Van Sy 59), 6-Nguyen Duc Thang, 7-Do Van Khai, 8-Nguyen Hong Son, 10-Le Huynh Duc, 12-Pham Nhu Thuan, 17-Trieu Quang Ha, 19-Truong Viet Hoang, 21-Dang Phuong Nam (9-Van Sy Hung 58)

2001 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
Competition moved from Shah Alam stadium to MPPJ Stadium due to grass mites infestation. The Philippines withdrew on August 8 due to lack of funds. The tournament is now an U-23 event.
MEN
GROUP A
Sep 1               Thailand vs Cambodia 7-0
(Teeratep Winothai 9, Datsakom Thonglao 15, Manit Noyvach 31, 83, 86, Narongchai Vachiraban 42, Jukkpant Punpee 65pen)
                        Singapore vs Laos                    4-0
                        (Indra Sahdan Daud 49, 72, 90 pen, Mohd Faizal Sazali 61)
 Sep 3              Thailand vs Singapore   1-0
                        (Teeratep Winothai 32)
                        Myanmar vs Cambodia             0-0
 Sep 5              Myanmar vs Laos                     4-0
                        (Nay Thu Hlaing 21, Aung Tun Naing 27, 33, Tint Naing Tun Thein 52)
                        Cambodia vs Singapore            5-0
                        (Indra Sahdan 8, 60pen, Mohamed Fadzuhasny 32, 44, Ratna Suffian 50)
 Sep 7              Myanmar vs Singapore             2-1
                        (Aung Tun Naing 42, Yan Paing 74; Indra Sahdan Daud 82)
                        Thailand vs Laos                       1-0
                        (Rungpoj Hawanchri 9)
Sep 10             Laos vs Cambodia                    2-0
                        (Phengta Phounsamay 29, unknown minute in 2nd half)
                        Thailand vs Myanmar    3-1
                        (Manit Noyvach 39, 61, Sarawut Trephan 74; Soe Myat Min 12)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     THAILAND                            4  4  0  0 12- 1 12
2.                     MYANMAR                           4  2  1  1  7- 4  7
3.                     Singapore                                 4  2  0  2 10- 3  6
4.                     Cambodia                                4  0  1  3  0-14  1
5.                     Laos                                         4  1  0  3  2- 9  3
GROUP B
Sep 2               Malaysia vs Brunei                    5-0
                        (Indra Putra Mahyuddin 38, Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 44, 45, 70, Mohd Nizaruddin Yusof 85pen)
Sep 4               Vietnam vs Brunei                     5-1
(Thach Bao Khanh 10, 52, To Duc Coung 44, Nguyen Minh Nghia 55, Nguyen Quoc Trung 63; Jasriman Johari 25)
Sep 6               Indonesia vs Vietnam                1-0
                        (Maman 81)
Sep 9               Malaysia vs Indonesia   2-1
                        (Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 69, Irwan Fadzli Idrus 81; Maman 49)
Sep 11             Indonesia  vs Brunei                  9-0
                        (Bambang Pamungkas 12, 15, 81, Elie Aiboy 13, 63, 65, Budi Sudarsono 49, 75, Isnan Ali 59)
                        Malaysia vs Vietnam                 2-0
                        (Mohd Nizam Jamil 47, Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 85)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     MALAYSIA                            3  3  0  0  9- 1  9
2.                     INDONESIA                           3  2  0  1 11- 2  6
3.                     Vietnam                                    3  1  0  2  5- 4  3
4.                     Brunei                                      3  0  0  3  1-19  0
SEMIFINALS
SEP 13            Malaysia vs Myanmar   1-0
                        (Mohd Nizaruddin Yusof 12)
                        Thailand vs Indonesia                2-1 (aet)
                        (Anucha Kitpongsri 39, Teeratep Winothai 105; Bambang Pamungkas 2)
THIRD PLACE MATCH
Sep 15             Indonesia vs Myanmar  0-1
                        (Yan Paing 44)
Myanmar :      Aung Aung Oo(GK), Min Thu, Zaw Lynn Tun, Soe Myat Win, Soe Lin Tun, Tint Naing Tun Thein, Aung Kyaw Moe, Yan Paing, Min Thwin, Aung Kyaw Myint(Lwin Oo 81), Aung Tun Naing(Nay Thu Hlaing 54, Min Naing 90)
Coach:             David Booth
FINAL
Sep 15             Malaysia vs Thailand                 0-1
                        (Sarawut Treephan 87)
Thailand:        Umarin Yaodam(GK), Jukkpant Punpee, Preratat Phoruandee(CAPT), Rungpoj Hawanchri, Narongchai Vachiraban, Anucha Kitpongsri, Surapong Thamwongsa, Sarawut Trephan, Phichitphonh Choeichiu, Manit Noyvach(Wuttiya Chaikaew 83), Datsakorn Thonglao
Coach:             Dolejs Otakar
Malaysia:       Kamarulzaman Hassan(GK), Norhafiz Zamani Misbah, Juzaili Samion, Mohd Nizaruddin(K Rajan 58, Subri Sulong 89),Irwan Fadly Idrus, Indra Putra Mahyuddin, Akmal Rizal Rakhli, Mohd Nizam Jamil, Rezuan Mohd Radzy, Hairuddin Omar(CAPT), Mohd Khaironnisam
Coach:             Allan Harris
Player of the
tournament:       Nguyen Thi Mai Lan (Vietnam)

WOMEN
GROUP A
Sep 4               Thailand vs  Philippines             4-0
(Nuenggrutai Srathongvian 13, 50, Prapa Buathong 33pen, Ngamsom Chaiyawut 71)
Myanmar vs  Malaysia 5-1
(Mar Lin Win 13, 33, 57, Zin Mar Win 72, Nu Nu Khaine Win 86; Nor Aishah Ishak 84)
Sep 6               Thailand vs  Malaysia    2-1
(Ngamsom Chaiyawut 27, 90; Widiya Habibah 86)
Myanmar vs Philippines            1-0
 (Hla Hla Thuan 54)
Sep 10             Thailand vs  Myanmar   1-1
(Penrapai Promphuy 30; Aye Nandar Hlaing 76)
Malaysia           1-0 Philippines
(Rozana Roslan 30)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     THAILAND                            3  2 1 0  7- 2  7
2.                     MYANMAR                           3  2 1 0  7- 2  7
3.                     Malaysia                                   3  1 0 2  3- 7  3
4.                     Philippines                                3  0 0 3  0- 6  0
GROUP B
Sep 5               Vietnam vs  Indonesia   6-0
(Doan Thi 2, Nguyen Thi Mai Lan 20, Luu Ngoc Mai 40, 75, 83, Bui Thi Luong 72)
Sep 7               Vietnam vs  Singapore             5-0
(Nguyen Thi Mai Lan 9, Gan Hwee Fern 12og, Luu Ngoc Mai 41, 77, Nguyen Thi Ha 89)
 Sep 9              Indonesia vs  Singapore            1-0
(Yakomina Swabra 16)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     VIETNAM                              2  1 1 0  11- 0  6
2.                     INDONESIA                           2  0 2 0   1- 6  3
3.                     Singapore                                 2  0 1 1   0- 6  0
SEMIFINALS
Sep 12             Thailand vs  Indonesia   2-0
(Sirinard Paturat 84, Pranee Saipin 89)
Vietnam vs  Myanmar 1-1 (6-5 pen)
(Luu Ngoc Mai 35; Moe Moe War 90)
THIRD PLACE MATCH
Sep 14             Myanmar vs Indonesia 3-0
(My Nilar Htwe 15, Hla Hla Than 29, Mar Lar Win 65)
FINAL
Sep 14             Vietnam vs  Thailand                 4-0
(Hien Luong 9, 83, Thi Thuy Nga 30pen, Ngoc Mai 49pen)

2003 HANOI & HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
MEN
GROUP A (Hanoi)
Nov 30                        Indonesia vs Laos         1‑0 (1‑0)
                        (Bambang Pamungkas 12)
                        Thailand vs Vietnam                  1‑1
                        (Datsakorn Thonglao 81 ‑ Pham Van Quyen 55)
Dec 4               Laos vs Thailand                       0‑6 (0‑4)
                        (Sarayoot Chaikamdee 2, 23, 25, 29, Rungroj Sawangsri 69, Teerathep Winothai 90)
                        Vietnam vs Indonesia                1‑0
                        (Phan Thanh Binh 34)
Dec 7               Indonesia vs Thailand    0‑6 (0‑2)         
                        (Rungroj Sawangsri 23, Sarayoot Chaikamdee 28, 70, Datsakorn Thonglao 66, Piyawat Thongmaen 69, Pichitphong Choeichiu 86)
                        Vietnam vs Laos                       1‑0 (1‑0)         
                        (Le Cong Vinh 40)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     THAILAND                            3  2  1  0 13‑ 1  7
2.                     VIETNAM                              3  2  1  0  3‑ 1  7
3.                     Indonesia                                  3  1  0  2  1‑ 7  3
4.                     Laos                                         3  0  0  3  0‑ 8  0

GROUP B (Ho Chi Minh City
Nov 29                        Malaysia vs Cambodia  8‑1 (2‑0)
(Yosri Derma Raju 16, Indra Putra Mahayuddin 45, Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 49, 51, 80, Juzaili Samion
                        58, K.Rajan 68, 76 ‑ Ung Kanyanith 86)
                        Myanmar vs Singapore              2‑0 (1‑0)
                        (Soe Myat Min 33, Htay Aung 64)
Dec 3               Singapore vs Malaysia  0‑2 (0‑0)
                        (K.Rajan 58, Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 83)
                        Cambodia vs Myanmar              0‑6 (0‑3)
(Kyaw Thu Ra 9, Soe Myat Min 28, 42, 61, U Tint Naing Tun Thein 73, Aung Kyaw Moe 89)
Dec 6               Cambodia vs Singapore             1‑5 (0‑1)        
                        (Chea Virath 60 ‑ Masrezwan Masturi 25, 65, Mohd Noh Alam Shah 67, 70, 74)
                        Myanmar  vs  Malaysia             2‑3
(Kyaw Thu Ra 69, Soe Myat Min 89 ‑ Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 35, Juzaili Samion 72, Indra Putra Mahayuddin 77)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Malaysia                                   3   3   0   0  13  3  9
2.                     Myanmar                                  3   2   0   1  10  3  6
3.                     Singapore                                 3   1   0   2  6   5   3
4.                     Cambodia                                3   0   0   3  2  19  0
SEMIFINALS
Hanoi
Dec 9               Thailand vs Myanmar    2‑0 (1‑0)         
                        (Sarayoot Chaikamdee 31, 68)
                        Malaysia vs Vietnam                 3‑4 (0‑1)         
(Le Quoc Vuong 26, Pham Van Quyen 50, 79, Phan Thanh Binh 90 ‑ Syamsuri Mustafa (keeper) 73 (clearance from own penalty area), Zainizam Marjan 85, Indra Putra Mahayuddin 87)
Third Place Match
Hanoi
Dec 12             Malaysia  vs Myanmar  1‑1 (aet, 4‑2 pen)1‑1
                        (Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 50 ‑ Khin Maung Tun8)
Malaysia:        22-Syamsuri Mustafa; 20-Yosri Derma Raju, 3-Norhafiz Zamani Misbah (C), 16-Aziz Ismail, 11-Irwan Fadli Idrus; 12-K.Rajan, 17-Juzaili Samion, 24-Mazuki Yusof (19-Norhisham Hassan 72), 13-Indra Putra Mahayuddin (10-Amri Yahyah 60); 7-Fadzli Saari (9-Harris Safwan Kamal 56), 14-Akmal Rizal Rakhli.
FINAL (Hanoi)
Dec 12             Thailand vs Vietnam                  2‑1
                        (Sarayoot Chaikamdee 32, Nataporn Phanrit 96 ‑ Pham Van Quyen 90+1)
WOMEN
GROUP A (Hai Phong, Lach Tray Stadium)
Dec 2               Philippines vs Malaysia            0-0
                        Vietnam vs Indonesia                6-0
                        (Luu Ngoc Mai 9, 10, 22, 42, Phung Minh Nguyet 18, Van Thi Thanh 32)
Dec 4               Dec Indonesia vs Philippines     1-1
                        (Jenny Merlin Yansip 39 - Gusriwati own goal 17)
                        Malaysia  vs Vietnam    1-3
(Norlelawati Ngah 77 - Van Thi Thanh 55, Doan Thi Kim Chi 59, Nguyen Thi Mai Lan 65)
 Dec 6              Indonesia vs Malaysia   2-2
(Marion Pakage 7, Jenny Merlin Yansip 37 - Laini Ahing 45, Norlelawati Ngah 48)
                        Vietnam  vs Philippines             3-0
                        (Nguyen Thi Ha 3, Pham Quynh Anh 25, Do Thi Phuong 53)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     VIETNAM                              3  3  0  0 12- 1  9
2.                     MALAYSIA                            3  0  2  1  3- 5  2
3.                     Philippines                                3  0  2  1  1- 4  2
4.                     Indonesia                                  3  0  2  1  3- 9  2

GROUP B (Nam Dinh, Thien Truong Stadium)
Dec 2               Thailand vs Myanmar    2-4
(Supaphon Kaeobaen 6, Chutima Takonrum 48 - Aye Nandar Hlaing 17, 73, Zin Mar Wann 65, San San Kyu 78)
Dec 4               Myanmar vs Singapore             3-0
                        (My Nilar Htwe 14, Aye Nandar Hlaing 69, Nhin Si Myint 88)
Dec 6               Singapore vs Thailand   0-2
                        (Chutima Takonrum 32, Chownee Phanlet 50)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     MYANMAR                           2  2  0  0  7- 2  6
2.                     THAILAND                            2  1  0  1  4- 4  3
3.                     Singapore                                 2  0  0  2  0- 5  0

SEMIFINALS (Hai Phong)
Dec 8               Myanmar vs Malaysia   8-0
(San San Kyu 19, 24, Zin Mar Wann 28, 41, Aye Nandar Hlaing 34, Nwe New Toe 36, Than Than Htwe 55, Nhin Si Miynt 72)
                        Vietnam  vs Thailand                 3-1
(Luu Ngoc Mai 6, Phung Thi Minh Nguyet 36, Pranee Saipin own goal 49 - Narumon Piamsin 63)
THIRD PLACE MATCH (Hai Phong)
Dec 11             Thailand  vs Malaysia 6-1
(Chownee Phanlet 4, 21, 42, 50, Narumon Piamsin 7, 25 - Norlelawati Ngah 29)
FINAL (Hai Phong)
Dec 11             Vietnam vs Myanmar                2-1
                        (Van Thi Thanh 56, Nguyen Thi Mai Lan 85 - My Nilar Htwe 69)

2005 MANILA, PHILIPPINES
MEN
BruneiDarussalam withdrew, all countries enter with U23 teams. Cambodia were represented by champions Khemera, declared to be their national team by Prince Norodom Ranariddh, its owner and president of the Cambodian National Olympic Committee.
GROUP A
Nov 21                        Malaysia vs Cambodia 5-0
Nov 23                        Philippines vs Thailand  0-1
Nov 25                        Philippines vs Cambodia           4-2
Nov 27            Thailand vs Malaysia                 2-1
Nov 29            Cambodia vs Thailand 0-1
                        Philippines  vs Malaysia            2-4
FINAL TABLE
1.                     THAILAND                            3  3  0  0  4- 1  9
2.                     MALAYSIA                            3  2  0  1 10- 4  6
3.                     Philippines                                3  1  0  2  6- 7  3
4.                     Cambodia                                3  0  0  3  2-10  0
GROUP B
Nov 20                        Myanmar vs Laos                     2-3
                        Vietnam vs Singapore   2-1
Nov 22            Laos vs Vietnam                       2-8
                        Indonesia vs Myanmar 0-0
Nov 24            Singapore vs Indonesia             0-0
                        Myanmar vs Vietnam                0-1
Nov 26            Vietnam vs Indonesia                0-1
                        Laos vs Singapore                    0-1
Nov 28            Singapore vs Myanmar             1-0
                        Indonesia vs Laos                     4-0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     VIETNAM                              4  3  0  1 11- 4  9
2.                     INDONESIA                           4  2  2  0  5- 0  8
3.                     Singapore                                 4  2  1  1  3- 2  7
4.                     Laos                                         4  1  0  3  5-15  3
5.                     Myanmar                                  4  0  1  3  2- 5  1
SEMIFINALS
Dec 2               Thailand vs Indonesia                3-1
                        Vietnam vs Malaysia                 2-1
THIRD PLACE MATCH
Dec 4               Malaysia vs Indonesia   1-0
FINAL
Dec 4               Thailand vs Vietnam                  3-0
                        (Theratep Winothi 43, 76, 83)
WOMEN
Due to last minute withdrawals from Laos, Singapore and Malaysia, the remaining 5 countries were put into one group.  All matches in Marikina City, Philippines. And no match for third place.

Nov 22                        Thailand vs Indonesia                2-1
Myanmar vs Vietnam                1-0
Nov 24            Indonesia vs Myanmar  0-5
Philippines vs Thailand  0-1
Nov 26            Thailand  vs Vietnam                 0-1
Philippines  vs Indonesia           2-0
Nov 28            Myanmar vs Thailand                2-1
Vietnam  vs Philippines 5-1
Nov 30            Philippines  vs Myanmar           1-3
Vietnam  vs Indonesia               8-0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     MYANMAR                           4  4  0  0 11- 2 12
2.                     VIETNAM                              4  3  0  1 14- 2  9
3.                     Thailand                                   4  2  0  2  4- 4  6
4.                     Philippines                                4  1  0  3  4- 9  3
5.                     Indonesia                                  4  0  0  4  1-17  0
FINAL
Dec 3               Myanmar  vs Vietnam               0-1

2007 NAKHORN RATCHASIMA (THAILAND)
MEN
Brunei and Philippines did not enter, all teams are U-23
GROUP A
Dec 2               Indonesia vs Cambodia 3-1
(Airlangga Sucipto  39, Imanuel Wanggai  83,  Ardan Aras  88; Teab Vathanak  81)
Myanmar vs Thailand                2-3
(Si Thu Than  71, Prat Samakrat  77 (o.g.); Teerathep Winothai  45+1, Wuttichai Tathong  51, Teerasil Dangda  59)
Dec 4               Indonesia vs Myanmar  0-0
Cambodia vs Thailand  0-8
(Apipu Suntornpanavej  7, Teerathep Winothai  40,  49, Adul Lahso  43, Anon Sangsanoi  47,  83,  88, Tana Chanabut  67)
Dec 7               Myanmar vs Cambodia             6-2
(Si Thu Win  19,  60, Yazar Win Thein  36, Si Thu Than  45,  90+1, Pai Soe  58; Teab Vathanak  20, Kouch Sokumpheak  47)
Thailand  vs  Indonesia 2-1
(Teerathep Winothai  15, Anon Sangsanoi  45; Jajang Mulyana  17)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     THAILAND                            3  3  0  0 13- 3  9
2.                     MYANMAR                           3  1  1  1  8- 5  4
3.                     Indonesia                                  3  1  1  1  4- 3  4
4.                     Cambodia                                3  0  0  3  3-17  0
GROUP  B
Dec 1               Vietnam vs Malaysia                 3-1
(Le Cong Vinh  47,  64, Vo Duy Nam  80; Mohd Zaquan Adha Abdul Radzak  69)
Singapore vs Laos                    0-0
Dec 3               Malaysia  vs Laos                     4-0
(Mohd Amirul Hadi Zainal  69, Mohd Safee Mohd Sali  76,  90+3, Mohd Safiq Rahim  84)            
Singapore  vs Vietnam  3-2
(Doan Viet Cuong  7 (o.g.), Fazrul Nawaz  25, Sharil Ishak  45+1; Phan Thanh Bình  54, Le Cong Vinh 90+2 pen)
Dec 8               Laos  vs Vietnam                      1-2
Lamnao Singto  16; Doan Viet Cuong  27, Phan Thanh Bình  44)
Malaysia  vs Singapore             1-1
(Mohd Amirul Hadi Zainal  71; Agu Casmir  80)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     VIETNAM                              3  2  0  1  7- 5  6
2.                     SINGAPORE                          3  1  2  0  4- 3  5
3.                     Malaysia                                   3  1  1  1  6- 4  4
4.                     Laos                                         3  0  1  2  1- 6  1
Semifinals
Dec 11             Vietnam  vs Myanmar   0-0 (Myanmar won on penalties 1-3)
Thailand vs Singapore   3-0
(Wuttichai Tathong  22, Anon Sangsanoi  45, Prat Samakrat  77)
THIRD PLACE MATCH    
Dec 14             Vietnam vs Singapore   0-5
(Sharil Ishak  37, Fazrul Nawaz  44,  52,  56, Agu Casmir  79)
FINAL
Dec 14             Myanmar  vs Thailand   0-2
(Anon Sangsanoi  15, Teerathep Winothai  39)
WOMEN
GROUP A
Dec 3               Laos vs Philippines                   2-2
(Phaivanh Souphavanh  39, Teng Sengmany  61; Patrice Impelido  48, Edna Agravante  50)
Dec 5               Philippines vs Vietnam 0-10
(Do Thi Ngoc Cham  19,  33,  39,  44, Doan Thi Kim Chi  23,  36, Tran Thi Kim Hong  53, Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet  61,  76, Bui Thi Tuyet Mai  78)
Dec 8               Vietnam vs Laos                       4-1
(Bui Thi Tuyet Mai  2, Sangvan Inthasvong  45 (o.g.), Vu Thi Huyen Linh  62, Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet  72; Johny Sayasanh  64)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Vietnam                                    2  2  0  0  14-1  6
2.                     Laos                                         2  0  1  1  3-6  1
3.                     Philippines                                2  0  1  1  2-12  1
GROUP B
Dec 2               Thailand  vs Malaysia    6-0
(Junpen Seesraum  9,  25, Nisa Romyen  14, Pitsmai Sornsai  53, Suphaphon Kaeobaen  87,  Sunisa Srangthaisong  89)                 
Dec 4               Malaysia vs Myanmar   0-5
(Moe Moe War  8, Khin Marlar Tun  41,  89, My Nilar Htwe  63, Maragat Marri  69)
Dec 7               Myanmar vs Thailand                2-2
(San Yu Naing  10, Khin Marlar Tun  29; Nisa Romyen  42, Anootsara Maijarern  72 - pen)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Thailand                                   2  1  1  0  8-2  4
2.                     Myanmar                                  2  1  1  0  7-2  4
3.                     Malaysia                                   2  0  0  2  0-11  0
SEMIFINALS
Dec 10             Thailand vs Laos                       8-0
(Nisa Romyen  10,  59, Junpen Seesraum  36,  75, Anootsara Maijarern  50, Suphaphon Kaeobaen  61, Pitsmai Sornsai  69, Kitiya Thiangtham  87)
                        Vietnam vs Myanmar                2-1 (aet)
                        (Doan Thi Kim Chi  49, Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet  101; San Yu Naing  41)
THIRD PLACE MATCH
Dec 13             Myanmar vs Laos         5-0
(Khuanta Sehhonivong  12 (o.g.), Aye Nandar Hlaing  34,  69, Margrat Marri  39, San Yu Naing  90+1)
FINAL           
Dec 13             Thailand  vs Vietnam 2-0
                        (Pitsmai Sornsai  61, Anootsara Maijarern  71 – pen)                      

2009 VIENTIANE (LAOS)
Brunei and Philippines did not enter; all teams are U-23
GROUP A
Dec 2               Malaysia vs  Timor-Leste          11-0
(Norshahrul  3, 30, Baddrol  12, Zaquan Adha  15, Safiq  28, Fakri  40, 70, 76, Aidil Zafuan  57, Amirul Hadi  80, Amar  90+2)
Thailand vs Vietnam                  1-1
(Keerati Keawsombat  70;  Hoang Dinh Tung  89 - pen.)
Dec 4               Thailand vs  Cambodia 4-0
(Sompong Soleb  19, 45+3, 50, Keerati Keawsombat  45+1)
Vietnam vs Timor-Leste            4-0
(Mai Tien Thanh  54, 57, 68, Phan Thanh Binh  62) 
Dec 6               Vietnam  vs Malaysia                3-1
(Phan Thanh Binh  13, Mai Tien Thanh  25, Nguyen Trong Hoang  45+3; Vo Hoang Quang  26  -o.g.)
Timor-Leste vs Cambodia        1-4
(Joao Correia Pereira  88;  Keo Sokngon  19, 81, Kouch Sokumpheak  33, 87)
Dec 8               Timor-Leste vs Thailand           0-9
(Sompong Soleb  3, 32, 76, Anawin Jujeen  37, 86, Kriangkrai Pimrat  44, Apipoo Suntornpanavej  45+1, 60, Piyachart Thamaphan  49)
Cambodia vs Malaysia  0-4
(Abdul Manaf  36, Norshahrul  77, Kunalan  82, Safiq  86)
Dec 11             Cambodia  vs Vietnam  1-6
(Khim Borey  68; Pham Thanh Luong  11, 62, Phan Thanh Hung  42, Hoang Dinh Tung  65, 83, Tran Manh Dung  89)
Malaysia vs  Thailand                2-1
(Nasriq  81, Fakri  90+2; Arthit Sunthornpit  53)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Vietnam                                    4  3  1  0  14-3  10
2.                     Malaysia                                   4  3  0  1  18-4  9
3.                     Thailand                                   4  2  1  1  15-3  7
4.                     Cambodia                                4  1  0  3  5-15  3
5.                     Timor-Leste                             4  0  0  4  1-28  0

GROUP B
Dec 5               Singapore vs Indonesia 2-2
(Safuwan Baharudin  6, Shaiful Esah  24; Stevie Bonsapia  42, Rendy  64)
Laos vs Myanmar                     1-1
(Khampheng Sayyavutthi  69 ; Kyaw Thiha  42)
Dec 7               Myanmar vs  Singapore            1-2
(Soe Min Oo  90; Safuwan Baharudin  14, Hariss Harun  29)
Indonesia vs  Laos                    0-2
(Lamnao Singto  66, 76)
Dec 10             Myanmar vs Indonesia 3-1
(Tun Tun Win  6, Pai Soe  53, Moe Win  81; Stevie Bonsapia  75)
Laos vs  Singapore                   0-0
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Laos                                         3  1  2  0  3-1  5
2.                     Singapore                                 3  1  2  0  4-3  5
3.                     Myanmar                                  3  1  1  1  5-4  4
4.                     Indonesia                                  3  0  1  2  3-7  1


SEMIFINAL
Dec 14             Vietnam vs  Singapore  4-1
(Phan Thanh Binh  33, Mai Tien Thanh  42, Chu Ngoc Anh  68, Nguyen Ngoc Anh  94; M Afiq Yunos  28)
Laos vs  Malaysia                     1-3
(Kanlaya Sysomvang  74; Baddrol  14, 78, Safiq  85)
THIRD PLACE MATCH
Dec 17             Singapore vs  Laos                   3-1
(Khairul Nizam  23, Fazli Ayob  53, Fadhil Noh  87; Lamnao Singto  89)
FINAL
Dec 17             Vietnam vs  Malaysia                0-1
(Mai Xuan Hop  85 -o.g.)
WOMEN
Dec 4               Malaysia vs Thailand                 0-14
(Suphaphon Kaeobaen  15, 34, 70, Nisa Romyen  18, 42, Chidtawan Chawong  21, Pitsamai Sornsai  28, 56, 85, Junpen Seesraum  33, Kanjana Sung-Ngoen  39, Kwanruethai Kunupatham  51, Sunisa Srangthaisong  77, Orathai Srimanee  81)
Laos vs Myanmar                     1-1
(Souphavanh Phayvanh  33; My Nilar Htwe  35)
Dec 6               Thailand vs  Myanmar   2-2
(Suphaphon Kaeobaen  61, Sunisa Srangthaisong  90+6; Kain Marlar Tun  17, 80)
Malaysia vs  Vietnam                0-8
(Doan Kim Chi  17, 85, Nguyen Thi Muon  21, 68, Tran Thi Kim Hong  29, Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet  51, 63, Van Thi Thanh  73)
Dec 8               Myanmar vs  Vietnam               1-1
Moe Moe War  76, Doan Kim Chi  55)
Thailand vs  Laos                      4-1
(Pitsamai Sornsai  6, Orathai Srimanee  28, Junpen Seesraum  32, Sukunya Peangthem  89; Souphavanh Phayvanh  13)
Dec 11             Laos vs Malaysia                      5-0
(Souphavanh Phayvanh  47, 74, Sochitta Phonhalath  60, 68, Khouanhta Syhanouvong  83)        
Vietnam vs  Thailand                 2-2
(Nguyen Thi Muon  4, Van Thi Thanh  32; Nguyen Ngoc Anh  41 -o.g., Sukunya Peangthem  88)
Dec 13             Vietnam vs  Laos                      3-0
(Tran Thi Kim Hong  14, 73, Doan Kim Chi  82)
Myanmar vs  Malaysia  7-1
(Kain Marlar Tun  19, Moe Moe War  25, Aye Nandar Hlang  33, Thu Zar Htwe  35, My Nilar Htwe  65, Margrep Marri  81, Kain Moe Wai  88; Norhanisa Yasa  44)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Thailand                                   4  2  2  0  22-5  8
2.                     Vietnam                                    4  2  2  0  14-3  8
3.                     Myanmar                                  4  1  3  0  11-5  6
4.                     Laos                                         4  1  1  2  7-8  4
 5.                    Malaysia                                   4  0  0  4  1-34  
FINAL
Dec 16                         Thailand vs  Vietnam                 0-0 (aet) Vietnam won on penalties.
(Suphaphon Kaeobaen, Junpen Seesraum , Nisa Romyen; Tran Thị Kim Hong, Van Thị Thanh, Nguyễn Thị Kim Tien)

2011 JAKARTA & PALEMBANG (INDONESIA)
In this edition of the tournament was only for the men's competition, women's competition was not held as the host country Indonesia did not have enough stadiums to hold the matches.(1) It was played among U-23 (under 23 years old) national teams.
GROUP A
1.                     Malaysia                                   4  3  1  0  7-2  10
2.                     Indonesia                                  4  3  0  1  11-2  9
3.                     Singapore                                 4  2  1  1  4-3  7
4.                     Thailand                                   4  1  0  3  6-7  3
5.                     Cambodia                                4  0  0  4  2-16  0
Nov 7              Singapore vs Malaysia  0-0
                        Indonesia vs Cambodia 6-0
                        (Bonai  28, Wanggai  30, 41, Gunawan  35, Andik  82, Lestaluhu  84)
Nov 9              Malaysia vs Thailand                 2-1
                        (Baddrol  24, Izzaq  85; Thammarossopon  78)
                        Cambodia vs Singapore            1-2
                        (Chhoeun  35; Khairul Nizam  55, Vanu  75)
Nov 11                        Singapore vs Indonesia 0-2
                        (Wanggai  1, Bonai  37)
                        Thailand vs Cambodia 4-0
                        (Thammarossopon  18, Nooprom  72, 82, Thaweekarn  75)
Nov 13            Malaysia  vs Cambodia 4-1
                        Izzaq  7, Baddrol  36 -pen., 39, Wan  90; Chhoeun  61)
                        Indonesia vs  Thailand               3-1
                        (Bonai  33, Wanggai  62, Sinaga  90+1; Rangsiyo  51 -pen.)
Nov 17            Thailand vs Singapore   0-2
                        (Quak  45, Safirul  87)
                        Indonesia  vs Malaysia              0-1
                        (Syahrul  17)
GROUP B
Nov 3              Vietnam vs  Philippines 3-1
(M.J. Hartmann  59 -o.g., Le Hoang Thien  73, Nguyen Van Quyet  90+2;  Ott  37)
                        Laos vs Myanmar                     2-3
(S. Lamnao  64, Sangvone  74; Kyaw Ko Ko  19, Min Min Thu  70, Yan Aung Win  78)
Nov 5              Brunei vs Timor-Leste             1-2
                        (Najib  25; Murilo  64, 72)
                        Myanmar vs Vietnam                0-0
Nov 7              Timor-Leste vs Philippines        2-1
                        (Murilo  18, Diogo  48; Porteria  36)
Nov 7              Laos  vs Brunei             2-2
                        (Lamnao  18, Manolom  80; Adi  35, 56)
Nov 9              Myanmar vs Brunei                   4-0
                        (Kyaw Zeyar Win  6, Min Min Thu  32, Kyaw Ko Ko  63, Kyi Lin  78)
Nov 9              Vietnam  vs Timor-Leste           2-0
                        (Nguyen Trọng Hoang  51, Au Van Hoan  64)
Nov 11            Philippines vs Laos       3-2
                        (Ott  7, Beloya  90, 90+3; Lamnao  38, 47)
Nov 12            Brunei vs Vietnam                   0-8
(Nguyen Van Quyet  1, 13, 14, Phạm Thành Lương  15, Le Van Thang 18, Hoang Van Bình  30, Le Hoang Thien  57, Hoang Dình Tung  72)
Nov 13            Philippines  vs  Myanmar          0-5
(Aye San  11, Kyaw Zeyar Win  41, Kyaw Ko Ko  46, 55, Yan Aung Win  90+2)
Nov 13            Timor-Leste vs Laos                 0-3
                        (Paseutsack  21, S. Lamnao  42, 89 -pen.)
Nov 15            Myanmar vs Timor-Leste          1-0
                        (Mai Aih Naing  34)   
                        Philippines vs  Brunei                1-2
                        (Beloya  9; Adi  17, Reduan  42)
Nov 17            Laos vs Vietnam                       1-3
(Keoviengpheth  5; Hoang Dình Tung  64, Nguyen Van Quyet  71, Le Van Thang  90)
FINAL TABLE
1.                     Vietnam                                    5  4  1  0  16-2 13
2.                     Myanmar                                  5  4  1  0  13-2 13
3.                     Timor-Leste                             5  2  0  3  4-8   6
4.                     Laos                                         5  1  1  3  10-9 4
5.                     Brunei                                      5  1  1  3  5-17 4
6.                     Philippines                                5  1  0  4  6-14 3
SEMIFINAL
Nov 19                        Malaysia  vs  Myanmar 1-0
                        (Fakri  85)
                        Vietnam vs Indonesia 0-2
                        (Wanggai  61, Bonai  89)
THIRD PLACE MATCH
Nov 21                        Myanmar          4 – 1    Vietnam           4-1
(Kyaw Zeyar Win  34, Pyae Phyoe Oo  55, Ngô Hoàng Thịnh  72 -o.g.; Kyaw Ko Ko  84)
FINAL
Nov 21                        Malaysia vs Indonesia   1-1 (aet) penalty kicks 4-3
                        (Asraruddin  35; Gunawan  5)
 (Penalties: Mahali, Fandi, Fakri, Fadhli, Baddrol; Bonai, Gunawan, Egi, Rahman, Sinaga)
Malaysia:
GK: 1 Khairul Fahmi Che Mat; DF 2    Mahali Jasuli; 3 Mohd Zubir Azmi; 4     Mohd Fadhli Mohd Shas; 6 Mohd Asraruddin Putra Omar; 24 Mohd Muslim Ahmad; MF: 7 Mohd Irfan Fazail; 10 Baddrol Bakhtiar©; 11 K. Gurusamy; FW: 9 Thamil Arasu Ambumamee; 13 Ahmad Fakri Saarani
Substitutions: FW: 21 Muhamad Nazmi Faiz Mansor; MF: 16 Yong Kuong Yong; DF 17 Mohd Fandi Othman
Indonesia
GK:  1  Kurnia Meiga Hermansyah; DF 13 Gunawan Dwi Cahyo; 15    Hasyim Kipuw; 24 Diego Michiels; 28 Abdul Rahman; MF: 6 Mahadirga Lasut          ; 8 Egi Melgiansyah (c); 10 Oktovianus Maniani; 21 Andik Vermansyah; FW: 25 Titus Bonai; 27 Patrich Wanggai
Substitutions: - FW: 17 Ferdinand Sinaga; DF: 26 Hendro Siswanto   ; MF: 11 Rizky Ramdani Lestaluhu




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