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2006 AFC U-17 Championship

2006 AFC U-16 Championship
AFC U-16 Championship Singapore 2006
Tournament details
Host country Singapore
Dates 3 September – 19 October
Teams 16 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) 2 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Japan
Runners-up  North Korea
Third place  Tajikistan
Fourth place  Syria

The 2006 Asian Football Confederation (AFC), which was held between September 3 and September 16, 2006, in Singapore. Japan won their second title with a 4-2 win against Korea DPR in the final.

Qualification Competition

Stadiums

Group stage

All times are Singapore Standard Time (UTC+8)

Group A

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Japan 7 3 2 1 0 10 3 +7
 South Korea 6 3 2 0 1 7 4 +3
 Singapore 2 3 0 2 1 2 4 -2
   Nepal 1 3 0 1 2 0 8 -8
2006-09-03
17:00
South Korea  3 – 1  Singapore
Choi Jin-Soo Goal 35'
Kim Jung-Hyun Goal 66'
Gu Ja-Myeong Goal 88'
Quak Jun-Yi Goal 56'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,500

2006-09-03
20:00
Japan  6 – 0    Nepal
Yamada Goal 8'
Okamoto Goal 13'
Hanato Goal 69'77'
Mizunuma Goal 80'90+1'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,800

2006-09-05
17:00
Singapore  1 – 1  Japan
Muhammad Izzdin Yacob Goal 86' (pen.) Kakitani Goal 81'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,500

2006-09-05
20:00
South Korea  2 – 0    Nepal
Seol Jae-Mun Goal 45'
Joo Sung-Hwan Goal 81'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,277

2006-09-07
17:00
Japan  3 – 2  South Korea
Mizunuma Goal 19'90'
Otsuka Goal 67'
Joo Sung-Hwan Goal 59'74'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,348

2006-09-07
17:00
Singapore  0 – 0    Nepal
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 2,000

Group B

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Tajikistan 9 3 3 0 0 7 4 +3
 Iran 4 3 1 1 1 2 2 0
 Iraq 2 3 0 2 1 1 2 -1
 Yemen 1 3 0 1 2 4 6 -2
2006-09-03
17:00
Iran  1 – 0  Yemen
Jalalaldin Alimohammadi Goal 32'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 100

2006-09-03
20:00
Iraq  0 – 1  Tajikistan
Karabaev Goal 90+3'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 50

2006-09-05
17:00
Yemen  1 – 1  Iraq
Muaadh Al-Ameri Goal 81' Emar Mohammed Goal 22'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 50

2006-09-05
20:00
Tajikistan  2 – 1  Iran
Tukhtasunov Goal 13'23' Mehdi Daghagheleh Goal 75'

2006-09-07
20:00
Iran  0 – 0  Iraq
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,257

2006-09-07
20:00
Yemen  3 – 4  Tajikistan
Muaadh Al-Ameri Goal 41'90+2'
Abdullah Omar Goal 45+1'
Tokhirov Goal 51'
Tukhtasunov Goal 55'82'
Vasiev Goal 67'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 400

Group C

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Saudi Arabia 6 2 2 0 0 7 1 +6
 North Korea 3 2 1 0 1 7 4 +3
 Myanmar 0 2 0 0 2 2 11 -9

Laos was disqualified for fielding an overage player Keoponesay Sintalavong in an U-13 championship.

2006-09-04
17:00
North Korea  1 – 2  Saudi Arabia
An Il-Bom Goal 43' Fahad Al-Dossari Goal 46'
Raqi Fallatah Goal 58'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,511

2006-09-06
20:00
Myanmar  2 – 6  North Korea
Ko Kyaw Ko Goal 48'
Kyaing Aung Pyone Goal 74'
Ri Myong-Jun Goal 11'36'
Ri Sang-Chol Goal 45+2'55'
O Jin-Hyok Goal 60'61'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,658

2006-09-08
17:00
Saudi Arabia  5 – 0  Myanmar
Fahad Al-Dossari Goal 8'
Mohammed Hazazi Goal 29'37'
Thenyan Al-Matrafi Goal 33'
Abdulaziz Al-Shamari Goal 82'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 1,500

Group D

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 China PR 7 3 2 1 0 9 3 +6
 Syria 6 3 2 0 1 9 1 +8
 Vietnam 4 3 1 1 1 5 5 0
 Bangladesh 0 3 0 0 3 0 14 -14
2006-09-04
17:00
China PR  1 – 0  Syria
Wang Yongxin Goal 89'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 100

2006-09-04
20:00
Bangladesh  0 – 2  Vietnam
Tran Viet Trung Goal 55'
Hoang Danh Ngoc Goal 72' (pen.)
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 300

2006-09-06
17:00
Syria  7 – 0  Bangladesh
Mohamad Jaafar Goal 8'61' (pen.)
Mhd. Darwish Midou Goal 10'15'56'
Solaiman Solaiman Goal 12'
Ziad Ajouz Goal 42'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 100

2006-09-06
20:00
Vietnam  3 – 3  China PR
Tran Viet Trung Goal 29'
Dao Ngoc Phuoc Goal 31'
Nguyen Van Trung Goal 73'
Wang Yunlong Goal 64' (pen.)79'
Ma Long Goal 90'

2006-09-08
20:00
China PR  5 – 0  Bangladesh
Ma Long Goal 27'81'
Gao Di Goal 42'45'
Li Haifang Goal 76'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,402

2006-09-08
20:00
Syria  2 – 0  Vietnam
Mhd. Darwish Midou Goal 80'
Ziad Ajouz Goal 83'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 1,000

Knockout stage

All times are Singapore Standard Time (UTC+8)

Knockout Map

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
September 11        
  Japan (PSO)  1 (8)
September 14
  Iran  1 (7)  
  Japan  2
September 11
    Syria  0  
  Saudi Arabia  1
September 17
  Syria  2  
  Japan (AET)  4
September 11
    North Korea  2
  Tajikistan  1
September 14
  South Korea  0  
  Tajikistan  0 Third place
September 11
    North Korea  3  
  China PR  1   Syria  3 (4)
  North Korea  2     Tajikistan (PSO)  3 (5)
September 17

Quarterfinal


2006-09-11
20:00
Tajikistan  1 – 0  South Korea
Vasiev Goal 81'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,346

2006-09-11
17:00
Saudi Arabia  1 – 2  Syria
Fahad Al-Dossari Goal 46' Mohamad Jaafar Goal 9'74'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 50

2006-09-11
20:00
China PR  1 – 2 (AET)  North Korea
Gao Di Goal 16' Ri Myong-Jun Goal 20'
O Jin-Hyok Goal 110'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 300

Semi Finals

2006-09-14
17:00
Japan  2 – 0  Syria
Saito Goal 69'
Kakitani Goal 79'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 500

2006-09-14
20:00
Tajikistan  0 – 3  North Korea
An Il-Bom Goal 26'53'
Ri Sang-Chol Goal 38'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 2,654

Third place playoff

2006-09-17
17:00
Syria  3 – 3 (AET)
4 – 5 (PSO)
 Tajikistan
Mohamad Jaafar Goal 45+1'94'
Solaiman Solaiman Goal 50' (pen.)
Fatkhuloev Goal 29'
Sobirov Goal 67'
Karabaev Goal 114'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 300

Final

2006-09-17
20:00
Japan  4 – 2 (AET)  North Korea
Kakitani Goal 57'
Hanato Goal 78'
Kawano Goal 113'120'
O Jin-Hyok Goal 7'
Ri Sang-Chol Goal 25'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 3,346

Winners

 AFC U-17 Championship 2006 Winners 

Japan
Second title

Awards

Most Valuable Player Top Scorer Fair Play Award
Yoichiro Kakitani Mohamad Jaafar (6 goals)  Japan

Countries to participate in 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup

Goalscorers

Top scoring teams

References

  • RSSSF Archive
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