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W Won 2 - 0 against China on January 16th W Won 3 - 0 against Philippines on January 11th L Lost 0 - 2 against South Korea on January 16th L Lost 0 - 1 against South Korea on January 11th W Won 3 - 1 against Philippines on January 16th L Lost 0 - 3 against China on January 11th L Lost 1 - 3 against Kyrgyzstan on January 16th W Won 2 - 0 against Vietnam on January 12th D Drew 0 - 0 against Iraq on January 16th W Won 3 - 0 against Yemen on January 12th D Drew 0 - 0 against Iran on January 16th L Lost 0 - 2 against Iran on January 12th W Won 2 - 0 against Yemen on January 16th L Lost 0 - 3 against Iraq on January 12th L Lost 0 - 2 against Vietnam on January 16th W Won 6 - 0 against North Korea on January 13th W Won 2 - 0 against Saudi Arabia on January 17th W Won 2 - 0 against Lebanon on January 12th L Lost 0 - 2 against Qatar on January 17th Iran and Saudi Arabia have each captured three championships.
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Initially successful teams included South Korea twice and Iran three times. Since , Japan four times and Saudi Arabia three times have been the most successful teams, together winning seven of the last ten finals.
The other teams which have achieved success are Qatar current champions , Australia , Iraq and Kuwait Israel won in but were later expelled and have since joined UEFA.
Australia joined the Asian confederation in and hosted the Asian Cup finals in The tournament had been expanded from 16 teams to 24 teams, with the qualifying process doubling as part of the qualification for the FIFA World Cup.
Since , the final tournament is played in two stages: the group stage and the knockout stage. Since , each team plays three games in a group of four, with the winners and runners-up from each group advancing to the knockout stage along with the four best third-placed teams.
In the knockout stage the sixteen teams compete in a single-elimination tournament, beginning with the round of 16 and ending with the final match of the tournament.
The qualifying process involved the hosts plus the winners of the various zones central, eastern and western. It was only a four-team tournament, a format that also existed for and Each sub-confederation already hosts their own biennial championship, each with varying degrees of interest.
Dominance has swung between the East and West so far. From the superiority of South Korea in the early years of the competition, the tournament became the preserve of Iran who won three consecutive tournaments in , and West Asian countries dominated in the s with Kuwait becoming the first Middle East country to win the championship in , followed by Saudi Arabia 's consecutive wins in and Japan hold the record for the most victories in the tournament's history, having won in , , and Up until s, the AFC Asian Cup was mostly played in a more amateur level, despite its attempt to raise the standard.
By the end of s, the tournament has begun to be professionalized. The Asian Cup also saw Australia compete for the first time, reaching the quarter-final stage; Iraq defeated Australia, South Korea and Saudi Arabia to win their first ever Asian Cup despite an adverse domestic situation and conditions for the players.
At the Asian Cup , the video assistant referees were used in the tournament for the first time,  as well as an expansion to 24 teams. There have been two Asian Cup trophies; the first one used between and , and the second one in use since The first trophy came in a form of a bowl with circular base.
It was 42 centimeters tall and weighs 15 kilograms. Fourth place Second Round Group D winners. Second Round Group E runners-up. Group stage , , , , Second Round Group F runners-up.
China PR. Second Round Group C runners-up. Runners-up , Third Round Group D runners-up. Group stage Third Round Group D winners. Group stage , , Third Round Group A winners.
Third Round Group B winners. Third Round Group E runners-up. Third Round Group C winners. Third Round Group E winners.
Third Round Group C runners-up. Fourth place 1 , 1. Third Round Group A runners-up. North Korea. Third Round Group B runners-up. Third Round Group F winners.
Third Round Group F runners-up. Zayed Sports City Stadium. Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium. Capacity: 43,  expanded. Capacity: 37, . Capacity: 12,  expanded.
Hazza bin Zayed Stadium. Khalifa bin Zayed Stadium. Sharjah Stadium. Capacity: 25, . Capacity: 12, . Advance to knockout stage.
Round of Vietnam p. South Korea a. United Arab Emirates a. Australia p. Zheng Zhi. Group C vs Kyrgyzstan matchday 1; 7 January.
Mohammed Saleh. Group B vs Australia matchday 2; 11 January. Han Kwang-song. Group E vs Qatar matchday 2; 13 January. Egor Krimets.
Group F vs Turkmenistan matchday 2; 13 January. Pansa Hemviboon. Musa Al-Taamari. Group B vs Palestine matchday 3; 15 January. Trent Sainsbury.
Group B vs Syria matchday 3; 15 January. Jonathan Cantillana. Group B vs Jordan matchday 3; 15 January. Lee Yong. Group D vs Yemen matchday 3; 16 January.
Salem Al-Dawsari. Group E vs Qatar matchday 3; 17 January. Ri Il-jin. Group E vs Lebanon matchday 3; 17 January.
Jong Il-gwan. Adisorn Promrak Suphan Thongsong. Round of 16 vs China PR 20 January. Zhang Linpeng. Quarter-final vs Iran 24 January.
Vahid Amiri. Quarter-final vs China PR 24 January. Yoshinori Muto. Quarter-final vs Vietnam 24 January. Tom Rogic. Quarter-final vs United Arab Emirates 25 January.
Khamis Esmaeel. Quarter-final vs Australia 25 January.