South Asian Association of Regional Co-operation Gold Cup 1993


South Asian Association of Regional Co-operation Gold Cup 1993

Infobox International Football Competition
tourney_name = South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation Gold Cup 1993
year = 1993
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country = Pakistan
dates = 16 July23 July
num_teams = 4
confederations =
venues = 1
cities = 1
champion = IND
count = 1
second = SRI
third = NEP
fourth = PAK
matches = 6
goals = 11
attendance =
top_scorer =
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The 1993 South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation Gold Cup was held in Lahore, Pakistan between 16 July 1993 and 23 July 1993. The countries that competed in this tournament are India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Additionally a Pakistan Junior team participated under the name of Pakistan White. But their matches were not part of the tournament: This tournament was played as a league where the team gets the highest points win the competition.

Final Table

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score = 2 – 0
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goals1 = IM Vijayan goal|?
goals2 = Gunabir Singh goal|?
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date = July 16, 1993
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date = July 18, 1993
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date = July 19, 1993
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date = July 21, 1993
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team1 = fb-rt|IND
score = 1 – 0
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date = July 23, 1993
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team1 = fb-rt|PAK
score = 1 – 1
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team2 = fb|IND
goals1 = Muhammad Nauman Khan goal|?
goals2 = IM Vijayan goal|?
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Additional Matches(1)

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date = July 17, 1993
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team1 = Pakistan White
score = 1 – 1
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date = July 18, 1993
time =
team1 = Pakistan White
score = 1 – 3
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team2 = fb|IND
goals1 =
goals2 = IM Vijayan goal|?
Kumaresh Bhawal goal|?
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date = July 20, 1993
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team1 = Pakistan White
score = 0 – 2
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date = July 22, 1993
time =
team1 = Pakistan White
score = 1 – 2
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goals1 =
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attendance =
referee =
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1These matches are not included in South Asian Assosiation of Regional Co-Operations Gold Cup 1993.

Winners

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Pakistan 1993|
Sri Lanka 1995
Nepal 1997
India 1999
Bangladesh 2003
Pakistan 2005
Maldives & Sri Lanka 2008
India 2009


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