|2019년 EAFF E-1 풋볼 챔피언십|
|Host country||South Korea|
|Teams||4 (from 1 sub-confederation)|
|Venue(s)||2 (in 1 host cities)|
|Goals scored||14 (2.33 per match)|
|Attendance||42,181 (7,030 per match)|
The 2019 EAFF E-1 Football Championship was the 8th edition of the EAFF E-1 Football Championship, an international football tournament for East Asian countries and territories organized by the EAFF. The finals were held in South Korea in December 2019.It was the nation's third time hosting the tournament.
Ten teams were allocated to their particular stage. Each winner of the preliminary round progressed to the next stage.
|Final Round||Second Preliminary Round||First Preliminary Round|
The ranking of teams was determined as follows:
The first preliminary round was held in Mongoliain September 2018.
|1||3||2||1||0||14||2||+12||7||Advance to Second preliminary round|
| Guam ||4–0|
| Mendiola |
| Mongolia ||4–1|
| Seo-Od-Yanjiv |
|Report|| Leonel |
| Macau ||2–0|
| Lam Ka Seng |
Leong Ka Hang
| Mongolia ||9–0|
| Mönkh-Erdengiin |
| Northern Mariana Islands ||1–1|
| Tenorio ||Report|| Leong Ka Hang |
|Top scorer||Most Valuable Player|
The second preliminary round was held in Taiwanin November 2018.
|1||3||2||1||0||7||2||+5||7||Advance to Final round|
| North Korea ||4–1|
| Rim Kwang-hyok |
|Report|| Nyam-Osoryn |
| Chinese Taipei ||1–2|
| Chen Ting-yang ||Report|| McKee |
Chung Wai Keung
| Hong Kong ||0–0|
| Chinese Taipei ||2–1|
| Chu En-Le ||Report|| Norjmoogiin |
| Mongolia ||1–5|
| Artag ||Report|| Sandro |
|Top scorer||Most Valuable Player|
The final round was held in Busan, South Korea between 10–18 December 2019.
| China PR ||1–2|
| South Korea ||2–0|
| Japan ||5–0|
| Suga |
| South Korea ||1–0|
| Kim Min-jae ||Report|
| Hong Kong ||0–2|
|Report|| Ji Xiang |
| South Korea ||1–0|
| Hwang In-beom ||Report|
|Best goalkeeper||Best defender||Top scorer||Most Valuable Player|
|5||3||2||1||0||6||1||+5||7||Eliminated in Second Preliminary Round|
|8||3||1||1||1||4||5||−1||4||Eliminated in First Preliminary Round|
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