2019 King's Cup

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2019 King's Cup
ฟุตบอลชิงถ้วยพระราชทานคิงส์คัพ 2019
Tournament details
Host country Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand
Dates5–8 June 2019
Teams4 (from 2 confederations)
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
ChampionsFlag of Curacao.svg  Curaçao (1st title)
Runners-upFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Third placeFlag of India.svg  India
Fourth placeFlag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Tournament statistics
Matches played4
Goals scored8 (2 per match)
Attendance55,642 (13,911 per match)
2018

The 2019 Annual King's Cup Football Tournament (Thai : ฟุตบอลชิงถ้วยพระราชทานคิงส์คัพ 2019), commonly referred to as 2019 King's Cup, was the 47th King's Cup, the annual international men's football tournament organised by Football Association of Thailand. It was held in Buriram, Thailand, from 5 to 8 June 2019. Two matches were held on 5 June, the winners of which qualified for the final. The two other teams played the play-off for the 3rd spot.

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As hosts, Thailand participated automatically in the tournament; they were joined by the CONCACAF team Curaçao and AFC teams Vietnam and India. [1]

Defending champions Slovakia did not participate.

Participating teams

The following teams have participated for the tournament.

CountryAssociationFederationConfederationFIFA Ranking 1 Previous best performance
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand (host) FAT AFF AFC 114Champions (fifteen titles; last title: 2017)
Flag of Curacao.svg  Curaçao 2 FFK CFU CONCACAF 82Debut
Flag of India.svg  India AIFF SAFF AFC 101Third Place (1977)
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam VFF AFF AFC 98Runner up (2006)

    Venue

    All matches held at the Chang Arena in Buriram, Thailand. [4] [5]

    Buriram
    Chang Arena
    (Thunder Castle Stadium)
    14°58′0″N103°5′46″E / 14.96667°N 103.09611°E / 14.96667; 103.09611 (Buriram)
    Capacity: 32,600 seats
    Isan, Mueang Buri Ram District, Buri Ram 31000, Thailand - panoramio (6).jpg

    Squads

    Matches

    All times are local, Indochina Time (UTC+7)

    Match rules

    Bracket

     
    Semi-finalsFinal
     
          
     
    5 June – Buriram
     
     
    Flag of Curacao.svg  Curaçao 3
     
    8 June – Buriram
     
    Flag of India.svg  India 1
     
    Flag of Curacao.svg  Curaçao pen. 1 (5)
     
    5 June – Buriram
     
    Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 1 (4)
     
    Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 0
     
     
    Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 1
     
    Third place
     
     
    8 June – Buriram
     
     
    Flag of India.svg  India 1
     
     
    Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 0

    Semi-finals

    Curaçao  Flag of Curacao.svg31Flag of India.svg  India
    • Bonevacia Soccerball shade.svg15'
    • Hooi Soccerball shade.svg17'
    • Bacuna Soccerball shade.svg33'
    Report
    Chang Arena , Buriram
    Attendance: 8,535
    Referee: Chaireag Ngamsom (Thailand)

    Thailand  Flag of Thailand.svg01Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
    Report
    Chang Arena , Buriram
    Attendance: 26,853
    Referee: Jumpei Iida (Japan)

    Third place play-off

    India  Flag of India.svg10Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
    Report
    Chang Arena , Buriram
    Attendance: 11,836
    Referee: Jumpei Iida (Japan)

    Final

    Winners

     The 47th Annual King's Cup Football Tournament
    Champions [6]  
    Flag of Curacao.svg
    Curaçao
    First title

    Final ranking

    PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsFinal result
    1Flag of Curacao.svg  Curaçao 211042+24Champions
    2Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 211021+14Runners-up
    3Flag of India.svg  India 21012313Third place
    4Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand (H)20020220Fourth place
    Source: FIFA
    (H) Host

    Broadcasting rights

    CountryTelevision broadcasterOnline streamingRef
    Flag of India.svg India Star Sports 3 Hotstar [7] [8]
    Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand Thairath TV Not available [8] [9]
    Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam VTC Digital Television [8] [10]
    Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea MBC Sports+ MBC2 Vietnam matches only (semi-final and final)

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