Football at the Summer Universiade

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Men's Association football was a Summer Universiade sport from the 1979 edition. In the 1979 edition, it was an optional sport. From 1985, football was a recognized mandatory sport. The women's football competition began in the 1993 edition.

Contents

Men's tournaments

Summaries

YearHostFinalThird Place
Gold MedalScoreSilver MedalBronze MedalScoreFourth Place
1979
details
Mexico
Mexico

Mexico
53
Uruguay

Romania
41
Netherlands
1985
details
Japan
Kobe

North Korea
10
Uruguay

China PR
42
Japan
1987
details
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Zagreb

Soviet Union
50
South Korea

North Korea
30
China PR
1991
details
United Kingdom
Sheffield

South Korea
00 aet
(54) pen

Netherlands

Great Britain
21
Uruguay
1993
details
United States
Buffalo

Czech Republic
21
South Korea

Germany
21
Great Britain
1995
details
Japan
Fukuoka

Japan
20
South Korea

Russia
31
Ukraine
1997
details
Italy
Palermo

Italy
10
South Korea

United States
21
Ukraine
1999
details
Spain
Palma de Mallorca

Spain
21 aet
Italy

Brazil
22 aet
(54) pen

Czech Republic
2001
details
China
Beijing

Japan
10
Ukraine

South Korea
00 aet
(54) pen

China PR
2003
details
South Korea
Daegu

Japan
32
Italy

Czech Republic
31
Morocco
2005
details
Turkey
Izmir

Japan
33 aet
(32) pen

Italy

Morocco
11 aet
(43) pen

Brazil
2007
details
Thailand
Bangkok

Ukraine
10
Italy

Thailand
11 aet
(53) pen

Canada
2009
details
Serbia
Belgrade

Ukraine
32
Italy

Japan
10
Great Britain
2011
details
China
Shenzhen

Japan
20
Great Britain

Brazil
20
Russia
2013
details
Russia
Kazan

France
32 aet
Great Britain

Japan
30
Russia
2015
details
South Korea
Gwangju

Italy
30
South Korea

Japan
00 aet
(76) pen

Brazil
2017
details
Chinese Taipei
Taipei

Japan
1–0
France

Mexico
0–0
(5–3) pen

Uruguay
2019
details
Italy
Naples

Medal table

TeamGoldSilverBronzeFourth Place
  Japan 6 (1995*, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2011, 2017)3 (2009, 2013, 2015)1 (1985*)
  Italy 2 (1997*, 2015)5 (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009)
  Ukraine 2 (2007, 2009)1 (2001)2 (1995, 1997)
  South Korea 1 (1991)5 (1987, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2015*)1 (2001)
  France 1 (2013)1 (2017)
  Russia 1 (1987)1 (1995)2 (2011, 2013*)
  Czech Republic 1 (1993)1 (2003)1 (1999)
  Mexico 1 (1979*)1 (2017)
  North Korea 1 (1985)1 (1987)
  Spain 1 (1999*)
  Great Britain 2 (2011, 2013)1 (1991*)2 (1993, 2009)
  Uruguay 2 (1979, 1985)2 (1991, 2017)
  Netherlands 1 (1991)1 (1979)
  Brazil 2 (1999, 2011)2 (2005, 2015)
  China PR 1 (1985)2 (1987, 2001*)
  Morocco 1 (2005)1 (2003)
  Romania 1 (1979)
  Germany 1 (1993)
  United States 1 (1997)
  Thailand 1 (2007*)
  Canada 1 (2007)
* = Host

Participating nations

Nation Mexico
1979
Japan
1985
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
1987
United Kingdom
1991
United States
1993
Japan
1995
Italy
1997
Spain
1999
China
2001
South Korea
2003
Turkey
2005
Thailand
2007
Serbia
2009
China
2011
Russia
2013
South Korea
2015
Chinese Taipei
2017
Italy
2019
  Algeria 6th10th14th11th
  Argentina 12th8th
  Australia 12th15th8th15th
  Brazil 16th12th8th3rd6th4th10th9th3rd14th4th9th
  Canada 11th16th16th15th4th12th9th7th13th10th
  China PR 3rd4th5th4th7th15th7th12th10th
  Chinese Taipei 16th16th
  Colombia 10th
  DR Congo (  Zaire )19th
  Cuba 20th
  Czech Republic 1st5th10th4th5th3rd6th11th5th11th
  El Salvador 18th
  France 9th11th13th10th7th1st8th2nd
  Germany (  West Germany )9th11th13th3rd
  Ghana 15th15th
  Great Britain 13th8th10th3rd4th15th12th9th7th8th13th8th4th2nd2nd
  Indonesia 22nd
  Iran 16th6th13th5th11th5th11th14th
  Iraq 17th
  Italy 12th1st2nd13th2nd2nd2nd2nd8th11th1st5thq
  Japan 7th4th8th8th5th1st9th13th1st1st1st5th3rd1st3rd3rd1st
  Kazakhstan 14th
  Kuwait 14th12th
  Kyrgyzstan 15th
  Lesotho 23rd
  Madagascar 8th
  Malaysia 12th12th8th15th14th
  Mexico 1st6th15th7th14th14th5th6th16th9th11th3rd
  Morocco 12th16th8th8th4th3rd9th13th
  Namibia 16th
  Netherlands 4th5th2nd8th7th
  Nigeria 15th7th9th10th14th14th16th16th
  North Korea 1st3rd6th
  Peru 15th
  Republic of Ireland 14th13th13th6th12th12th13th12th13th14th5th5th13th
  Romania 3rd10th
  Russia (  Soviet Union )1st9th6th3rd7th4th4th9th6th
  Saudi Arabia 16th
  Serbia (  Yugoslavia )9th8th
  Slovakia 7th11th
  South Africa 14th7th15th12th16th6th12th
  South Korea 5th5th2nd1st2nd2nd2nd6th3rd9th14th6th5th2nd11th
  Spain 10th1st
  Tanzania 24th
  Thailand 15th6th10th3rd10th13th
  Turkey 9th13th
  Ukraine 4th4th11th2nd11th1st1st14th6th12th7th
  United States 15th7th6th5th11th9th3rd15th
  Uruguay 2nd2nd7th4th10th14th11th10th9th10th8th7th11th6th10th7th4th
  Zambia 21st

Women's tournaments

Summaries

YearHostFinalThird Place
Gold MedalScoreSilver MedalBronze MedalScoreFourth Place
1993
details
United States
Buffalo

China PR
21
United States

Russia
20
Chinese Taipei
2001
details
China
Beijing

Brazil
21 aet
Netherlands

South Korea
43
France
2003
details
South Korea
Daegu

North Korea
30
Japan

China PR
20
Chinese Taipei
2005
details
Turkey
Izmir

Brazil
21
China PR

Japan
20
France
2007
details
Thailand
Bangkok

North Korea
10
Russia

Brazil
21
Republic of Ireland
2009
details
Serbia
Belgrade

South Korea
41
Japan

Great Britain
41
France
2011
details
China
Shenzhen

China PR
21 aet
Japan

Brazil
41
France
2013
details
Russia
Kazan

Great Britain
62
Mexico

Brazil
21
South Africa
2015
details
South Korea
Gwangju

France
20
Russia

Japan
50
Canada
2017
details
Chinese Taipei
Taipei

Brazil
10
Japan

Russia
50
South Africa
2019
details
Italy
Naples

Medal table

TeamGoldSilverBronzeFourth Place
  Brazil 3 (2001, 2005, 2017)3 (2007, 2011, 2013)
  China PR 2 (1993, 2011*)1 (2005)1 (2003)
  North Korea 2 (2003, 2007)
  South Korea 1 (2009)1 (2001)
  Great Britain 1 (2013)1 (2009)
  France 1 (2015)4 (2001, 2005, 2009, 2011)
  Japan 4 (2003, 2009, 2011, 2017)2 (2005, 2015)
  Russia 2 (2007, 2015)2 (2003, 2017)
  United States 1 (1993*)
  Netherlands 1 (2001)
  Mexico 1 (2013)
  Chinese Taipei 2 (1993, 2003)
  South Africa 1 (2013,2017)
  Republic of Ireland 2 (2007)
  Canada 1 (2015)
* = Host

Participating nations

Nation United States
1993
China
2001
South Korea
2003
Turkey
2005
Thailand
2007
Serbia
2009
China
2011
Russia
2013
South Korea
2015
Chinese Taipei
2017
Italy
2019
  Argentina 13th
  Australia 7th
  Brazil 1st1st3rd6th3rd3rd6th1st
  Canada 5th10th10th5th10th7th5th10th4th8th
  China PR 1st6th3rd2nd8th8th1st11th5th
  Chinese Taipei 4th4th8th14th10th8th11th11th
  Colombia 15th12th
  Czech Republic 11th8th
  Estonia 12th12th12th
  Finland 9th7th
  France 4th6th4th5th4th4th1st
  Germany 9th13th10th
  Great Britain 7th3rd9th1st9th
  Hungary 13th
  Italy q
  Japan 6th7th2nd3rd9th2nd2nd5th3rd2nd
  Mexico 11th8th8th2nd9th7th
  Netherlands 2nd
  New Zealand 12th9th16th
  North Korea 5th1st1st
  Poland 8th11th10th
  Republic of Ireland 7th6th4th14th6th13th10th
  Russia 3rd2nd5th6th9th2nd3rd
  Serbia 11th
  South Africa 12th11th10th12th15th11th4th14th4th
  South Korea 3rd5th6th1st7th7th7th6th
  Thailand 15th
  Turkey 12th
  United States 2nd12th5th

Combinated Medal table

Last updated after the 2017 Summer Universiade

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan  (JPN)66517
2  Brazil  (BRA)3058
3  North Korea  (PRK)3014
4  South Korea  (KOR)2529
5  Italy  (ITA)2406
6  China  (CHN)2125
7  France  (FRA)2103
  Ukraine  (UKR)2103
9  Great Britain  (GBR)1225
10  Mexico  (MEX)1113
11  Czech Republic  (CZE)1012
12  Soviet Union  (URS)1001
  Spain  (ESP)1001
14  United States  (USA)0235
15  Netherlands  (NED)0202
  Uruguay  (URU)0202
17  Russia  (RUS)0022
18  Germany  (GER)0011
  Romania  (ROM)0011
  Thailand  (THA)0011
Totals (20 nations)27272781

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