The Suzuki Cup brings together teams of Southeast Asia

The Suzuki Cup brings together teams of Southeast Asia

A competition consists of teams like Andorra imagine, San Marino, Malta and Cyprus struggling to get a prestigious international title? for that, is precisely what happens in Asia among several smaller teams fighting for a tournament that might seem for non-skilled in the art, a competition engine.

But nevertheless, the Suzuki Cup is designed as an international football competition consisting of eight teams in Southeast Asia. Six of them are automatically sorted based on their historical performance (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore and Thailand), while the remaining two are classified after playing a few rounds previous qualifying.

Singapore won the Suzuki Cup 2012 and the prize took over 200 millions of dollars.
Singapore won the Suzuki Cup 2012 and the prize took over 200 millions of dollars.

The eight teams are divided into two groups of four, contesting their three games of the group stage at the tournament site. The two best pass under the semi-finals and matches the format round. The winners, Finally, play the final, also two-legged.

It premiered in competition 1996, Thailand and Singapore and gimped with three each are the most successful sets. Followed by Vietnam and Malaysia champion last one. The next edition will be the 22 November to 20 December in Vietnam and Singapore. One of the stadiums, will be the spectacular Marina Bay, a floating platform constructed in Singapore rising in half water. Almost nothing.

The Marina Bay Singapore will host the next Suzuki Cup.
The Marina Bay Singapore will host the next Suzuki Cup.
Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982
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