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Where was the 2015 SAFF Football Championship held?

Where was the 2015 SAFF Football Championship held?

The 2015 SAFF Championship (officially known as the SAFF Suzuki Cup 2015 for sponsorship reasons) was the 11th edition of the SAFF Championship, the biennial international men’s football championship of South Asia organized by SAFF. It is being held in India from 23 December 2015 to 3 January 2016.

Where was the 2015 SAFF Suzuki Cup held?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. The 2015 SAFF Championship (officially known as the SAFF Suzuki Cup 2015 for sponsorship reasons) was the 11th edition of the SAFF Championship, the biennial international men’s football championship of South Asia organized by SAFF. It is being held in India from 23 December 2015 to 3 January 2016.

Who are the defending champions of the SAFF?

Heading into the tournament, Afghanistan were the defending champions of the tournament, with it also being the last time they can officially take part, as they have become members of the newly formed Central Asian Football Association.

Where was the 2015 Central Asian Football Championship held?

It is being held in India from 23 December 2015 to 3 January 2016. Heading into the tournament, Afghanistan were the defending champions of the tournament, with it also being the last time they can officially take part, as they have become members of the newly formed Central Asian Football Association.

Who are the current members of the SAFF?

The countries that currently compete in the tournaments are Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It is held every two years. Afghanistan joined SAFF in 2005 and left the association in 2015 to become a founding member of Central Asian Football Federation (CAFF).

Why was the SAFF Football Championship first postponed?

Since its inception, the biennial competition has developed into South Asia’s premier football tournament, promoting the regional development of the game. The SAFF Championship 2001 was first postponed from Oct/Nov 2001 to Jan/Feb 2002 due to the suspension of the Bangladeshi FA from FIFA; the tournament finally took place in 2003.