Asian Cup Winners Cup
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Asian Cup Winners Cup
Asian Cup Winners' Cup
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RegionAsia (AFC)
Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal
Japan Yokohama Marinos
(2 titles each)

The Asian Cup Winners' Cup was an association football competition run by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). The competition was started in 1991 as a tournament for all the domestic cup winners from countries affiliated to the AFC. The winners of the Cup Winners' Cup used to contest the Asian Super Cup against the winners of the Asian Club Championship. The most successful clubs in the competition are Al Hilal from Saudi Arabia and Nissan FC from Japan. In 2002, it merged with the Asian Club Championship to form the AFC Champions League.


Records and statistics

The following table lists countries by number of winners and runner-up in Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

By nation

# Nation Winners Runners-up
1  Saudi Arabia 6 1
2  Japan 5 1
3  Iran 1 1
4  South Korea 0 3
5  Iraq 0 2
6  Bahrain 0 1
7  China 0 1
8  Hong Kong 0 1
9  United Arab Emirates 0 1

By club

The following table lists clubs by number of times winners and runners-up in Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

1 including Nissan FC.
2Yokohama Flügels was merged with Yokohama Marinos to Yokohama F. Marinos in 1999.

Winning coaches

The following table lists the winning coaches of the Asian Cup Winners' Cup.

External links

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