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1976 President's Cup Football Tournament

1976 President's Cup Football Tournament
Tournament details
Dates 11 May – 25 May 1976
Teams 10
Final positions
Champions  South Korea (4th) &
São Paulo U-21 (1st)
(shared)
Third place  Korea Republic B
Fourth place  New Zealand
Tournament statistics
Matches played 24
Goals scored 65 (2.71 per match)

1976 President's Cup was the sixth competition of President's Cup. The competition was held from 11 May 1976 to 22 May 1976. Opening ceremony was held in 11 May 1976 at Seoul Stadium. Participate team expanded 10 teams. Korea Republic and São Paulo state under-21 team played out a 0–0 draw and shared the trophy.

Group stage

Group A

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
São Paulo U-21 4 3 1 0 9 1 +8 7
 South Korea 4 2 2 0 16 5 +11 6
 Malaysia 4 2 1 1 12 7 +5 5
 Singapore 4 1 0 3 3 16 −13 2
 India 4 0 0 4 1 12 −11 0
11 September 1976
15:30 UTC+9
South Korea  4 – 4  Malaysia
Park Sang-In Goal 69'
Cha Bum-Kun Goal 83'87'88'
Wan Rasid Goal 12'
? Goal 21'
? Goal 32'
? Goal

13 September 1976
17:30 UTC+9
Malaysia  4 – 1  Singapore
Isa Bakar Goal 14'
Shukor Salleh Goal 17'
Mokhtar Dahari Goal Goal
? Goal

13 September 1976
19:10 UTC+9
South Korea  4 – 0  India
Lee Young-Moo Goal 40'52'
Cho Dong-Hyun Goal 42'
Cha Bum-Kun Goal 55'

15 September 1976
17:30 UTC+9
India  1 – 2  Singapore
? Goal Quah Kim Song Goal Goal

15 September 1976
19:10 UTC+9
São Paulo U-21 2 – 0  Malaysia
Tantino Goal 19'
Carasco Goal 79'

17 September 1976
17:30 UTC+9
São Paulo U-21 2 – 0  India

17 September 1976
19:10 UTC+9
South Korea  7 – 0  Singapore
Cha Bum-Kun Goal 2'85'
Kim Gang-Nam Goal 27'
Lee Young-Moo Goal 29'
Kim Jin-Kuk Goal 36'37'
Park Sang-In Goal 76'

19 September 1976
14:00 UTC+9
Malaysia  4 – 0  India

19 September 1976
15:40 UTC+9
South Korea  1 – 1 São Paulo U-21
Cha Bum-Kun Goal 87' Wilson Luis Goal 21'


Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 New Zealand 4 3 1 0 6 1 +5 7
 Korea Republic B 4 2 1 1 4 2 +2 5
 Burma 4 2 0 2 4 3 +1 4
 Thailand 4 0 2 2 3 7 −4 2
Warna Agung 4 0 2 2 1 5 −4 2
12 September 1976
14:00 UTC+9
New Zealand  2 – 0  Burma


14 September 1976
17:30 UTC+9
Burma  2 – 0 Warna Agung

14 September 1976
19:10 UTC+9
Korea Republic B  1 – 1  Thailand

16 September 1976
17:30 UTC+9
New Zealand  0 – 0 Warna Agung

16 September 1976
19:10 UTC+9
Burma  2 – 0  Thailand

18 September 1976
14:00 UTC+9
New Zealand  3 – 1  Thailand

18 September 1976
15:40 UTC+9
Korea Republic B  1 – 0  Burma

20 September 1976
19:00 UTC+9
Thailand  1 – 1 Warna Agung


Knockout stage

Semi-finals Final
September 23
  São Paulo U-21  3  
  Korea Republic B  0  
 
September 25
      São Paulo U-21  0
    South Korea  0
Third place
September 23 September 25
  New Zealand  0   Korea Republic B  1
  South Korea  2     New Zealand  0

Semi-finals



23 September 1976
18:40 UTC+9
New Zealand  0 – 2  South Korea

Third place match



Final



Winner

President's Cup 1976 Winners

Korea Republic
4th Title

São Paulo U-21
1st Title
shared title

References

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