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In the world, it is the second oldest continental football championship after Copa América.
Until 2015, the winning team qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup as champion of Asia.
Since the 1956 edition in Hong Kong, the Asian Cup has been held every four years until the 2004 edition in China. The Asian Football Confederation, however, decided to move their championship to a less crowded year since both the Olympics and the European Football Championship were scheduled in the same year.
The tournament was next held in 2007, when Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam hosted it jointly. Since then, it has been held every four years.
Traditionally, a small number of top teams have dominated the Asian Cup. South Korea (twice) and Iran (three times) were initially successful teams. Japan (four times) and Saudi Arabia (three times) have won seven of the last ten finals since 1984. Qatar (2019), Australia (2015), Iraq (2007), and Kuwait (1980) are also successful teams. In 1964, Israel won, but was expelled and has since joined UEFA.
In 2015, the Australian national team hosted the Asian Cup finals, defeating S. Korea to win the competition. Due to FIFA's qualification process, the tournament has expanded from 16 to 24 teams in 2019.
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