CMFA Melayu Archipelago Cup

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CMFA Melayu Archipelago Cup
Founded2018; 3 years ago (2018)
RegionMelayu Archipelago (CMFA)
Number of teamsInvitational
22 eligible national teams
Current championsZiwana
(2nd titles)
Most successful team(s)(2 titles)
5th edition

The CMFA Melayu Archipelago Cup or commonly known as Melayu Archipelago Cup or informally as the MAC, is the primary association football competition contested by senior men's national teams of the member of Confederation of Melayu Football Association (CMFA) to determined the continental champion of Melayu Archipelago. Held annually in between of NS World Cup, it was originally called Malay World Cup before being change in it's 3rd edition.

Until the 5th edition, Ziwana become the most successful country in the competition. Ziwana won their second title in the 5th edition which is also their second consecutive title. Currently, there are 22 eligible nations who can enter the competition. No qualifying round have held before the main competition. The most recent championship was won by Ziwana after defeating Sharktail in the final.

History[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Beginning[edit | hide | edit source]

Tanah Melayu Era[edit | hide | edit source]

Melayu Archipelago Era[edit | hide | edit source]

Trophy[edit | hide | edit source]

Format[edit | hide | edit source]

Results[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Host Final Semifinalist Number of teams
Winner Score Runners-up
1st edition
Zeniyadh Sumatra Timur 4-3 Khantari Southeastern Malaya and Zeniyadh 6
Year Host Final Third Place Playoff Number of teams
Winner Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place
2nd edition
Khantari Zeniyadh 3-0 Pauh Janggi Khantari 3-1 Wuriya 12
3rd edition
Eraman Pauh Janggi 2-1 Soracana Islands Ziwana 3-1
Pemecutan 20
4th edition
Soracana Islands Ziwana 2-1
Soracana Islands Reksonegoro 3-2 Pemecutan 12
5th edition
Southern Palm Islands
Ziwana 3-2 Sharktail Pemecutan 4-2 Belfitz 20
6th edition

Summary[edit | hide | edit source]

Team Winners Runners-up
Ziwana 2 (4th, 5th)
Pauh Janggi 1 (3rd) 1 (2nd)
Sumatra Timur 1 (1st)
Zeniyadh 1 (2nd)
Soracana Islands 2 (3rd, 4th)
Khantari 1 (1st)
Sharktail 1 (5th)