The Hockey Junior Asia Cup or simply the Junior Asia Cup is an Asian field hockey tournament for both men and women, organized by the Asian Hockey Federation (ASHF). The members which founded the Asian Hockey Federation include India, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Pakistan. Amongst the 31 members of the organization, only eight nations get the opportunity to compete for the Junior Asia Cup. All the players must be under the age of 21, to be able to participate in the championship.
- Men's Junior Asia Cup: The first edition of the tournament took place in Karachi, Pakistan. The host team won the tournament after defeating South Korea in the finals and India achieved the third place.
- Women's Junior Asia Cup: The first edition of the women’s version of the tournament was held in 1992 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. South Korea won the championship after defeating China in the finals, while India earned the third place.