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AFC Cup

The AFC Cup is a 32 team football club competition with clubs from AFC domestic leagues of developing nations which include: India, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Syria, Kuwait, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, Maldives, Hong Kong, Malaysia as well as 6 losing teams from the AFC Champions League.

Clubs from "mature" deemed AFC Nations are enrolled into the AFC Champions League. Football nations from "emerging" deemed nations participate in the AFC President's Cup. The 32 teams that participate in the AFC Cup are from "developing" deemed nations from the 2nd best 14 countries in the AFC geographic region. The current 2009 AFC Cup Football Club Champion is Al-Muharraq

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Soccer Friday: Popovic's unlikely road to Asian coaching glory
Jakarta Post
Jason Dasey is senior editor of ESPN FC, Indonesia's most popular English-language soccer website with a new Southeast Asia edition and a daily Bahasa Indonesia TV show on NET. Twitter: @JasonDasey.
Asian Football Confederation to celebrate 60 years
The State
... outskirts of the West Bank city of Ramallah, Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014. An alleged search of the Palestinian Football Association headquarters in the West Bank by the Israeli military was denounced Tuesday by the head of Asia's soccer federation ...
Asian Cup fever gets under way with fan launch in Canberra
The Canberra Times
AFC Asian Cup mascot Nutmeg, Canberra United player Grace Gill, front from left, Trinity Christian School year 7 student Ben Carling, year 6 student Tim Noack and year 4 student Mali Vanderstoep at the Join the Team photo booth at the AFC Asian Cup ...
FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking England close on top ten, Portugal climb
FIFA.com (registration)
Guinea (38th, up 17) have climbed into the top 50 on the back of two victories in CAF Africa Cup of Nations 2015 qualifiers, as have Mali (49th, up 9), with their rise coming at the expense of Trinidad and Tobago (54th, down 5) and Egypt (60th, down 22 ...
World Vision and AFC kick off 'One Goal'
Rappler
Soccer, more widely known as football, is arguably the most popular sport. Over 3.5 billion fans follow the FIFA World Cup, the most anticipated and watched sporting event in the world. ... In a bid to develop the love of for the sport among Filipino ...
Australia could host 2022 World Cup: Asian Cup chief
Sydney Morning Herald
Australia will host the 2015 AFC Asian Cup in January next year in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Newcastle and Canberra. Speaking at day one of the official G20 program on Wednesday, AFC Asian Cup Australia chief executive Michael Brown said ...
FA Cup fever heads to The Soccer AM Stadium as Basingstoke Town host AFC ...
Vavel.com
Since their inception from Telford United FC in 2004, AFC Telford have appeared in the FA Cup first round proper three times and will be hoping this fourth attempt can result in them reaching the second round proper for the first time in their short ...
Asian soccer group pans alleged IDF raid on Palestinian HQ
The Times of Israel
Despite a lack of training camps and the travel restrictions, the Palestinians won the AFC Challenge Cup in May to qualify for the 2015 Asian Cup in Australia, reaching the continental championship for the first time. The soccer team started competing ...
FIFA, AFC censure Israel raid on Palestine football association
Press TV
The Israeli regime has imposed travel restrictions on Palestinian footballers in the occupied West Bank and besieged Gaza Strip. Despite all limitations, Palestinians managed in May to qualify for the 16th edition of the AFC Asian Cup, scheduled to be ...
Going to a game? This weekend's football fixtures
Spalding Guardian
Target Newspapers Challenge Cup: Boston College v Sleaford Colts, Coningsby v Eastern European, Friskney v Railway Athletic, Nelson v Freiston, Rippingale & Folkingham v Old Doningtonians, AFC Tetford v Swineshead Institute A, Pointon A v FC Kirton, ...

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