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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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FA Cup fever heads to The Soccer AM Stadium as Basingstoke Town host AFC ...
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 ...
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 ...
Activists expand labour and human rights campaign beyond Qatar to include all ...
Huffington Post
The activists hope that Qatar may move quicker on promised reforms given that the integrity of the Gulf state's successful 2022 World Cup bid has again been called into question as a result of world soccer body FIFA's four-year long corruption scandal ...
Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
ABC Online
Yes, now this is the soccer game that used to be the fan favourite - but that was over ten years ago, on the PS2. Ever since then the series has struggled to win back its fans from FIFA. With this release, there's a concerted effort to recapture that ...
Kewell, Hong, Daei among AFC's first Hall of Fame inductees
Hong, frequently labelled Asia's best defender, captained the Koreans to a fourth place finish at their home World Cup in 2002, one of four finals in which he played at, as he racked up 136 caps. He had a less enjoyable experience at the World Cup ...
ABC to broadcast Socceroos' Asian Cup matches, and could bid for A-League
Sydney Morning Herald
The ABC could be on the verge of becoming a serious player in the Australian football broadcasting landscape after securing a deal to screen all of Australia's matches at January's Asian Cup live on free-to-air television – plus November's glamour ...
Okudera, Sawa inducted into AFC Hall of Fame
The Japan Times
SINGAPORE – Homare Sawa, who served as Nadeshiko Japan captain when it won the 2011 Women's World Cup, and Yasuhiko Okudera, who became the first Japanese to play pro soccer in Europe, were among the first 10 players to be inducted into the ...
Former Chinese Footballer Sun Wen Listed in AFC Hall of Fame
Women of China
Apart from captaining the Chinese national team, she also skippered Atlanta Beat, a team in the Women's United Soccer Association. In addition, she famously helped China win the AFC Women's Asian Cup in 1991, 1993, 1995 and 1997. The initial Hall of ...
Soccer-Super stopper Park helps Seongnam win Korean FA Cup
Yahoo News UK
SEOUL, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Relegation-threatened Seongnam FC booked a place in next season's AFC Champions League after goalkeeper Park Jun-hyuk saved two penalties in a 4-2 shootout win over favourites FC Seoul in the South Korean FA Cup final ...
Australia will lift at Asian Cup, says Emerton
Reuters UK
"I think the testing period is now over and Ange will be judged on the results in the Asian Cup." Australia left the Oceania region to become a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) in January 2006 in search of tougher competition and a ...

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