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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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AFC Asian Cup Quarter-Finals preview and predictions
World Soccer Talk
The group stage of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup is over and there wasn't a single draw at all. There have been 24 definitive results in 24 matches, which is quite remarkable. The knockouts have a lot to live up to and there are some tasty fixtures to look ...
United Arab Emirates believe they can upset Socceroos in Asian Cup semi-final
Sydney Morning Herald
While the UAE haven't made a dent in Asian football since hosting the Asian Cup in 1996, where they lost the final to Saudi Arabia, this squad – led by the superstar duo of Omar Abdulrahman and the free-scoring Ali Mabkhout – is very much their golden ...
Iran in Asian Cup protest over 'ineligible' Iraq player
Sydney Morning Herald
Asian Cup organisers scrambled on Sunday to deal with a sensational protest from Iran claiming that Iraq fielded an ineligible player during their stormy quarter-final defeat. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) disciplinary committee was ...
Five Reasons To Watch The 2015 AFC Asian Cup
Paste Magazine
The 2015 AFC Asian Cup kicks off tomorrow morning in Australia. The 16-nation field is an intriguing mix of 2014 World Cup representatives, emerging soccer powers, and relative unknowns. Here's why you should be watching: 1. Australia's Chance To Shine.
2015 AFC Asian Cup Weekend Wrap-Up: Australia Feeling the Pressure
World Soccer Talk
South Korea, on the other hand, scraped to two 1-0 victories and barely looked impressive in either of their Asian Cup outings. Soccer, being the game that it is, saw fit to throw the form book out of the window and delivered perhaps the most ...
Five reasons to watch the 2015 AFC Asian Cup in Australia
ESPNFC - Football News and Scores (blog)
In December 2009, the soccer-baiting Herald Sun newspaper published a photograph of Aussie Rules legend Ron Barassi crushing a soccer ball, insisting that any World Cup bid and the use of the hallowed Melbourne Cricket Ground must never ...
China toasts rare soccer qualification in the Asian Cup quarterfinals
Two straight victories ensured China's national soccer team a quarterfinal spot at the Asian Cup on Wednesday. It's the first time since 2004 that the country reached the tournament knockout stage, creating quite a bit of excitement on Chinese media.
Reviewing Games From AFC Asian Cup Group C
World Soccer Talk
Once again, the AFC Asian Cup witnessed definitive results in both matches. That makes it 22 .... The United Arab Emirates can go into their quarterfinal match with confidence as they have been playing some of the best soccer in the Asian Cup. Iran ...
Socceroos Asian Cup semi-final won't be moved to Sydney despite Hunter ...
Sydney Morning Herald
In accordance with FIFA World Cup regulations, the AFC have so far prevented the local organising committee from selling tickets to the two non-seated hills behind the goals at Hunter Stadium, which reduces the capacity of the venue from 33,000 to ...
Iraq coach wants rival fans separated for Iran clash in Asian Cup
Sydney Morning Herald
Iraq coach Radhi Shenaishil has called on Asian Cup organisers to have rival fans seated in different parts of Canberra Stadium for Friday night's emotion-charged quarter-final with Iran. Another sold-out crowd of more than 18,000 is expected for the ...
AFCON 2015

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