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AFC Asian Champions League

AFC Asian Champions League

* AFC Asian Champions League is currently suspended due to Coronavirus pandemic.

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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
M. PlatjeBali United 2 0
Mahdi Abd Al JabarAl Riffa 1 0
Fahad Al HajeriAl Kuwait 1 0
Anas Al JabaratAl Faisaly 1 0
D. DjawaShan United 1 0
B. KopitovićTampines Rovers 1 0
S. LilipalyBali United 1 0
BienveCeres 1 0
Yousef Al SalmanAl Kuwait 1 0
J. PorteriaCeres 1 0
M. RachmatBali United 1 0
S. SaimimaBali United 1 0
J. WebbTampines Rovers 1 0
Zin Min TunShan United 1 0

 

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About AFC Asian Champions League

The AFC Champions League is the most prestigious club tournament in that region of the world. The tournament is played in a similar format as the one used in the UEFA Champions League, with 32 teams taking part in the Group Stage after a preliminary round that eliminates over 19 Asian teams.

The idea of how to allocate spots for this tournament was also “copied” from UEFA’s coefficient ranking, which grants teams with a higher coefficient more spots in the group stage of the competition. Teams are divided in two regions, Eastern and Western Asia, to allocate 52 spots. That number will be narrowed down to 32 to begin the group stage. The tournament takes place from February to November, and the winner also earns a spot in the FIFA Club World Cup set to be played by the end of the year. Only teams from 11 different nations have been able to win the title, with South Korean sides being the most successful at the moment, with eleven titles.

The 2019 AFC Champions League started on February 5 and came to an end on November 24, 2019. Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal was crowned for the third time in history by beating Urawa Red Diamonds with a 3-0 aggregate. French striker Bafetimbi Gomis was crowned as the tournament’s top scorer and best player after being crucial to Al-Hilal’s title.

The 2020 edition of the AFC Champions League will be the last one to be played by 32 teams since the Asian confederation decided to expand the tournament to 40 clubs.

AFC Champions League – Key dates

- Preliminary rounds – January 14 to January 28, 2020.
- Group stage: February 10 to May 6, 2020.
- Round of 16: May 18 to June 17, 2020.
- Quarterfinals: August 24 to September 16, 2020.
- Semi-finals: September 29 to October 21, 2020.
- Final match: November 22 (first leg); November 28, 2020 (return leg).

Did you know? Al-Hilal(Saudi Arabia) and Pohang Steelers (South Korea) are the most successful sides in this tournament, with three titles to their name. The Saudi club has won the tournament in 1991, 2000, and 2019, while the South Korean side won it back in 1997, 1998, and 2009.

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