Kuala Lumpur: AFC has expressed concerns over the match-fixing issue which came to light in Vietnam.
AFC adopts a zero tolerance policy towards match-fixing and the confederation will provide its full support to the Vietnam Football Federation in its investigation.
AFC will wait for the report of the investigation which is being carried out by the VFF and the authorities in Vietnam before deciding its next course of action.
The AFC Cup regulations have clear provisions (Article 29 c) of the AFC Cup 2014 Competition regulations) to deal with the matters of a team’s withdrawal midway through the competition.
AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 hosts Australia will face off against two-time continental champions Korea Republic after the draw for next year’s finals was made at the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday evening.
Seiko Holdings Corporation has signed a three-year sponsorship deal to support the Asian Football Confederation as the Japanese company becomes the latest commercial backer of the continental body’s club programme.
FIFA confirmed the worldwide extension of sanctions imposed on the Lebanese match officials by AFC in connection with match manipulation or alleged integrity offences.
Shandong Lingong Construction Machinery Co., Ltd (SDLG) signed a three-year sponsorship deal to support the Asian Football Confederation on Friday as the Chinese company becomes the latest commercial backer of the continental body’s club programme.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Disciplinary Committee has imposed severe punishment on Lebanese match official– Ali Sabbagh, Ali Eid and Abdullah Taleb – for several violations of the AFC Disciplinary Code and the AFC Code of Ethics.