Vote for your best AFC Champions League 2020 (West) Team: Goalkeeper
Kuala Lumpur: As we await the resumption of the 2020 AFC Champions League (East), the-AFC.com turns to the recently concluded West Asia stage to determine the top 11 players.
To select the candidates for each position, we have reflected on match data from the tournament to draw up a statistics-based approach to present the outstanding performers.
We kick things off with five standout goalkeepers for the all-important number one jersey. Review the nominees and then choose who you think should take the position as the last line of defence in this all-star XI in the poll below.
Bracket Challenge – RO32: Baha Faisal (Al Wehdat) v Rezaldi Hehanusa (Persija Jakarta)
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Cup Bracket Challenge moves into its second week as the-AFC.com serves up another pair of excellent goals from the Continental competition.
With all the goals coming from the past decade, we showcase some of the standout moments from the AFC Cup and leave it up to you, the fans, to decide which one will reign supreme as the tournament's finest.
Central Asia Wrap: Cup glory for Ravshan, Shaheen Asmayee win title number five
Bishkek: With silverware lifted in three countries over the weekend, and another trophy up for grabs this coming Thursday, it’s the business end of the Central Asian football season.
In one of the year’s busiest weeks, Ravshan Kulob pull off a superb Tajikistan Cup win, major honours decided in Afghanistan, Kyrgyz Republic’s men’s and women’s cups reach their dénouement, plus all the latest from Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
Join the-AFC.com for all the key news and results from Kulob to Kabul.
Host City Selection Process for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 to begin with virtual workshops
Sydney: A significant milestone on the road to the first-ever 32-nation FIFA Women’s World Cup will be realised on Tuesday when the first virtual workshops with the 12 candidate Host Cities are conducted by FIFA.
From Tuesday through to November 4, FIFA will hold virtual workshops with representatives from candidate Host Cities Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Newcastle, Adelaide, Melbourne, Launceston, Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Wellington.
The virtual workshops will provide a forum for the candidate Host Cities and Stadiums to learn more about the venue selection process from FIFA and the host member associations – Football Federation Australia (FFA) and New Zealand Football (NZF).
Each candidate Host City will also have the opportunity to present an update on their plans, which will be followed by an interactive Q&A session where operational aspects will be discussed.