Bangkok: Captain Pornmongkol Srisubseang is optimistic Port FC can make the semi-finals of the AFC Futsal Club Championship Thailand 2019.
Port FC are making a comeback to the Continental club competition after a nine-year absence. The hosts will be making their second appearance in the AFC Futsal Club Championship after finishing fourth in the 2010 edition.
Bangkok: With just two days to go before the 2019 AFC Futsal Club Championship kicks off in Bangkok, the-AFC.com concludes its previews with a look at the four teams in Group D.
Reigning champions Mes Sungun Varzeqan are primed to defend their title in Bangkok but will have to navigate past three-time champions Nagoya Oceans of Japan, United Arab Emirates' Al Dhafra Sports & Cultural Club and debutants Kazma SC of Kuwait in Group D.
Bangkok: With the AFC Futsal Club Championship Bangkok 2019 just three days away. the-AFC.com previews the four teams in Group C.
Lebanon's Bank of Beirut, bronze medallists in 2018, will be ready when they begin their Group C campaign alongside Vamos FC of Indonesia, newcomers Soro Company of Tajikistan and Myanmar's Victoria University College.
Preview: Port Futsal, Shenzhen lead Group A charge
Bangkok: 16 teams will fight for Continental supremacy in the 10th edition of the AFC Futsal Club Championship at the Bangkok Arena on August 7-17.
It promises to be a thrilling competition and the-AFC.com previews the Group A challenge which will feature home team Port Futsal, who will be making a comeback to the tournament, debutants Star FS Seoul, Shenzhen Nanling Tielang and FC EREM.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Futsal Club Championship will celebrate its 10th year as excitement builds towards the 2019 edition in Bangkok where 16 teams will fight for Continental supremacy.
With less than a week to go before the tournament begins at the Bangkok Arena on August 7, the-AFC.com takes a trip down memory lane as we look at the winners of the previous nine editions of the AFC Futsal Club Championship.