ASEAN Domestic Wrap: Chiangrai seal historic first title
Kuala Lumpur: Chiangrai United have been crowned champions of Thailand for the first time after their win over Suphanburi coupled with Buriram United’s draw against Chiangmai FC saw them climb to the summit on the very last day of the season.
Elsewhere across ASEAN, Western Sydney Wanderers maintained their perfect start in Australia, while Bali United go from strength to strength in Indonesia. For that, and the rest of the action around Southeast Asia, here's the-AFC.com's weekly review.
Central Asia Domestic Wrap: Cup Final heroics in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyz Republic
Bishkek: FC Pakhtakor cruised past AGMK in Uzbekistan, while Neftchi Kochkor-Ata shocked FC Dordoi in Kyrgyz Republic as two of the region’s major domestic cup finals were held over the weekend.
Elsewhere, Payam Niazmand set a goalkeeping record as Sepahan went clear on top in Islamic Republic of Iran, while Mekan Ashyrov scored a hat-trick for Altyn Asyr, who moved closer to a sixth straight league title in Turkmenistan.
Join the-AFC.com for all the key results from Karaj to Kochkor-Ata and beyond.
West Asia Domestic Wrap: Al Hilal suffer first defeat
Riyadh: Saudi Arabia giants Al Hilal suffered their first defeat in the Saudi Pro League this season just days after securing their place in the 2019 AFC Champions League final for the second time in three years.
There was another setback in neighbouring UAE as defending champions Al Sharjah dropped their first points this season while Al Sadd recovered from their 2019 AFC Champions League semi-final exit in the Qatar Stars League. Join the-AFC.com as we reviews the domestic action in West Asia.
East Asia Domestic Wrap: Ulaanbaatar City crowned Mongolian champions
Kuala Lumpur: Ulaanbaatar City claimed their first Mongolian Premier League title at the weekend after edging out Erchim FC in a two-horse race that could barely have been any closer.
Elsewhere, Ulsan Hyundai opened up a three-point lead at the top of the K League, while Shanghai SIPG moved to within a point of Guangzhou Evergrande in the Chinese Super League following another weekend of exciting action across East Asia.
While there were no games in Japan or Hong Kong, the sides in Guam played their second set of fixtures. For a round-up of all the domestic action across East Asia, here’s the-AFC.com’s look back at the latest round of matches.
Kuala Lumpur: While the AFC Cup trophy spent a year outside West Asia after Malaysia's Johor Darul Ta'zim claimed the 2015 title, it was to be emphatically taken back by a side that would write their name into the history books.
The-AFC.com continues its look back on tournaments gone by with the three most recent editions prior to the 2019 campaign as Iraq's Air Force Club complete a stunning hat-trick, a new Zonal format is introduced and attendance records are shattered.