Goa: With the start of the 2020-21 Indian Super League (ISL) in Goa now just a few weeks away, the-AFC.com continues its series of looking at Asia's biggest football clubs as we turn our attention to the Continent's second most populous country: India.
Football in the South Asian nation has been part of the sporting calendar for well over a century, with the country being home to several of Asia's most historic clubs. In recent years, the emergence of the ISL has led to a number of sides from all across India springing into existence as football has moved into an exciting new era.
Taking into account history, fanbase and recent success, the-AFC.com has selected five teams as India's most popular clubs and asks you, the fans, to vote for your favouritie.
Bracket Challenge – RO16: Safawi Rasid (JDT) v Oday Al Jafal (Al Shorta)
Kuala Lumpur: Another day, another couple of fantastic goals from the past 10 years of the AFC Cup as the Bracket Challenge moves deeper into the Round of 16.
Up next, the-AFC.com features a Safawi Rasid thunderbolt from Malaysia's Johor Darul Ta'zim in the 2018 edition and he faces off against an emphatic finish from Syrian side Al Shorta's Oday Al Jafal in 2012.
Bracket Challenge – RO16: Safee Sali (JDT) vs Mohammad Al Wakid (Al Jaish)
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Cup Bracket Challenge Round of 16 moves into its second day and we've got another pair of outstanding goals for you to enjoy.
Up next is Malaysian Safee Sali's stunning overhead kick for Johor Darul Ta'zim which goes up against an outrageous effort from Syrian Mohammad Al Wakid as he scored from inside his own half for Al Jaish.
Bracket Challenge – RO16: Chan Siu Ki (South China AA) v Mohamad Haidar (Safa SC)
Kuala Lumpur: After a hotly contested Round of 32 in the AFC Cup Bracket Challenge, 16 players from 14 clubs across Asia return for the next stage as the-AFC.com asks fans to vote for their favourite goal from the past decade.
East Asia faces West Asia in the first of our Round of 16 match-ups as South China AA's former Hong Kong international Chan Siu Ki goes up against Lebanese star Mohamad Haidar from Safa SC.
Vote for your best AFC Champions League 2020 (West) Team: Midfielders
Kuala Lumpur: As football lovers across Asia look forward to the resumption of the 2020 AFC Champions League (East), the-AFC.com continues its quest to find out who the fans consider the Best XI from the West Asia stage.
Over the past two weeks we have seen the goalkeeper and the back four in front of him decided, so now it's time to turn our attention to the midfield and find out who you consider the top trio.
So, here are the 10 players in contention for three places in the centre of the park. Review the candidates and then select your favourite for this all-star XI in the poll below.