Kuala Lumpur: Thailand's top tier has produced many of the finest club teams from Southeast Asia for decades and is undoubtedly among the strongest in the ASEAN region.
With Thai League 1 set to resume on September 12, the latest edition of our 'most popular' series shines the spotlight on some of the country's biggest clubs and asks you, the fans, to tell us your favourite.
Below we've selected five teams based on both domestic and Continental success over the years. Review the nominees and cast a vote for your favourite at the bottom of the article.
Kuala Lumpur: The 2019 AFC Champions League was replete with star strikers as frontmen from all over the globe displayed their attacking prowess and brought joy to spectators across the Continent.
Over the past three weeks, fans of Asian football have decided their top goalkeeper, the best defence and the playmakers in midfield, so now it's time to turn our attention to the all-important forward positions in order to find a front trio to complete the Best XI.
Using match data from the tournament, we've selected eight standout performers from the 2019 edition to present a star-studded cast. All you need to do is review the nominees and vote for your favourite in the poll below.
Kuala Lumpur: Excitement continues to build as the 2020 AFC Champions League gets set to resume on September 14 but, before which, it's time to decide which was the best goal from the competition from the past decade.
Over the last two weeks, Asia’s football fans have come together to celebrate the best AFC Champions League goals from the last 10 years.
Hundreds of thousands of football lovers voted them in, now, which goal will emerge from the final as the tournament's best of the decade? From an initial list of 20 semi-finalists, 10 special goals remain, and the choice is in your hands.
Kuala Lumpur: Players have come from far and wide to take part in the AFC Champions League, with FIFA World Cup winners from Brazil, France and Spain, as well as numerous household names, featuring in Asia's premier club competition.
Having highlighted many of the standout Asian performers over the past few months, this week the-AFC.com has picked out eight international stars who have helped light up the tournament since arriving at clubs across the Continent.
With candidates from South America, Europe and Africa, there is considerable talent in our selection. So, review the list and vote for your favourite at the bottom of the article.
Bracket Challenge - Quarter-finals: Abbas Chahrour (LBN) vs Ali Daei (IRN)
Kuala Lumpur: Lebanon's Abbas Chahrour will face India's Sunil Chhetri in the semi-finals of the AFC Asian Cup Greatest Goals Bracket Challenge after defeating Islamic Republic of Iran's Ali Daei in the quarter-finals.
Chahrour has the honour of having scored Lebanon's first AFC Asian Cup Finals goal, against Iraq in the 2000 edition at the Sports CIty Stadium in Beirut.
Bracket Challenge - Quarter-finals: Widodo Putra (IDN) vs Yousef Al Rawashdeh (JOR)
Kuala Lumpur: Widodo Putra has advanced to the semi-finals of the AFC Asian Cup Greatest Goals Bracket Challenge, with his spectacular effort in the 1996 AFC Asian Cup
against Kuwait taking the Indonesian through.
Widodo overcame a tough initial challenge from Jordan's Yousef Al Rawashdeh, with the Indonesian pulling clear in the final hours of voting.