Kuala Lumpur: The first hurdle in the quest to reach the FIFA World Cup 2026 and AFC Asian Cup Saudi Arabia 2027™ was overcome on Tuesday with the conclusion of the Preliminary Joint Qualification Round 1.
Ten teams advance to Round 2, where they will join 26 other sides so stay updated on all the action with the-AFC.com.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2023™ is less than three months away with the cast of 24 teams cranking up their preparations.
As we eagerly await the opening match between Qatar and Lebanon on January 12, 2024, we invite you - the fans - to test your AFC Asian Cup knowledge, beginning with the early years of the continental showpiece.
Kuala Lumpur: They are Asian football’s great managers, motivators and masterminds.
More importantly, they are head coaches who steered their teams to AFC Asian Cup™ glory as head coaches.
As the countdown continues to the 18th edition of the tournament in Qatar, join us as we examine the successes of 10 of Asia’s all-time coaching greats, and help us to celebrate their respective AFC Asian Cup successes by voting your favourite.
Europe Wrap: Kerr gets off the mark; Momiki keeps streak going
Kuala Lumpur: Matildas captain Sam Kerr opened her account for the 2023/24 season as Women’s Super League holders Chelsea overcame West Ham United 2-0 on Saturday while her compatriot Mary Fowler also grabbed the headlines in England with two assists for title challengers Manchester City.
Yuka Momiki netted for the fifth match in a row while her Japanese compatriot Saori Takarada was also on the scoresheet in Linkoping's 6-2 defeat of Vaxjo DFF on Sunday as the Damallsvenskan title race heads towards an exciting conclusion in Sweden.
Korea Republic’s Park Ye-eun opened her account in Scotland following her move from English side Brighton & Hove Albion with a goal in Hearts’ thrilling 4-3 win against Spartans, so join the-AFC.com as we find out how the Asian stars performed in Europe over the past week.