Match Schedule, kick-off times confirmed for Australia & New Zealand 2023
Zurich: The much-anticipated match schedule, for the 32-team, ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand is now complete.
Following Saturday’s stunning Draw show in Auckland, kick-off times have now been added to the previously announced Match Schedule with the tournament opener seeing co-hosts New Zealand welcome Norway to Eden Park on Thursday 20 July in a 7pm (NZST) kick-off.
Asia's best learn Australia & New Zealand 2023 opponents
Auckland: The road to FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 glory for Asia's representatives was decided following the conclusion of the draw in Auckland on Saturday.
Co-hosts Australia, China PR, Japan, Korea Republic, Philippines and Vietnam - with Chinese Taipei and Thailand possibly joining them in the Finals - will have to navigate a tough group stage of the first FIFA Women's World Cup to be held in the Southern Hemisphere if they are to challenge for the title.
Tashkent: The AFC U20 Asian Cup Uzbekistan 2023™ official draw ceremony is poised to reveal thrilling encounters as Asia’s top 16 teams have their names drawn from four pots at 12pm (local time) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on Wednesday.
Following a four-year absence due to the pandemic and after a captivating qualifying campaign, the Continent’s emerging stars will learn their fate at the showpiece which returns from March 1 to 18, 2023.
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) match officials continue to shine on the world stage with 19 match officials selected for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, an additional three from the last edition.
A well-respected international match official, Alireza Faghani has taken charge of a number of high-profile matches in Asia and beyond and is widely regarded as amongst the best in the world of refereeing.
In this exclusive interview with the-AFC.com, Faghani shares his insights on being selected for the FIFA World Cup for the third time and talks about his preparations leading up to the showpiece.
This is just the beginning, says Al Seeb’s Rasheed Jabar
Kuala Lumpur: Al Seeb Club opened a new chapter in Omani football history after becoming the first club from the West Asian country to lift the AFC Cup™ trophy, and head coach Rasheed Jabar is confident Saturday’s triumph heralds the start of more success for the club.
Three players found the back of the net to secure Al Seeb a 3-0 win over Kuala Lumpur City FC in the final at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil, a result which the Omani side richly deserved.
Hodak: Lack of cutting edge cost Kuala Lumpur City
Kuala Lumpur: There was no fairy tale ending for Kuala Lumpur City FC following their 3-0 defeat to Al Seeb Club of Oman in the AFC Cup™ 2022 Final at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil on Saturday.
The visitors led from start to finish with Ali Al Busaidi and Abdulaziz Al Muqbali providing a two-goal cushion going into the break before Muhsen Al Ghassani scored the third as Al Seeb became the first side from Oman to win the AFC Cup.