Dhaka: Bangladesh are set to begin training on August 7 ahead of the Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023.
The camp will focus primarily on individual training that will last for two weeks, ahead of head coach Jamie Day returning from London.
Bangladesh Football Federation Vice President Tabith Awal said a 30-player preliminary squad will be called up for the training camp, with all officials and players required to undergo tests for COVID-19 before reporting.
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia are set to play Bahrain in a friendly ahead of resuming their Asian Qualifiers campaign for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023.
The friendly has been scheduled for October 2, six days before Tan Cheng Hoe's side face United Arab Emirates in their Group G tie.
Malaysia are second in the standings on nine points, two behind Vietnam, who they are scheduled to play on October 13, before ending their Asian Qualifiers second round campaign against Thailand on November 17.
Match schedule confirmed: Hosts Qatar to kick off 2022 tournament at Al Bayt Stadium
Zurich: The iconic image of FIFA World Cup champions France lifting the trophy at Luzhniki Stadium is still fresh in the memory of every football fan. Exactly two years after that historic occasion on 15 July 2018, the unveiling of the match schedule for the next edition invites the football world to dream of a new beginning – one that, now, has a precise time and place to start.
Al Bayt Stadium, a 60,000-capacity arena that takes its name and shape from the traditional tents used by nomadic peoples in the Gulf region, will be the stage for hosts Qatar to kick off the tournament on Monday 21 November 2022 at 13:00 local time (UTC +3).
The local kick-off times for group matches have been set for 13:00, 16:00, 19:00 and 22:00, with the simultaneous kick-offs for the last round of group games and knockout-stage timings being 18:00 and 22:00.
Khalifa International Stadium will be the setting for the playoff for third place on December 17. The final will kick off one day later at 18:00 at Lusail Stadium in front of an 80,000 crowd.
Dubai: The United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAE FA) has included Argentinean-born striker Sebastian Tagliabue in the training squad for upcoming international assignments.
The 35-year-old Tagliabue, who has been playing in UAE since 2012, was recently granted citizenship and head coach Jorge Luis Pinto will be glad to use the services of the Al Nasr forward in the Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023.
Kuala Lumpur: They are the goals that made entire nations roar. The goals that turned dreams into reality. The goals we’ll never forget.
Over the last two weeks, Asia’s football fans have come together to celebrate the continent’s outstanding FIFA World Cup goals
Tens of thousands of football lovers voted them in, now, which goal will emerge from the Final as Asia’s greatest? From an initial list of 20 semi-finalists, 10 special goals remain, and the choice is in your hands.
As we marvel at some of Asia’s all-time greats, and their unforgettable moments on the biggest stage of all, make sure to cast your vote.