Beijing: The Chinese women’s national team will convene for a month-long training camp, focused firmly on sealing the final Asian ticket to the Tokyo Olympics football tournament.
A 26-strong squad will gather at the Xianghe National Football Training Base from November 3 to December 3 – more than nine months after their last international match – ahead of their final qualifying play-off against Korea Republic, which will be played early next year.
ASEAN Wrap: Boeung Ket FC crowned Cambodian champions, Cup glory for Timor-Leste's Lalenok
Kuala Lumpur: Boeung Ket FC have claimed Cambodia's C-League title in dramatic fashion after scoring deep into stoppage time on the final day of the season to secure the point they needed to stay ahead of second-placed Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng FC.
In Thailand, BG Pathum United are six points in front after recording their eighth win in 10 games, Viettel remain top in Vietnam although the form of defending champions Hanoi FC looks ominous, while there was cup joy for Lalenok United in Timor-Leste.
There was also league action in Singapore, so join the-AFC.com as we review the latest round of fixtures in Southeast Asia, and don't forget to vote for your performance of the week at the bottom of the article.
Hong Kong: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors edged out championship contenders Ulsan Hyundai and are on the verge of being crowned Korea Republic champions once again after a 1-0 win at Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium.
There were also fixtures in Japan, China PR, Macau and Chinese Taipei so join the-AFC.com as we wrap up the best of the domestic action from across East Asia.
Tell us who impressed you the most in the latest round of fixtures by casting your vote at the bottom of the article.
Shoja' Khalilzadeh signs two-year contract with Al Rayyan
Doha: Qatar's Al Rayyan have confirmed the signing of Islamic Republic of Iran centre-back Shoja' Khalilzadeh on a two-year contract.
Khalilzadeh joins Al Rayyan from Iran champions Persepolis, who he joined in 2017 and assisted in the Tehran-based club winning three successive Iran Pro League titles as well as back-to-back Iran Super Cups.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Cup has seen numerous fabulous goals over the years and the the-AFC.com continues its quest to see which one football fans across Asia believe to be the best from the past decade.
Two new countries enter the AFC Cup Bracket Challenge in our latest edition as we feature wonderful strikes from Bangladeshi and Singaporean clubs.
Vote for your best AFC Champions League 2020 (West) Team: Defenders
Kuala Lumpur: The return of the 2020 AFC Champions League (East) is now just weeks away but before this season's Continental campaign resumes, the-AFC.com continues its quest to find out who the fans consider the Best XI from the West Asia stage.
Last week we presented the candidates for the 2020 edition's best goalkeeper, and now we shine the spotlight on the players who will make up the backline.
So, here are the 14 players in contention for the four places in defence. Review the nominees and then choose your favourite defenders for this all-star XI in the respective polls.