The Asian Football Confederation has revealed which ones club have obtained the Asian license and are therefore entitled to participate in the 2022 AFC Champions League.
This list includes i club who have met the conditions and criteria required by the Asian license.
There are 23 Arab teams on the list, including 7 club Saudis, which are Al Hilal, Al Shabab, Al Taawun, Al Ettifaq, Al Fateh, Al Faisaly and Damak.
The rest of the Arab teams came as follows:
From Syria, the Army team, come on club Emirates 6, Bani Yas, Shabab Al-Ahly, Sharjah, Al-Ain, Al-Wehda and Khor Fakkan, from Qatar 5 club, Al-Sadd, Al-Duhail, Al-Rayyan, Al-Gharafa and Al-Ahly, and from Jordan the Wehdat team, and from Iraq 3 club, Air Force, Al-Zawraa and Police.
Lebanon lost the opportunity to participate in the tournament, in as he did not submit the required documents, as Al-Ansar would have participated as a representative of the tournament with half a seat.
Interestingly, the current edition of the AFC Champions League ended yesterday, Tuesday, with the final match between South Korea’s Al Hilal and Pohang.
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