Asian Football Confederation president Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa will face two challengers when he seeks a fresh term at an elect...
Leo Silva's opener and Serginho's eye-catching strike put Kashima Antlers firmly on top in the Asian Champions League final as they beat Persepolis 2-0 in the home leg on Saturday.
Asia's football body has signed a major commercial rights deal with sports marketing agency DDMC Fortis aimed at securing the financial future of the game in the region for the coming years.
FIFA council members are set to vote on whether a revamped version of the Club World Cup would be held annually or every four years.
Siamak Nemati scored the decisive goal against Al Sadd to send Persepolis into the final of the AFC Champions League.
Kashima Antlers came from 2-0 down to secure a 3-2 victory over Suwon Bluewings and seize the advantage in the AFC Champions League semis.
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