Iran’s Persepolis next fixture at the 2020 AFC Champions League against the Saudi Arabian side Al Taawoun was postponed due to concerns over the new coronavirus outbreak.
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has decided to postpone the matches of Iranian teams in the third week of the 2020 AFC Champions League (ACL).
Al Taawon of Saudi Arabia has picked Al Kuwait Sports Club Stadium up for hosting Iran’s Persepolis in the 2020 AFC Champions League group stage.
Iranian referee Bijan Heydari has been chosen to officiate at the 2020 AFC Cup in March.
In the latest ranking of Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Iran football has climbed up to one place in Asian football clubs’ ranking in 2020, above from South Korea, and stood at fifth place.
Shahr Khodro and Esteghlal from Iran will play Qatari teams in the 2020 AFC Champions League one-legged Play-off Round on Tuesday.
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) released a statement on Thursday, announcing that Iranian clubs Esteghlal and Shahr Khodro have agreed to meet their opponents at the AFC Champions League Preliminary Stage 2 in the UAE.
Managing directors of four Iranian football clubs present in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League will travel to Malaysia on Tuesday night to conduct negotiations with senior officials of the AFC.
In an official response letter to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) on Monday, four Iranian clubs said they will participate at this year’s AFC Champions League only if they’re guaranteed to play their home fixtures in Iran.
Araqchi: recent decision by AFC to ban Iran teams from hosting their AFC Champions League matches at home is politically motivated.