How is the number of teams in the AFC Champions League determined?



How is the number of teams in the AFC Champions League determined?

The number of teams that each association enters into the AFC Champions League is determined annually through criteria as set by the AFC Competitions Committee. The criteria, which is a modified version of the UEFA coefficient, measures such thing as marketability and stadia to determine the specific number of berths that an association receives.

Who won the 1991 Asian Club Championship in football?

The 1991 Asian Club Championship was the 11th edition of the annual Asian club football competition hosted by Asian Football Confederation. Al-Hilal from Saudi Arabia won the final and became the first Asian Championship winner from Saudi Arabia .

Who won the first AFC Champions League in 2004?

The first winners under the AFC Champions League name were Al-Ain, defeating BEC Tero 2–1 on aggregate. In 2004, 29 clubs from fourteen countries participated and the tournament schedule was changed to March–November.

Who won the Champions League in 1991/92?

1991/92 Season WinnersBarcelona Koeman ends Barcelona’s wait Overview Matches Groups Stats Clubs UEFA Champions League 1991/92 notitle 02:48 Live Editor’s pick 1992 final highlights