What is the abbreviation for AFC Champions League?
AFC Champions League. The AFC Champions League, commonly known as the Asian Champions League, is an annual continental club football competition organised by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). Introduced in 2002, the competition is a continuation of the Asian Club Championship which had started in 1967.
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 is the license holder for the AFC Champions League?
The current license holder for the AFC Champions League video game is Konami with the Pro Evolution Soccer series.  The license also includes the competing teams. 1 In 1974 the Israel FA was expelled from the AFC due to political pressure, and became a full UEFA member in 1994.
When does the AFC Champions League go back to being inter-year?
 On 25 February 2022, it was announced that the AFC Champions League will go back to an inter-year (autumn to spring) schedule starting with the 2023–24 season. This will be the first time Asia’s premier club competition will be played in between years since 2002–03.