Jordan’s football clubs have discovered who they will be playing in this season’s Asian competitions following the draws made by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
Wehdat will become for first Jordanian team to compete in the prestigious AFC Champions League where they have been drawn in Group D alongside Al Sadd, from Qatar, Al Nasser, from Saudi Arabia, and the winner between Al Ain from the UAE and Folaz from Iran.
The Champions League consists of the 40 best Asian teams (up from 32 last season) divided into 10 groups, where only the leaders will qualify to the second round along with the six best-placed runners-up (three from the East and three from the West regions). The West Zone matches will be held from April 14-30 in one country.
Meanwhile, Faisali, who have won the AFC Cup competition twice, will compete in Group C alongside Tishreen from Syria, Seb from Oman and Kuwait’s Kuwaiti.
Salt will compete in Group B with Muharaq from Bahrain, Lebanon’s Anssar and Am’ari from Palestine.
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