Klinsmanho, January 15 Next Year Asian Cup Against Bahrain

Klinsmanho, January 15 next year Asian Cup against Bahrain in the first leg

The detailed schedule for the event has been confirmed… Jordan on January 20 and Malaysia on January 25.

Final Matches

The opening and final matches were held at Lusail Stadium, where Messi wrote a ‘myth’.

The detailed schedule for the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, in which Klins Manho is aiming for a “winner in 63 years,” has been confirmed.

Asian Cup

The AFC Asian Cup Organizing Committee announced

the detailed schedule of the tournament on the 21st, including the time of the group stage matches. 토토사이트

The soccer team led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann will play

the first group E match against Bahrain at Jasim Bin Hamad Stadium on January 15, 2018 at 8:30 pm Korean time.

Afterwards, on January 20th, at the same time, they will face Jordan at Altumama Stadium, on January 25th, they will face Malaysia at Aljanub Stadium, led by coach Kim Pan-gon.

The 2023 AFC Asian Cup was originally scheduled to be held in China in July,

but as the venue was changed to Qatar, the timing was also postponed to January or February 2024.

Twenty-four countries will participate in the tournament,

which will be held from January 12 to February 10 next year, and will be divided into six groups for a group stage.

The top 4 teams from among the 12 countries in first and second place in each group and the top 4 teams in third place in each group will advance

to the round of 16 to determine the winner through a tournament.

Group E

If you take first place in Group E, your opponent in the round of 16 will be the second place in Group D,

which is tied to Japan, Indonesia, Iraq and Vietnam.

Group F

In case of second place in Group F, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Kyrgyzstan, and Oman competed against the first place in Group F.

Korea, under Klinsman’s coaching system, will challenge for the first time in 63 years since 1960.

The opening game and final of this tournament will be held at Lusail Stadium,

where Lionel Messi (Inter Miami), the “god of soccer,” led Argentina to the 2022 Qatar World Cup victory.

This stadium was the venue for the final match between Argentina and France.

The match was tied 3-3 in the first and second half and overtime, but after a penalty shoot-out,

Argentina won the championship for the first time in 36 years.


Messi, who scored multiple goals, completed the ‘myth’ by holding the Golden Ball trophy given to the best player here.

Originally, the organizing committee planned to hold the opening and finals at the Albaite Stadium in Alcor, not the Lusail Stadium.

Albaite Stadium, which accommodates 68,000 people, was the venue for the opening game of the World Cup, the match between Qatar and Ecuador.

9 Stadiums

In addition, the Asian Cup will be held at 9 stadiums, including 6 venues where World Cup matches were held,

including Albait, Al-Janub, Altumama, Ahmad bin Ali,

Education City and Khalifa International Stadium, Jassim Bin Hamad and Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadiums used by Qatari professional soccer teams.

It goes on.

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