“Tomorrow (today, Wednesday) we will send a letter to the Asian Football Confederation to change the time of our clubs’ matches in the Asian Champions League during Ramadan, and instead of evening, night,” said Ibrahim al-Qasim, secretary general of the Saudi Football Federation. To be held.
He also stressed that teams in the Asian Champions League will not be required to receive the Corona vaccine.
The secretary general of the Saudi Football Federation reminded: “Some of the provisions of the corona regulations in the Asian Champions League have been amended, but the ban on these competitions for a team with less than 13 players still remains.”
According to the Mehr correspondent, the football teams of Al-Hilal, Al-Ahly and Al-Nasr are the three direct quotas of Saudi Arabia in the Asian Champions League, and Al-Wahda of Saudi Arabia must play the team of the Iraqi Air Force in the playoffs.
From Iran, the teams of Persepolis, Esteghlal and Traktor have three direct quotas, and Khuzestan Steel must meet Al-Ain of the UAE in the playoffs.
The West Asian play-offs will be held on April 6, and the group stage matches will begin on April 15. The competitions of each group are held centrally in one of the countries of the same group.