17 Mar AFC announces confirmed centralized venues for Asian Qualifiers
[March 14, 2020 – Harmon, Guam] The Matao, Guam National Team, will play its final three Round 2 matches of Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ and AFC Asian Cup China 2023™ in June in China, PR, following a recent announcement by the Asian Football Confederation.
The AFC Web site stated, “China PR will host Group A which comprises leaders Syria, Philippines, Maldives and Guam with Kuwait confirmed as the host for Group B which includes Australia, Jordan, Nepal and Chinese Taipei.
Bahrain will stage the matches in Group C which features table-toppers Iraq, Islamic Republic of Iran, Hong Kong and Cambodia, while Saudi Arabia have been selected to hold the matches in Group D, which include the likes of Uzbekistan, Singapore, Yemen and Palestine.
Meanwhile, FIFA World Cup 2022 host Qatar, will welcome Group E opponents Oman, Afghanistan, India and Bangladesh with Japan set to provide the stage for the matches in Group F comprising Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Myanmar and Mongolia.
The United Arab Emirates have been selected as the host for Group G, which consists of ASEAN challengers Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia while Korea Republic will stage the matches for Group H, which include leaders Turkmenistan, Lebanon, DPR Korea and Sri Lanka.”
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