AFC Champions League

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The AFC Champions League is a football competition between the best club teams in Asia. The teams are selected because of good performances in matches. South Korea is the country that has the most titles for a team. Pohang Steelers got the most titles.

1967-2002 Titles[change | edit source]

Asian Champion Club Tournament (1967-1972)[change | edit source]

Year Winner Score Runners-up
1967 Hapoel Tel Aviv
Israel
2–1 Selangor FA
Malaysia
1969 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Israel
1–0 Yangzee FC
South Korea
1970 Taj
Iran
2–1 Hapoel Tel Aviv
Israel
1971 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Israel
2–0 Al-Shorta
Iraq


Asian Club Championship (1985-2002)[change | edit source]

Year Winner Score Runners-up
1986 Daewoo Royals
South Korea
3–1 Al-Ahli
Saudi Arabia
1987 Furukawa Electric
Japan
4–3 Al-Hilal
Saudi Arabia
1988 Yomiuri FC
Japan
w/o2 Al-Hilal
Saudi Arabia
1989 Al-Sadd
Qatar
3 – 3
(aggregate, away goals win)
Al-Rasheed
Iraq
1990 Liaoning FC
People's Republic of China
3 – 2
(aggregate)
Nissan FC
Japan
1991 Esteghlal
Iran
2 – 1 Liaoning FC
People's Republic of China
1992 Al-Hilal
Saudi Arabia
1 – 1
(4-3 PSO)
Esteghlal
Iran


1993 PAS Tehran
Iran
1 – 0 Al-Shabab
Saudi Arabia
1994 Thai Farmers Bank
Thailand
2 – 1 Oman Club
Oman
1995 Thai Farmers Bank
Thailand
1 – 0 Al-Arabi
Qatar
1996 Ilhwa Chunma
South Korea
1 – 0 Al-Nasr
Saudi Arabia
1997 Pohang Steelers
South Korea
2 – 1 Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
South Korea
1998 Pohang Steelers
South Korea
0 – 0
(6-5 PSO)
Dalian Wanda
People's Republic of China
1999 Júbilo Iwata
Japan
2 – 1 Esteghlal
Iran
2000 Al-Hilal
Saudi Arabia
3 – 2 Júbilo Iwata
Japan
2001 Suwon Samsung Bluewings
South Korea
1 – 0 Júbilo Iwata
Japan
2002 Suwon Samsung Bluewings
South Korea
0 – 0
(4-2 PSO)
Anyang LG Cheetahs
South Korea