The contract for the clubs that qualified for the West Asian Champions League semi-finals in the AFC Champions League was completed after the conclusion of the group stage matches on Friday.
West Asia matches were held in 4 cities in an isolated environment; To prevent corona virus. Only the group leaders qualify for the final price, accompanied by the 6 best teams occupying second place, 3 from the East and 3 from the West.
The clubs of Sharjah of the United Arab Emirates, Al-Nasr Saudi Arabia, Iranian Persepolis, Istiqlal Dushanbe, Tajikistan’s champion, and Istiqlal Iran have all qualified at the top of the five groups from West Asia.
The clubs: Al-Wehda of the Emirates, Iranian Tractor Sazi and Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia have qualified, thanks to the victory of the top 3 teams, which ranked second in the West.
The AFC had postponed the group stage competitions in the East Asia region, where they will be held from June 21 to July 11, due to travel restrictions and quarantine measures resulting from the Corona pandemic.