Asian Cup fixtures

AFC Asian Cup fixtures in Nepal Time: 2023/2024 Full Schedules

The competition, slated to commence on January 12.
January 12, 2024
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The action-packed AFC Asian Cup 2023/2024 is starting today in Qatar, With thrilling Fixtures in Lusail Stadium in Lusail. Dive into the thrilling matchups, and stay in the know about match dates, times, and venues as football fervor takes center stage in this prestigious tournament.

As the countdown to the AFC Asian Cup 2023 begins, football enthusiasts worldwide are gearing up for a thrilling tournament set to unfold in the vibrant football landscape of Qatar. The competition, slated to commence on January 12, promises a feast of footballing talent and fierce rivalries.

The curtain-raiser for the AFC Asian Cup will witness the reigning champions, Qatar, locking horns with Lebanon at the iconic Lusail Stadium in Lusail. The opening match is expected to set the tone for an exhilarating tournament, with fans hoping for an unforgettable spectacle.

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AFC Asian Cup Format and Groups: A Quick Overview

  • A total of 24 teams from across Asia are vying for glory in the tournament.
  • These 24 teams are strategically divided into six groups, each comprising four teams.
  • The group stage will witness each team engaging in three matchups, with the top two teams from each group advancing to the Round of 16.
  • To complete the field of 16, the best four teams among the six third-place finishers will join the fray.
  • The knockout stage will then unfold, with single-elimination matches determining the path to the highly coveted Final.

Legacy and Records: Japan’s Dominance in AFC Asian Cup

As the excitement builds for the 2023 edition, it’s worth acknowledging the historical prowess of Japan in the AFC Asian Cup. Japan stands as the most successful team in the competition’s rich history, having clinched the title four times. Their legacy in the tournament reflects a commitment to excellence and a footballing heritage that has left an indelible mark on the Asian football landscape.

Asian Cup fixtures in Nepal Time

Here’s a comprehensive look at the schedule, including match dates, teams, and kick-off times adjusted to Nepal Standard Time (NST):

DateMatchNepal Time Venue
January 12Qatar vs Lebanon9:45 pmLusail Stadium
January 13Australia vs India5:15 pmAhmad bin Ali Stadium
January 13China vs Tajikistan8:15 pmAbdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
January 13Uzbekistan vs Syria11:15 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 14Japan vs Vietnam5:15 pmAl Thumama Stadium
January 14UAE vs Hong Kong8:15 pmKhalifa International Stadium
January 14Iran vs Palestine11:15 pmEducation City Stadium
January 15South Korea vs Bahrain5:15 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 15Indonesia vs Iraq8:15 pmAhmad bin Ali Stadium
January 15Malaysia vs Jordan11:15 pmAl Janoub Stadium
January 16Thailand vs Kyrgyzstan8:15 pmAbdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
January 16Saudi Arabia vs Oman11:15 pmKhalifa International Stadium
January 17Lebanon vs China5:15 pmAl Thumama Stadium
January 17Tajikistan vs Qatar8:15 pmAl Bayt Stadium
January 18Syria vs Australia5:15 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 18India vs Uzbekistan8:15 pmAhmad bin Ali Stadium
January 18Palestine vs UAE11:15 pmAl Janoub Stadium
January 19Iraq vs Japan5:15 pmEducation City Stadium
January 19Vietnam vs Indonesia8:15 pmAbdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
January 19Hong Kong vs Iran11:15 pmKhalifa International Stadium
January 20Jordan vs South Korea5:15 pmAl Thumama Stadium
January 20Bahrain vs Malaysia8:15 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 21Oman vs Thailand8:15 pmAbdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
January 21Kyrgyzstan vs Saudi Arabia11:15 pmAhmad bin Ali Stadium
January 22Qatar vs China9:45 pmKhalifa International Stadium
January 22Tajikistan vs Lebanon9:45 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 23Australia vs Uzbekistan5:15 pmAhmad bin Ali Stadium
January 23Syria vs India5:15 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 23Hong Kong vs Palestine9:45 pmAbdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
January 23Iran vs UAE9:45 pmEducation City Stadium
January 24Iraq vs Vietnam5:15 pmJassim bin Hamad Stadium
January 24Japan vs Indonesia5:15 pmAl Thumama Stadium
January 25Jordan vs Bahrain5:15 pmKhalifa International Stadium
January 25South Korea vs Malaysia5:15 pmAl Janoub Stadium
January 25Kyrgyzstan vs Oman9:45 pmAbdullah bin Khalifa Stadium
January 25Saudi Arabia vs Thailand9:45 pmEducation City Stadium


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Yukesh Chaudhary

Yukesh Chaudhary is the CEO and Founder of Niriv, The parent company of The Ditible. He writes on sports news and trends, He has been writing sports news from 2021 and has been writing here.

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