2022/23 AFC Champions League

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Jul 5, 2011
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Melbourne
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Other Teams
Victory,Napoli,Liverpool,Penguins
2022 AFC Champions League no home and away matches this year due to the Covid pandemic still lingering. All champions league group matches will be played in dedicated hub cities of a host group. Melbourne City will make their inaugural appearance at the Tournament.


Group A
1
Al-Hilal (H)​
2
3
4

Group B

Group C

Group D

Group E

Group F

Group G

Group H

Group I

Group J

(H) indicates hosts

Melbourne City Schedule. All group matches in Thailand

15 April 2022
BG Pathum United V Melbourne City 9:00pm EST Pathum Thani Stadium
18 April 2022
Melbourne City V United City 12:00am EST Pathum Thani Stadium
21 April 2022
Melbourne City V Jeonnam Dragons 12:00am EST Pathum Thani Stadium
24 April 2022
Jeonnam Dragons V Melbourne City 9:00pm EST Pathum Thani Stadium
27 April 2022
Melbourne City V BG Pathum United 9:00pm EST Pathum Thani Stadium
30 April 2022
United City V Melbourne City 12:00am EST Pathum Thani Stadium

Sydney FC Schedule. All group Matches in Vietnam

16 April 2022
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors V Sydney FC 12:00am EST Thống Nhất Stadium
19 April 2022
Sydney FC V Hoang Anh Gia Lai 9:00pm EST Thống Nhất Stadium
22 April 2022
Sydney FC V Yokohama F. Marinos 12:00am EST Thống Nhất Stadium
25 April 2022
Yokohama F. Marinos V Sydney FC 9:00pm EST Thống Nhất Stadium
28 April 2022
Sydney FC V Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 12:00am EST Thống Nhất Stadium
1 May 2022
Hoang Anh Gia Lai V Sydney FC 9:00pm Thống Nhất Stadium


All Matches to be streamed on 10 Play

for all other group fixtures and results

Melbourne City with the easier group and should have no problem advancing through to the knockout stage, Sydney FC not the hardest group but still challenging up against old foe Yokahama F. Marinos again this time with Kevin Muscat at the helm.
 
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Not confident but that just could be last nights loss still being fresh.
Sydney FC have wasted a lot of opportunities in this competition. outstandingly the best team in the A-League over the past five years didn’t translate to the ACL. Not sure why should have done a lot better. May have missed the boat with this dynasty.
 

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Is it really worth being in the ACL this year with these hubs?


Personally not too bothered to miss out on it this year. Next year there surely has to be a normal tournament. If China want to continue extreme lockdowns then CSL clubs should simply be excluded from the competition.
 
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Is it really worth being in the ACL this year with these hubs?


Personally not too bothered to miss out on it this year. Next year there surely has to be a normal tournament. If China want to continue extreme lockdowns then CSL clubs should simply be excluded from the competition.

Probably wont happen but I would prefer to scrap Group stage matches and go back to two legged playoffs throughout. Nobody is interested in the group stage of the tournament just look at the attendance and TV coverage. It also costs these Asian teams a lot of money to participate.
 
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FT Hoang Anh Gia Lai 1 V 0 Sydney FC

That concludes the group stage for the Aussie teams
So neither club advance to the second round, City a bit stiff due to the quark in this years competition.
 
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