Myanmar ranked 7th in ASEAN for AFC club competitions


Myanmar is currently taking 7th position in ASEAN for the ranks of Asian Football Confederation (AFC) football club competitions, according to the ASEAN football data.
Myanmar domestic football teams collected 5,662 club points and have earned 11,073 total points since 2018 and the teams are currently in 28th place for the whole Asia region.
Team Thailand is at the top position in ASEAN with total club points of 29,125.
Viet Nam is following Thailand with 20,018 club points and the Philippines is standing in third place.
Malaysia is in fourth place with 12,083 club points and Singapore is fifth with 9,750 points.
Indonesia is above team Myanmar with 17,923 club points and Cambodia is under Myanmar with 6,339 AFC club points.
Next, Laos is in the ninth position in ASEAN with 947 AFC club points while Timor Leste and Brunei are at the bottom place with no AFC club points collected.
The rankings are based on the performance of the teams in this year’s AFC Champions League and after the cancellation of the AFC Cup.
There have been changes compared to the rankings in January 2021, officials said.—GNLM

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