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AFC Asian Cup Biss Key and Frequency 2022

AFC Asian Cup Biss Key and Frequency 2022

The AFC Asian Cup is the primary association football competition contested by the senior men’s national teams of the members of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), determining the continental champion of Asia. It is the second oldest continental football championship in the world after Copa América. The winning team becomes the champion of Asia and until 2015 qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup.

AFC Asian Cup Biss Key and Frequency 2022
AFC Asian Cup Biss Key and Frequency 2022

The Asian Cup was held once every four years from the 1956 edition in Hong Kong until the 2004 tournament in China. However, since the Summer Olympic Games and the European Football Championship were also scheduled in the same year as the Asian Cup, the AFC decided to move their championship to a less crowded cycle. After 2004, the tournament was next held in 2007, when it was co-hosted by four countries in Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Thereafter, it has been held every four years.

Football FEED AFC Asian Cup Biss Key & Frequency 2022

AsiaSat 5
ID : AFC CUP-2022 M
New TP : 3935 H 7200
SID : 0001
Biss Key: 8C B1 A6 E3 F5 E2 9A 71
AsiaSat 5
ID : GBIV Fi13
Freq: 3745 V 7200
SID : 0001
Biss Key : 8C B1 A6 E3 F5 E2 9A 71

The Asian Cup has generally been dominated by a small number of top teams. Initially successful teams included South Korea (twice) and Iran (three times). Since 1984, Japan (four times) and Saudi Arabia (three times) have been the most successful teams, together winning seven of the last ten finals. The other teams which have achieved success are Qatar (2019 current champions), Australia (2015), Iraq (2007) and Kuwait (1980). Israel won in 1964 but was later expelled and has since joined UEFA.

Australia joined the Asian confederation in 2007 and hosted the Asian Cup finals in 2015. The 2019 tournament was expanded from 16 teams to 24 teams, with the qualifying process doubling as part of the qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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