After announcing the Asian qualifiers schedule for youth and juniors… Al-Anabi faces Singapore and Nepal in the opening

Written By Mark

The Asian Football Confederation announced the schedule of matches for Al-Anabi Al-Shabab and Al-Anabi Al-Saghir in the Asian Cup qualifiers after the draw was held last Thursday. The draw placed our national youth team in the tenth group, which included the teams of Jordan, Singapore, Hong Kong and China. The young Annabi hosts his group matches, which begin on September 25, with a meeting with Singapore, while Jordan meets with Hong Kong
The second round of qualifiers will be held on September 27, in which Annabi will meet Hong Kong, and Jordan will meet Singapore. The third round will be held on September 29, with Al-Anabi meeting with Jordan in the summit match at the top of the group, and Singapore will meet with Hong Kong.
Little Annabi matches
The draw placed Al-Anabi Al-Saghir in the sixth group, which will also be held in Doha with the participation of the teams of Japan, Mongolia and Japan. Al-Anabi begins its journey on October 23 with a meeting with Mongolia, while Japan meets Nepal. The two matches of the second round will be held on October 25 with Al-Anabi meeting with Nepal, and Japan will meet with Mongolia.
The third and final round matches will be held on October 27, in which Al-Anabi will meet Japan at the top of the group, and Mongolia will meet Nepal.
The first-place team in each group, along with the five best second-placed teams, qualifies for the finals, whether in the Asian Youth Cup qualifiers or the Asian Junior qualifiers.
The Asian Confederation shed light on the Asian Junior Cup qualifiers, and stated that there were six groups in the qualifiers out of ten former champions, through the presence of Japan, which won the title four times (1994, 2006, 2018, 2023), in the sixth group with Qatar, which in turn won the title in 2017. 1990. Two other groups also include two former champions each competing to qualify for the finals, with Iran (2008) and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (2010 and 2014) falling into the first group, while the fifth group includes Iraq (2016) and Uzbekistan (2012).