The Olyroos, Australia’s U-23 Men’s National Football Team, have been drawn in Group C alongside Japan, Iran and Kuwait for the inaugural AFC U-22 Championship.
The Olyroos, Australia-s U-23 Men-s National Football Team, have been drawn in Group C alongside Japan, Iran and Kuwait for the AFC U-22 Championship.
The inaugural edition of the AFC U-22 Championship which will be held in Oman from 11 - 26 January, 2014.
Host nation Oman will open the AFC U-22 Championship against Myanmar on January 11, 2014 at the famous Sultan Qaboos Stadium in Muscat.
A total of sixteen teams - Iraq, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran, Kuwait, Jordan, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Japan Australia, DPR Korea, China PR, Korea Republic, Myanmar and hosts Oman, will compete in the first edition of the U-22 championship.
The next edition of the AFC U-22 Championship will serve as the qualifiers for the Men-s Football tournament at the 2016 Olympic Games.
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