AFC U-14 Championship Qualifiers: India drawn alongside Pakistan and Sri Lanka

The draw for first ever AFC U-14 Championship Qualifiers took place today at the AFC House in Kuala Lampur on Tuesday. A total of 46 teams have been divided into 9 groups of 4 zones(East, West, South and ASEAN). The top two teams from each group will qualify for AFC U-14 Championship finals.

Team India have been drawn alongside Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Turkmenistan, Kyrgystan and Iraq.

AFC U-14 Championship 2014 qualifying draw

AFC U-14 Championship Qulifiers Draw, Picture Courtesy: www.the-afc.com


West

Group A: Oman (hosts), Bahrain, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and UAE.
Group B: Saudi Arabia (hosts), Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Palestine and Yemen.

Central and South

Group C: Nepal (hosts), Bhutan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Maldives and Afghanistan.
Group D: Iran (hosts), Pakistan, India, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka and Kyrgyzstan.

ASEAN

Group E: Myanmar (hosts), Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines and Timor Leste.
Group F: Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Singapore and Cambodia.

East

Group G: China (hosts), Northern Mariana Islands, Korea Republic, Chinese Taipei and Guam.
Group H: Mongolia, Hong Kong, DPR Korea, Macau and Japan.
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