The AFC Champions League 2021 quarter-finals will pit two South Korean giants against each other in Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.
Although their debut AFC Champions League campaign has come to an end, Thailand's BG Pathum United can be proud of their displays in 2021.
The Asian Football Confederation has announced that the 2021 AFC Champions League final will be hosted in Saudi Arabia.
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors have sealed the capture of highly-rated Song Min-kyu from K League 1 rivals Pohang Steelers on a four-and-a-half year deal.
With all four of their representatives through to the knockout round, South Korea looms as a dominant force in AFC Champions League 2021.
As the AFC Champions League group stage reaches its final matchday, we take a look at which teams have progressed and which are on the brink.
Johor Darul Ta'zim and Ratchaburi Mitr Phol bowed out of AFC Champions League 2021 on a whimper as a goalless draw epitomised their campaigns.
Former powerhouse Nagoya Grampus notched another win and became the first club from the East Zone to secure a berth in the knockout rounds.
2020 winners Ulsan Hyundai have lived up to top billing in the AFC Champions League, but Kawasaki Frontale and Nagoya Grampus have also impressed.
The ASEAN contenders of AFC Champions League 2021 had a Thursday evening to forget, losing three of four matches and conceding 15 goals in total.
Steve Corica has recalled several players for Sydney FC's game against Brisbane Roar, including Josh Brillante after his overseas move fell through.