1988 Afro-Asian Club Championship

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1988 Afro-Asian Club Championship
First leg
Date 2 September 1989
Venue Nishigaoka Stadium, Tokyo
Second leg
Date 22 September 1989
Venue Cairo Stadium, Cairo

The 1988 Afro-Asian Club Championship, was the 3rd Afro-Asian Club Championship competition endorsed by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and Asian Football Confederation (AFC), contested between the winners of the African Champions' Cup and the Asian Club Championship.

The final was contested in two-legged home-and-away format between Japanese team Yomiuri the 1987 Asian Club Championship winner, and Egyptian team Al-Ahly, the 1987 African Cup of Champions Clubs winner.

The first leg was hosted by Yomiuri at the Nishigaoka Soccer Stadium in Tokyo on 2 September 1989, while the second leg was hosted by Al-Ahly at Cairo Stadium in Cairo on 22 September 1989.

Al-Ahly won the two legs, with a score on aggregate 4–1.


Team Qualification Previous participation (bold indicates winners)
Japan Yomiuri 1987 Asian Club Championship winner None
Egypt Al-Ahly 1987 African Cup of Champions Clubs winner None

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

2 September 1989
Yomiuri Japan 1–3 Egypt Al-Ahly
Takeda Goal 3' H. Hassan Goal 18'77'
Abdelrahman Goal 62'

Second leg[edit]

22 September 1989
Al-Ahly Egypt 1–0 Japan Yomiuri
Abou Zeid Goal 40'

1988 Afro-Asian Club
Championship winners
First title