List of top-division futsal clubs in AFC countries

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This is a list of top-division association futsal clubs in AFC countries. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) includes all Asian countries except Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, Kazakhstan and Turkey as members, but also includes the Oceanian countries of Australia, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands (the association of the Northern Mariana Islands is a provisional associate member of AFC but not a member of FIFA).

The football associations of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, Kazakhstan and Turkey are members of UEFA, the European football confederation (Israel and Kazakhstan were previously AFC members but had left). Hong Kong and Macau, the special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China, have their own football associations which are members of AFC. The Republic of China (called Chinese Taipei in the international sports community) and Palestine, both members of the IOC but not the UN, also have their own football associations which are members of AFC.

Each of the AFC member countries have their own football league systems. The clubs playing in each top-level league compete for the title as the country's club champions, and also for places in next season's AFC club competitions, i.e., the AFC Futsal Club Championship. Due to promotion and relegation, the clubs playing in the top-level league are different every season; however, some league systems do not have promotion and relegation.

 Afghanistan[edit]

 Australia[edit]

Club Location Home Ground Founded Joined Head Coach
Boomerangs F.S. Australian Capital Territory Canberra, ACT AIS Training Hall 2008 2011 Australia Simon Aitchison
Dural Warriors New South Wales Sydney, NSW Dural Sport and Leisure Centre 1994 2011 Australia Rob Varela
East Coast Heat New South Wales Sydney, NSW 2012 2012 Australia Jamie Amendolia
Jaguars FSC Victoria (Australia) Melbourne, VIC Caroline Springs Leisure Centre 2012 2012 Australia Jack Dugonjic
Melbourne Heart FC Victoria (Australia) Melbourne, VIC 2012 2012 Australia Edgard Vatcky
Sydney Scorpions New South Wales Sydney, NSW 2013 2013 Australia Glenn Lockhart
St. Albans Strikers FC Victoria (Australia) Melbourne, VIC St Albans Secondary College 2006 2011 Australia Rob Lakovski
Vic Vipers Victoria (Australia) Melbourne, VIC 1999 2012 Australia Milton Sakkos

 Bahrain[edit]

 Bangladesh[edit]

 Bhutan[edit]

 Brunei[edit]

 Cambodia[edit]

 People's Republic of China[edit]

 Republic of China ( Chinese Taipei)[edit]

See Chinese Taipei for the naming issue.

 East Timor (Timor-Leste)[edit]

 Guam[edit]

 Hong Kong[edit]

As of 2010–11 season:

 India[edit]

 Indonesia[edit]

As of 2012 season (Best Teams) :

 Iran[edit]

As of 2013–14 season:

Team City Venue Capacity Head coach Team captain Past Season
Dabiri Tabriz Tabriz Olom Pezeshki 2,000 Iran Amir Shamsaei 4th
Farsh Ara Mashhad Shahid Beheshti 6,000 Iran Majid Mortezaei 8th
Giti Pasand Esfahan Pirouzi 4,000 Iran Reza Lak Aliabadi Iran Mohammad Keshavarz Champion
Hilal Ahmar Tabriz Tabriz Shahid Pour Sharifi 6,000 Iran Mohsen Khabiri 11th
Mahan Tandis Qom Shahid Heidarian 2,000 Iran Vahid Ghiyasi Iran Saeed Ghasemi Replaced for Saba Qom
Melli Haffari Iran Ahvaz Naft 1,000 Iran Mohammad Nazem Alsharie 6th
Misagh Tehran Shahrdari Mantaghe 11 Iran Mahmoud Khorakchi 5th
Petroshimi Maron Mahshahr Besat Replaced for Gaz Khozestan
Rah Sari Sari Sayed Rasoul Hosseini 5,000 Iran Saeid Bastami 10th
Shahid Mansouri Gharchak 7th Tir 3,000 Iran Reza Davarzani 3rd
Shahrdari Saveh Saveh Fajr 2,500 Iran Seyed Mehdi Abtahi Iran Morteza Vakili 9th
Shahrdari Tabriz Tabriz Shahid Pour Sharifi 6.000 Iran Esmail Taghipour 7th
Tasisat Daryaei Tehran Dastgerdi Iran Ali Sanei Promoted
Zam Zam Isfahan Esfahan Pirouzi 4,000 Iran Mehdi Mohammadi Replaced for Giti Pasand Novin

 Iraq[edit]

 Japan[edit]

As of 2012–13 season:

 Jordan[edit]

 Korea DPR[edit]

 Korea Republic[edit]

As of 2012–13 season:

 Kuwait[edit]

 Kyrgyzstan[edit]

As of 2011 season:

Club
Nalogovik-1
Greenwich Club
Bank Asii
Jannat
Emir
6Chon-Tash
San&Co.
Bulat
RSK Bank
Ak-Jol
Nalogovik-2
Kumtor
Jetigen

 Laos[edit]

 Lebanon[edit]

 Macau[edit]

 Malaysia[edit]

As of 2013–14 season:

Team Coach Captain Kit manufacturer Sponsor
Malaysian Armed Forces ATM FA Pegan
Kuala Lumpur FELDA United FC Zul'Azmi Zulkifli Fawzul Hadzir Umbro FELDA Active Sports
Kuala Lumpur KWSP FC Line 7 KWSP.gov.my
Selangor MPSJ FC Addy Sharullyzam Firdaus Razali Kool
Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA Hamirul Abu Sharul Aziz Lotto
Pahang Pahang FA Yazid Ridzuan Abdul Halim Kelme Odyssey, Futsalworks
Perak Perak FA Kappa
Kedah Kedah FA Fazrul Line 7 PKNK
Terengganu PBDKT T-Team FC Kappa
Persatuan Melayu Malaysia Emblem PBSMM Safar Mohamad Sport De Ny Sport De Ny
Selangor PKNS FC Chiew Chun Yong Fadhil Yusoff Figos Figos
Penang Penang FA Hasnizal Hashim Joma MPPP
Perlis Perlis FA Kubba KubbaOnline.com, YPK
Sabah Quilmes FC Qusmaini Rusli Faisal Saharudin Kool Koolsport Malaysia
Sabah Sabah FA Asyraaf Fong Affan Jumahat Figos
Selangor Selangor FA Noraidiazhar Sulaiman Farid Yusof Kappa

 Maldives[edit]

 Mongolia[edit]

 Myanmar[edit]

   Nepal[edit]

 Northern Mariana Islands[edit]

 Oman[edit]

 Pakistan[edit]

 Palestine[edit]

 Philippines[edit]

 Qatar[edit]

  • Table as of 2011-12 Season
Qatar Stars League
Club Location
Al-Ahly Doha Doha
Al-Arabi Doha Sports Club Doha
Al-Gharafa Sports Club Al-Gharafa, Al-Rayyan
Al-Khor Sports Club Al Khor
Al Rayyan Futsal Team Al-Rayyan
Al-Sadd Sports Club Al-Sadd, Doha
Al-Wakrah Sports Club Al Wakrah
Qatar SC Al Dafna, Doha
Umm-Salal Sports Club Umm Salal
Al-Shamal Sports Club Madinat ash Shamal

 Saudi Arabia[edit]

 Singapore[edit]

 Sri Lanka[edit]

 Syria[edit]

 Tajikistan[edit]

 Thailand[edit]

Competition of 16 club in 2012-13 league

 Turkmenistan[edit]

 United Arab Emirates[edit]

 Uzbekistan[edit]

As of 2012 Uzbekistan Futsal League season:

Club
Ardus Tashkent
Lokomotiv Tashkent
Stroitel Zarafshan
Bunyodkor Tashkent
Maksam Chirchik
Kagan
Turon-S Andijan
Pahtakor Tashkent

 Vietnam[edit]

Competition of 8 club in 2015 league second-stage:

 Yemen[edit]

References[edit]

See also[edit]