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1967 Asian Champion Club Tournament

 

1967 Asian Champion Club Tournament

1967 Asian Club Championship
Final positions
Champions Hapoel Tel Aviv
Runners-up Selangor FA

The Asian Club Championship 1967 was the 1st edition of the annual Asian club football competition hosted by Asian Football Confederation. Six domestic league champions from six countries competed in the tournament.

Israeli club, Hapoel Tel Aviv F.C. (ISR), became the first champions of Asia after defeating Selangor FA (MLY) in the finals.

Contents

  • Result 1
    • First Round 1.1
    • Second Round 1.2
    • Semi-finals 1.3
    • Final 1.4
  • Champions 2
  • References 3

Result

First Round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Selangor FA 2–1 Quan thue 0–01 2–12
South China 1–2 Bangkok Bank FC 1–03 0–24
Korea Tungsten Company bye
Hapoel Tel Aviv bye

1: match was played on May 6
2: match was played on June 3
3: match was played on May 18
4: match was played on May 27

Second Round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Selangor FA 1–0 Bangkok Bank FC 1–01 0–02
Korea Tungsten Company bye
Hapoel Tel Aviv bye

1: match was played on July 15
2: match was played on July 29

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Korea Tungsten Company 0–1 Selangor FA 0–01 0–12
Hapoel Tel Aviv bye

1: match was played on September 16
2: match was played on October 21

Final

December 19
Hapoel Tel Aviv 2–1 Selangor FA
Danny Bursuk Goal 70'
Yaakov Rachminovich Goal 75' (pen.)
Aslim Goal 50'
Bangkok, Thailand
Attendance: 12,000

Champions

Asian Club Championship 1967

Hapoel Tel Aviv
First Title

References

  • Asian Club Competitions 1967 at RSSSF.com
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