All four Korean teams have advanced to the Round of 16 at the 2021 AFC Champions League, with both reigning champions Ulsan Hyundai and long-term rivals Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors topping their groups while Daegu FC and the Pohang Steelers advanced as...
All four Korean teams have advanced to the Round of 16 at the 2021 AFC Champions League, with both reigning champions Ulsan and long-term rivals Jeonbuk topping their groups while Daegu and Pohang advanced as top-ranked second-place teams.
Shin Kwang-hoon of the Pohang Steelers, left, fights for the ball with Steeven Langil of Thailand's Ratchaburi during their AFC Champions League Group G game at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok on Sunday.
Daegu FC took a huge 7-0 win United City FC at the AFC Champions League on Tuesday, jumping up to second place in a tough group that also includes Beijing Guoan and Kawasaki Frontale.
The Pohang Steelers won the opening game of the eastern leg of the 2021 AFC Champions League group stage on Tuesday, beating Ratchaburi FC 2-0.
The 2021 AFC Champions League group stage kicks off for the East Region today, with four Korean teams competing for the biggest prize in Asian football.
Korea cruised to a decisive 5-0 win over Turkmenistan in a qualifying match for the 2022 Qatar World Cup at Goyang Stadium in Goyang, Gyeonggi on Saturday.
Korea lost 2-1 to China in the hard-fought first leg of a Tokyo Olympic Games qualifier at Goyang Stadium in Goyang, Gyeonggi, on Thursday evening.
After winning the AFC Champions League last month, Ulsan Hyundai FC will now go on to compete for the ultimate prize in men's club football — the FIFA Club World Cup. Ulsan will face Mexican side Tigres UANL in the opening game of the tournament.
After a successful 2020 season, Lee Chung-yong of Ulsan Hyundai FC hopes that 2021 year will be a better season for him and for the club.