The curtains for the 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup draw has unfolded at the lowest point on earth in Dead Sea, Jordan, where Jordan was drawn as head of group A along with China, Thailand, and the Philippines. while title holders and defending champions Japan heads group B, accompanied by Australia, Korea Republic, and Vietnam.
Jordan’s historic advance to the fourth round of the Asian Zone qualifying tournament for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ has captured the imagination of the country’s football fans. Accustomed to failure, they have seen the team known as Al-Nashama advance to the final round for the very first time since the nation made its
Amman: Abdullah Deeb’s second-half goal saw Jordan beat Indonesia 1-0 in a friendly tune-up on Saturday. The match was Indonesia’s final warm-up before they take on Iran on September 2 at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, while Jordan clash with 2007 AFC Asian Cup champions Iraq on the same day
Amman: Jordan were held to a high-scoring 3-3 stalemate by Tunisia in a friendly international late Monday night. The match was part of Jordan’s preparations for the upcoming third qualifying round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup against China, Singapore and former Asian champions Iraq. Jordan open their campaign on 2 September against Iraq. Abdullah
Amman: Korea Republic qualified for the third round of the 2012 London Olympics Asian qualifiers with a 4-2 aggregate win over Jordan following their 1-1 draw in the second leg on Thursday. Korea Republic, who had won the first leg 3-1, were trailing three minutes before the half time when Hamza Al Dardour found the
Doha: Jordan coach Adnan Hamad feels his players can hold their heads high despite seeing their AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 run come to an end with a 2-1 quarter-final defeat to Uzbekistan at Khalifa Stadium. Ulugbek Bakaevs double immediately after the interval saw Uzbekistan through to the last four for the first time in