The draw resulted in exciting confrontations for the Gulf teams in the AFC U-23 2024 qualifiers in Qatar, following the ceremony that was held on Thursday at the headquarters of the Asian Football Confederation.
43 teams will participate in the qualifiers, as this will be the sixth edition in the history of the tournament, and the qualifiers will be held from 4 to 12 September.
The participating teams were divided into 11 groups, so that 10 groups include four teams, while the last group includes three teams. Its results were as follows:
Group 1: Jordan (host), Syria, Oman, Brunei.
Group 2: South Korea (host), Myanmar, Kyrgyzstan, Qatar.
Group 3: Vietnam (host), Singapore, Yemen, Guam.
Group 4: Japan, Bahrain (host), Palestine, Pakistan.
Group 5: Uzbekistan (host), Iran, Hong Kong, China, Afghanistan.
Group 6: Iraq, Kuwait (host), Timor-Leste, Macau.
Group 7: UAE, India, Maldives, China (host).
Group 8: Thailand (host), Malaysia, Bangladesh, and the Philippines.
Group 9: Australia, Tajikistan (host), Laos, North Korea.
Group 10: Saudi Arabia (host), Cambodia, Lebanon, Mongolia.
Group 11: Turkmenistan, Indonesia (host), Chinese Taipei.