Jazira also won the 38th Jordan Cup final.
Faisali won titles in 20, and Shabab Urdun won in 2007.
In the zonal semis, Jazira eliminated Faisali while the Iraqi Air Force Club beat Lebanons Ahed to qualify to the final.
Now we believe that in 2018 the incentive to win our two main club competitions will be greater than ever.Amman Jazira will play the Iraqi Air Force Club in Leg 2 of the 15th Asian Football wooden christmas gift tags Confederation (AFC) Cup West Asia Zone final in Iraq.The AFC Cup was previously won three times by Jordanian teams.Jazira also lost two other competition finals conceding the 35th Jordan Super Cup to Faisali and the Jordan Football Association Shield to Wihdat.The Asian football governing body said its waterbrick promo code Champions League is second only to the European club competitions in terms of prize money.This is the second time the UAE has staged this competition and the fact that the competition has now doubled in size demonstrates how far Asian football has progressed in 22 years.In the Jordan Cup, Jazira ousted Faisali while Shabab Urdun eliminated Wihdat to reach the final.In the AFC Cup, the winners rise of US500,000 is in addition to the increase for the runners-up to US750,000 from US500,000.In addition to more teams and more opportunities, the AFC wants to reward success.After Faisali finished runner-up to Tunisias Tarajji in the last edition of the Arab Clubs Championships including two wins over Egyptian veterans Ahli, the reigning Jordan Professional League and Jordan Cup champs were eliminated from the 2018 AFC Champions League play-off match and failed.In the last week of group stage matches Faisali beat Lebanons Ansar 1-0 while Jazira beat Bahrains Malikieh 2-1.
We are all determined that the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 will be the greatest tournament we have ever held.
AFC Cup Champions list (Runner-up in parenthesis) 2004Jeish (Syria) 2005Faisali (Jordan) 2006 Faisali (Jordan) 2007Shabab Urdun (Jordan) 2008Muharraq (Bahrain) 2009Kuwait SC (Kuwait) 2010Ittihad Aleppo (Syria) 2011Nasaf Qarshi (Uzb) 2012Kuwait SC (Kuwait) 2013Kuwait SC (Kuwait) 2014Qadissieh (Kuwait) 2015Johor Darol Tazim (Malaysia) 2016Air Force Club (Iraq) 2017Air.
All 24 participating teams will also receive USD200,000.