AFC Asian Champions League 2023-2024 final winner and runner up prize money, golden boot, glove and awards winners list

AFC Asian Champions League 2023-2024 final winner and runner up prize money, golden boot, glove and awards winners list

Know the 2023-2024 AFC Asian Champions League League winner prize money including best performers and awards winners list

After securing a resounding 5-1 victory in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final, Al Ain clinched the tie 6-3 against Yokohama Marinos. This victory stands as Al Ain’s second triumph in the tournament since their 2002-03 win, with the UAE team previously facing defeat in the final against Al Ittihad in 2005 and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors in 2016.

AFC Asian Champions League 2023-2024 final winner and runner up prize money, golden boot, glove and awards winners full list

On Saturday, Soufiane Rahimi and Kodjo Laba each netted twice, leading Al Ain FC to a resounding 5-1 victory over Japan’s Yokohama F. Marinos in the second leg of the AFC Champions League 2023-24 final at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium. Despite Yokohama F. Marinos’ 2-1 win in the first leg, Al Ain dropped a masterclass in the second leg to ensure they won the final with an aggregate score of 6-3.

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Al Ain, the first-ever winners of the AFC Champions League in 2002-03, now have the honor of being the last champions under the current branding before the competition transitions to the AFC Champions League Elite next year. This victory also qualifies Al Ain as Asia’s fourth representative at the FIFA Club World Cup 2025, joining Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal, Japan’s Urawa Red Diamonds, and Korea Republic’s Ulsan HD in the US tournament.

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AFC Champions League 2023-24: prize money pool distribution and awards winners

As per reports, Al Ain will get prize money of $12 million for winning the 2023-24 AFC Champions League title. Meanwhile, Japanese club Yokohama Marinos will earn $4 million after losing the final. Notably, the 2021-22 AFC Champions League offered a prize money of $4 million to the champion and $2 million to the runners-up. Following his brace in the championship game second-leg, Al Ain winger Soufiane Rahimi finished the tournament as the top scorer with 13 goals.

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Award/Statistics Winner
Champion Al Ain
Runners-up Yokohama F Marinos
MVP of the Season Soufiane Rahimi (Al Ain)
Most Goals Soufiane Rahimi (Al Ain)
Most Assists Mohammed Alburayk (Al-Hilal)

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