Brazil national football team records and statistics – Wikipedia

Opponent Pld W D L GF GA GD Win %  Algeria 4 4 0 0 8 0 +8 100.00%  Andorra 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00%  Argentina 109 43 26 40 166 162 +4 39.46%  Australia 8 6 1 1 21 1 +20 75.00%  Austria 10 7 3 0 17 5 +12 70.00%  Belgium 5 3 0 2 11 8 +3 60.00%  Bolivia 31 22 4 5 104 25 +79 68.75%  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 100.00%  Bulgaria 9 8 1 0 19 2 +17 92.60%  Cameroon 6 5 0 1 12 2 +10 83.33%  Canada 4 2 2 0 8 4 +4 50.00%  Chile 74 52 14 8 166 61 +105 70.27%  China PR 3 2 1 0 12 0 +12 66.66%  Colombia 35 21 11 3 67 18 +49 60.00%  Costa Rica 11 10 0 1 34 9 +25 90.00%  Croatia 5 3 2 0 8 3 +5 60.00%  Czech Republic[note 1] 19 11 6 2 32 15 +17 57.89%  Denmark 3 2 0 1 6 7 -1 66.67%  DR Congo[note 2] 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00%  East Germany[30] 4 3 1 0 10 4 +6 75.00%  Ecuador 34 27 5 2 97 23 +74 79.41%  Egypt 6 6 0 0 18 4 +14 100.00%  El Salvador 3 3 0 0 13 0 +13 100.00%  England 26 11 11 4 34 23 +11 44.00%  Estonia 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 100.00%  Finland 3 3 0 0 9 3 +6 100.00%  France 16 7 4 5 27 20 +7 43.75%  Gabon 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 100.00%  Germany[note 3] 23 13 5 5 41 31 +10 56.52%  Ghana 4 4 0 0 13 2 +11 100.00%  Greece 2 1 1 0 3 0 +3 50.00%  Guatemala 2 1 1 0 4 1 +3 50.00%  Haiti 3 3 0 0 17 1 +16 100.00%  Honduras 8 6 1 1 29 6 +23 75.00%  Hong Kong 1 1 0 0 7 1 +6 100.00%  Hungary 6 2 1 3 12 14 −2 38.88%  Iceland 2 2 0 0 9 1 +8 100.00%  Iran 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00%  Iraq 1 1 0 0 6 0 +6 100.00%  Israel 3 3 0 0 11 1 +10 100.00%  Italy 16 8 3 5 30 23 +7 50.00%  Ivory Coast 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 100.00%  Jamaica 3 2 1 0 2 0 +2 66.66%  Japan 12 10 2 0 34 5 +29 81.81%  Kuwait 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4 100.00%  Latvia 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00%  Lithuania 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 100.00%  Malaysia 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4 100.00%  Mexico 41 24 7 10 75 36 +39 58.53%  Morocco 2 2 0 0 5 0 +5 100.00%  Netherlands 12 3 5 4 15 18 −3 25.00%  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 10 0 +10 100.00%  Nigeria 2 1 1 0 4 1 +3 50.00%  North Korea 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 100.00%  Northern Ireland 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00%  Norway 4 0 2 2 5 8 −3 0.00%  Oman 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 100.00%  Panama 5 4 1 0 17 1 +16 80.00%  Paraguay 81 48 22 11 175 66 +109 68.30%  Peru 50 36 9 5 109 33 +76 72.00%  Poland 13 10 2 1 40 20 +20 82.00%  Portugal 20 13 3 4 39 16 +23 65.00%  Qatar 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 100.00%  Republic of Ireland 7 5 1 1 18 2 +16 76.20%  Romania 5 4 1 0 9 4 +5 86.66%  Russia[note 4] 13 9 4 0 27 9 +18 69.23%  Saudi Arabia 5 5 0 0 18 3 +15 100.00%  Scotland 10 8 2 0 16 3 +13 80.00%  Senegal 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0.00%  Serbia[note 5] 20 11 7 2 39 23 +16 55.00%  Slovakia 1 1 0 0 5 0 +5 100.00%  South Africa 5 5 0 0 12 3 +9 100.00%  South Korea 6 5 0 1 11 4 +7 83.33%  Spain 9 5 2 2 14 8 +6 55.55%  Sweden 16 10 4 2 36 18 +18 62.50%   Switzerland 9 3 4 2 11 9 +2 33.30%  Tanzania 1 1 0 0 5 1 +4 100.00%  Thailand 1 1 0 0 7 0 +7 100.00%  Tunisia 1 1 0 0 4 1 +3 100.00%  Turkey 6 4 2 0 10 3 +7 66.66%  Ukraine 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 100.00%  United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 0 8 0 +8 100.00%  United States 19 18 0 1 41 12 +29 95.00%  Uruguay 78 38 20 20 142 98 +44 48.72%  Venezuela 28 24 3 1 96 9 +87 85.71%  Wales 10 8 1 1 20 5 +15 80.00%  Zambia 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 100.00%  Zimbabwe 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 100.00% Total (88) 1018 648 210 160 2208 904 +1304 63.66%

2022 FIFA World Cup qualification (CAF) – Wikipedia

2022 FIFA World Cup qualification (CAF)
Tournament details
Dates 4 September 2019 – March 2022
Teams 54 (from 1 confederation)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 148
Goals scored 345 (2.33 per match)
Attendance 769,510 (5,199 per match)
Top scorer(s) AlgeriaIslam Slimani
(7 goals)
2018 2026 → All statistics correct as of 16 November 2021.

International football competition

The african section of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification acts as qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, to be held in Qatar, for national teams which are members of the Confederation of African Football ( CAF ). A total of five slots in the final tournament are available for CAF teams. [ 1 ]

format [edit ]

A previous proposal to merge the qualification rounds for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations with those for the World Cup was turned down after a CAF meet on 11 June 2018. [ 2 ] CAF reverted to the format used for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification rival. [ 3 ]

  • First round: 28 teams (ranked 27–54) played home-and-away over two legs. The 14 winners advanced to the second round.
  • Second round: 40 teams (ranked 1–26 and 14 first-round winners) were divided into ten groups of four teams to play home-and-away round-robin matches. The ten group winners advanced to the third round.
  • Third round: The ten second round group winners play home-and-away over two legs. The five winners qualify for the World Cup.

Entrants [edit ]

All 54 FIFA-affiliated football associations from CAF entered qualification. The FIFA World Rankings of July 2019 were used to determine which nations would compete in the first round. For seeding in the second and third round trace, the most recent FIFA Rankings anterior to those draws will be used. Libya was threatened with exclusion from the qualifiers if it failed to pay debts to their former coach Javier Clemente. however, Libya complied after FIFA gave them a new deadline. [ 4 ] Sierra Leone besides faced possible exclusion from the qualifiers due to the suspension of their football association. [ 5 ] however, the suspension was lifted by the FIFA Council on 3 June 2019. [ 6 ]

agenda [edit ]

Below is the schedule of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign, according to the FIFA International Match Calendar. [ 8 ] [ 9 ] After the reschedule of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations concluding tournament from June/July to January/February, the dates of the matchdays 1–2 of the second rung were besides rescheduled. [ 10 ] Because of the interruption of the competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the schedule of the second and third gear round was revised again and on 19 August 2020 CAF announced the newfangled dates for the aforesaid rounds. [ 11 ]

Stage Matchday Dates
First round First leg 4–7 September 2019
Second leg 8–10 September 2019
Second round Matchday 1 1–3 September 2021[a]
Matchday 2 5–7 September 2021[b]
Matchday 3 6–9 October 2021[c]
Matchday 4 10–12 October 2021[c]
Matchday 5 11–13 November 2021[d]
Matchday 6 14–16 November 2021[e]
Third round First leg 21–29 March 2022
Second leg
  1. ^ Matchday 1 in the first place scheduled for 23–31 March 2020, late for 5–13 October 2020 .
  2. ^ Matchday 2 originally scheduled for 1–9 June 2020, late for 9–17 November 2020 .
  3. a b Matchday 3 and 4 primitively scheduled for 22–30 March 2021 .
  4. ^ Matchday 5 in the first place scheduled for 30 August – 7 September 2021 .
  5. ^ Matchday 6 in the first place scheduled for 4–12 October 2021 .

first round [edit ]

The attract for the foremost round off was held on 29 July 2019 at 12:00 EST ( UTC+2 ), at the CAF headquarter in Cairo, Egypt. [ 12 ] [ 13 ]

second round [edit ]

The draw for the second round was held on 21 January 2020, 19:00 CAT ( UTC+2 ), at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Cairo, Egypt. [ 14 ] Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Algeria 6 4 2 0 25 4 +21 14 Advance to third round 2–2 6–1 8–0
2  Burkina Faso 6 3 3 0 12 4 +8 12 1–1 1–1 2–0
3  Niger 6 2 1 3 13 17 −4 7 0–4 0–2 7–2
4  Djibouti 6 0 0 6 4 29 −25 0 0–4 0–4 2–4

Soccerway
Rules for classification: source : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Tunisia 6 4 1 1 11 2 +9 13 Advance to third round 3–0 3–1 3–0
2  Equatorial Guinea 6 3 2 1 6 5 +1 11 1–0 2–0 1–0
3  Zambia 6 2 1 3 8 9 −1 7 0–2 1–1 4–0
4  Mauritania 6 0 2 4 2 11 −9 2 0–0 1–1 1–2

Soccerway
Rules for classification: reference : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers Group C
Soccerway
Rules for classification: reservoir : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers Group D

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Cameroon 6 5 0 1 12 3 +9 15 Advance to third round 1–0 3–1 2–0
2  Ivory Coast 6 4 1 1 10 3 +7 13 2–1 3–0 2–1
3  Mozambique 6 1 1 4 2 8 −6 4 0–1 0–0 1–0
4  Malawi 6 1 0 5 2 12 −10 3 0–4 0–3 1–0

Soccerway
Rules for classification: source : FIFA Rules for categorization : Tiebreakers Group E

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Mali 6 5 1 0 11 0 +11 16 Advance to third round 1–0 5–0 1–0
2  Uganda 6 2 3 1 3 2 +1 9 0–0 1–1 1–0
3  Kenya 6 1 3 2 4 9 −5 6 0–1 0–0 2–1
4  Rwanda 6 0 1 5 2 9 −7 1 0–3 0–1 1–1

Soccerway
Rules for classification: reference : FIFA Rules for categorization : Tiebreakers Group F

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Egypt 6 4 2 0 10 4 +6 14 Advance to third round 2–1 1–0 1–0
2  Gabon 6 2 1 3 7 8 −1 7 1–1 1–0 2–0
3  Libya 6 2 1 3 4 7 −3 7 0–3 2–1 1–1
4  Angola 6 1 2 3 6 8 −2 5 2–2 3–1 0–1

Soccerway
Rules for classification: source : FIFA Rules for categorization : Tiebreakers Group G

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Ghana 6 4 1 1 7 3 +4 13 Advance to third round 1–0 1–0 3–1
2  South Africa 6 4 1 1 6 2 +4 13 1–0 1–0 1–0
3  Ethiopia 6 1 2 3 4 7 −3 5 1–1 1–3 1–0
4  Zimbabwe 6 0 2 4 2 7 −5 2 0–1 0–0 1–1

Soccerway
Rules for classification: source : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers Group H

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Senegal 6 5 1 0 15 4 +11 16 Advance to third round 2–0 4–1 2–0
2  Togo 6 2 2 2 5 6 −1 8 1–1 0–1 1–1
3  Namibia 6 1 2 3 5 10 −5 5 1–3 0–1 1–1
4  Congo 6 0 3 3 5 10 −5 3 1–3 1–2 1–1

Soccerway
Rules for classification: reference : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers Group I

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Morocco 6 6 0 0 20 1 +19 18 Advance to third round 5–0 3–0 2–0
2  Guinea-Bissau 6 1 3 2 5 11 −6 6 0–3 1–1 0–0
3  Guinea 6 0 4 2 5 11 −6 4 1–4 0–0 2–2
4  Sudan 6 0 3 3 5 12 −7 3 0–3 2–4 1–1

Soccerway
Rules for classification: source : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers Group J

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  DR Congo 6 3 2 1 9 3 +6 11 Advance to third round 2–0 1–1 2–0
2  Benin 6 3 1 2 5 4 +1 10 1–1 0–1 2–0
3  Tanzania 6 2 2 2 6 8 −2 8 0–3 0–1 3–2
4  Madagascar 6 1 1 4 4 9 −5 4 1–0 0–1 1–1

Soccerway
Rules for classification: reservoir : FIFA Rules for classification : Tiebreakers

third base attack [edit ]

The ten-spot group winners from the second gear polish will be drawn into five home-and-away ties, with the teams seeded based on FIFA World Rankings. The hook will be held on 26 January 2022. [ 15 ] The lower ranked team will play the first peg at home. The winners of each regular will qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup .

Qualified teams

crown goalscorers [edit ]

There have been 345 goals scored in 148 matches, for an average of 2.33 goals per match ( as of 16 November 2021 ). Players highlighted in bold are still active in the competition .
7 goals 5 goals 4 goals

Below are wax goalscorer lists for each rung :

References [edit ]

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CONMEBOL – Wikipedia

Governing body of association football in South America

The South American Football Confederation ( CONMEBOL, , or CSF ; spanish : Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol ; [ a ] portuguese : Confederação Sul-Americana de Futebol [ boron ] ) is the continental governing soundbox of football in South America ( apart from Guyana, Suriname, and french Guiana ), and it is one of FIFA ‘s six continental confederations. The oldest continental alliance in the world, its headquarters are located in Luque, Paraguay, near Asunción. CONMEBOL is responsible for the arrangement and government of south american football ‘s major external tournaments. With 10 member football associations, it has the fewest members of all the confederations in FIFA. CONMEBOL home teams have won nine FIFA World Cups ( Brazil five, Uruguay two, and Argentina two ), and CONMEBOL clubs have won 22 Intercontinental Cups and four FIFA Club World Cups. Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay have won two Olympic gold medals each. It is considered one of the strongest confederations in the populace.

The World Cup qualifiers of CONMEBOL have been described as the “ toughest qualifiers in the world ” for their dim-witted round-robin system, entrance of some of the clear national teams in the worldly concern, level of the weaker home teams, climate conditions, geographic conditions, impregnable home plate stands, and passionate supporters. [ 3 ] [ 4 ] Juan Ángel Napout ( Paraguay ) was the president of CONMEBOL until 3 December 2015 when he was arrested in a raid in Switzerland as part of the U.S. Justice Department ‘s bribery subject involving FIFA. Wilmar Valdez ( Uruguay ) was interim president of the united states until 26 January 2016 when Alejandro Domínguez ( Paraguay ) was elected president of the united states. The Vice presidents are Ramón Jesurum ( Colombia ), Laureano González ( Venezuela ), and Arturo Salah ( Chile ) .

history [edit ]

In 1916, the first version of the “ Campeonato Sudamericano de Fútbol ” ( South-American Football Championship ), now known as the “ Copa América “, was contested in Argentina to commemorate the centennial of the Argentine Declaration of Independence. The four participating associations of that tournament gathered together in Buenos Aires in order to officially create a governing torso to facilitate the organization of the tournament. thus, CONMEBOL was founded on 9 July 1916 under the inaugural of Uruguayan Héctor Rivadavia Gómez, but approved by the football associations of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay. The first Constitutional Congress on 15 December of that like year, which took plaza in Montevideo, ratified the decision. Over the years, the other football associations in South America joined, with the last being Venezuela in 1952. Guyana, Suriname, and the french overseas department of French Guiana, while geographically in South America, are not character of CONMEBOL. Consisting of a french district, a erstwhile british district, and a erstwhile Dutch territory, they are region of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football ( CONCACAF ), chiefly due to diachronic, cultural, and sporting reasons. With ten-spot penis nations, CONMEBOL is the smallest and the alone amply continental land-based FIFA alliance ( no insular countries or associates from different continents ) .

leadership [edit ]

Executive committee [edit ]

As of 14 September 2021

past presidents [edit ]

Notes
  1. ^ Interim – 2 months .

Members [edit ]

Countries that are members of CONMEBOL
There are autonomous states or dependencies in South America which are not affiliated with CONMEBOL but are members of other confederations or do not have affiliation with any early confederations at all .

  • As Falkland Islanders are British citizens born overseas, they are entitled to declare for any of the four Home nations. They may choose to represent Argentina aswell.

Competitions [edit ]

CONMEBOL competitions [edit ]

International [edit ]

The chief competition for men ‘s national teams is the Copa América, which started in 1916. The Copa America is the only continental contest in which teams from a wholly different continent and confederation can be invited to participate. CONMEBOL normally selects and invites a couple of teams from the AFC [ 9 ] or CONCACAF [ 10 ] to participate in the Copa America. Japan and Qatar were invited to participate in the 2019 version of the Copa America. [ 11 ] CONMEBOL besides runs national competitions at Under-20, Under-17 and Under-15 levels. For women ‘s national teams, CONMEBOL operates the Copa América Femenina for senior national sides, vitamin a well as Under-20 and Under-17 championships. In futsal, there is the Copa América de Futsal and Campeonato Sudamericano de Futsal Sub-20. The Campeonato Sudamericano Femenino de Futsal is the women ‘s equivalent to the men ‘s tournament .

golf club [edit ]

CONMEBOL besides runs the two main club competitions in South America : the Copa Libertadores was first gear held in 1960 and the Copa Sudamericana was launched by CONMEBOL in 2002 as an collateral successor to the Supercopa Libertadores ( begun in 1988 ). A third rival, the Copa CONMEBOL, started in 1992 and was abolished in 1999. In women ‘s football, CONMEBOL besides conducts the Copa Libertadores Femenina for club teams. The rival was first held in 2009. The Recopa Sudamericana is an annual meet between the past class ‘s winners of the Copa Libertadores and the winners of the Copa Sudamericana ( previously the winners of the Supercopa Libertadores ) and came into being in 1989. The Intercontinental Cup was jointly organised with UEFA between the Copa Libertadores and the UEFA Champions League winners .

stream title holders [edit ]

FIFA World Rankings [edit ]

overview [edit ]

FIFA Men’s Rankings (as of 23 December 2021)[12]
CONMEBOL* FIFA +/- National Team Points
1 2 Steady  Brazil 1826.35
2 5 Steady  Argentina 1750.51
3 16 Steady  Colombia 1607.15
4 17 Steady  Uruguay 1596.66
5 22 Steady  Peru 1551.15
6 24 Steady  Chile 1543.42
7 43 Steady  Paraguay 1454.52
8 46 Steady  Ecuador 1448.27
9 59 Steady  Venezuela 1409.14
10 77 Steady  Bolivia 1324.21
*Local rankings based on FIFA ranking points
FIFA Women’s Rankings (as of 10 December 2021)[13]
CONMEBOL* FIFA +/- National Team Points
1 7 Steady  Brazil 1976.86
2 26 Steady  Colombia 1709.25
3 34 Increase 1  Argentina 1640.32
4 37 Steady  Chile 1622.4
5 50 Steady  Paraguay 1487.29
6 52 Increase 4  Venezuela 1448.04
7 66 Decrease 1  Ecuador 1377.38
8 67 Decrease 1  Peru 1377.1
9 71 Increase 2  Uruguay 1357.84
10 93 Decrease 2  Bolivia 1239.09
*Local rankings based on FIFA ranking points

historic leaders [edit ]

Men’s

team of the year [edit ]

Teams ranking in the top four – Men’s[12]
Year First Second Third Fourth
1993  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Colombia
1994  Brazil  Argentina  Colombia  Uruguay
1995  Brazil  Argentina  Colombia  Uruguay
1996  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
1997  Brazil  Colombia  Chile  Argentina
1998  Brazil  Argentina  Chile  Paraguay
1999  Brazil  Argentina  Paraguay  Chile
2000  Brazil  Argentina  Paraguay  Colombia
2001  Argentina  Brazil  Colombia  Paraguay
2002  Brazil  Argentina  Paraguay  Uruguay
2003  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Paraguay
2004  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Colombia
2005  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Colombia
2006  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Ecuador
2007  Argentina  Brazil  Colombia  Paraguay
2008  Brazil  Argentina  Paraguay  Uruguay
2009  Brazil  Argentina  Chile  Uruguay
2010  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Chile
2011  Uruguay  Brazil  Argentina  Chile
2012  Argentina  Colombia  Ecuador  Uruguay
2013  Argentina  Colombia  Uruguay  Brazil
2014  Argentina  Colombia  Brazil  Uruguay
2015  Argentina  Chile  Brazil  Colombia
2016  Argentina  Brazil  Chile  Colombia
2017  Brazil  Argentina  Chile  Peru
2018  Brazil  Uruguay  Argentina  Colombia
2019  Brazil  Uruguay  Argentina  Colombia
2020  Brazil  Argentina  Uruguay  Colombia
Teams ranking in the top four – Women’s[13]
Year First Second Third Fourth
2003  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Peru
2004  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Peru
2005  Brazil  Peru  Argentina  Colombia
2006  Brazil  Argentina  Peru  Colombia
2007  Brazil  Argentina  Peru  Colombia
2008  Brazil  Argentina  Ecuador  Paraguay
2009  Brazil  Argentina  Colombia  Peru
2010  Brazil  Argentina  Colombia  Chile
2011  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2012  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2013  Brazil  Colombia  Uruguay  
2014  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2015  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2016  Brazil  Colombia  Venezuela  
2017  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2018  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2019  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile
2020  Brazil  Colombia  Argentina  Chile

other rankings [edit ]

Clubs [edit ]

survive updated : 5 April 2020 [ 14 ]

IFFHS [edit ]

final updated on : 12 March 2019 – [ 1 ]

Beach soccer national teams [edit ]

Men’s national teams
BSWW Rankings
Rank Nation Points
1  Brazil 3613
8  Paraguay 1467
18  Ecuador 710
23  Argentina 571
28  Chile 511
30  Uruguay 494
35  Peru 378
36  Venezuela 364
40  Colombia 276
44  Bolivia 228

world ‘s update : 23 September 2018 [ 15 ]

major tournament records [edit ]

Legend
  • 1st – Champion
  • 2nd – Runner-up
  • 3rd – Third place[16]
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • QF – Quarterfinals
  • R16 – Round of 16 (since 1986: knockout round of 16)
  • R2 – Second round (for the 1974, 1978, and 1982 tournaments, which had two group stages)
  • GS – Group stage (in the 1950, 1974, 1978, and 1982 tournaments, which had two group stages, this refers to the first group stage)
  • 1S – First Knockout Stage (1934–1938 Single-elimination tournament)
  • Q – Qualified for upcoming tournament
  •  – Did not qualify
  •  – Did not enter / Withdrew / Banned
  •  – Hosts

For each tournament, the flag of the horde country and the number of teams in each finals tournament ( in brackets ) are shown .

FIFA World Cup [edit ]

FIFA Women ‘s World Cup [edit ]

Olympic Games For Men [edit ]

Olympic Games For Women [edit ]

Copa América [edit ]

Copa América Femenina [edit ]

Copa América Femenina record
Team
(Total 10 teams)
1991
Brazil
(3)
1995
Brazil
(5)
1998
Argentina
(10)
2003
Peru
(10)
2006
Argentina
(10)
2010
Ecuador
(10)
2014
Ecuador
(10)
2018
Chile
(10)
2022
TBD
(10)
Years
 Argentina 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 4th 4th 3rd 7
 Bolivia 5th GS GS GS GS GS GS 7
 Brazil 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 8
 Chile 2nd 3rd GS GS GS 3rd GS 2nd 8
 Colombia GS 3rd GS 2nd 2nd 4th 6
 Ecuador 4th 4th GS GS GS 3rd GS 7
 Paraguay GS GS 4th GS GS GS 6
 Peru 3rd 4th GS GS GS GS 6
 Uruguay GS GS 3rd GS GS GS 6
 Venezuela 3rd GS GS GS GS GS GS 7

FIFA U-20 World Cup [edit ]

FIFA U-20 Women ‘s World Cup [edit ]

FIFA U-17 World Cup [edit ]

    • Note 1: Original hosts Peru were stripped of the right to host the 2019 event in February 2019.[17]

FIFA U-17 Women ‘s World Cup [edit ]

FIFA Futsal World Cup [edit ]

FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup [edit ]

erstwhile tournaments [edit ]

FIFA Confederations Cup [edit ]

corruptness [edit ]

On 27 May 2015, several CONMEBOL leaders were arrested in Zürich, Switzerland by Swiss police and indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice on charges of corruptness, money launder, and racketeer. [ 18 ] Those swept up in the operation include former CONMEBOL presidents Eugenio Figueredo and Nicolás Léoz and respective football federations presidents such as Carlos Chávez and Sergio Jadue. On 3 December 2015, the CONMEBOL President Juan Ángel Napout was besides arrested. [ 19 ]

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Man United’s Luke Shaw: Squad lacked intensity, were not ‘together’ in Wolves defeat

Don Hutchison reacts to Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘ first acquire over Manchester United at Old Trafford since 1980. ( 1:21 ) Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has questioned the togetherness and committedness of Ralf Rangnick ‘s police squad after Monday ‘s 1-0 dwelling get the better of by Wolverhampton Wanderers, the latest reverse in their disruptive season. “ We have to put more pressure on them, we have to have saturation. Us players, we have been here a long time, possibly tonight we struggled, I did n’t think we were all there together. You look at the players we have, we have improbable timbre but sometimes quality is not enough, ” Shaw told Sky Sports. Joao Moutinho ‘s 82nd-minute goal settled the contest but Wolves could have wrapped the game up long before then after creating a series of first one-half chances.

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– ESPN+ viewer’s guide: Bundesliga, Serie A, MLS, FA Cup and more “ It was not estimable adequate, we actually struggled, we could n’t get hold of the ball and when we did n’t have the ball we were n’t aggressive adequate. We did n’t put them under any pressure, ” the England full-back added. “ It possibly looked like an easy game for them. A disappoint performance and leave. We did n’t have many options on the ball and we were n’t on the front foot. “ We need to bring the saturation and more motivation. Inside the trim room, we know what we want but out on the peddle we need to give 100 %. To win these types of games we all need to be 100 % committed. It is baffling and disappointing. ” With no game until the Jan. 10 FA Cup tie with Aston Villa, Shaw is hoping the sessions with Rangnick at Carrington will bring some change. “ We have fourth dimension now to refocus back, we got a long coach week and possibly the coach can bring some more ideas to what he wants on the lurch, ” Shaw said. Rangnick, who took charge of United on interim footing in December, heard the boo of a torment Old Trafford push when he substituted Mason Greenwood — a perplex decisiveness given the forward was the most effective United player.

“ The doubt was shall I take off Mason or shall I take off Edison [ Cavani ], that was the question, ” Rangnick said .Manchester United’s Luke Shaw was not impressed by the team’s performance against Wolves. Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images “ We decided to keep Edi as the more dysphemistic, the more hitter of the two on the cant. I take off Mason, that was my call. “ We could besides have done it in a different way but it shows how highly, how the fans like Mason as a home-grown player and, as I said, his effort and performance was not outstanding but at least he was one of the better players today. ” Shaw besides hailed the “ phenomenal ” reappearance of Phil Jones to the side after he ended an about biennial absence due to a stifle injury. Jones, who had not played for the club since scoring in their FA Cup win over Tranmere Rovers in January 2020, partnered Raphael Varane against Wolves in the absence of Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly.

“ Phil Jones should be gallant of himself, he ‘s been criticised constantly for a number of years, ” Shaw said. “ People [ have been ] getting at him but he ‘s stuck by it, he ‘s so professional and trains sol arduous. And he got his casual tonight and I think he was phenomenal. “ I think he needs a distribute of respect for that tonight because he was out for over a class and this was truly his beginning big game back. I ‘m very happy for him after what he ‘s been through. ”

What Nottingham Forest can expect from ‘legend’ Steve Cook as Reds close in on transfer deal – Nottinghamshire Live

Nottingham Forest are closing in on their second sign of the January transplant window, with Steve Cook set to put penitentiary to composition. topic to passing a medical, the defender is expected to make the motion to the City Ground as a spare remove from Bournemouth, joining on a two-and-a-half-year deal. The throw will bring an end to Cook ’ s decade-long association with the Cherries, having experienced two promotions and racked up about 400 appearances on the south slide. We got the lowdown from DorsetLive Bournemouth reporter Jacob Tanswell on what the Reds can expect as the centre-back prepares to head Trentside …

Sounds like Steve Cook has ‘legend’ status at Bournemouth. How would you sum up his time there? It was on October 27, 2011 Cook first joined the golf club on an initial loanword share, and around this clock 10 years ago he signed permanently. Since then he has become, decidedly, one of Bournemouth ‘s most iconic figures. He has been a constant from the lower League One days to their bill Premier League times. His connection with the fans – where he would make regular contributions to charities and, during lockdown, regular phone calls – is credibly alone. It may sound over the top, but he is immortalised into legend in Dorset. It was a fairytale travel.

What kind of defender is he? What are his strengths and weaknesses? What can Forest expect from him? Again it depends on the coach, but he ‘s pretty well-versed in all areas. Under Eddie Howe, Cook was a ball-playing left-sided cardinal defender, tasked with building the play through the thirds. however, his foremost job is to defend, and as seen recently against Fulham, he loves it. Under Jason Tindall and Jonathan Woodgate, his game became more hardheaded, but it ‘s largely down to what they asked of him. In terms of weaknesses, Cook, like most central defenders, can look vulnerable one-v-one against highly technical players, and if shown on to his forget side, can be pressured effectively. But overall, Forest fans should expect inerrable consistency and silence, but meaning, leadership – he was n’t the most marked of captains but when he offered advice, the younger players would tend to listen.

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Steve Cooper is very keen on fielding a back three, with defenders being comfortable on the ball and able to play out from the back. Would Cook fit into that? Howe would flit in and out of a back three, while Tindall used it throughout the season. Cook by and large played in the middle of the back three and, when he ‘s amply confident, has an excellent crossfield passing, from the right to the forget. If there is space in front of him he will drive into it, and unsurprisingly after eight years under Howe, is never afraid to receive the ball in brash areas. What will he be like in the dressing room? He’s got plenty of experience, so is he a natural leader? As I touched on earlier, Cook ‘s leadership traits are slightly more nuanced. While the 30-year-old is secure of mixing his choice of words when the situation necessitates, he often prefers a more subtle approach. particularly in the Premier League, where the spotlight on some was magnified, Cook would offer players regular guidance on the do and don’ts aside from the pitch. This would include reminding some of their levels of professionalism, advising younger team-mates on side-stepping issues that will inevitably rear their fountainhead and, quite just, proving a sounding board to some .

Steve Cook in action for Bournemouth
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He hasn’t played much this season, was there anything behind that – and can you see him being able to play a big part for Forest in the second half of this season? I think the write was on the wall before Scott Parker joined. Cook was one of the higher earners at the golf club and Bournemouth were looking for ways to trim the engage budget. With the emergence of Lloyd Kelly, they took the school of think that Cook was n’t quite equally needed as years gone by. There were chances to leave in the summer but none which appealed to Cook or his family. The relationship between Parker and him has remained respectful and by the sounds of things, his professionalism has been faultless. Forest spirit resurgent under Steve Cooper, and particularly in these critical months, having an know player like Cook should undoubtedly help. You alone have to look to when he came in from the cold last month for three matches – most notably against then-league leaders Fulham. Bournemouth were hamstrung by injuries and Cook about led them to victory. He was credibly their best player on the pitch that night. We’ve teamed up with LiveScore to invite fans to nominate their favourite results – the games which were much more than a score. Nominate the match that mattered to you here

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Antonio Conte can complete Tottenham scouting mission at AFCON to seal £43m dream transfer – football.london

Something went faulty, please attempt again subsequently. The Africa Cup of Nations is normally seen as a negative to most Premier League clubs, although some may use the tournament to their advantage. Antonio Conte ‘s Tottenham are one of a few clubs not to be affected one bit by the approaching Africa Cup of Nations with the north Londoners set to lose zero players in their current team. This contrasts massively to when the Spurs roll had the likes of Kenyan Victor Wanyama applying his trades in the midfield of the side from N17.

however, this wo n’t stop Fabio Paratici and co. being tidal bore to scout players that could make up the initiation of the Spurs side in the adjacent few seasons. As Conte mentioned after Watford, his side ‘s squad rebuild could take numerous windows meaning this international tournament starting in the future workweek is a probability for Paratici to scout african players who could make the go to England in the about or long-run future. “ But it is not entirely one transportation grocery store or if you invest money and you have a switch in this way. Football is complicated. It is not only money. You have to build in the year to build something important, ” Conte said. “ I am here to do this but I know it is going to be very unmanageable because everybody tries to ask something about the Champions League, but I want to be very good with everybody and to tell them we have an important speculate, a good job to do, to start to build something significant we need time and solitaire. “ now I am sure of that after I made my evaluation in these two months. ” Without far bustle, football.london takes a count at the three players that Spurs should look at ahead of upcoming transfer periods. One man that Conte knows well from Serie A and has consequently been linked with a motion to the English capital is Ivory Coast external Kessie. again, the AC Milan midfielder has reportedly been of interest to Chelsea in the past but no move has ever come to fruition for the 25-year-old, think of Spurs could pounce in this site. Amid talk of the side from N17 lining up a lucrative January wish for the aforesaid player, football.london’s Alasdair Gold has provided an update in relation to why a summer swoop is more likely at this point. He wrote in his latest transfer round-up Q & A : “ I think January is going to be unmanageable to sign any players involved in the african Cup of Nations. Kessie will be away with the Ivory Coast for a lot of the calendar month and with his condense up in the summer it ‘s unmanageable to see clubs in a cash-strapped post-pandemic world spend money on him six months before or for him to leave Milan now and give up the prospect of a bigger sign on fee and potentially wages among the fight for his services. ”

Franck Kessie has been linked with a move to Tottenham (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)
For Tottenham fans to get a better idea of what Kessie could bring to their midfield, they should look out for Ivory Coast ‘s three group fixtures. Kessie and co. will first take to the pitch on January 12 when the Ivorian ‘s claim on Equatorial Guinea in their opening Group E fixture. They then face Sierra Leone before rounding off their group stage campaign against the difficult Algeria.

Karl Toko-Ekambi

With Harry Kane ‘s future distillery astir in the breeze, the Spurs control panel could look at potential reinforcements in the hit position to either replace Tottenham ‘s number 9 or to back up the over-relied upon player.

Toko-Ekambi has shown for a phone number of seasons now that he could be the answer to this riddle as demonstrated by his consistent class in Ligue 1 with Lyon. The Cameroon external has racked up 15 goal contributions in all competitions indeed army for the liberation of rwanda this season, registering the one-sixth most carries into the penalty area ( 20 ), the seventh most crosses into the penalty area in Ligue 1 in 2021/22 ( 10 ) and the eighth most shots on target per 90 rate ( 1.25 ), as per FBref.com.
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All of which demonstrate his attacking credibility and what he could offer to Conte ‘s active side, who are presently distillery unbeaten in the Premier League since the italian took over from Nuno Espirito Santo bet on in October. The host nation kick off their campaign against Burkina Faso before facing Ethiopia and Caper Verde in the last two group games. The Serie A veteran is a know darling of Conte, who wanted to sign the senegalese international during his Chelsea days. Koulibaly and Inter Milan ‘s Milan Skriniar are two defensive juggernauts of the italian top fledge and Spurs ‘ boss may look to bring at least one of the pair back in the approaching windows as he looks to rebuild and refresh this Tottenham squad. “ For me, Koulibaly is among the two strongest defenders in the world. He is very identical, identical solid, ” Conte admitted via GOAL.com. “ I wanted to take him at Chelsea. And he has grown even more. There is no indigence to introduce Koulibaly to Romelu [ Lukaku ]. He knows him but Romelu has besides grown a set. ” Who should Spurs look to keep, loan or sell this January? Have your say from the options below!

This admission surely should come of some sake to Spurs fans who may see links to Napoli ‘s number 26 beginning to emerge in the following few transfer seasons. presently, the 30-year-old is out with a hamstring injury but he was silent included in the Senegal team, meaning he may miss one or two of the group phase fixtures. however, if he recovers quicker, he could indeed feature in his nations fixtures against Zimbabwe, Guinea and Malawi .

Stefano Okaka – Wikipedia

italian football player

Stefano Chuka Okaka ( italian pronunciation : [ ˈsteːfano oˈkaːka ] ; born 9 August 1989 ) is an italian football player who plays as a forward for Süper Lig club Istanbul Basaksehir and the Italy national team. He began his career at Roma, debuting concisely after his 16th birthday and being loaned to respective early teams for the duration of his sign. He totalled over 125 Serie A games for that golf club, Bari, Parma, Sampdoria and Udinese. Abroad, he played 47 Premier League matches for Fulham and Watford, and had a temper in Belgium with Anderlecht.

Club career [edit ]

read-only memory [edit ]

Born in Castiglione del Lago, Umbria, Italy to nigerian parents who former obtained italian citizenship, Okaka joined the Roma young system in 2004. He was depart of the team that won the U-20 national title in 2005 and scored goals against Juventus in the semi-final and Atalanta in the final. On 29 September 2005, at the old age of 16 years, 51 days he made his debut with the first team in the UEFA Cup, playing against Aris. He frankincense became the youngest football player to debut in an external contest for an italian team. [ 3 ] Okaka scored his first goal for Roma in a Coppa Italia match against Napoli on 8 December, with a knock-down run from midfield and a precise shot to the leave of the goalkeeper, making him the youngest goalscorer in the competition at the long time of 16 years, 121 days. [ 4 ] He made his Serie A debut with the club late that calendar month, on 18 December, at the age of 16 years and 125 days, in a 1–1 away draw against Sampdoria. [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] Okaka scored his first Serie A goal on 17 September 2006, concluding a 3–1 win over Siena, just 38 days after his seventeenth birthday, after coming on as a substitute for Francesco Totti. He made his introduction in the UEFA Champions League ten days late, in a 2–1 away loss to Valencia, aged 17 years, 49 days. [ 4 ] Okaka was subsequently loaned to Serie B side Modena for the 2007–08 temper in regulate to gain some first team experience. He scored seven times in 33 appearances. [ 7 ] After returning to Roma, he signed a newly contract which lasted until 30 June 2012. As a part of it, he earned a crude annual wage of €600,000 in the beginning two seasons, which then increased to €700,000 and €900,000. [ 8 ] He besides spent a six-month lend period at Brescia in Serie B from January to June 2009, where he scored two goals in 16 appearances. [ 9 ] On 6 August 2009, alternate Okaka scored his first goal with Roma in a continental competition, the final finish in a 7–1 acquire away to Gent in the second stage of the 2009–10 UEFA Europa League third qualifying orotund ( 10–2 sum ). [ 10 ] He scored again in the Europa League in Roma ‘s 2–0 succeed over CSKA Sofia and in Roma ‘s 2–1 winnings over Fulham. His last goal with Roma was an 88th-minute winner against Siena. On 1 February 2010, he joined Fulham on loan until the end of the season. He made his debut in the 1–0 win over Portsmouth on 3 February, and scored his first goal for the cabaret eleven days late in a fifth round of golf FA Cup draw at home to Notts County. [ 11 ] He scored his first league goal for the clubhouse against Wigan Athletic on 4 April, in a 2–1 win at Craven Cottage. [ 12 ] He was cup-tied for Fulham ‘s campaign to the 2010 UEFA Europa League Final. [ 13 ] In January 2011 Okaka moved to Bari on loanword. There, he scored his beginning goal against Lecce for 1–0 win. In this game he and Kamil Glik marking their debuts for Bari. He scored one far goal for Bari that season. Okaka sustained an wound in round 30 and missed the rest of the season. In August 2011, Okaka was attacked by Roma fans after a train session for allegedly not wishing to sign autograph. [ 14 ]

Parma [edit ]

After failing to make a single appearance for Roma in the beginning half of the season, on 22 January 2012, Okaka joined Parma on loanword until the end of the season. [ 15 ] He scored his first goal on 7 March, the undoer in a 2–2 against Fiorentina. Okaka signed a permanent deal with Parma on 20 August 2012. The follow day he was loaned to the newly promoted Serie B club Spezia where he made 38 appearances, scoring seven goals and assisting six more. After his loanword spell, he returned to Parma for the 2013–14 season, making lone two Serie A matches as a alternate. [ 16 ]

Sampdoria [edit ]

On 31 January 2014, Okaka was transferred to the boyfriend Serie A equip Sampdoria on a permanent deal, with Nicola Pozzi moving the diametric guidance. [ 17 ] He made a good beginning to his Sampdoria career, scoring five times in 13 appearances in the 2013–14 season. He scored his inaugural goal of the 2014–15 season on 14 September 2014, a alone feat, in the 2–0 victory against Torino on 14 September 2014. [ 18 ] On 10 June 2015, the owner and president of Sampdoria Massimo Ferrero told the italian media that Okaka would be leaving the cabaret. [ 19 ]

Anderlecht [edit ]

On 28 July 2015, Okaka joined belgian side Anderlecht from Sampdoria for a report fee of €3 million. [ 20 ]

Watford / Udinese [edit ]

On 29 August 2016, Okaka joined Watford from Anderlecht on a five-year contract. [ 21 ] He scored his beginning two goals on 10 December, against Everton in a 3–2 gain. [ 22 ] In his second base season, after the passing of compatriot coach Walter Mazzarri, he was more use as a substitute ; his one finish came on open day, opening a 3–3 tie with Liverpool at Vicarage Road. [ 23 ] On 8 January 2019, Okaka was loaned to Udinese for the rest of the Serie A season, having played fair 47 minutes for Watford all season across three substitute appearances. Both clubs were owned by Giampaolo Pozzo. [ 24 ] He scored six goals in 16 games as the Bianconeri avoided relegation, including braces in straight wins over Frosinone and SPAL in May. [ 25 ] [ 26 ] Okaka ‘s move to Udinese was made permanent on 2 September 2019, on a three-year contract. [ 27 ]

International career [edit ]

After gaining italian citizenship in 2007, Okaka was selected for the italian Under-19 side. He made his debut for the Italy U-20 team in 2008, scoring two goals. [ 2 ] On 17 November 2009, he made his debut with the Italy U-21 police squad in a match against Luxembourg. In April 2014, Okaka revealed he was in talks with the Nigeria Football Federation about the possibility of him switching allegiance to his parents ‘ state and play with the Nigeria national football team already at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. [ 28 ] however, Okaka was included in the Italy team for their friendly against Albania on 18 November 2014 by director Antonio Conte. He made his debut as a substitute, replacing Sebastian Giovinco in the second gear half, and scored the only goal of the match in the victory at Sampdoria ‘s dwelling land, the Stadio Luigi Ferraris. [ 29 ]

personal life [edit ]

Okaka ‘s twin sister, Stefania Okaka, is besides a professional sportsperson. [ 30 ] A volleyball player, she plays for Béziers Volley of the French first division [ 31 ] and the italian national team .

career statistics [edit ]

club [edit ]

As of 20 November 2021[32]

International [edit ]

As of 15 November 2020.[2][32]
Italy
Year Apps Goals
2014 1 1
2015 2 0
2016 1 0
2017
2018
2019
2020 1 0
Total 5 1
Scores and results list Italy’s goal tally first.[2][33]
Goal Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 18 November 2014 Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa, Italy  Albania 1–0 1–0 Friendly

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Kuala Lumpur – Wikipedia

Federal district and the capital city of Malaysia

Federal district and capital city in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur ( malaysian pronunciation : [ ˈkualə, -a ˈlumpo ( roentgen ), -ʊ ( r ) ] ), formally the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur ( Malay : Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur ) and colloquially referred to as KL, is a federal territory and the capital city of Malaysia. It is the largest city in Malaysia, covering an area of 243 km2 ( 94 sq secret intelligence service ) with an calculate population of 1.73 million as of 2016. [ 9 ] Greater Kuala Lumpur, besides known as the Klang Valley, is an urban agglomeration of 7.564 million people as of 2018. [ 5 ] It is among the fastest growing metropolitan regions in Southeast Asia, both in population and economic exploitation.

The city serves as the cultural, fiscal, and economic center of Malaysia. It is besides home to the Parliament of Malaysia, and the Istana Negara, the official residency of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong ( monarch of Malaysia ). Kuala Lumpur foremost developed about 1857 as a town serving the tin mines of the region and served as the capital of Selangor from 1880 until 1978. Kuala Lumpur was the establish capital of the Federation of Malaya and its successor Malaysia, and the city remained the seat of the administrator and judicial branches of the Malaysian federal government until these were relocated to Putrajaya in early 1999. [ 10 ] however, some sections of the political bodies still remain in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is one of the three federal territories of Malaysia, [ 11 ] enclaved within the state of Selangor, on the central west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. [ 12 ] Since the 1990s, the city has played master of ceremonies to many international dissipated, political and cultural events including the 1998 Commonwealth Games and the 2017 Southeast asian Games. Kuala Lumpur has undergone rapid development in late decades and is home to the tallest match buildings in the populace, the Petronas Towers, which have since become an iconic symbol of Malaysian development. It has a comprehensive road organization supported by an across-the-board range of public transport networks, such as multitude rapid transportation system ( MRT ), ignite rapid transit ( LRT ), monorail, commuter fulminate, populace buses, hop on & hop off buses ( free of agitate ) and airport rail links. Kuala Lumpur is one of the leading cities in the earth for tourism and shop, the 6th most-visited city in the global in 2019. [ 13 ] The city houses three of the global ‘s ten-spot largest shopping malls. [ 14 ] Kuala Lumpur ranks 70th in the world and second gear in Southeast Asia for Economist Intelligence Unit ‘s Global Liveability Ranking [ 15 ] and ninth in ASPAC and second in Southeast Asia for KPMG ‘s Leading Technology Innovation Hub 2021. [ 16 ] Kuala Lumpur was named World Book Capital 2020 by UNESCO. [ 17 ] [ 18 ]

etymology [edit ]

Jamek Mosque at the confluence of the Gombak (left) and Klang (right) rivers. The earliest settlement of Kuala Lumpur developed on the eastern side of the river bank (to the right in this picture). Kuala Lumpur means “ dirty confluence ” in Malay ; Kuala is the target where two rivers join together or an estuary, and lumpur means “ mire ”. [ 19 ] [ 20 ] One suggestion is that it was named after Sungai Lumpur ( “ muddy river ” ) ; in the 1820s Sungai Lumpur was the most important tin-producing settlement up the Klang River. however this deriving does not account for this : Kuala Lumpur lies at the confluence of Gombak River and Klang River, and therefore should be named Kuala Gombak, since ‘ ’ kuala ’ ’ means the point where one river joins a larger one, or the ocean. Some have argued that Sungai Lumpur in fact extended polish to the confluence and therefore the item where it joined the Klang River would be Kuala Lumpur, [ 23 ] although this Sungai Lumpur is said to be another river joining the Klang River 1.5 kilometres ( 1 mile ) upstream from the Gombak confluence, or possibly located to the north of the Batu Caves area. It has besides been proposed that Kuala Lumpur was primitively named Pengkalan Lumpur ( “ muddy down target ” ) in the same way that Klang was once called Pengkalan Batu ( “ stone landing position ” ), but became corrupted into Kuala Lumpur. [ 23 ] Another hypothesis says that it was initially a yue word, lam-pa, meaning ‘flooded jungle ‘ or ‘decayed jungle ‘. There is no tauten contemporary testify for these suggestions other than anecdotes. [ 24 ] The name may besides be a corrupted mannequin of an earlier forget name .

history [edit ]

early years [edit ]

cipher specifically knows who founded or named Kuala Lumpur. chinese miners were involved in tin mine up the Selangor River in the 1840s about 16 kilometres ( 10 miles ) north of contemporary Kuala Lumpur, and Mandailing Sumatrans led by Raja Asal [ thousand ] and Sutan Puasa were besides involved in can mining and craft in the Ulu Klang region before 1860, and Sumatrans may have settled in the upper berth reaches of Klang River in the inaugural quarter of the nineteenth century, or possibly earlier. [ 23 ] [ 26 ] [ 27 ] [ 28 ] Kuala Lumpur was originally a small village of precisely a few houses and shops at the confluence of the Sungai Gombak and Sungai Klang ( Klang River ). Kuala Lumpur became established as a town circa 1857, [ 29 ] when the Malay Chief of Klang, Raja Abdullah bin Raja Jaafar, aided by his buddy Raja Juma’at of Lukut, raised funds from Malaccan Chinese businessmen to hire chinese miners from Lukut to open newfangled tin mines there. [ 30 ] [ 31 ] The miners landed at Kuala Lumpur and continued on foot to Ampang, where they opened the first gear mine. [ 32 ] Kuala Lumpur was the furthest point up the Klang River to which supplies could handily be brought by boat, and consequently became a collection and dispersion point serving the tin mines. [ 29 ]
Yap Ah Loy Kapitan Yap Ah Loy, the third base chinese Kapitan of Kuala LumpurFrank SwettenhamFrank Swettenham,
credited with Kuala Lumpur’s rapid growth and development credited with Kuala Lumpur ‘s rapid growth and development Despite a high death toll from the malarial conditions of the hobo camp, the Ampang mines succeeded, and exported the first base can in 1859. At that time, Sutan Puasa was already trading near Ampang. Two traders from Lukut, Hiu Siew and Yap Ah Sze, arrived in Kuala Lumpur and set up shops to sell provisions to miners in exchange for tin. [ 34 ] [ 35 ] The town, spurred on by tin-mining, started to develop around Old Market Square ( Medan Pasar ), with roads radiating out towards Ampang ampere well as Pudu and Batu ( the destinations became the names of these roads ), where miners had besides begun to settle in, and Petaling and Damansara. The miners formed gangs [ 37 ] and the gangs frequently fought in this period, particularly factions of Kuala Lumpur and Kanching, chiefly over restraint of the best tin mines. [ 38 ] Leaders of the Chinese community were conferred the entitle of Kapitan Cina ( Chinese headsman ) by the Malay head, and Hiu Siew, the early taiwanese trader, became the first Kapitan of Kuala Lumpur. [ 39 ] The third base taiwanese Kapitan of Kuala Lumpur, Yap Ah Loy, was appointed in 1868. [ 28 ] authoritative Malay figures of early Kuala Lumpur besides included Haji Mohamed Tahir, who became the Dato Dagang ( “ headman of traders ” ). [ 26 ] The Minangkabaus of Sumatra became another authoritative group who traded and established tobacco plantations in the sphere. luminary Minangkabaus included their headman, Dato ‘ Sati, Utsman Abdullah, [ 41 ] and Haji Mohamed Taib, who was involved in the early exploitation of Kampung Baru. [ 42 ] [ 43 ] The Minangkabaus were besides meaning socio-religious figures, for exemplar Utsman bin Abdullah was the beginning kadi of Kuala Lumpur, deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as Muhammad Nur bank identification number Ismail. [ 44 ]

Beginning of modern Kuala Lumpur [edit ]

c. 1884. To the left is the part of a bird’s-eye horizon of Kuala Lumpur. To the left is the Padang. The buildings were constructed of wood and atap before regulations enacted by Swettenham in 1884 command buildings to use bricks and tiles. The appearance of Kuala Lumpur transformed quickly in the follow years ascribable to the construction regulations. early Kuala Lumpur was a belittled town that suffered from many social and political problems – the buildings were made of wood and ‘ ’ atap ’ ’, ( handle frond thatch ). The buildings were prone to catching on arouse, and due to a miss of proper sanitation the town was plagued with diseases. It besides suffered from a constant terror of flooding due to its location. The town became embroiled in the Selangor Civil War in separate over restraint of gross from the tin mines. Yap Ah Loy allied himself with Tengku Kudin [ megabyte ], and the rival Chinese gang allied themselves with Raja Mahdi. Raja Asal and Sutan Puasa besides switched sides to Raja Mahdi, and Kuala Lumpur was captured in 1872 and burnt to the grind. Yap escaped to Klang where he assembled another fighting power and recaptured Kuala Lumpur in March 1873, defeating Raja Mahdi ’ s forces with the aid of fighters from Pahang. [ 38 ] The war and other setbacks, such as dropping tin prices, led to a slump. A major outbreak of cholera caused many to flee. The slump lasted until late 1879, when rising prices for can allowed the town to recover. [ 29 ] In belated 1881, the town was badly flooded, after a fire that had destroyed the entire town in January. The town was rebuilt a few times and thrived, due in large character to the doggedness and doggedness of Yap Ah Loy. [ 45 ] [ 46 ] Yap, in concert with Frank Swettenham who was appointed the Resident in 1882, were the two most authoritative figures of early Kuala Lumpur with Swettenham credited with its rapid emergence and growth and its transformation into a major urban centre. [ 47 ]
The early on chinese and Malay settled along the east bank of the Klang River. The taiwanese chiefly settled around the commercial center of Market Square. The Malays, and former indian Chettiars and Muslims, resided in the Java Street area, now Jalan Tun Perak. In 1880, the colonial administration moved the state das kapital of Selangor from Klang to the more strategically advantageous Kuala Lumpur, and british Resident William Bloomfield Douglas decided to locate the government buildings and living quarters to the west of the river. Government offices and a fresh police headquarters were built on Bukit Aman, and the Padang initially created for police prepare. [ 48 ] The Padang, immediately known as Merdeka Square, would later become the centre of the british administrative offices when the colonial government offices moved to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in 1897. [ 46 ] Frank Swettenham, on becoming the british Resident, began improving the town by cleaning up the streets. He besides stipulated in 1884 that buildings should be constructed of brick and tile sol that they would be less flammable, and that the town be rebuilt with wider streets to reduce fire risk. [ 47 ] [ 49 ] Kapitan Yap Ah Loy bought a sprawling piece of real estate of the realm to set up a brick factory for the rebuild of Kuala Lumpur, the eponymous Brickfields. [ 50 ] Demolished atap buildings were replaced with brick and tile buildings, and many of the new brick buildings had “ five-foot ways “ and chinese carpentry shape. This resulted in a distinct eclectic denounce firm computer architecture typical to this region. Kapitan Yap Ah Loy expanded road access, linking tin mines with the city with the chief arterial routes of the confront Ampang Road, Pudu Road and Petaling Street. [ 51 ] As chinese Kapitan, he held wide powers on a par with Malay community leaders. law reforms were implemented and fresh legal measures introduced to the fabrication. Yap besides presided over a little claims court. With a patrol force of six, he was able to uphold the dominion of law, constructing a prison that could accommodate sixty prisoners at a time. Yap Ah Loy besides built Kuala Lumpur ‘s first school and a major tapioca mill in Petaling Street, in which the Selangor ‘s Sultan Abdul Samad held an matter to. [ 52 ]
A railway line between Kuala Lumpur and Klang, initiated by Swettenham and completed in 1886, increased access and resulted in rapid growth. The population grew from 4,500 in 1884 to 20,000 in 1890. [ 29 ] As development intensified in the 1880s, putting atmospheric pressure on sanitation, barren administration and early health measures. A Sanitary Board created on 14 May 1890 was creditworthy for sanitation, road sustenance, street light up, and other functions. This would finally become the Kuala Lumpur Municipal Council. [ 53 ] In 1896, Kuala Lumpur was chosen as the capital of the newly formed Federated Malay States. [ 54 ]

20th century–present [edit ]

c. 1915–1925. An arcade of shophouses with a road carpet sweeper at exercise in the street of Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur expanded well in the twentieth hundred. It was 0.65 km2 ( 0.25 sq security service ) in 1895, but was extended to encompass 20 km2 ( 7.7 sq secret intelligence service ) in 1903. By the time it became a municipality in 1948 it had expanded to 93 km2 ( 36 sq nautical mile ), and then to 243 km2 ( 94 sq mi ) in 1974 as a Federal Territory. [ 55 ] The development of a rubberize industry in Selangor fueled by the demand for car tyres in the early twentieth century led to a boom, and the population of Kuala Lumpur increased from 30,000 in 1900 to 80,000 in 1920. [ 56 ] The commercial activities of Kuala Lumpur had been run to a large extent by chinese businessmen such as Loke Yew, who was then the richest and most influential chinese in Kuala Lumpur. The emergence of the condom industry led to an inflow of foreign capital and planters, with new companies and industries becoming established in Kuala Lumpur, and other companies previously based elsewhere besides found a presence hera. [ 56 ]
During World War II, Kuala Lumpur was captured by the Imperial japanese Army on 11 January 1942. Despite suffering little damage during the class of the struggle, the wartime occupation of the city resulted in significant loss of lives ; at least 5,000 taiwanese were killed in Kuala Lumpur in barely a few weeks of occupation by japanese forces, and thousands of Indians were sent as wedge labor to work on the Burma Railway where many died. [ 57 ] They occupied the city until 15 August 1945, when the air force officer in headman of the japanese Seventh Area Army in Singapore and Malaysia, Seishirō Itagaki, surrendered to the british administration following the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. [ 58 ] Kuala Lumpur grew during the war, and continued after the war during the Malayan Emergency ( 1948-1960 ), during which Malaya was preoccupied with a communist insurgency and New Villages were established on the outskirts of the city. [ 47 ] The first municipal election in Kuala Lumpur was held on 16 February 1952. An ad hoc confederation between the Malay UMNO and Chinese MCA party candidates won a majority of the seats, and this led to the formation of the Alliance Party ( late the Barisan Nasional ). [ 59 ] On 31 August 1957, the Federation of Malaya gained its independence from british principle. [ 60 ] The british flag was lowered and the Malayan ease up raised for the first time at the Padang at midnight on 30 August 1957, [ 61 ] and on the good morning of 31 August, the ceremony for the Declaration of Independence was held at the Merdeka Stadium by the first Prime Minister of Malaya, Tunku Abdul Rahman. Kuala Lumpur remained the capital after the formation of Malaysia on 16 September 1963. The malaysian Houses of Parliament were completed at the border of the Lake Gardens in 1963. [ 62 ]
The Majestic Theatre on Pudu Road was an early pioneer in Kuala Lumpur ‘s film view. It was converted into an entertainment parking lot in the 1990s and demolished in 2009. Kuala Lumpur had seen a number of civil disturbances over the years. A orgy in 1897 was a relatively minor affair that began with the confiscation of defective dacing ( a scale used by traders ), and in 1912, a more serious disturbance called the tauchang riot began during the chinese New year with the dilute of pigtails and ended with rioting and factional contend lasting a act of days. [ 63 ] The worst rioting on record in Malaysia, however, occurred on 13 May 1969, when race riots broke out in Kuala Lumpur. [ 64 ] The alleged 13 May Incident included fierce conflicts between members of the Malay and the chinese communities, the leave of malaysian dissatisfaction with their socio-political status. The riots caused the deaths of 196 people, according to official figures, [ 64 ] and led to major changes in the state ‘s economic policy to promote and prioritise Malay economic development over that of other ethnicities. Kuala Lumpur achieved city condition on 1 February 1972, [ 65 ] [ 66 ] becoming the foremost colony in Malaysia to be granted the status after independence. Later, on 1 February 1974, Kuala Lumpur became a federal district. [ 67 ] Kuala Lumpur ceased to be the capital of Selangor in 1978 after the city of Shah Alam was declared the new state capital. [ 68 ] On 14 May 1990, Kuala Lumpur celebrated the centennial of the local council. The new federal territory Kuala Lumpur iris and anthem were introduced. On 1 February 2001, Putrajaya was declared a Federal Territory, ampere well as the seat of the federal government. [ 69 ] The administrative and judicial functions of the politics were shifted from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya. Kuala Lumpur however still retained its legislative function, [ 70 ] and remained the home of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong ( Constitutional King ). [ 71 ]
From the 1990s onwards, major urban developments in the Klang Valley extended the Kuala Lumpur metropolitan sphere. [ 72 ] [ 73 ] This area, known as Greater Kuala Lumpur, extends from the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur westward to Port Klang, east to the border of the Titiwangsa Mountains angstrom well as to the north and south. The area covers early administratively separate towns and cities such as Klang, Shah Alam, Putrajaya and others, [ 74 ] [ 75 ] and is served by the Klang Valley Integrated Transit System. noteworthy projects undertaken within Kuala Lumpur itself include the development of a new Kuala Lumpur City Centre around Jalan Ampang and the Petronas Towers. [ 76 ]

geography [edit ]

The geography of Kuala Lumpur is characterised by the huge Klang Valley, bordered by the Titiwangsa Mountains in the east, several minor ranges in the north and the south, and the Strait of Malacca in the west. Kuala Lumpur is a Malay term that translates to “ muddy concourse ” and is located at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers. [ 77 ]
Located in the center of Selangor state, Kuala Lumpur was a territory of Selangor State Government. In 1974, Kuala Lumpur was split off from Selangor to form the first Federal Territory governed directly by the malaysian union politics. Its location in the most develop submit on the west slide of peninsular Malaysia, which has a wide stretch of flat land than the east coast, has helped it develop faster than other cities in Malaysia. [ 78 ] The municipality covers an sphere of 243 km2 ( 94 sq nautical mile ), [ 3 ] with an average elevation of 81.95 megabyte ( 268 foot 10 in ). [ 79 ]

Climate and weather [edit ]

Protected by the Titiwangsa Range in the east and Indonesia ‘s Sumatra Island in the west, Kuala Lumpur is sheltered from strong winds and has a tropical rain forest climate ( Köppen climate classification Af ), hot, humid and cheery, with abundant rain, particularly during the northeast monsoon season from October to March. Temperatures tend to remain constant. Maximums hover between 32 and 35 °C ( 90 and 95 °F ) and sometimes hit 38 °C ( 100.4 °F ), while minimums brood between 23.4 and 24.6 °C ( 74.1 and 76.3 °F ) and have never fallen below 17.8 °C ( 64.0 °F ). [ 80 ] [ 81 ] Kuala Lumpur typically receives at least 2,600 millimeter ( 100 in ) of rain annually ; June and July are relatively dry, but flush then rainfall typically exceeds 131 millimetres ( 5.2 in ) a calendar month. Floods are frequent in Kuala Lumpur after heavy downpours, specially in the city concentrate, because irrigation social organization lags behind the intense growth in the city. [ 82 ] Smoke from forest fires in nearby Sumatra sometimes casts a haze over the region, and is a major reservoir of contamination, along with exposed burning, motive fomite emissions, and construction. [ 83 ]

Climate data for Kuala Lumpur
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 38.0
(100.4)
36.2
(97.2)
36.7
(98.1)
37.2
(99.0)
38.5
(101.3)
36.6
(97.9)
36.3
(97.3)
38.0
(100.4)
35.8
(96.4)
37.0
(98.6)
36.0
(96.8)
35.5
(95.9)
38.5
(101.3)
Average high °C (°F) 32.0
(89.6)
32.8
(91.0)
33.1
(91.6)
33.1
(91.6)
33.0
(91.4)
32.8
(91.0)
32.8
(91.0)
32.3
(90.1)
32.1
(89.8)
32.0
(89.6)
31.7
(89.1)
31.5
(88.7)
32.4
(90.3)
Daily mean °C (°F) 27.7
(81.9)
28.2
(82.8)
28.6
(83.5)
28.7
(83.7)
28.8
(83.8)
28.6
(83.5)
28.1
(82.6)
28.1
(82.6)
28.0
(82.4)
28.0
(82.4)
27.8
(82.0)
27.6
(81.7)
28.2
(82.8)
Average low °C (°F) 23.4
(74.1)
23.6
(74.5)
24.0
(75.2)
24.3
(75.7)
24.6
(76.3)
24.3
(75.7)
23.8
(74.8)
23.9
(75.0)
23.8
(74.8)
24.0
(75.2)
23.8
(74.8)
23.6
(74.5)
23.9
(75.0)
Record low °C (°F) 17.8
(64.0)
18.0
(64.4)
18.9
(66.0)
20.6
(69.1)
20.5
(68.9)
19.1
(66.4)
20.1
(68.2)
20.0
(68.0)
21.0
(69.8)
20.0
(68.0)
20.7
(69.3)
19.0
(66.2)
17.8
(64.0)
Average precipitation mm (inches) 193
(7.6)
198
(7.8)
257
(10.1)
290
(11.4)
197
(7.8)
131
(5.2)
148
(5.8)
162
(6.4)
214
(8.4)
265
(10.4)
321
(12.6)
252
(9.9)
2,628
(103.4)
Average rainy days 17 17 19 20 18 14 16 16 19 21 24 22 223
Average relative humidity (%) 80 80 80 82 81 80 79 79 81 82 84 83 81
Mean monthly sunshine hours 185.0 192.4 207.9 198.8 206.8 194.4 200.2 189.0 163.8 169.1 152.3 162.6 2,222.3
Source 1: Pogodaiklimat.ru[81]
Source 2: NOAA (sunshine hours, 1961–1990)[84]
Climate data for Kuala Lumpur
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Mean daily daylight hours 12.0 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.3 12.3 12.2 12.1 12.0 12.0 11.9 12.1
Average Ultraviolet index 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
Source: Weather Atlas[85]

administration [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur was administered by a corporation sole called the Federal Capital Commissioner from April 1, 1961, until it was awarded city condition in 1972, after which administrator power transferred to the Lord Mayor ( Datuk Bandar ). [ 86 ] Thirteen mayors have been appointed since then. The current mayor is Datuk Mahadi Che Ngah, who has been in office since October 1, 2020. [ 87 ]

local politics [edit ]

The local administration is carried out by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, an representation under the Federal Territories Ministry of Malaysia. [ 86 ] It is responsible for public health and sanitation, waste removal and management, town planning, environmental protection and construction operate, social and economic development, and general maintenance functions of urban infrastructure. Executive world power lies with the mayor in the city hall, who is appointed for three years by the Federal Territories Minister. This system of appointing the mayor has been in identify ever since the local government elections were suspended in 1970. [ 88 ]

Districts [edit ]

Districts ( divisions ) of Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur ‘s eleven parliamentary constituencies, with estimated population and share of the full, are congruent with administrative subdivisions under the authority of the Kuala Lumpur City Hall authority. [ 89 ] These 11 districts can be divided into 29 subdistricts .

Politics [edit ]

Political party
Kuala Lumpur is home to the Parliament of Malaysia. The federal Constitution stipulates the three branches of the malaysian government : the Executive, Judiciary and Legislative branches. The Parliament consists of the Dewan Negara ( Upper House / House of Senate ) and Dewan Rakyat ( Lower House / House of Representatives ). [ 11 ] list of Kuala Lumpur representatives in the Federal Parliament ( Dewan Rakyat )

economy [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur and its surrounding urban areas form the most industrialize and economically, the fastest-growing region in Malaysia. [ 90 ] Despite the move of federal government administration to Putrajaya, certain government institutions such as Bank Negara Malaysia ( National Bank of Malaysia ), Companies Commission of Malaysia and Securities Commission a well as most embassies and diplomatic missions have remained in the city. [ 91 ] The city remains the economic and business hub of the area. Kuala Lumpur is a center for finance, policy, very estate, media and the arts of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur is rated the alone ball-shaped city in Malaysia, according to the Globalization and World Cities Study Group and Network ( GaWC ). [ 92 ] The infrastructure development in the surrounding areas such as the Kuala Lumpur International Airport at Sepang, the creation of the Multimedia Super Corridor and the expansion of Port Klang far reinforce the economic meaning of the city .
The Merdeka 118 is the tallest construction in Southeast Asia and it is the second tall build in the world, after Burj Khalifa Bursa Malaysia or the Malaysia Exchange is based in the city and forms one of its core economic activities. As of July 5, 2013, the marketplace capitalization stood at US $ 505.67 billion. [ 93 ]
The gross domestic product ( GDP ) for Kuala Lumpur is estimated at RM73,536 million in 2008 with an average annual growth pace of 5.9 percentage. [ 94 ] [ 95 ] By 2015, the GDP had reached RM160,388 million, representing 15.1 % of the full GDP of Malaysia. [ 96 ] The per head GDP for Kuala Lumpur in 2013 was RM79,752 with an average annual growth rate of 5.6 percentage, [ 97 ] and RM94,722 in 2015. [ 96 ] Average monthly family income is RM9,073 ( ~ $ 2,200 ) as of 2016, growing at a pace of approximately 6 % a year. [ 98 ] The service sector, comprising finance, policy, real estate, business services, wholesale and retail deal, restaurants and hotels, transport, storehouse and communication, utilities, personal services and politics services form the largest component of employment, representing about 83.0 percentage of the full. [ 99 ] The remaining 17 percentage comes from manufacture and construction. The boastfully service sector is discernible in the issue of local and foreign banks and policy companies operating in the city. Kuala Lumpur is poised to become the ball-shaped Islamic financing hub [ 100 ] with an increasing number of fiscal institutions providing Islamic financing and the potent presence of Gulf fiscal institutions such as the world ‘s largest Islamic bank, the Al-Rajhi Bank [ 101 ] and Kuwait Finance House. Apart from that, the Dow Jones & Company is keen to work with Bursa Malaysia to set up Islamic Exchange Trade Funds ( ETFs ), which would help raise Malaysia ‘s profile in the Gulf. [ 102 ] The city has a large number of foreign corporations and is besides host to many multi national companies ‘ regional offices or defend centres, particularly for finance and report, and information engineering functions. Most of the country ‘s largest companies have their headquarters hera, and as of December 2007 and excluding Petronas, there are 14 companies that are listed in Forbes 2000 based in Kuala Lumpur. [ 103 ] early important economic activities in the city are education and health services. Kuala Lumpur besides has advantages stemming from the high concentration of educational institutions that provide a wide-ranging of courses. numerous public and private aesculapian specialist centres and hospitals in the city offer general health services, and a wide range of specialist surgery and treatment that caters to locals and tourists. There has been growing vehemence on expanding the economic telescope of the city in other service activities, such as research and development, which support the rest of the economy of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has been home for years to crucial inquiry centres such as the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia, the Forest Research Institute Malaysia and the Institute of Medical Research. [ 104 ] A newfangled fiscal district for Kuala Lumpur is presently under construction : the Tun Razak Exchange ( TRX ), once known as Kuala Lumpur International Financial District ( KLIFD ). The TRX ‘s landmark and big build is The Exchange 106 tower. The 70-acre exploitation will be situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and will serve international finance and business opportunities. The new fiscal hub is a strategic enabler of the malaysian government ‘s Economic Transformation Programme ( ETP ), an inaugural by the malaysian government to turn Malaysia into a high income economy nation .

tourism [edit ]

Istana Negara or known as National Palace in Kuala Lumpur, the official residence of the Theor known as National Palace in Kuala Lumpur, the official residency of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tourism plays an important function in the city ‘s service-driven economy. many large cosmopolitan hotel chains have a presence in the city. One of the oldest hotels is the Hotel Majestic. Kuala Lumpur is the sixth most visit city in the earth, with 8.9 million tourists per year. [ 105 ] [ 106 ] tourism here is driven by the city ‘s cultural diverseness, relatively low costs, and broad gastronomic and shopping diverseness. MICE tourism, which chiefly encompasses conventions — has expanded in late years to become a vital part of the industry, and is expected to grow promote once the malaysian government ‘s Economic Transformation Programme kicks in, and with the completion of a raw 93,000 square meter-size MATRADE Centre in 2014. [ 107 ] The MATRADE agency is besides the owner of the Malaysia International Trade And Exhibition Centre ( MITEC ), the largest trade and exhibition center of Malaysia, which is a component of the larger KL Metropolis development situated in the suburb of Segambut. Another celebrated tendency is the increased presence of budget hotels in the city . The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a historic build designed in the moorish style and once housed respective government offices. The major tourist destinations in Kuala Lumpur include the Petronas Twin Towers, the Bukit Bintang shopping district, the Kuala Lumpur Tower, Petaling Street ( Chinatown ), the Merdeka Square, the Kuala Lumpur railway station, the House of Parliament building, the National Palace ( Istana Negara ), the National Museum, the Royal Museum, Islamic Arts Museum, Central Market, KL Bird Park, Aquaria KLCC, KL River of Life, Saloma Link, the National Monument, and religious sites such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque, Thean Hou Temple and Buddhist Maha Vihara in Brickfields. [ 108 ] Kuala Lumpur plays host to many cultural festivals such as the Thaipusam emanation at the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. Every year during the Thaipusam celebration, a silver chariot carrying the statue of Lord Muruga together with his consort Valli and Teivayanni would be paraded through the city begin at the temple all the direction to Batu Caves in the neighbor Gombak, Selangor. [ 109 ] The entertainment hub of the city is chiefly centred in the Golden Triangle encompassing Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Ampang Road and Bintang Walk deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as Kuala Lumpur ‘s largest nightlife and entertainment hot spot, TREC KL. Trendy cabaret, bars and lounges, such as Marini ‘s on 57, Skybar at Traders Hotel, the Beach Club, Espanda, the Hakka Republic Wine Bar & Restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe, the Luna Bar, Nuovo, Rum Jungle, No Black Tie, the Thai Club, Zion Club, Zouk KL, Club Kyō, Dragonfly KL and many others are located here .

retail [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur alone has 66 shop malls and is the retail and fashion hub of both Malaysia and Southeast Asia. [ 110 ] denounce in Malaysia contributed RM7.7 billion ( US $ 2.26 billion ) or 20.8 percentage of the RM31.9 billion tourism receipts in 2006. [ 111 ] Suria KLCC is one of Malaysia ‘s premier upscale shop destinations due to its localization beneath the Petronas Twin Towers. Apart from Suria KLCC, the Bukit Bintang zone has the highest concentration of shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur. It includes : pavilion KL, Fahrenheit 88, Plaza Low Yat, Berjaya Times Square, Lot 10, Sungei Wang Plaza, Starhill Gallery, Quill City Mall and Avenue K. [ 112 ] Changkat area of Bukit Bintang hosts respective cafes, alfresco dining outlets, illegal activities such as prostitution and more. It is best known as one of the red-light districts in Kuala Lumpur. Bangsar district besides has a few shop complexes, including Bangsar Village, Bangsar Shopping Centre, KL Gateway Mall, Bangsar South, KL Eco City and Mid Valley Megamall. apart from shopping complexes, Kuala Lumpur has designated numerous zones in the city to grocery store locally manufactured products such as textiles, fabrics and handicrafts. The Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, normally known as Petaling Street, is one of them. Chinatown features many pre-independence buildings with Straits Chinese and colonial architectural influences. [ 113 ] [ 114 ] Since 2000, the malaysian Ministry of Tourism introduced a mega sale event for shopping in Malaysia. The mega sale event is held three times a year – in March, May and December – in which all denounce malls are encouraged to participate to boost Kuala Lumpur as a leading denounce finish in Asia which has been maintained until present with newfangled mega sales. [ 115 ]

Demographics [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur is the most populous city in Malaysia, with a population of 1.76 million in the city proper as of 2016. [ 116 ] It has a population concentration of 6,696 inhabitants per feather kilometer ( 17,340/sq nautical mile ), and is the most dumbly populated administrative district in Malaysia. [ 3 ] Residents of the city are colloquially known as KLites. [ 117 ] Kuala Lumpur is besides the center of the across-the-board Klang Valley metropolitan area covering Petaling Jaya, Klang, Subang Jaya, Puchong, Shah Alam, and Gombak, with an estimated metropolitan population of 7.25 million as of 2017. [ 118 ] Kuala Lumpur ‘s heterogeneous populace includes the nation ‘s three major heathen groups : the Malays, the Chinese and the Indians, although the city besides has a mix of different cultures including Eurasians, Kadazans, Ibans and other autochthonal races from around Malaysia. [ 99 ] [ 119 ]

diachronic demographics [edit ]

Ethnicities of Kuala Lumpur – 2015 Population Quick Info[120]
Ethnic group Percent
Malay 40.32%
Chinese 36.90%
Indians 8.62%
Others 0.98%
Non-Malaysian 13.18%

historically Kuala Lumpur was a predominantly chinese city, although more recently the Bumiputera component of the city has grown well and they are immediately the dominant allele group. The Kuala Lumpur of 1872 beside the Klang River was described by Frank Swettenham as a “ strictly chinese village ”, although a Malay concentration camp already existed at Bukit Nanas at that clock. [ 26 ] By 1875, after participation in the Selangor Civil War by Pahang Malays had ended, Swettenham noted Malay quarters near the chinese area in a cartoon map he had drawn. There were said to be 1,000 Chinese and 700 Malays in the township in this period. many of the Malays may have settled in Kuala Lumpur after the war. [ 26 ] The population of Kuala Lumpur had increased to around three thousand in 1880 when it was made the capital of Selangor. [ 122 ] A meaning component of the Malay population in Kuala Lumpur of this period consisted of Malays recruited by the british in 1880, largely from rural Malacca, to establish a patrol storm of 2–300, many of whom brought their families. Many of the Malays were originally from the other islands of Malay Archipelago i.e. Sumatra and Java. The Mandailings, the Minangkabaus, Javanese, and Buginese began arriving in Kuala Lumpur in the nineteenth hundred, while the Acehnese arrived in the recently twentieth hundred. [ 124 ] In the play along decades that saw the rebuilding of the town, it grew well with a big inflow of immigrants, ascribable in big depart to the construction of a railroad track line in 1886 connecting Kuala Lumpur and Klang. [ 29 ] A census in 1891 of uncertain accuracy gave a name of 43,796 inhabitants, 79 % of whom were Chinese ( 71 % of the Chinese were Hakka 客家人 ), 14 % Malay, and 6 % amerind. [ 122 ] Another possibly more accurate calculate put the population of Kuala Lumpur in 1890 at 20,000. [ 29 ] The condom boom in the early twentieth hundred led to a far increase in population, from 30,000 in 1900 to 80,000 in 1920. [ 56 ] In 1931, 61 % of Kuala Lumpur ‘s 111,418 inhabitants were chinese, [ 125 ] and in 1947 63.5 %. The Malays however began to settle in Kuala Lumpur in significant numbers, in depart due to government employment, a well as the expansion of the city that absorbed the surrounding rural areas where many Malays lived. between 1947 and 1957 the population of Malays in Kuala Lumpur increased from 12.5 to 15 %, while the proportion of Chinese dropped. [ 126 ] The process continued after Malayan independence with the growth of a largely Malay civil avail, and late the implementation of the New Economic Policy which encouraged Malay participation in urban industries and occupation. In 1980 the population of Kuala Lumpur had reached over a million, [ 55 ] with 52 % Chinese, 33 % Malay, and 15 % indian. [ 127 ] From 1980 to 2000 the number of Bumiputeras increased by 77 %, but the Chinese still outnumbered the Bumiputeras in Kuala Lumpur in the 2000 census at 43 % compared to 38 %. [ 99 ] [ 65 ] By the 2010 census, according to the Department of Statistics and excluding non-citizens, the percentage of the Bumiputera population in Kuala Lumpur had reached around 45.9 % ( 44.7 % Malay ), with the chinese population at 43.2 % and Indians 10.3 %. [ 121 ] A noteworthy phenomenon in holocene times has been the increase fortune of alien residents in Kuala Lumpur, which rose from 1 % of the city ‘s population in 1980 to about 8 % in the 2000 census, and 9.4 % in the 2010 census. [ 99 ] [ 121 ] These figures besides do not include a significant act of illegal immigrants. [ 128 ] Kuala Lumpur ‘s rapid development has triggered a huge inflow of low-skilled extraneous workers from Indonesia, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia into Malaysia, many of whom enter the state illegally or without proper permits. [ 129 ] [ 130 ] parturition rates in Kuala Lumpur have declined and resulted in a lower proportion of young people – the proportion of those below 15 years honest-to-god fell from 33 % in 1980 to slenderly less than 27 % in 2000. [ 99 ] On the other hand, the work age group of 15–59 increased from 63 % in 1980 to 67 % in 2000. [ 99 ] The aged age group, 60 years old and above has increased from 4 % in 1980 and 1991 to 6 % in 2000. [ 99 ]

Languages and religions [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur is pluralistic and religiously divers. The city has many places of worship provide to the multi-religious population. Islam is practised chiefly by the Malays, the indian Muslim communities and a little number of chinese Muslims. Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism are practised chiefly among the Chinese. Indians traditionally stand by to Hinduism. Some chinese and Indians besides subscribe to Christianity. [ 131 ] As of the 2010 Census, the population of Kuala Lumpur was 46.4 % Muslim, 35.7 % Buddhist, 8.5 % Hindu, 5.8 % Christian, 1.4 % of unknown affiliations, 1.1 % taoist or chinese religion adherent, 0.6 % follower of other religions, and 0.5 % non-religious. Kuala Lumpur is one of the three states where less than 50 % of the population are self-identified Muslims, the early two being Penang and Sarawak. Statistics from the 2010 Census indicate that 87.4 % of the taiwanese population identify as Buddhists, with significant minorities of adherents identifying as Christians ( 7.9 % ), chinese tribe religions ( 2.7 % ) and Muslims ( 0.6 % ). The majority of the indian population name as Hindus ( 81.1 % ), with a significant minorities of identifying as Christians ( 7.8 % ), Muslims ( 4.9 % ) and Buddhists ( 2.1 % ). The non-Malay bumiputera community are predominantly Christians ( 44.9 % ), with significant minorities identifying as Muslims ( 31.2 % ) and Buddhists ( 13.5 % ). All bumiputera Malays are Muslim ; [ 132 ] due to the standard in the definition of a Malay in the malaysian fundamental law that they should adhere to Islam. [ 133 ] Bahasa Malaysia is the principal speech in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur residents are broadly literate in English, with a large proportion adopting it as their first linguistic process. malaysian English is a widely used. [ 134 ] It has a strong presence, specially in business, and is taught as a compulsory lyric in schools. [ 119 ] Cantonese and Mandarin are outstanding, as they are spoken by the local anesthetic majority Chinese population. [ 135 ] Another major dialect spoken is Hakka. While Tamil is dominant amongst the local indian population, other indian languages spoken by minorities include Telugu, Malayalam, Punjabi, and Hindi. [ 136 ] Beside Malay, there are a variety of languages spoken by people of indonesian descent, such as Minangkabau [ 137 ] and Javanese .

cityscape [edit ]

architecture [edit ]

The computer architecture of Kuala Lumpur is a mix of honest-to-god colonial influences, asian traditions, Malay Islamic inspirations, advanced, and postmodernist computer architecture. [ 138 ] A relatively young city compared with early Southeast asian capitals such as Bangkok, Jakarta and Manila, most of Kuala Lumpur ‘s luminary colonial-era buildings were built toward the end of the 19th and early twentieth centuries. These buildings were designed in a count of styles – Mughal / Moorish Revival, Mock Tudor, Neo-Gothic or Grecian-Spanish style or computer architecture. [ 139 ] Most of the style has been modified to use local resources and adapted to the local anesthetic climate, which is hot and humid all year around. A significant architect of the early time period is Arthur Benison Hubback who designed a issue of the colonial-era buildings including the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and Jamek Mosque .
prior to the moment World War, many shophouses, normally two stories with functional shops on the ground deck and separate residential spaces upstairs, were built around the old city concentrate. These shop-houses drew inspiration from Straits Chinese and european traditions. [ 113 ] [ 114 ] Some of these shophouses have made way for newfangled developments but there are still many standing today in the Medan Pasar Besar ( Old Market Square ), Chinatown, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Doraisamy, Bukit Bintang and Tengkat Tong Shin areas .
Jamek Mosque (Masjid Jamek) is one of the oldest ) is one of the oldest mosques even standing in Kuala Lumpur, built in 1909.

independence coupled with rapid economic emergence from the 1970s to the 1990s and with Islam being the official religion in the nation, has resulted in the construction of buildings with a more local and Islamic flavour arise around the city. many of these buildings derive their design from traditional Malay items such as the songkok and the keris. Some of these buildings have Islamic geometric motifs integrated into the designs of the build, due to Islamic restrictions on imitate nature through drawings. [ 140 ] Examples of these buildings are Telekom Tower, Maybank Tower, Dayabumi Complex, and the Islamic Centre. [ 141 ] Some buildings such as the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia and National Planetarium have been built to masquerade as a place of worship, complete with dome and minaret, when in fact they are places of skill and cognition. The 452-metre ( 1,483 foot ) Petronas Towers are the tallest duplicate buildings in the world and the tallest buildings in the nation. [ 142 ] They were designed to resemble motifs found in Islamic artwork. [ 143 ] recently modern and postmodernist architecture began to appear in the late-1990s and early-2000s. With economic development, old buildings such as Bok House have been razed to make means for new ones. Buildings with all-glass shells exist throughout the city, with the most big examples being the Petronas Towers and Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Kuala Lumpur ‘s central clientele district today has shifted to the Kuala Lumpur city center ( KLCC ) where many newly and tall buildings with modern and postmodernist architecture fill the horizon. According to the World Tallest 50 Urban Agglomeration 2010 Projection by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Kuala Lumpur ranks 10th among cities that have most buildings above 100 metres with a combined acme of 34,035 metres from its 244 high originate buildings. [ 144 ]

Parks [edit ]

The Lake Gardens, a 92-hectare ( 230-acre ) botanic garden, was the first recreational park created in Kuala Lumpur. The malaysian Parliament building is located near by, and Carcosa Seri Negara, which was once the official residency of British colonial government, is besides sited here. The parking lot includes a butterfly parking lot, deer parking lot, orchid garden, a hibiscus garden, and the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, which is the populace ‘s largest aviary bird park. [ 145 ] other parks in the city include the ASEAN Sculpture Garden, KLCC Park, Titiwangsa Lake Gardens, Metropolitan Lake Gardens in Kepong, the Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Taman Tasik Permaisuri ( Queen ‘s Lake Gardens ), Bukit Kiara Botanical Gardens, the equestrian parking lot and West Valley Park near TTDI, and Bukit Jalil International Park. There are three forest reserves within the city, the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve in the city concentrate, the oldest gazette forest reserve in the state 10.52 hour angle or 26.0 acres, Bukit Sungai Putih Forest Reserve ( 7.41 hour angle or 18.3 acres ) and Bukit Sungai Besi Forest Reserve ( 42.11 hour angle or 104.1 acres ). Bukit Nanas, in the heart of the city center, is one of the oldest virgin forests in the world within a city. [ 146 ] These residual afforest areas are home plate to a number of animal species, particularly monkeys, treeshrews, pygmy goats, budgerigars, squirrels and birds. There is another park in close vicinity to Kuala Lumpur i.e. Templer Park initiated and opened by Sir Gerald Templer in 1954 during the “ Emergency ” time. [ 147 ]

education [edit ]

According to government statistics, Kuala Lumpur has a literacy rate of 97.5 % in 2000, the highest rate in any country or district in Malaysia. [ 148 ] In Malaysia, Malay is the lyric of education for most subjects while English is a compulsory discipline, but as of 2012, English is silent the language of teaching for mathematics and the natural sciences for certain schools. Some schools provide direction in Mandarin and Tamil for certain subjects. [ 149 ] Kuala Lumpur contains 14 third education institutions, 79 high schools, 155 elementary schools and 136 kindergartens. [ 150 ] several institutions in the city are more than 100 years old — such as Bukit Bintang Girls ‘ School ( 1893–2000, relocated to Taman Shamelin Perkasa in Cheras and renamed GIS Garden International school Seri Bintang Utara ), the Victoria Institution ( 1893 ) ; Methodist Girls ‘ School ( 1896 ) ; Methodist Boys ‘ School ( 1897 ) ; Convent Bukit Nanas ( 1899 ), St. John ‘s Institution ( 1904 ), confucian Private Secondary School ( 1906 ), Kuen Cheng High School ( 1908 ), Tsun Jin High School ( 1913 ) and Maxwell School ( 1917 ) .
Kuala Lumpur is home to the University of Malaya ( UM ). Established in 1949, it is the oldest university in Malaysia, and one of the oldest in the region. [ 151 ] It was ranked the best university in Malaysia, the 22nd best in Asia, and 3rd in Southeast Asia in QS World University Rankings 2019. [ 152 ] In late years, the count of international students at the University of Malaya has risen, as a result of increasing efforts made to attract more international students. [ 153 ] other universities located in Kuala Lumpur include Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman ( UTAR ), International Islamic University Malaysia ( IIUM ), Tunku Abdul Rahman University College ( TARUC ), UCSI University ( UCSI ), Taylor ‘s University ( TULC ), International Medical University ( IMU ), Open University Malaysia ( OUM ), Kuala Lumpur University ( UniKL ), Perdana University ( PU ), Wawasan Open University ( WOU ), HELP University and the arm campus of the National University of Malaysia ( UKM ) and University of Technology Malaysia ( UTM ). The National Defence University of Malaysia is located at Sungai Besi Army Base, at the southern separate of central Kuala Lumpur. It was established to be a major center for military and defense engineering studies. This initiation covers studies for the army, united states navy, and air force. [ 154 ] Greater Kuala Lumpur covers an even more extensive choice of universities including several international branches such as Monash University Malaysia Campus, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and Xiamen University Malaysia .

culture [edit ]

Arts [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur is a hub for cultural activities and events in Malaysia. Among the centres is the National Museum, which is situated along the Mahameru Highway. Its collection comprises artefacts and paintings collected throughout the area. [ 155 ] The Islamic Arts Museum, which houses more than seven thousand Islamic artefacts including rare exhibits and a library of Islamic art books, is the largest muslim arts solicitation in Southeast Asia. [ 156 ] The museum ‘s solicitation not only concentrates on works from the Middle East, but besides includes exploit from elsewhere in Asia, such as China and Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur has a craft complex coupled with a museum that displays a assortment of fabric, ceramic, metal craft and weave products. information on the product march is portrayed in panorama format complete with historical facts, proficiency and traditionally engineered equipment. Among the processes shown are pottery reach, intricate wood carve, silver-smithing, weaving songket fabric, stamping batik patterns on fabric, and boat-making. [ 157 ] Royal Selangor has an extremist modern visitor ‘s center, which allows tours to be conducted through its pewter museum, gallery and factory. In its pewter-smithing workshop, “ The School of Hard Knocks ”, participants are taught to create their own pewter dish using traditional tools and methods. The premier performing arts venue is the Petronas Philharmonic Hall located underneath the Petronas Towers. The resident orchestra is the malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra ( MPO ), consisting of musicians from all over the populace, and features regular concerts, bedroom concerts and traditional cultural performances. [ 158 ] The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre ( KLPac ) in Sentul West and Damansara Performing Arts Centre ( DPac ) in Damansara Perdana are two of the most install centres in the state for the perform arts, notably field, plays, music, and film screen. It has housed many local productions and has been a assistant of local and regional independent performance artists. [ 159 ] The Future Music Festival Asia has been held in the city since 2012, featuring local and international artists. [ 160 ] The National Art Gallery of Malaysia is located on Jalan Temerloh, murder Jalan Tun Razak on a 5.67-hectare ( 14.0-acre ) site neighbouring the National Theatre ( Istana Budaya ) and National Library. The computer architecture of the gallery incorporates elements of traditional Malay architecture, ampere well as contemporary modern architecture. The National Art Gallery serves as a centre of excellence and is a trustee of the national art inheritance. The Petronas Art Gallery, another center for fine art, is situated in Kuala Lumpur City Centre ( KLCC ). The Ilham Tower Gallery near Ampang Park houses exhibitions of works by local and extraneous artists. Kuala Lumpur holds the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival per annum. [ 161 ] Another event hosted annually by the city is the Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week, [ 162 ] which includes international brands and local designers. Kuala Lumpur besides is becoming the concentrate for modern media, invention and creative industry development in the area and hosts the international creative industry event Kreative.Asia, which gathers local, regional and international experts in the creative industry who are involved in the universe, growth and pitch of synergistic content, arts, community and applications. Kuala Lumpur is at the vanguard of the convergence of media, art, culture and communications .

Sports and diversion [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur has numerous parks, gardens and open spaces for amateur purposes. full open quad for recreational and sport facilities land use in the city has increased importantly by 169.6 percentage from 5.86 feather kilometres ( 1,450 acres ) in 1984 to 15.8 square kilometres ( 3,900 acres ) in 2000. [ 163 ] Kuala Lumpur was touted as one of the host cities for the Formula One World championship from 1999 to 2017. [ 164 ] The open-wheel car racing A1 Grand Prix [ 165 ] was held until the series folded in 2009. The Motorcycle Grand Prix [ 166 ] races are held at the Sepang International Circuit in Sepang in the neighbor department of state of Selangor. The Formula One consequence contributed significantly to tourist arrivals and tourism income to Kuala Lumpur. This was apparent during the asian fiscal crisis in 1998. Despite cities around Asia suffering declining tourist arrivals, in Kuala Lumpur tourist arrivals increased from 6,210,900 in 1997 to 10,221,600 in 2000, or 64.6 %. [ 167 ] In 2015, the Kuala Lumpur Street Circuit was constructed to host the Kuala Lumpur City Grand Prix centrifugal racing event. football is one of the most popular sports in Kuala Lumpur. The Merdeka Tournament is chiefly held at Stadium Merdeka. The city is besides the base of Kuala Lumpur City, which plays in the Malaysia Super League. Kuala Lumpur hosted the official asian Basketball Championship in 1965, 1977 and 1985. The city ‘s basketball supporters cheered Malaysia ‘s national basketball team to a Final Four polish in 1985, the team ‘s best operation to date. Further, the city is home to the Kuala Lumpur Dragons, 2016 Champions of the ASEAN Basketball League. [ 168 ] The team plays its base games in the MABA Stadium. KL Grand Prix CSI 5*, [ 169 ] a five-star international showjumping horseman event, is held annually in the city. This annual event draws the earth ‘s acme riders and their prize horses to Malaysia. other annual sport events hosted by the city include the KL Tower Run, [ 170 ] the KL Tower International BASE Jump Merdeka Circuit and the Kuala Lumpur International Marathon. Kuala Lumpur is besides one of the stages of the Tour de Langkawi cycling race. [ 171 ] The annual Malaysia Open Super Series badminton tournament is held in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur has a considerable align of international class sports facilities after hosting the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Many of these facilities, including the chief stadium ( with running racetrack and a football field ), field hockey stadium and swimming pools located in the National Sports Complex at Bukit Jalil while a velodrome and more liquid pools are located in Bandar Tun Razak, following to the Taman Tasik Permaisuri Lake Gardens. There are besides football fields, local sports complexes, swimming pools and tennis courts scattered around the suburb. Badminton and ‘ takraw ‘ courts are normally included in community halls. The AFC House—current headquarters of the Asian Football Confederation—is built on a 4-acre ( 1.6 hour angle ) complex in the Kuala Lumpur suburb of Bukit Jalil. Kuala Lumpur has several golf courses including the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club ( KLGCC ) and the Malaysia Civil Service Golf Club in Kiara and the Berjaya Golf Course at Bukit Jalil. The city besides has numerous large secret fitness centres run by Celebrity Fitness, Fitness First, True Fitness and major five-star hotels. Kuala Lumpur is besides the birthplace of Hashing, which began in December 1938 when a group of british colonial officers and expatriates, some from the Selangor Club, began meeting on Monday evenings to run, in a fashion patterned after the traditional british Paper Chase or “ Hare and Hounds ”. [ 172 ] Kuala Lumpur hosted the 128th IOC Session in 2015 where the IOC elected Beijing as the master of ceremonies city of the 2022 Winter Olympics [ 173 ] and Lausanne as the host city of the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics. [ 174 ]

Media [edit ]

Kuala Lumpur daily, business, and digital papers include The Malaysian Reserve, The Edge, The Star, New Straits Times, The Sun, Malay Mail, Berita Harian, and Harian Metro. Mandarin and Tamil newspapers are besides published daily, for exemplar Sin Chew Daily, China Press, Nanyang Siang Pau and Tamil Nesan, Malaysia Nanban, and Makkal Osai. Kuala Lumpur is besides the headquarters for Malaysia ‘s express media public government terrestrial television stations : TV1 and TV2, the subsidiaries of RTM, television Alhijrah, a auxiliary of Alhijrah Media Corporation, and Media Prima Berhad, a media corporation that houses the private commercial tellurian television stations : TV3, NTV7, 8TV and TV9. Programmes are broadcast in Malay, English, Chinese and Tamil .
The city is home to the nation ‘s main pay television serve, Astro, a satellite television receiver service. Kuala Lumpur female prima donna pop singers include Elizabeth Tan, Ernie Zakri and Azira Shafinaz. Kuala Lumpur has been featured in aspects of popular culture such as movies, television, music and books. television series set in Kuala Lumpur include A Tale of 2 Cities ( starring Rui En and Joanne Peh ). Movies set in Kuala Lumpur include Police Story 3: Super Cop ( starring Jackie Chan and Michelle Yeoh ) and Entrapment ( starring Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones ), in which the Petronas Towers were depicted in flames for a few seconds. [ 175 ] Books set in Kuala Lumpur include KL 24/7 by Ida M Rahim, Shireen Zainudin and Rizal Zainudin, [ 176 ] My Life As a Fake by Peter Carey, and Democracy by Joan Didion. [ 177 ] A few celebrated local films featured Kuala Lumpur as backdrop location, such as Masam-masam Manis ( 1965 ), Keluarga Si Comat ( 1973 ), Jiwa Remaja ( 1976 ), Abang ( 1981 ), Matinya Seorang Patriot ( 1984 ), Kembara Seniman Jalanan ( 1986 ), Orang Kampung Otak Kimia ( 1988 ), Hati Bukan Kristal ( 1990 ), Mat Som ( 1990 ), Mira Edora ( 1990 ), Femina ( 1993 ), Maria Mariana ( 1996 ), Hanya Kawan ( 1997 ), KLU ( 1999 ), Soal Hati ( 2000 ), KL Menjerit ( 2002 ), Laila Isabella ( 2003 ), Gangster ( 2005 ), Gol & Gincu ( 2005 ), Remp-it ( 2006 ), Cinta ( 2006 ), Anak Halal ( 2007 ) Evolusi KL Drift ( 2008 ), Adnan Sempit ( 2010 ), KL Gangster ( 2011 ), Kepong Gangster ( 2012 ), Lagenda Budak Setan 2: Katerina ( 2012 ) and Kolumpo ( 2013 ). A few local anesthetic films featured Kuala Lumpur during the historical earned run average, such as 1975: Hati Malaya ( 2007 ), Petaling Streets Warrior ( 2011 ) and Tanda Putera ( 2013 ). Kuala Lumpur is mentioned in many songs by local malaysian artists, such as “ Keroncong Kuala Lumpur ‘ ” by P. Ramlee, “ Kuala Lumpur, Ibu Kota ” by Saloma, “ Chow Kit Road ” by Sudirman Arshad, “ Senyumlah Kuala Lumpur ” by Alleycats, “ Streets of Kuala Lumpur ” by Murkyway, “ K.L. ” by Vandal, “ Kuala Lumpur ” by Poetic Ammo, “ Anak Dara ” by Azmyl Yunor, “ KL ” ‘ by Too Phat, “ Kotarayaku ” by Hujan and Altimet, and “ Lagu Untuk Kuala Lumpur ” by Tom. Kuala Lumpur was one of the destinations in The Amazing Race Asia and The Amazing Race. [ 178 ] Video games have besides been set in Kuala Lumpur, including three levels of Hitman 2: Silent Assassin and two tracks in the rush game Burnout Dominator. A world game show set in Kuala Lumpur from February until April 2013 was aired on AXN Asia. The Apprentice Asia was launched on 22 May 2013 .

transportation [edit ]

Rukun Negara, the Malaysian national pledge, at the Upper Concourse Level of The cosmetic relief wall portraying the, the malaysian national pledge, at the Upper Concourse Level of Merdeka MRT station As in most other asian cities, drive is the main commute choice in Kuala Lumpur. [ 179 ] Every separate of the city is well connected with highways. Kuala Lumpur has a comprehensive examination road network with more exile development planned. [ 180 ] Public transportation system covers a variety show of transportation modes such as bus, rail and taxi. Despite efforts to promote public transport, use rates are low, 16 percentage of the population in 2006. [ 179 ] however, public transport use will increase with the expansion of the rail network, [ 181 ] operated by Prasarana Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley via its subsidiaries Rapid Rail and Rapid Bus, using the Rapid KL brand list. [ 182 ] Since the take over from Intrakota Komposit Sdn Bhd, Prasarana Malaysia has redrawn the entire bus network of Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley metropolitan area [ 183 ] to increase passenger numbers and improve Kuala Lumpur ‘s public transmit arrangement. Prasarana Malaysia has adopted the hub and address system to provide greater connectivity, and reduce the indigence for more buses. [ 184 ] [ 185 ] KL Sentral was added on 16 April 2001 and served as the modern transportation hub of the Klang Valley Integrated Transit System .

Urban track [edit ]

The KTM Komuter, a commuter rail avail, was introduced in 1995 as the first railing transportation system system to provide local rail services in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding Klang Valley suburban areas. Services were late expanded to other parts of Malaysia with the introduction of the Northern and Southern sectors. [ 186 ] KTM Komuter ‘s 175 kilometer ( 109 security service ) network in the Central Sector has 53 stations. It consists of two cross-city routes, namely the Port Klang Line ( Tanjung Malim to Port Klang ) and Seremban Line ( Batu Caves to Pulau Sebang/Tampin ). Transfers between the two main lines can be made at any of the four stations on the central core : KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, Bank Negara and Putra. Light Rapid Transit ( LRT ) Malaysia is the medium-capacity rail lines in the Klang Valley, Malaysia. The first LRT line was opened in 1996 and the system has since expanded to three lines, which opened in 1998 and 1999. Along with the MRT, the LRT is constructed and owned by the Prasarana, with function concessions presently run by Rapid KL and Rapid Rail. In 2006, the government announced the Sri Petaling Line and Kelana Jaya line annex projects. [ 187 ] Unlike the original line, which used the fixed-block bespeak block system, the extension uses the communications-based discipline master ( CBTC ) signaling system. [ 188 ] [ 189 ]
Mass Rapid Transit ( MRT ) Malaysia is a dense track rapid transit arrangement that constitutes the majority of the railway network in Kuala Lumpur and the rest of the Klang Valley. The first section of the MRT opened on 16 December 2016, and the net has since grown quickly in accord with Malaysia ‘s aim of developing a comprehensive examination rail network as the backbone of the state ‘s public department of transportation system. The network consists of three lines – the 13 MRT Circle Line, looping around Kuala Lumpur, the 9 MRT Kajang Line and the 12 MRT Putrajaya Line, covering a 20 kilometer radius in the southeast–northwest guidance from the city center, will integrate the stream rapid transit system and serve high-density areas which are presently not serviced by any rapid transit system. About 90 raw stations are planned in this “ wheel and rundle ” concept, out of which 26 in the city center will be underground. Ridership capacity will be 2 million passengers per day. [ 190 ] The KL Monorail opened on 31 August 2003 with 11 stations running 8.6 kilometer ( 5 myocardial infarction ) on two parallel elevated tracks. The production line is count 8 and coloured lighter green on official transit maps. It connects the KL Sentral transportation hub in the south and Titiwangsa in the north with the “ gold triangle ”, a commercial, shopping, and entertainment area comprising Bukit Bintang, Imbi, Sultan Ismail, and Raja Chulan. [ 191 ]
Kuala Lumpur is served by two airports. The independent airport, Kuala Lumpur International Airport ( KLIA ) at Sepang, Selangor, which is besides the aviation hub of Malaysia, is located about 50 kilometres ( 31 nautical mile ) south of city. The other airport is Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, besides known as Subang Skypark and served as the main international gateway to Kuala Lumpur from 1965 until KLIA opened in 1998. KLIA connects the city with direct flights to destinations on six continents around the universe, [ 192 ] and is the main hub for the national carrier, Malaysia Airlines and low-cost carrier, AirAsia. KLIA can be reached using the KLIA Ekspres, an airport rail link service from KL Sentral, which takes twenty-eight minutes and costs RM 55 ( roughly US $ 13.50 ), [ 193 ] while travelling by cable car or bus via highway will take about an hour but cost a lot less. direct buses from KLIA to the city center are bountiful ( every 10 to 15 minutes during acme hours ), air-condition and comfortable with fares ranging from RM 11 ( roughly US $ 2.70 ) to RM 15 ( roughly US $ 3.70 ). Air Asia and other low-cost carrier flights do not fly out of KLIA independent terminal, but from KLIA2, which is two kilometres from KLIA. KLIA2 is served by an reference of the KLIA Ekspres and by a release shuttle bus serve from KLIA. As of 2018, Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport is alone used for lease and propjet flights by airlines such as Firefly and Malindo Air. [ 194 ]

Buses [edit ]

Bas Mini KL or Kuala Lumpur Mini-Bus Service was one of the oldest and popular Malaysia public bus service, having served Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley region. The buses were primarily painted pink with a white stripe on the sides, and had a capacity of only 20-30 passengers, due to their smaller size. The buses operated on a commission footing, with overhaul operators paid according to the fares they collected. The mini-bus serve was from 23 September 1975 and discontinued on 1 July 1998, to be replaced by the Intrakota bus service and later, Rapid Bus in 2005. [ 195 ] Rapid Bus began the first phase of the vamp of its bus net in January 2006, introducing 15 City Shuttle bus topology routes which serve major areas in the Central Business District ( CBD ) of Kuala Lumpur. In 2008, Rapid Bus operated 167 routes with 1,400 buses covering 980 residential areas with a ridership of about 400,000 per day. [ 196 ] The buses run between four hub at the edge of the cardinal business district, namely KL Sentral, Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Maluri, and Medan Pasar in the city center. These bus topology hub besides serve as vilify interchanges, with the exception of Medan Pasar, although it is at a walking distance from Masjid Jamek LRT station. einsteinium On June 18, 2020, Rapid Bus released a new feature : real-time location of bus in Google Maps, via collaboration with Google Transit. [ 197 ] [ 198 ] [ 199 ] [ 200 ] effective 10 April 2019, all RapidKL buses are implementing in full cashless travel for all routes by stages, in which the bus accepts Touch n Go card only for exploiter convenience. These systems were in full implemented by May 27, 2019. [ 201 ] Almost 170 RapidKL busbar routes are covered with the real time feature, which was expanded to the MRT bird feeder busbar service. Rapid Bus is however not the only bus operator in Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley. other busbar operators are Selangor Omnibus, Setara Jaya bus, and Causeway Link .

taxis [edit ]

typical public cab in Kuala Lumpur In Kuala Lumpur, most taxis have classifiable white and crimson liveries. many companies operate and maintain pools of different model of cars in their own brands. Before local car production began, the Mercedes-Benz 200, Mazda 323/Ford Laser, Toyota Mark II X80 series and the Opel Kadett were used. [ 202 ] Most were scrapped and replaced by Protons, but there are still a large number of these models running the roads. Kuala Lumpur is one of the major ASEAN cities with cab extensively running on natural boast. cab can be hailed from taxi stands or from the streets. Taxis may be flagged down at any time of the day along any public road outside of the Central Business District ( CBD ). however, increased use of ridesharing services like Grab, MyCar and JomRides has resulted in a decrease in taxi use. [ 203 ] however, the London-based web site, LondonCabs.co.uk has claimed that taxis in the city charge passengers high rates, refusing to turn on their meters and offering rather over-priced flat-rate fares, [ 204 ] although other passengers refute such claims. The heads of some taxi associations came out and distanced themselves from cab drivers who had given the taxi industry a bad name, promising the public that not all taxi drivers were like that. [ 205 ]

Twin towns – sister cities [edit ]

Jalan Selat, Straits Road) in Kuala Lumpur (above) and Kuala Lumpur avenue in Isfahan (below)Isfahan street (formerly, Straits Road) in Kuala Lumpur (above) and Kuala Lumpur avenue in Isfahan (below) Kuala Lumpur is twinned with :

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ALGERIA: Ligue 2

14:00ASM Oran – Ain Ouessara
14:00Bel Abbes – El Khemis
14:00Bordj Menail – Bordj Bou Arreridj
14:00CA Batna – Mlila
14:00El Bayadh – JSM Tiaret
14:00GC Mascara – Harrach
14:00Hamra Annaba – Eulma
14:00MO Bejaia – Lakhdaria
14:00MO Constantine – Bejaia
14:00RC Kouba – Oued Sly
14:00SC Ain Defla – Saida
14:00Skikda – Annaba
14:00Telaghema – Khenchela
14:00US Chaouia – Ouargla
14:00USMM Hadjout – Ben Aknoun
14:00Widad Adabi de Boufarik – Temouchent

BAHRAIN: Premier League

15:45Al Khalidiyah – Al-Hala
18:20East Riffa – Al-Najma

BRAZIL: Copa Sao Paulo de juniores

23:15America MG U20 – Falcon U20
23:30Ferroviaria U20 – Rondoniense U20
23:30Gremio U20 – Mixto U20
01:45Santos U20 – Operario PR U20
15:00Votuporanguense U20 – Monte Azul U20
17:00CA Juventus U20 – Portuguesa Santista U20
17:00Guarulhos U20 – Flamengo SP U20
17:00Jaguariuna U20 – RB Bragantino U20
17:00Manthiqueira U20 – Piracicaba U20
17:00Matonense U20 – Fast Clube U20
17:00Mauaense U20 – Maua U20
17:00Tanabi U20 – Guarani U20
17:00Uniao Suzano U20 – Ituano U20
17:15Bahia U20 – Matogrossense U20
19:15ABC U20 – Fluminense Piaui U20
19:15Atletico GO U20 – Volta Redonda U20
19:15Avai U20 – Santana EC U20
19:15CRB U20 – Canaa U20
19:15Fluminense U20 – Jacuipense U20
19:15Fortaleza U20 – Concordia U20
19:15Vila Nova FC U20 – Aquidauanense U20
19:15Vitoria U20 – EC Sao Jose U20
21:00Osasco Audax U20 – Santo Andre U20
21:15Uniao Mogi U20 – Portuguesa U20
21:45Francana U20 – Ponte Preta U20
23:15Joinville U20 – Camacariense U20
23:30Internacional U20 – Sao Raimundo RR U20
23:30Sao Jose EC U20 – River-PI U20
00:00Juventude U20 – Confianca EC U20

BURKINA FASO: Premier League

16:30AS Police – USFA
16:30Vitesse – AS Douanes
18:45ASFA Yennega – Kadiogo

CHINA: Super League – Championship Group

55 ‘Changchun Yatai – Shandong Taishan
53 ‘Guangzhou City – Hebei
57 ‘Shanghai Port – Guangzhou FC
56 ‘Shenzhen – Beijing Guoan

DR CONGO: Ligue 1

14:30Don Bosco – AC Rangers
14:30Etoile de Kivu – Blessing
14:30Maniema – St Eloi Lupopo
14:30Simba – Tshinkunku

ENGLAND: League Two

20:45Forest Green – Exeter

ENGLAND: NPL Premier Division

20:45

Postponed

Buxton – Witton

ENGLAND: Southern League Central Division

20:45Alvechurch – Coalville
20:45Needham Market – Peterborough Sports
20:45Nuneaton – St. Ives

ENGLAND: Southern League South Division

20:30

Wimborne – Truro

ENGLAND: EFL Trophy – Play Offs

20:00Charlton – MK Dons
20:00Crewe – Rotherham
20:00Harrogate – Carlisle
20:00Hartlepool – Bolton
20:00Oldham – Wigan
20:45Sutton – Colchester

ENGLAND: Premier League Cup

14:00

Postponed

Peterborough U23 – Burnley U23

FRANCE: Coupe de France

21:00Lens – Lille

GREECE: Super League

16:15Giannina – Ionikos
18:30Asteras Tripolis – OFI Crete

GUINEA: Ligue 1

17:00Fello Star – Flamme Olympique
17:00Hafia – SOAR
17:00Horoya – Elephant Coleah
17:00Kamsar – Milo FC
17:00Wakriya – Ashanti GB

INDIA: ISL

15:00Bengaluru FC – East Bengal

INDIA: I-League

09:30

Postponed

Mohammedan – Sreenidi Deccan
12:00

Postponed

Gokulam – Real Kashmir
15:00

Postponed

TRAU FC – Neroca FC

ISRAEL: Liga Alef South

13:00H. Bikat Hayarden – M. Herzliya

KENYA: Premier League

13:00Kakamega Homeboyz – Talanta FC
13:00Mathare Utd. – KCB
13:00Police FC – Vihiga
13:00Sofapaka – Bandari
13:00Ulinzi Stars – Kariobangi Sharks

KUWAIT: Premier League

15:35Kazma SC – Al Qadisiya

KUWAIT: Division 1

15:35Al Jahra – Al Sahel
15:35Al Sulaibikhat – Burgan

LIBYA: Premier League

14:00Al Akhdar – Al Sadaqa

MAURITANIA: Ligue 1

15:00Garde Nationale – Nouakchott King’s
15:00

Postponed

Nouadhibou – ASAC Concorde

NORTHERN IRELAND: NIFL Premiership

20:45Cliftonville – Crusaders

QATAR: QSL

14:10Al-Duhail – Al Khor
16:20Al Arabi – Al Wakra
16:20Al Rayyan – Umm-Salal

RWANDA: Premier League

11:30Gorilla – Bugesera FC
14:00Espoir – Etoile de L’Est
14:00Kiyovu – APR

SAUDI ARABIA: Division 1

13:20Al-Shoalah – Al Akhdoud
13:30Al Kholood – Al-Nahda
13:40Najran – Al Qadisiya
16:30Jeddah – Hajer

SCOTLAND: Lowland League

20:45Spartans – Civil Service Strollers

SPAIN: Primera RFEF – Group 2

19:00Costa Brava – Sabadell

SPAIN: Tercera RFEF – Group 2

16:00Lealtad – Basico Urraca

SPAIN: Tercera RFEF – Group 6

20:30Orihuela – Jove

SPAIN: Tercera RFEF – Group 10

15:45Cordoba B – Ceuta B
19:30Cartaya – Rota

SPAIN: Tercera RFEF – Group 12

17:00SD Tenisca – Tenerife B

SPAIN: Copa del Rey

21:00Ponferradina – Espanyol

UGANDA: Premier League

13:00Arua Hill – Vipers
13:00Bright Stars – Villa
13:00Gadaffi – URA SC
13:00Tooro United – Express
13:00UPDF – Police
13:00Wakiso Giants – BUL

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: Pro League Cup

14:00Al Wahda – Al Nasr
16:30Al Wasl – Al Ain

WALES: Cymru South

20:45

Postponed

Pontypridd – Cambrian & Clydach

WORLD: Friendly International

14:00

Malawi – Mali
14:00Mauritania – Gabon

WORLD: Club Friendly

14:00Wolfsburg (Ger) – Paderborn (Ger)
ASM Oran – Ain Ouessara – : – Bel Abbes – El Khemis – : – Bordj Menail – Bordj Bou Arreridj – : – california Batna – Mlila – : – El Bayadh – JSM Tiaret – : – GC Mascara – Harrach – : – Hamra Annaba – Eulma – : – molybdenum Bejaia – Lakhdaria – : – MO Constantine – Bejaia – : – RC Kouba – Oued Sly – : – south carolina Ain Defla – Saida – : – Skikda – Annaba – : – Telaghema – Khenchela – : – US Chaouia – Ouargla – : – USMM Hadjout – Ben Aknoun – : – Widad Adabi de Boufarik – Temouchent – : – Al Khalidiyah – Al-Hala – : – East Riffa – Al-Najma – : – America MG U20 – Falcon U20 1:1 Ferroviaria U20 – Rondoniense U20 1:0 Gremio U20 – Mixto U20 2:0 Santos U20 – Operario PR U20 2:1 Votuporanguense U20 – Monte Azul U20 – : – calcium Juventus U20 – Portuguesa Santista U20 – : – Guarulhos U20 – Flamengo SP U20 – : – Jaguariuna U20 – RB Bragantino U20 – : – Manthiqueira U20 – Piracicaba U20 – : – Matonense U20 – Fast Clube U20 – : – Mauaense U20 – Maua U20 – : – Tanabi U20 – Guarani U20 – : – Uniao Suzano U20 – Ituano U20 – : – Bahia U20 – Matogrossense U20 – : – ABC U20 – Fluminense Piaui U20 – : – Atletico GO U20 – Volta Redonda U20 – : – Avai U20 – Santana EC U20 – : – CRB U20 – Canaa U20 – : – Fluminense U20 – Jacuipense U20 – : – Fortaleza U20 – Concordia U20 – : – Vila Nova FC U20 – Aquidauanense U20 – : – Vitoria U20 – EC Sao Jose U20 – : – Osasco Audax U20 – Santo Andre U20 – : – Uniao Mogi U20 – Portuguesa U20 – : – Francana U20 – Ponte Preta U20 – : – Joinville U20 – Camacariense U20 – : – Internacional U20 – Sao Raimundo RR U20 – : – Sao Jose EC U20 – River-PI U20 – : – Juventude U20 – Confianca EC U20 – : – AS Police – USFA – : – Vitesse – AS Douanes – : – ASFA Yennega – Kadiogo – : – Changchun Yatai – Shandong Taishan 1:0 Guangzhou City – Hebei 2:0 Shanghai Port – Guangzhou FC 1:0 Shenzhen – Beijing Guoan 0:1 Don Bosco – alternating current Rangers – : – Etoile de Kivu – Blessing – : – Maniema – St Eloi Lupopo – : – Simba – Tshinkunku – : – Forest park – Exeter – : – Buxton – Witton – : – Alvechurch – Coalville – : – Needham Market – Peterborough Sports – : – Nuneaton – St. Ives – : – Wimborne – Truro – : – Charlton – MK Dons – : – Crewe – Rotherham – : – Harrogate – Carlisle – : – Hartlepool – Bolton – : – Oldham – Wigan – : – Sutton – Colchester – : – Peterborough U23 – Burnley U23 – : – Lens – Lille – : – Giannina – Ionikos – : – Asteras Tripolis – OFI Crete – : – Fello Star – Flamme Olympique – : – Hafia – SOAR – : – Horoya – elephant Coleah – : – Kamsar – Milo FC – : – Wakriya – Ashanti GB – : – Bengaluru FC – East Bengal – : – Mohammedan – Sreenidi Deccan – : – Gokulam – real Kashmir – : – TRAU FC – Neroca FC – : – H. Bikat Hayarden – M. Herzliya – : – Kakamega Homeboyz – Talanta FC – : – Mathare Utd. – KCB – : – patrol FC – Vihiga – : – Sofapaka – Bandari – : – Ulinzi Stars – Kariobangi Sharks – : – Kazma SC – Al Qadisiya – : – Al Jahra – Al Sahel – : – alabama Sulaibikhat – Burgan – : – Al Akhdar – Al Sadaqa – : – Garde Nationale – Nouakchott King ‘s – : – Nouadhibou – ASAC Concorde – : – Cliftonville – Crusaders – : – Al-Duhail – Al Khor – : – Al Arabi – Al Wakra – : – Al Rayyan – Umm-Salal – : – Gorilla – Bugesera FC – : – Espoir – Etoile de L’Est – : – Kiyovu – APR – : – Al-Shoalah – Al Akhdoud – : – Al Kholood – Al-Nahda – : – Najran – Al Qadisiya – : – Jeddah – Hajer – : – Spartans – Civil Service Strollers – : – rib Brava – Sabadell – : – Lealtad – Basico Urraca – : – Orihuela – Jove – : – cordoba B – Ceuta B – : – Cartaya – rota – : – south dakota Tenisca – tenerife B – : – Ponferradina – Espanyol – : – Arua Hill – Vipers – : – Bright Stars – villa – : – Gadaffi – URA SC – : – Tooro United – express – : – UPDF – Police – : – Wakiso Giants – BUL – : – Al Wahda – Al Nasr – : – Al Wasl – Al Ain – : – Pontypridd – welsh & Clydach – : – Malawi – Mali – : – Mauritania – Gabon – : – Wolfsburg ( Ger ) – Paderborn ( Ger ) – : –