After the draw, the 2019 Asian Cup groups were grouped as follows: Group A: the United Arab Emirates, Thailand, India, Bahrain. Group B: Australia, Syria, Palestine and Jordan. Group C: Korea, China, Kyrgyzstan and Philippines. Group D: Iran, Iraq, Vietnam and Yemen. Group E: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Lebanon and North Korea. Group F: Japan, Uzbekistan, Oman and Turkmenistan. The Asian Cup is the highest level national event in Asia. It started in 1956 and has successfully held 16 sessions. China has been the host of the thirteenth Asian Cup in 2004. In the history of the Asian Cup, Japan won the 4 championship and became the most successful team. The Chinese team did not win the Asian Cup, 2 runner up (1984, 2004) and 2 runner up (1976, 1992). From 2004 to 2015, the size of the 16 teams in the finals of the Asian Cup, which has been implemented in the Asian Cup, will be upgraded in this event. This will be the first time for 24 teams in the Asian Cup history to participate in the final circle. In addition to the automatic hosting of the UAE, 23 other teams will qualify for qualifying. Meanwhile, the second round of the 2018 World Cup qualifier will also be part of the Asian Cup qualifier. The team that successfully entered the third phase of the group competition automatically entered the 2019 Asian Cup tournament. As the national football team scored the top 12 in the 40 finals of the preliminaries, it entered the Asian Cup finals in 2019. The Chinese team appeared on the stage of the Asian Cup for the twelfth time in a row. Jihai Sun, a Chinese football player, appeared on the scene as a guest. Before the group draw, the AFC divided the 24 teams into four stalls, 6 teams per file. The teams participating in the top 12 competitions will be unified into first, second grades. The 12 teams are based on FIFA rankings. The 12 teams in the third stage of the Asian Cup qualifying match were unified into the third, fourth rank team, and the 12 teams also ranked the FIFA ranking as the basis for the division. The 24 teams divided into four stalls will be assigned to six teams from A to F, with the host UAE automatically falling into A1 position. The top 2 teams and the best 4 teams in third teams can qualify for the knockout. The 2019 Asian Cup finals will be held in the United Arab Emirates next January 5th to February 1st.