Erick Bui is the Chief Editor of Football Channel Asia. A veteran of Asian football, he has previously served as chief editor for Goal Vietnam. He is a contributor to the debut issue of Japan's Football Critique Asia.
Cesare Polenghi is the Senior Editor of Football Channel Asia as well as the managing editor of Football Channel Japan. In addition to being one of the leading Western authorities on the J-League, he hosts a weekly Serie A show on JSports.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Dan Orlowitz has called Tokyo home for nearly eight years and the J-League his calling for most of them. His words and photos have appeared on various websites and print media.
Based in Australia, Paul is the brains behind Asian Football Feast. Paul has previously written about various aspects of Asian football for Al Jazeera English, Metro UK, FourFourTwo Australia, JSoccer Magazine and Soccer International.
Ryan Steele is a coach with several years of experience across Asia. He has worked with professional academies and elite development groups and is passionate about the continual development of Asian football.
Mihyun Chung has resided in the United States, Singapore, and Spain, enjoying meeting people from different backgrounds who share her passion for football. She has previously written about Korean football on Goal Singapore as well as Goal Korea.
Niloufar Momeni has been a football fan since her teenage years, since 1996 contributing to several sport media outlets including Goal Asia and Soccer Without Limit. In addition to writing for Football Channel Asia, her personal blog is at http://womenforfootball.com/
Born and raised on Uzbek football, Mamur Mamadaliev went from being a fan to serving as media officer and has worked for a number of top Uzbekistan clubs including Bunyodkor, FC Andijan, and Lokomotiv Tashkent.
Upon realizing she holds as much prowess in playing football as Robbie Savage holds in punditry, Aarony Zade decided to write about it instead by working as a sports journalist for The Daily Star in Bangladesh. She currently lives in Amsterdam and writes about football in South Asia.
Christopher Atkins is a Chinese football expert who has featured on ESPN FC, BBC Radio 5 Live, Bleacher Report and Goal. He lives in Guangzhou and covers the Super League for Chinese online media Phoenix and Hupu.
An Indonesian who has a huge passion to follow South-East Asian football, Eric Noveanto currently writes about the Indonesian Super League and other regions for Goal Indonesia. Has also previously written for Goal Asia and BallBall.
James Gow is a passionate Sydney FC supporter currently living in Singapore. In addition to writing about the A-League and NRL, he has worked with various active supporter groups on cultural exchange projects.
Tomas Danicek is a senior editor of a prominent Czech football website; the more obscure your national team is, the more interest he'll probably take in it. He covers the 2015 Asian Cup for SandalsForGoalposts.com.
Ismail is an English Sports Editor/Reporter at a national newspaper in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He has a particular interest in Southeast Asian football, specifically that of Cambodia, Laos, Singapore and Myanmar. He has written in the past about the English Premier League, La Liga and Serie A.
Hailing from Baghdad and following the bagpipes tradition, Laith Al Naeme is a Sports Journalist from Glasgow who has a huge passion in all things world football. Launching SoccerIraq in March 2015, the page has quickly transformed into the leading Iraqi football website for the English speaking community worldwide. Laith recently interned at Al Jazeera English’'s sport department in Doha, Qatar.
Gol Bezan is a podcast that concentrates on Iranian football. We cover everything from Iranian national team to the domestic leagues. We interview coaches, players and other notable figures surrounding Iranian or Asian football.
Steve Han is the Korean football correspondent for Football Channel Asia. He writes regularly about Korean and European football for Goal.com Korea and works occasionally as a commentator and panelist for Korean and U.S. radio. He has previously worked for KoreAm Journal and Sports Chosun.
Paul Freelend is a professional wanderer with a passion for Asia and Asian football. He has written for the Jakarta Globe, China Daily, The National (Abu Dhabi), Match Fit USA and Goal.com, among other outlets. He retweets entirely too much at @PaulFreelend.
"Bas" is a young Manchester United supporter from Khonkaen, Thailand. She loves traveling, learning about culture, meeting new people and sharing passion about football.
Apart from writing for Football Channel Thailand, Bas also works as a match reporter for Runningball Global Sports Data and an intern at Bangkok Post.