LAHORE - The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has confirmed the match officials for the 5th AFC President's Cup. Metallurg Stadium, the home of Tajikistan side Regar-Tadaz, will stage the final stages of the event from September 25-27 in Tursunzade City. Four referees and four assistant referees have been appointed along with two Match Commissioners and a Referee Assessor. Both the semi-finals will be played on September 25. Five-time Kyrgyzstan champions Dordoi Dynamo will take on Turkmenistan's Ashgabat in the first semi-final at 11.30 AM while Regar will face national champions of Pakistan, WAPDA - in the second semi-finals (3 PM). WAPDA, the seven-time Pakistani champions, are in the finals for first time in three attempts having failed to get beyond the group stage last year and in the edition 2005. The four-team final phase comprises two semi-finals and a final (no third-place match) for the best of AFC's third-tier club sides. The final of the fifth edition of the AFC President's Cup will take place at the same venue on 27 September. The AFC has divided the club competitions into a three levels. The top tier will be the AFC Champions League, followed by the AFC Cup with the AFC President's Cup being the Tier-III of Asian club competition. Tajikistan's Regar-TadAZ defeated 3-0 Dordoi Dynamo to win the first AFC President's Cup at Kathmandu's Dashrath Stadium in 2005 before the Kyrgyzstan's Dordoi went on to claim the next two editions : defeating Tajikistan's Vakhsh 2-1 at Kuching's Sarawak Stadium in 2006 and Nepal Police FC by the same score line at Lahore's Punjab Stadium a year later. Regar regained title on 21 September 2008 after edging out host Dordoi 4-3 on tie break after 1-1 draw at Spartak Stadium in Bishkek capital of Kyrgyzstan. Match Commissioners : Lin Weiguo (China), Rukantha De Silva (Sri Lanka) Referee Assessor : Pirom Unprasert (Thailand) Referees : Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain), Faghani Alireza (Iran), Mohammad Abu Loum (Jordan), Vladislav Tseytlin (Uzbekistan) Assistant Referees : Yaser Tulefat (Bahrain), Karimi Morteza (Iran), Faisal Shwair (Jordan), Rafael Ilyasov (Uzbekistan) Standby Officials ; Dilovarshokh Orzuev (Tajikistan, referee), Bakhrom Saydulloev (Tajikistan, assistant referee).