LAHORE - Bhutan's Yeedzin FC clinched 8-team Bhutan's A-Division League 2008 to join WAPDA in 5th AFC President's Cup to be held from May 6-16 2009. WAPDA secured the berth in the event for the third time on December 6 when they clinched Pakistan Premier League 2008 at Rawalpindi. It will be Yeedzin's first AFC President's Cup for Bhutan after Transport United's four successive appearances from 2005-8. 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. The national title holder of twenty-one nations are eligible for annual competition, but all of them yet to participate in the event introduced in 2005. The other champions decided so far are Shabab Al-Amari (Palestine), Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (Kyrgyzstan), Ratnam SC (Sri Lanka), FC Asgabat (Turkmenistan), QAF FC (Brunei ), Phnom Penh Empire (Cambodia), Lao Army FC (Laos), Finance and Revenue (Myanmar), Taiwan Power Company F.C. (Chinese Taipei), Quality Distributors (Guam), Monte Carlo (Macau), Erchim (Mongolia). The names of Champion clubs of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Tajikistan and North Korea, Philippines and Timor-Leste in 2008 are still awaited There were eight clubs in first three editions while 2008 edition accommodated 11 teams as AFC called National Champions of eleven nations for the 2008 edition viz Nepal, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, Chinese Taipei, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Myanmar. WAPDA, winner of national championship in 1983, 1991, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008 took part in the AFC President's Cup 2005, 2008. They were runners-up in National Championships in 1984, 1993, 1994,2005,2006 and PFF President Cup (now known as National Football Challenge Cup) in 1984, 2002. The Gold medalist of National Games at Lahore 1992, also participated in 11th Asian Club Championship 1991. Tajikistan's Regar TadAZ defeated 3-0 Dordoi Dynamo to win the inaugural AFC President's Cup in 2005 before the Kyrgyzstan champions went on to claim the next two editions of the competition, defeating Regar's Tajik rivals Vaksh 2-1 in 2006 and Mahendra Police Club (now Nepal Police Club) by the same score line last year. Regar regained title on September 21 2008 after edging out Dordoi 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 draw at the Spartak Stadium.