|The Spartak Stadium in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan|
|Dushanbe's Central Stadium in Tajikistan|
|The National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh|
The National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh, home to Cambodia's champions Phnom Penh Crown, has a capacity of around 50,000. Cambodia is the only country of the three bidders, not to have hosted the final stages before. The stadium played a small part in the 1966 World Cup when North Korea faced Australia twice in qualifying, as Cambodia was deemed a suitable neutral location. The matches attracted 40,000 fans with North Korea winning both games. They went onto reach the quarter-finals.
The Spartak Stadium in Bishkek has a capacity of 23,000 and is home to Dordoi, the Kyrgyzstan champions. In 2008 the home team met Regar-TadAZ from Tajikistan in the AFC President's Cup final at the Spartak Stadium in front of 10,000 fans. The home team lost on penalties.
Tajikstan's capital city is Dushanbe, their champions are FC Istiklol and the capacity of their Central Stadium is 22,000. Tajikistan have hosted the AFC President's Cup final before, in 2009, in the city of Tursunzoda at the Mettalurg Stadium, as the home team were Regar-TadAZ. They again defeated Dordoi in the final 2-0 in front of 10,000 spectators. The AFC Competitions Committee will decide the hosts in July.