Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Mohamed Bin Hammam has been re-elected unopposed to a second four-year term, with his position to be formalised in May.

The Qatari was the only candidate in the fray after the deadline passed on Thursday, the AFC said.

The 58-year-old was also unopposed when voted into office for his first term.

He will be formally sworn in during the AFC Congress in Kuala Lumpur in May.

Re-elected unopposed as AFC vice-presidents were Zhang Jilong from China, Vernon Manilal Fernando from Sri Lanka, and Tengku Abdullah Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah from Malaysia.

Yousuf Yaqoob Yousuf Al Serkal of the United Arab Emirates was elected for the first time to be the fourth vice-president.

Meanwhile, South Korea's Chung Mong-joon was re-elected as FIFA vice-president and Japan's Junji Ogura and Thailand's Worawi Makudi retained their positions as FIFA Executive Committee members.