Qatar Airways and Qatar Football Association (QFA) have renewed their partnership, naming the national carrier as the official airline for the next three years for the Emir Cup - an annual national competition among local football teams in Qatar
Coca-Cola has kicked-off the Copa Coca Cola in The Kingdom, the world’s largest grassroots football program owned by a brand, in its 27th year with a global campaign that champions an active healthy lifestyle and encourages values such as
Manchester City’s official club partner Aabar Investments has entered into a new deal with the club’s women’s team, Manchester City Women’s Football Club (MCWFC).
As part of the agreement, Aabar will sponso
Abu Dhabi Media (ADM), a multi-platform media organisation in the Middle East, has been named the official media partner of the Globe Soccer Awards, which honours football personalities, next week in Dubai, UAE.
The event, held an
Shell and the Foundation of Football Club Barcelona (FFCB) have signed an deal to extend the extra-curricular school programme ‘FutbolNet’ for an additional two seasons in Basra.
The “FutbolNet” programme i
Qatar has unveiled new designs for the renovation of the Khalifa football and athletics stadium in Doha, according to a report.
The existing stadium is being adapted to meet new Fifa regulations, said the Gulf Construction Rev
Fifa faced growing pressure to publish the full report of an investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments on Friday amid uncertainty over where the tortuous process would head next.
Fifa was p
Work is now under way on five 2022 Fifa World Cup venues that are in different stages of construction in Qatar, The Peninsula said in a report.
Additionally, demolition has begun on Al Rayyan Stadium that will be rebuilt to increa
Qatar remained adamant it would host the 2022 soccer World Cup despite a Fifa Executive Committee member suggesting on Monday that the tournament would have to move because of scorching temperatures.
The country has earmarked up to $200
Qatar remained adamant it would host the 2022 soccer World Cup despite a Fifa executive committee member suggesting on Monday that the tournament would have to move because of scorching temperatures.
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