The stage is set for the first UAE-Qatar Super Cup, a landmark football event underscoring the collaborative spirit between the two countries.
The tournament will commence in Doha on April 12, with the first event, the Qatar-UAE Super Cup, showcasing a match between Qatar's Amir Cup champion Al Arabi and UAE's President’s Cup winner Sharjah.
The excitement continues with the UAE-Qatar Super Shield Cup scheduled for April 13, in Dubai, featuring a face-off between the 2022-2023 ADNOC Pro League champions Shabab Al Ahli and the 2022-2023 Qatar Stars League winners Al Duhail.
Officials from both countries gathered in Doha on Friday to sign and celebrate this new chapter in regional sports.
The UAE Pro League Chairman, Abdulla Naser Al Jneibi, and Mohammad Khalifa Al Suwaidi, Vice-President of the Qatar Football Association (QFA), signed the agreement, solidifying the commitment to this joint venture.
📹| In the presence of a number of sports figures, Arab, Asian and international media🌍.. the launch of the UAE-Qatar Super Cup🤝.— ADNOC Pro League (@UAEProleague_En) January 26, 2024
The signing ceremony of the UAE-Qatar Super Cup was attended by UAE Pro League chairman His Excellency Abdulla Naser Al Jneibi and… pic.twitter.com/ehyDlJoTcV