A new football pitch and coffee shop have been planned on vacant land in Galali, Muharraq. The Muharraq Municipal Council has proposed the project to the private landowner, who has agreed to fund the initiative, said a report in the Gulf D
Kuwait, home to influential sports power broker Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, has been threatened with a ban by Fifa because of government interference in the running of the local football association.
World governing body Fifa
Liverpool Football Club has launched its first full-time coaching programme in the UAE.
Together with partner Pesco, a Dubai-based sports and events management company, the Reds will deliver ongoing playe
Oman Air, the national carrier of the country, is further continuing its role as the 'Official Carrier of the National Team' following the recent signing of an agreement between the two organisations.
Paul Gregorowitsch, Oman Ai
As the football season goes into high gear, fans in the region can catch all the action, in full HD, on OSN, it was announced.
A new season of world-class football from across the globe is now showing on Abu Dhabi Sports channels
Five of the top eight revenue generating clubs in the world have Middle East-based shirt sponsors and the involvement of regional sponsors is a key part in driving the commercial growth at many of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Manchester City Football Club and Citi has signed a new sponsorship deal that will see the English Premier League Club join forces with the leading bank.
Through this multi-year agreement, Citi will become an official banking part
Javier Aguirre, who was fired by Japan in February because of his alleged involvement in a match-fixing investigation, has returned to management with UAE football club Al-Wahda.
The Mexican replaces Saudi Arabian Sami Al Jaber, w
Qatar's Foreign Minister Khaled al-Attiyah said on Wednesday there was "no way" his country would be stripped of its right to host the 2022 World Cup, accusing Qatar's critics of an anti-Arab campaign.
The Jordanian FA has begun legal inquiries into whether defeated FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali bin Al Hussein could replace Sepp Blatter without the need for a second election, it said on Tuesday.
Blatter unexpectedly ann