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Gulf Cup winners to receive $2mn

Gulf Cup winners to receive $2mn

The winners of the 24th Arabian Gulf football tournament will walk away with a whopping $2mn, organisers said on Wednesday.

Qatar-Kuwait talks to enhance bilateral ties

Qatar-Kuwait talks to enhance bilateral ties

Kuwait's Minister of Commerce and Industry and Minister of State for Youth Affairs conveyed the greetings of the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah to His Highness the Emir.

Oman win Gulf Cup

Oman win Gulf Cup

Oman clinched the 23rd Gulf Cup title on Friday, beating United Arab Emirates 5-4 on penalty in the final at the Jaber International Stadium in Kuwait. The match went to shootout after both the teams failed to score in regulation and also in extra time.

Qatar's coach says Gulf Cup match against Iraq difficult

Qatar's coach says Gulf Cup match against Iraq difficult

Qatar National Team Head Coach Felix Sanchez confirmed the difficulty and importance of Qatar's game against its Iraqi counterpart in the second round of the Group B matches ...

Saudi footballers shun media due to Qatar news channels

Saudi footballers shun media due to Qatar news channels

Politics has overshadowed football on the eve of a Gulf football tournament after Saudi Arabia's team refused to talk to the press due to the presence of Qatar-based news channels, including Al Jazeera.

Gulf Cup raises hopes of GCC reconciliation

Gulf Cup raises hopes of GCC reconciliation

Football fans are taking to Twitter saying how they hope the Gulf Cup will mark the end of the Saudi-Qatar row.

Gulf Cup moved to Kuwait after FIFA ban lifted

Gulf Cup moved to Kuwait after FIFA ban lifted

Kuwait will make its much-awaited return to international football as host of the prestigious Gulf Cup starting December 22, it was confirmed Friday.

Muhjah gives Umm Qarn another big win on Day Two

Muhjah gives Umm Qarn another big win on Day Two

Umm Qarn and trainer Alban de Mieulle had won the Gulf Cup, a mile long race for four-year-olds or older Pure Arabians bred in the GCC, for three straight years before Injaaz Stud’s Al Mujahaz broke the run last year.