The Qatar Stars League (QSL) yesterday announced the organisational arrangements for the Qatar Cup final which will be played at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium on Friday.
The final will be played between Al Duhail and Al Sadd at 5.30pm.
The arrangement details were revealed by the QSL Executive Director of Marketing, Sales and Communication Hassan Rabiah al-Kuwari, Head of Football Operations at QSL Ahmed al-Sayed and Lieutenant Jaber Salem al-Athba from the Stadium Security Department of the Ministry of Interior during a press conference yesterday.
Speaking on the occasion, al-Kuwari said, “Our preparations are complete. Everything related to the event is in place. We expect a full house for the final. We congratulate Al Duhail and Al Sadd clubs on reaching the final of sixth edition of the Qatar Cup.”
Al-Kuwari said the gates would be opened two hours prior to kick off and the QSL is setting up an event area for the public.
He said those want to purchase tickets
can do so by visiting the Al Sadd, Al Duhail and Qatar SC outlets. The tickets are also available at the Doha Festival City and fans can also buy tickets online through official website (tickets.qsl.qa).
“Nearly 60% of the final match tickets have been sold,” he said.
He also announced the two cars and other valuable prizes are also up for grab for the fans who turn up to watch the final on Friday.
Al-Kuwari thanked the tournament sponsors Qatar Rail and stadium security.
He urged the fans to co-operate with the security men for smooth entry and exit at the stadium.
On his part, Lieutenant al-Athba stressed the need for co-operating with the security men and urged fans to arrive two hours before kick off to avoid crowding as well as check the list of prohibited items before entering the stadium. Al-Sayed said the stadium has is fully equipped to host the final and a meeting with the two teams would be held tomorrow to complete the arrangements.
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