The Qatar Football Association (QFA), in cooperation with Qatar Shell, the leading sponsor of the QFA, are organising a variety of events for the fans at the Katara Cultural Village during the FIFA Arab Cup.
Through the latest initiative, Qatar Shell continues its fruitful partnership with QFA to support the national teams.
The Koora Time venue in Katara will reflect the efforts of the QFA and Qatar Shell in using football as a vehicle to ensure healthy lifestyles for future generations by spreading the culture of practicing sports and keeping fit. The QFA and Qatar Shell look forward to welcoming all community members to the Koora Time venue in Katara.
The QFA and Qatar Shell are looking forward To welcoming all members of the community during this period.
The events are varied and renewed, as there is a screen showing documentaries on Qatari football and Qatar Shell programmes and various sports stations for different ages.
Khalid al-Kuwari, Director of Marketing Department of QFA, said: “These events are part of QFA’s vision and strategy in enhancing the scope of community participation, which comes with the support of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed al-Thani, the President of QFA. Our activities are considered timely and very beneficial this year, we are always looking for diversity in each event we carry out from one station to another. We invite everyone to enjoy these events, which will start from November 29 to December 18, 2021, in Katara.”
Hussain al-Hijji, Director General of External and Government Relations at Qatar Shell, said: “We invite everyone to participate with us in these events, which have always been popular with the local communities. By involving youth and families in football activities, we achieve our firm commitment to encouraging young people to follow a healthy and active lifestyle.”
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