Jordan and Qatar Football Association sign cooperation agreement
Jordan Football Association (JFA) and Qatar Football Association (QFA) inked a five-year cooperation agreement for mutual development between the two associations, aimed to sharing the expertise, resources, and bolstering cooperation in various sporting areas.
JFA President HRH Prince Ali bin Al Hussein and QFA President H. E Shaikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani signed the agreement in Jordan on March 11, on the sidelines of the West Asian Football Federation general assembly meeting, which was held in Jordanian Capital, Amman.
The agreement is set to develop strong ties between the two associations for the mutual benefit, and for the promotion, growth and continued success of football in each country.
The two parties will be collaborating and cooperating in various fields such as competitions, technical and educational courses, seminars and conferences, construction and management of sports installations, materials, sports equipment and scientific equipment, training of technical personnel and organisational procedures in the areas of sports science and sports medicine referring to football, in addition to training camps between the two countries for both male and female national teams of all age categories.
The agreement covers a different number of other areas such as international relations, specially those within FIFA and the AFC. In addition to management, marketing, study and research, refereeing, football management and technical direction, sports science and medicine.
This step comes in Jordan Football Association’s continuous mission to develop its organizational structure, by bolstering its ties with the World’s top and most important sporting and footballing organisations and institutions on the international stage.