The Football Associations and Technical Committee of the Football Association has approved the first stage of the preparation program for the first national team, in preparation for the joint qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup, scheduled in October and November, after coordination with the technical staff led by Colombian Jorge Luis Bento.
A press release said yesterday: “The first gathering of Al-Abyad will be from July 22 to 27 in the country, for medical examinations and physical preparation, while the second gathering will be from the first to August 23 in a camp outside the country, and two friendly matches will take place, knowing that the squad list will be announced in The next few days. ”
On the other hand, the third gathering will be from August 31 to September 9, and two friendly matches will be played during FIFA days.
The AFC has set dates for the resumption of the remaining four rounds of the qualifiers, to be held in October and November, with two games to be played on the eighth and 13th of October, and two games on the 12th and 17th of November 2020, after coordination with the FIFA, FIFA.
"The Department of Teams and Technical Affairs, in coordination with the General Secretariat and the Sports Medicine Committee, began about starting all logistical procedures for external camps and medical examinations, in compliance with precautionary measures and in order to preserve the safety of players and technical and administrative devices," the statement said.
Our team will play against Malaysia in the country on the eighth of October 2020, with the team facing Indonesia away from its home country on October 13, while it will play its last two games in the nationwide qualifiers against Thailand on November 12 and against Vietnam on the 17th of the same month.
Yesterday, the Football Association and Technical Affairs Committee of the Football Association held its seventh meeting on the "remote" video communication system headed by Youssef Hussein, with the participation of the Vice-Chairman of the Committee, Saif Al-Mansoori, members of the committee, and the Assistant Secretary-General for Technical Affairs, Ibrahim Al-Nimr.
Junior Team Program
The National Teams and Technical Affairs Committee approved the program for our youth team, born in 2004, in preparation for the Asian Cup finals, scheduled in the Kingdom of Bahrain from November 25 to December 12, 2020, with the participation of 16 teams. The team, led by the national coach, Majid Salem, will hold an internal camp from 18 to 27 July And another camp in the country for the period from the first to the fifth of September next, to conduct medical examinations, provided that he maintains an external camp from the eighth of September to October 28, and plays four friendly games.