It takes place within the friendly tournament and plays from 3 rounds

Sharjah and Ajman open the first match at the UAE stadiums since March 15th

Sharjah players underwent intense training last stage. From the source

Sharjah and Ajman teams at 6:30 p.m. today at Khalid bin Mohammed Stadium in Al Hazana area in Sharjah launch the friendly quarter-final matches organized by the Sharjah team, and also includes, in addition to Sharjah and Ajman, the Kalba and Khorfakkan Union teams, as part of these teams' preparations for the new football season 2020 -2021, as today's match is the first match in the country's stadiums since the Football Association decided to freeze sporting activity as of March 15th.

According to the official schedule established by the organizing committee for the tournament headed by Badr Ahmed Al Hammadi, member of the Sharjah Football Company Council and Chairman of the Committee, all tournament matches will be played in three rounds, with each half being 30 minutes long.

The matches of this session are held in accordance with the health requirements specified by the competent authorities, after Sharjah Club received the protocol for establishing friendly and official matches, which was recently issued by the Football Association in coordination with the Professional League and the competent authorities in the country.

It was decided to hold the session without public attendance due to the procedures followed to confront the Corona virus, noting that the last meeting between Sharjah and Ajman was in the first round of the Arab Gulf League last season and ended with a 1-1 draw.

The Sharjah technical staff, led by its national coach Abdulaziz Al-Anbari, seeks to determine the readiness of its players for the new season, especially the new elements that the club contracted with, such as Khaled Bawazeer, Khaled Al-Dhanhani and goalkeeper Darwish Muhammad, as well as reassuring the readiness of the rest of the team, such as Igor Kornado, who was suffering Last season, the injury prevented him from appearing at his known technical level.

Regarding the Ajman team, his Egyptian coach Ayman Ramadi is planning through this tournament's matches to prepare his team well for the new season's competitions, in search of an advanced position in the ranking of the Arab Gulf League teams.

Tomorrow in the same session, the Kalba and Khorfakkan Union teams will meet.

The Professional League had set the dates for the Arab Gulf League, the Arab Gulf Cup and the Arab Gulf League U-21, as the new football season in the Arab Gulf Cup will start on the third of next September, while the first round of the Arab Gulf League will be held on the eighth of September.

• The matches will be played without an audience, and the duration of one half will be 30 minutes.

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