The Football Association explains to the clubs the details of the updated match operations protocol
The clubs are aware of all the procedures required for the safe organization of matches.
Photography: Osama Abu Ghanem
Yesterday, the UAE Football Association organized a workshop, through visual communication technology, to explain and discuss the updated match protocol, approved by the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, related to the launch of local football competitions for the 2020-2021 sports season.
Dr. Mustafa Al-Sayed Al-Hashemi, Chairman of the Committee overseeing the implementation of the Protocol, Dr. Saeed Al-Thani, Vice-Chairman of the Committee, Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim, a representative of the Professional League, Mabkhout Al-Hajri, Muhammad Ali Sorour, a representative of the Competitions Department, and Muhammad Ahmed Al-Sayed, the Committee's Rapporteur, in addition to more than 120 Participants from representatives of clubs, technical, medical and administrative teams.
The Secretary General of the Football Association, Abdullah bin Hazam Al Dhaheri, affirmed that the Football Association is keen on continuous, permanent and effective communication with the clubs about all developments related to the protocol and other matters, and responding to all inquiries to ensure the public safety of all affiliates of the football sector.
On his part, Dr. Mustafa Al-Hashemi said in a press statement: “The committee explained all the terms of the match operations protocol from both a medical and organizational point of view, which includes the mechanism for conducting examinations before matches, the means of transporting players to the match stadium and places of entry, sterilization and division of the stadium and the recommended division of the individuals allowed to be inside the stadium And outside it, match day procedures, stadium facilities, places designated for television broadcasting, instructions for internal and external camps and residence, and general principles for reopening service facilities in clubs.
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