Rashid bin Humaid: The success of organizing the Club World Cup is a great motivation for holding more international tournaments in the UAE
Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, President of the Emirates Football Association and Chairman of the Higher Organizing Committee for the Club World Cup "UAE 2021", said that the success achieved in organizing the Club World Cup is a great motivation for the establishment of more international championships in the Emirates.
The tournament was a great global success, and Chelsea crowned its title after winning 2-1 against the Brazilian Palmeiras in the final that was held yesterday at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
In a press statement after the winning team was crowned, he said that the success achieved indicates the efficiency of the UAE and the capital, Abu Dhabi, in organizing the largest and most important sporting events and events.
He added: "We dedicate this success to our wise leadership and to everyone who contributed to achieving this success from the various concerned departments that contributed to this remarkable dazzle."
Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi stressed that the UAE has harnessed all its capabilities to show the tournament in this distinctive way, which prompts it to organize more international tournaments.
The President of the Emirates Football Association continued, "It was agreed with both the International and Asian Football Associations to organize regional and international tournaments in the UAE during the coming period. We are working on this thanks to the support of all institutions in the country that have a major role in the success and development of this sport in the country and the region." .
He said that the participation of 3 Arab teams in the current edition of the tournament and the arrival of two Arab teams to the semi-finals confirm the strong competition from the big Arab clubs with a fan base, praising at the same time the Chelsea team, which won the championship title.
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