The evaluators of the referees and judges of the UAE stadiums participate in managing the matches of the King Salman Cup for Arab Clubs, the Asian qualifiers for the Women’s Olympics and the preliminary qualifiers for the 2023 Asian Women’s Cup.
The Arab Football Association assigned Ali Hamad Al-Badwawi, a member of the Board of Directors of the Football Association, to assess the refereeing team for the match that will bring together the Egyptian Vanguards of the Army and the Libyan Al-Ahly of Tripoli in Cairo, within the King Salman Cup for Arab Clubs.
Saleh Al-Marzouqi is participating as a resident of the referees’ staff in charge of managing the Omani Al-Seeb match and the Bahraini Al-Muharraq match in the Omani capital, Muscat, within the same tournament, and the two matches will be held on April 4th. The international crew consisting of Omar Al Ali (yard referee), Jassim Abdullah (first assistant), Sabt Obaid (second assistant), and Sultan Muhammad Saleh (fourth referee) will officiate the first-leg match between Sudanese Al-Merreikh and Syrian Tishreen in the same tournament, and the match will be played on April 7. In the Saudi city of Jeddah, while internationals Ammar Al-Junaibi (yard referee) and Ahmed Issa Darwish (fourth referee) were assigned to the second leg crew.
The two international referees, Kholoud Al Zaabi, “Square Referee” and Amal Jamal, “First Assistant”, will participate in the staff of the referees for the Nepal-Vietnam match in the Asian qualifiers for the Women’s Olympics in the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu, from the 5th to the 8th of next April. for the AFC U-17 Women’s Championship in Jordan, from 26 to 30 April.
On the other hand, the international arbitration team led by Ahmed Issa Darwish (yard referee) and with him Sabt Obaid (first assistant), Yasser Sabeel (second assistant), Muhammad Obaid Khadem (video referee) and Saqr Al Zaabi (assistant video referee) managed the friendly match between the teams of Saudi Arabia and Bolivia, Which was held yesterday in Jeddah as part of the FIFA days.
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