Qatar unveils the “Arab Cup” model in gold, decorated with a map of the region and the wonderful “Mawtani” – (photo)

Doha – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: the Arab Cup has landed at Hamad International Airport in the capital of Qatar, Doha, marking the imminent start date of the tournament whistle, in which Arab teams compete against, and winning the cup made of gold. Al-Quds Al-Arabi participated in the inauguration ceremony of the Arab Cup, which is decorated with Ibrahim Toukan’s masterpiece, “Mawtani”, with a map reflecting unity among Arab countries. A special tour took place in the lobby of Hamad International Airport to reveal the trophy, which attracts the attention of visitors in Qatar and grabs their attention. The inauguration of the Organizing Committee of the Arab Cup arrives in preparation for the launch of the Arab football event, which is hosted by Qatar for the second time in its history, and the first under the aegis of the International Football Association “FIFA” during the period from 30 November to 18 December next. The championship cup has a solid gold foundation that embodies the solidarity of the Arabs and their solidarity to stand as a whole in the face of challenges. The 2021 Arab World Cup tour has officially launched and includes a number of schools, ministries and state institutions, as well as major landmarks and tourist sites, such as Souq Waqif, Katara Cultural Village, Msheireb Downtown Doha, and Aspire Park , as well as famous shopping malls such as Mall of Qatar and Doha Festival City and others, with the aim of promoting the tournament and encouraging the public to book tickets for matches. The cup round continues until the start of the league games at the end of this month. Fatima Ali Al Nuaimi, Executive Director of Communications at the Supreme Committee on Delivery and Legacy, said, “We are getting excited day by day with the upcoming launch of the first Arab Cup. We are delighted to see the Arab Cup arrive. in Qatar and to tour across the country encouraging fans to have a unique experience during the tournament. “Al-Naimi indicated that the design of the cup and taking into account its inclusion of symbols inspired by Arab culture enhance the identity of the tournament and give it an Arab character that sets it apart from other football events. He added: “The championship cup is a work of art that embodies our Arab traditions and heritage, and there is no doubt that the cup tour will help introduce school students and tourist destination visitors of the country what Qatar promises when hosting the Arab Cup at the end of quest’year. ”For his part, Jean-Francois Pathy, Marketing Director of the International Football Association (FIFA) confirmed that the Arab World Cup embodies the value and importance of the tournament, and what it represents for football fans of throughout the Arab world, emphasizing that the design of the cup and its cultural and artistic symbols, will help to galvanize fans and football fans in the region, encouraging them to participate in the tournament and supporting their teams during competitions. Khaled Al-Nama, official spokesperson for the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Inheritance, revealed that the new cup was specifically designed for the Arab World Cup, in which 16 Arab teams participate. He said the Organizing Committee, in coordination with FIFA, he decided that there would be a new cup that would qualify for this event. Al-Nama added that the model for the Arab Cup is made in pure gold and the cup contains a map of the Arab world with inscriptions of the alphabet, inspired in particular to Ibrahim Toukan’s masterpiece “Mawtani” and ripples that imitate the ways of Arabic commerce. He said Qatari health authorities have allowed stadium capacity to be filled and he expects large audiences to participate in the interviews. in particularly the Arab derbies, which promise more enthusiasm.

The tournament will see the participation of 16 Arab teams, who will compete in 32 matches over 19 days, to win the title of the first edition of the tournament under the aegis of FIFA.

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