Emir Cup Trophy Tour Continues to Four Expat Schools
DOHA: Last week the Emir Cup trophy tour visited four expat schools in Doha with M.E.S Indian School, Sudanese School, Palestinian School and Jordanian School having the chance to interact with the trophy.
The biggest crowd was present in M.E.S Indian School and Jordanian School with 200 students gathered around trophy to take pictures.
The four schools’ students had the chance to not only hold the trophy and take pictures with it, but to also ask questions about the Emir Cup, its history, and participating teams. QFA also distributed gifts to all attending students to encourage them to take part in this football carnival and attend the matches.
Students of all four schools waited eagerly in the school hall to greet QFA representatives and welcome the most coveted trophy.
All schools were invited to the semi-finals in Al Sadd Stadium and final match in Khalifa International Stadium.
This week, QFA will visit Al Rashad School so that students can have the opportunity to take pictures with the trophy. Al Rashad School is planning on organising a football tournament in celebration of the Emir Cup 2014.
QFA representatives were greeted in the Sudanese School by Farooq Belal, the Principal, Abou Baker and Omar Habeeb Allah, the P.E. Coordinators. Then QFA visited the M.E.S Indian School where they received a warm welcome by Mr. Sasi Daran, Principal of M.E.S Indian School and were thanked for their continuous support to the school’s various sports initiatives.
The last two stops of the tour were at the Palestinian and the Jordanian Schools. The Principals of the Palestinian School and Jordanian School, Mrs. Zainab Abdullah and Dalia Al Jaouni along with other teachers and staff members welcomed QFA and expressed appreciation for being part of the trophy tour.