By Sports Reporter/Doha
The Amir Cup Trophy Tour has kicked off with a stopover at Msheireb Properties, situated in the heart of the Qatari capital. Msheireb Properties, a real estate development company, is a subsidiary of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development.
As has been the practice over the years, the Amir Cup Trophy Tour will visit schools, colleges, universities, government offices and organisations in the private sector over the course of next few weeks until two teams reach the final of the event on May 16. More popularly known as the Trophy Tour, the attempt is to engage the Amir Cup trophy with members of the societies residing in Qatar. The delegation was received by Mubarak al-Buainain, Executive Director of Contracts, and Mariam al-Jasim, Director of Public Relations and Corporate Communications, Qatar international duo Yousif Hassan and Assem Madibo were accompanied by a Qatar Football Association delegation consisting of Khalid Mubarak al-Kuwari, Director of Marketing and Communication, Abdulrahman AbdulJabar, Hussein al-Sharshani and Ibrahim al-Ghanim.
Khalid Mubarak al-Kuwari, Director of Marketing and Communication, Qatar Football Association (QFA), said: “The launch of the Amir Cup trophy confirms that this event is for everybody. We already have requests from so many organisations that want to be part of the Trophy Tour.”
He added: “The start of this Trophy Tour signifies the importance of Msheireb Properties. This place is an architectural marvel. This Trophy Tour will continue its journey in the coming days and weeks until the final of the most popular football tournament in the country.
“There is no doubt that the Amir Cup is not only a football championship. The Amir Cup is an event that has a rich history and it is a tournament that brings the country together at every level,” al-Kuwari said.
Msheireb Properties is an emerging leader in sustainable development, its signature project Msheireb Downtown Doha employs a new approach to urban planning by combining traditional methods and modern technology aimed at preserving the environment as well as the cultural identity of Qatar.
Msheireb Properties partnered with industry leaders and experts in order to align the architectural lessons of the past with the latest in eco-friendly technologies to realise a language that is relevant, enriching and truly Qatari.
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