Monday, August 2, 2021

Latest Posts

The Lakers Weren’t Ready for the Moment. Devin Booker Was.

Booker, the Phoenix Suns’ All-Star guard, is already showing the poise and determination of a playoff regular in his first postseason.The roots of everything...

2 Million Runs: Baseball on the Verge of Mile

For 145 years, players have stepped, slid, walked, tumbled and jumped on white rubber slabs all over the continent. It is the act of...

A Wrenching Knicks Loss, but an Electric Night at the Garden

N.B.A. playoff basketball returned to Manhattan as a cultural event with a loud, spirited crowd and a new archenemy, the Hawks’ Trae Young.For 47...

Blue Jays (and Their Fan Cutouts) Play Their Last Game in Florida

The Blue Jays are still barred from playing in Canada, but as they decamp from Florida, their fans — in plastic cutout form —...

Ooredoo to be National Supporter of FIFA Club World Cup 2020™

FIFA and the Local Organising Committee have announced that telecom operator Ooredoo is reprising its role as a National Supporter for the FIFA Club World Cup™, which as the tournament is again hosted in Qatar. 

The 2020 edition of the tournament is set to be held in Doha with matches taking place from 4 to 11 February 2021. Six top clubs from across the globe contending for the trophy, with matches in the second FIFA Club World Cup Qatar™, presented by Alibaba Cloud, taking place at the Ahmad Bin Ali and Education City stadiums in Doha. Ooredoo will be capitalising on its extensive experience with similar events to ensure fans enjoy an unrivalled experience in both stadiums. 

The telecoms operator has been working with its global partners to ensure that infrastructure at the stadiums is delivered on time, taking into consideration all safety measures imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Distribution antenna systems and the latest state-of-the-art 5G – with massive MIMO antenna systems and elastic cloud radio technologies – have been designed and deployed, and the event will be closely monitored on a real-time basis by a group of experts on-site and the Ooredoo Network Operations Centre to ensure seamless connectivity. 

Sabah Rabiah Alkuwari, PR Director at Ooredoo, said: “We’re immensely proud to be working with FIFA again to bring the FIFA Club World Cup to Qatar. We have the ideal venues in which to host such a prestigious event, and the very latest in technology and innovation to ensure a phenomenal experience for all. We’re looking forward to welcoming the teams, managers and support staff, and to an incredible event all round.”

Jean-Francois Pathy, Director of Marketing at FIFA, said: “After a successful tournament in 2019, we’re delighted to have Ooredoo come back for the current edition of the event. Their expertise is fundamental to the success of our tournament and we are very grateful for their commitment. The FIFA Club World Cup 2020 in Qatar will be a great opportunity to connect with local and traveling fans, and we look forward to another amazing event with Ooredoo by our side.”

Ooredoo is Qatar’s leading communications company, delivering mobile, fixed, and broadband internet, as well as corporate-managed services tailored to the needs of consumers and businesses. As a community-focused company, Ooredoo is guided by its vision of enriching people’s lives and its belief that it can stimulate human growth by leveraging communications to help people achieve their full potential.

Latest Posts

The Lakers Weren’t Ready for the Moment. Devin Booker Was.

Booker, the Phoenix Suns’ All-Star guard, is already showing the poise and determination of a playoff regular in his first postseason.The roots of everything...

2 Million Runs: Baseball on the Verge of Mile

For 145 years, players have stepped, slid, walked, tumbled and jumped on white rubber slabs all over the continent. It is the act of...

A Wrenching Knicks Loss, but an Electric Night at the Garden

N.B.A. playoff basketball returned to Manhattan as a cultural event with a loud, spirited crowd and a new archenemy, the Hawks’ Trae Young.For 47...

Blue Jays (and Their Fan Cutouts) Play Their Last Game in Florida

The Blue Jays are still barred from playing in Canada, but as they decamp from Florida, their fans — in plastic cutout form —...

Don't Miss

Bob Baffert Barred From Belmont Stakes by NY Racing Officials

The Hall of Fame trainer was already under suspension at Churchill Downs, where he won his seventh Kentucky Derby before his horse failed a...

The Ocean Course, Long Absent From Golf’s Spotlight, Is Back

The masterpiece on Kiawah Island, designed by Pete and Alice Dye to be as challenging as it is breathtaking, has not been the site...

Surfing for the United States, but Representing Hawaii

U.S. Olympic surfers from Hawaii — the proud home of the sport — would prefer to compete under their own red, white and blue...

The Liberty Get Another Shot at a Fresh Start

They weren’t supposed to meet this way, the new-look Liberty and their fans in sea foam green. The chants for Sabrina Ionescu, the 2020...

For Jrue Holiday, It’s a Good Game When His Wife Says So

The pressure is on as the Bucks head to the N.B.A. playoffs, but Holiday has somebody at home who understands competition: his wife, Lauren,...

Stay in touch

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.