OFA President Sheikh Salim Al Wahaibi received a delegation from the Qatar Football Association this past week.
The delegation arrived in Oman with the view of boosting relations and co-operation between the two entities. There were ideas and specific contributions by both parties, with a number of points discussed around the development of football.
The visit comes after QFA Chairman Sheikh Hamad Al Thani also visited the OFA to discuss the relationships between the two entities earlier in the week.
Mudhaibi made history after they secured promotion to the Omantel Professional League this past weekend after securing a vital point following a goalless draw against Al Salam.
They will next travel to Nizwa for the last round hoping to secure the First Division title. The achievement is historic for the club as this is the first time in their history that they will have qualified for Oman’s top tier competition.
The second automatic qualifying spot and the playoff spot are now a 3 way tie between Seeb, Mirbat and Al Salam clubs.
The OFA U-16 National Team was drawn into Group B for the Asian U-16 Championship qualifiers.
The group contains Tajkistan, Syria, Turkmenistan and Maldives.
The qualifiers will be played from the 18th – 24th of September after which the qualified teams will take part in the draw for the finals.
The OFA U-19 National Team was drawn into Group A for the Asian U-19 Championship qualifiers.
The group contains Bahrain, UAE, Nepal and Kyrgyzstan.
The qualifiers will be played from the 31st October – 8th November after which the qualified teams will take part in the draw for the finals.
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