Ooredoo has signed a two-year partnership agreement with the Qatar Stars League (QSL) to sponsor the QSL Cup, which will now be called Ooredoo Cup.
The tournament will start on September 6, 2019, with the participation of First Division clubs. Teams will be divided into two groups and the top four from each group qualify for the knockout quarter-finals. The final has been scheduled for March 30, 2020.
Moza Khalid al-Muhannadi, Director of Sponsorship, CSR & Media Strategy at Ooredoo, said, “Supporting sporting events is a key pillar of our corporate social responsibility strategy for a number of reasons, and to this end, we’ve a new slogan for all sporting events to which we put our name — Empower You To Win.
“The new Ooredoo Cup is the perfect way in which we can promote a healthy, active lifestyle, encourage community cohesion and support Qatari sports teams.
We’ve a wealth of talent here in Qatar, and we’re proud to be enabling development of this talent as part of our commitment to Qatar National Vision 2030.
We look forward to the first matches of the tournament and wish each team the best of luck!”
Hassan Rabiah al-Kuwari, Executive Director of Marketing, Sales and Communication at QSL, said, “We’re proud to partner with Ooredoo, one of the largest companies in Qatar. The QSL seeks to support young players and Qatari clubs in this tournament (Ooredoo Cup).”
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