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Qatar: King Salman Cup for Arab Clubs: Al-Sadd is in Group B and Qatar Club meets Sfaxien in the qualifiers

The draw for the King Salman Cup for Arab Football Clubs resulted in the Qatari Al-Sadd team falling into the second group, and the draw also placed Qatar Club in the face of Tunisian Sfaxien in the first (preliminary) round of the tournament, which Saudi Arabia is hosting in three cities (Taif, Abha, Al-Baha).

The draw took place this evening in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, and resulted in Al-Sadd falling into the group that includes next to it (Saudi Al-Hilal and Moroccan Wydad, and the fourth qualifier from the preliminary round matches). in the qualifiers), and came in the third group (Zamalek and Al-Nasr Saudi Arabia, accompanied by the fifth and second qualifiers from the qualifiers). As for the fourth group, it included (Shabab Belouizdad and Moroccan Raja, in addition to the first and sixth qualified teams from the qualifiers). In the first preliminary round, the Royal Moroccan Army will meet with the Libyan Union, the Lebanese Tower with the Emirati Unity, the Sudanese Mars with the Syrian Tishreen, the Saudi Youth with the Iraqi Air Force, and the Sudanese Crescent with the Bahraini Manama. And / The Vanguards of the Egyptian Army with the People of Tripoli /, and / The Omani Renaissance with the Palestinian Youth of Hebron /, and / Fahman Al-Yemeni with the Tunisian Monastir Union /, and / Bahraini Muharraq with the Omani Seeb /, and / Mauritanian Nouadhibou with the Jordanian Youth /, And / Kuwaiti Kuwait with Algerian Sawra Youth /. The first round of the tournament will start on March 13th and will continue until April 12th, while the second round will start on May 8th and end on June 7th, provided that the matches will be in a knockout system back and forth, while the tournament finals will be held between July 20th and 5th. Next August, which is the date for the final match. It is worth noting that the beginning of the Arab Clubs Champions League Championship was in 1982, which was held in a home-and-away system, and its first title was won by the Iraqi Police Club, and after this championship lasted for 17 times until 2001, when the last version of it was held in Qatar and won by Al-Sadd Club.

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