The Arbitration Department of the Qatar Football Association has announced the two refereeing teams for the two semi-final matches of the Arid Football Cup for the current season (2022-2023), which are scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday. The first semi-final, which brings together Umm Salal and Al-Arabi at Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, is managed by a crew consisting of: Saud Al-Athba as referee for the arena, Ramzan Al-Nuaimi as first assistant, Ibrahim Al-Dosari as second assistant, Mohsen Al-Sharshani as fourth referee, Youssef Al-Sharshani as referee for VAR technology and Taleb Salem as assistant referee for VAR technology. . As for the Al-Sadd and Al-Duhail confrontation in the second semi-final, which will be held at Suhaim bin Hamad Stadium, it will be run by the crew consisting of: Muhammad Ahmed Al-Shammari as referee for the arena, Jumaa Al-Borsheed as first assistant, Abdul Majeed Al-Karbi as second assistant, Muhammad Al-Obaidli as fourth referee, Hamad Al-Subaie as referee for VAR and Saud. Ahmed, assistant referee, VAR technique. The Qatar Stars League has set next Tuesday, March 28, as the date for the final match of the tournament at Jassim bin Hamad Stadium in Al Sadd Club. Umm Salal had reached the semi-finals as the champion of the second group of the first round of the tournament, to set a date with the qualified Arab as the second in the first group, while Al-Duhail reached the semi-finals as the champion of the first group to meet Al-Sadd second in the second group. It is noteworthy that Al-Sailiya won the championship title last season, for the second time in its history, after defeating Al-Wakra by five goals to four, preserving its title in the season before last, which it won by defeating Al-Rayyan in the final with two goals without a response.
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