The Arab Football Association confirmed that the final of the Mohammed VI Cup for Champions Clubs, between the Saudi Federation and Moroccan Raja, will be held on its previously scheduled date on August 21, which will be held in Morocco.
And the account of the Arab Football Association wrote, through his account on Twitter: “The Mohammed VI Cup for Champions Clubs, the expected final, is on time.”
It is noteworthy that the Saudi Jeddah Union team qualified for the Arab Championship final after defeating Al-Shabab in the return match with a score of two goals to one, on January 4, while Moroccan Raja reached the final after defeating the Egyptian Ismaili in the second leg with a result, three clean goals. Also on January 11th.
And Talal Al-Sheikh, director of the Arab Championship, said in statements to the Saudi sports newspaper: “We proposed two dates earlier in the coming months of May and August, but we settled on August, which is the closest so far in Morocco, and it will coincide with the launch of the Saudi and Moroccan leagues.“.
And the director of the Arab Championship added: “So far, the fate of the mass attendance has not been determined, as it will depend on health officials in the two countries, as they are keen with the Arab Federation on the safety of everyone.”“.
And Al-Sheikh answered a question about the value of the financial reward for the hero: “So far, the value of the rewards has not changed“.