New Arabian Gulf League season gets kick-off date as UAE prepares for return

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New Arabian Gulf League season gets kick-off date as UAE prepares for return

(UAE Pro League).

The UAE Pro League has announced dates for the start of the 2020/21 football season.

The Pro League competitions get under way on September 3 with the Arabian Gulf Cup, followed by the Arabian Gulf League on the 9th and the Arabian Gulf League U21 two days later.

The announcement follows a series of coordination meetings with all stakeholders, including a joint meeting with the UAE Football Association on June 21, attended by representatives of the national teams committee and the competitions committee. It was followed by a meeting with the professional clubs on Tuesday attended by clubs representatives, then a third meeting with the broadcast right holders.

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UAE Pro League board member and head of Technical Committee Hassan Taleb Al Marri praised all stakeholders for their cooperation throughout the discussions. “In setting the calendar, we were keen to have matches scheduled on weekends to ensure maximum levels of viewership and attendances,” said Al Marri.

“The calendar also took into consideration preparing players for national team duty by playing three match-weeks in the league ahead of the joint qualifiers in October 2020, and also scheduled two match-weeks in September prior to the AFC Champions League resumption to help our clubs prepare for the competition.

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“We are always striving to have a uniform schedule that serves the best interests of our national teams and clubs. We look forward to a successful season, be it technically or in terms of media, marketing and attendances, and with everyone’s efforts, we can deliver that.”

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