Goal launches Arab Championship partnership

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Exclusive content, news and video of the region's biggest summer club competition will be provided around the world

Goal has announced a deal with Sela Sport to cover the Arab Championship, which runs from July 22 until August 6.

The competition will pit 12 of the region’s best sides against each other in a tournament that had previously been in the midst of a three-year hiatus. 

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Three groups of four will compete to qualify for the semi-finals, with the winners of each pool progressing along with the best performing second-placed side. 

Goal’s partnership will ensure it is the best place to follow the competition as it unfolds, with exclusive content, news and video.

“We are very happy to announce this partnership,” said Emre Ugurlu, Perform Managing Director - Turkey, MENA & Eastern Europe. “Our aim is to further promote the region’s growing football culture. Sela is a very important player in this region and we are proud to partner with them for the Arab Championship. 

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“As an official partner, we will not only act as a content provider, but also help the Arab Championship exploit its major overseas potential.

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Ibrahim Mohtaseb, Chief Business Development Officer at Sela Sport said: “All the region will gather around this tournament this summer and our partnership with Goal, we will give fans the best opportunity to enjoy football by leading teams across the region. 

“Goal is the biggest football website globally and this will help the Arab Championship reach all the football fans throughout the world. We will be distributing exclusive complimentary content that will bring fans closer to the action and dramatically enhance their experience."

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