QCSF all set to organise FISU University World Cup 3x3 Basketball -Doha 2023

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2023-11-08 | Since 4 Month

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Doha, 8 November 2023 - The Qatar Collegiate Sports Federation (QCSF) has announced that all organizational and administrative preparations are completed to host 2023  FISU University World Cup 3x3 Basketball from 10th to 12th of  November at Qatar University Sport and Events Complex (A07) in Doha. 

The press conference was  attended by the QCSF President Dr. Ibrahim Bin Saleh Al-Naimi, the QCSF Secretary General, Mr. Rashid Saeed Adiba, FISU Sports Director, Mr. Juan Carlos, representatives of sponsors, national partners, namely Qatar Airways,  Aspire Zone, Qatar Tourism and local and international media personnel.

Dr. Al-Naimi opened  the  meeting with a welcoming message to all partners, sponsors, media  and news agencies representatives. He appreciated their amazing effort to  the event that will be held  for the first time in Qatar and Middle East Region, he hopefully this collective effort will produce memorable event.

QCSF President said this event will help  all students from different cultural backgrounds  to exchange experience and skills and for us as  QCSF we will be getting forward to seek new grounds  to  enhance our organizational, technical and administrative experience for  FISU sport events to come.

“ By hosting this event,  we will  turn our QCSF’s vision into reality to build up  better sport activities for students of higher education institutions as well as to   discover the most talented students and taking our university sports to a new level of excellence locally, regionally and internationally” said Dr. Al-Naimi.

 "I would like to thank FISU for their confidence in  Qatar Collegiate Sports Federation organizational abilities for giving our federation the host rights of the event , I  also wish better luck, success and  good stay to all participating teams” added Dr. Al-Niami.

In his speech, FISU Sports Director, Mr. Juan Carlos has appreciated Qatar hospitality , warm welcome and organizational abilities. He praised the positive effort from  partners and sponsors and said this championship is just a beginning of  cooperation between FISU and QCSF in the sport events to come.

For his part, the QCSF Secretary General, Mr. Rashid Saed Adiba has delivered a brief presentation  on event’s organizational and administrative issues,  namely number of  participating teams ( 24 teams), number of countries ( 17 countries) , event venue ( Qatar University Sports and Events Complex) ,  logistics an technical matters and ongoing efforts to make the event memorable.

On the sidelines of the press conference  Dr. Ibrahim Bin Saleh Al-Naimi inked sponsorship agreements for the event on behalf of the QCSF with  Mr Thierry Antinori, Chief Commercial Officer  who signed on behalf of the Qatar Airways  and  with Mr Abdullah Nasser Al-Nuaimi, General Manager Aspire Logistics who signed on behalf of Aspire Zone.


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