The terms of the MoU include holding joint workshops to discuss ways to develop the marketing and promotional side of the competitions…reports Asian Lite News
The UAE Pro League signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Israeli Professional Football League, that will see the two sides cooperate to further develop the success of the sport in both countries.
The historic agreement – the first of its kind in the Middle East – is a step towards laying the foundations for cooperation and securing a joint mechanism to achieve practical steps aimed at developing all matters related to football, the UAE Pro League said in a statement.
The terms of the MoU include holding joint workshops to discuss ways to develop the marketing and promotional side of the competitions, in addition to keeping pace with everything related to sports and football development technology, as well as developing the technical aspect in the football sector.
A signing ceremony was held on Monday morning, October 26th, via web video conferencing and was attended by Abdulla Naser Al Junaibi, Chairman of the UAE Pro League, and Erez Halfon, Chairman of the Israeli Professional Football League.
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