The Council has celebrated Labour Day every year in the past as well, by honouring workers and also organising special sports events and competitions for the working class throughout the year in cooperation with different government entities and private national institutions.
“Salaam Alaykum, It’s Karim Benzema,” the 32-year-old says in a video message.“I have a message to all my friends in the UAE and to all the Muslims around the world during this month of Ramadan."
The Championship, which starts on Nov. 27, has attracted 48 teams, both boys and girls, and 720 players representing these teams will play 143 matches in six different age categories until the finale in April.
Nominations for the second edition of the Award are open now and interested individuals or institutions can submit their papers until April 23, 2020, through the Dubai Sports Council website.
The Extreme Sports Expo, the biggest event of its kind in the region, returns next month for its fifth edition at the Dubai World Trade Center from Jan.9 to 11.
Participants were free to choose from two distances - 5km and 10km - and prizes were given to the top three finishers in each of the eight categories – 5km for Male and Female, indoors and outdoors, and 10km for Male and Female, indoors and outdoors.
Dubai Sports Council has been meeting with local and international sports federations, and event organisers to discuss organising of sports events in the coming months.
Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) in association with the Dubai Sports Council, mark the official opening of the 10th edition of Dubai Sports World (DSW). The UAE’s most anticipated sporting event will run until Oct.3, 2020.
In week 8 of play, Al Wasl Club continued to shine in the U-14 category, winning 5-0 over Juventus Academy Dubai and grabbing a 3-2 victory against the La Liga Academy.