Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex Selected as Venue for AFC Cup Finals

Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex Selected as Venue for AFC Cup Finals

Boushar, The Gulf Observer: The prestigious Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Boushar has been chosen as the host venue for the AFC Cup finals for the 2023/2024 sports season, scheduled to take place on May 5, 2024. This announcement marks a significant milestone for Oman’s sporting landscape and underscores the nation’s capability to organize major international sporting events.

The highly anticipated finals match will feature Lebanon’s Al Ahed competing against Australia’s Central Coast Mariners. Al Ahed secured their place in the finals after a hard-fought victory against Oman’s Al Nahda in the semi-finals, with an aggregate score of 2-3. Meanwhile, Central Coast Mariners earned their spot in the finals by defeating Abdish-Ata Kant of Kyrgyzstan with a comprehensive score of 1-4.

The selection of Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex as the venue for the AFC Cup finals highlights its status as one of the largest sports complexes in Oman. With a seating capacity of over 28,000 spectators, the complex provides an ideal setting for hosting prestigious international sporting events.

Recognized by the Olympic Council of Asia as an international sports complex, Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex boasts state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure, ensuring a world-class experience for athletes, officials, and spectators alike.

The AFC Cup finals promise to be a thrilling showcase of talent and sportsmanship, drawing attention from football enthusiasts across the globe. As Oman embraces its role as a host nation, the event will serve as a testament to the nation’s commitment to promoting sports and fostering international cooperation through athletic excellence.