Gulf Cup

The Gulf Cup may refer to either of two association football tournaments:

  • Gulf Club Champions Cup, for club teams
  • Gulf Cup of Nations, for national teams

Other articles related to "gulf cup, gulf":

Ahmed Khalil (Emirati Footballer) - Honours - UAE
... Under 17 Gulf Cup of Nations 2006 ... AFC U-19 Championship 2008 ... Gulf Cup of Nations Under 2010 ... Asian Games Silver Medal 2010 ... Gulf Cup of Nations 2013. ...
Danny Mc Lennan - Iraq
... At the 1976 Gulf Cup in Doha under coach McLennan’s instructions the Iraqi team attacked from the opening seconds of matches hoping to kill-off the game by half-time this tactic worked as they trashed ... and meant Iraq had to play Kuwait in a play-off for the Gulf Cup – which Iraq lost 4-2 thanks to a hat-trick from Kuwaiti striker Abdul-Aziz Al-Anbari ... which changed the face of football in the Gulf, as the Football Associations of several nations in the Gulf States moved from employing Brazilian coaches to British ...
Iraq National Football Team - Stadiums - Future of Iraq
... This project was supposed to host the 2013 Gulf Cup of Nations that was going to be held in Iraq, but after security purposes the tournament host was moved to Bahrain ... However, it is expected to host the 2015 Gulf Cup of Nations ... complex intended to serve as the host location for the 2015 Gulf Cup ...
Hani Al-Dhabit - Gulf Cup - The 2003 and 2004 Gulf Cups Decline
... Al-Dhabit led Oman to its most successful position ever yet in the Gulf Cup competition, reaching the final 4 round for the first time ... During the 2004 Gulf Cup of Nations, Hani was not assigned captaincy by Czech coach, Milan Macala ... During the 2004 Gulf Cup he was featured widely as a substitute, but still received an adequate amount of playing time, and scored in a goal in the penalty-kick shootout during the final in which Oman ...

Famous quotes containing the words cup and/or gulf:

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    Cynthia Paine (b. 1934)

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    Hugh O’Neill (20th century)