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International Cairo Stadium

History

The Cairo International Stadium is the first of its kind with Olympic standards in the Middle East and Africa. It is located in the Nasr City area of ​​northeast Cairo. It was designed by the German architect Werner Mars, the same architect who designed the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, 1936, completed in 1960 and inaugurated by the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser at the July Revolution celebrations of the same year. The stadium is located 10 km from Cairo International Airport and 30 km from downtown Cairo. ...

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Dr. Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, inaugurated the activities of the Arab Judo Championship 16/09/2021 | 12:18 PM
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Dr. Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports, inaugurated this evening, Saturday evening, the activities of the Arab Open Championship for the tenth champion teams and clubs for juniors, the eighth for women and youth, the sixth for young women, the fifth for cubs, and the fourth for buds, and the first for blind judo for men and women, on the indoor hall No. 2 in the Indoor Halls Complex. At the Cairo International Stadium. 12 countries, represented by about 600 male and female players, will participate in the tournament, namely Egypt, the organizing country, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Palestine, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Yemen, Libya and the Hashemite Kingdom of Morocco. The tournament will continue until September 16.

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