African football legend confirms attendance at SATUC Cup preview event. One of the world’s greatest footballers, the legendary Liberian striker
Director of the SATUC Foundation for disadvantaged children, Sheikha Sheikha is attending the Green March Cup football match in Laâyoune,
Marrakech, 6 November, 2015 – In a celebration of the 40th anniversary of Morocco’s historic peaceful “Green March” to re-claim
Sheikha Al-Thani, the philanthropist and children’s charity campaigner has met with the Cameroonian football legend Samuel Eto’o to discuss future
Sheikha Al-Thani,will tonight attend the Yellow Whistle Ball, as a guest of the international soccer legend Samuel Eto’o.
Sheikha Al-Thani, the philanthropist and children’s charity campaigner, will tonight attend the Yellow Whistle Ball, as a guest of the
Aziz Bouderbala is a famous former Moroccan football player who throughout his distinguished career made 61 appearances for his country.
We are delighted to annouce that Aziz Bouderbala will be joining us as Morocco’s Honorary Ambassador for the 2017 SATUC
We are delighted to announce that Abdoulaye Traore Ben Bady will be the SATUC 2017 Honorary Ambassador for the Ivory
When the first Suez Canal was opened in 1869 the rules of football were only 6 years old – and
Sheikha waves the flag for all countries, spreading SATUC’s principles of equality, unity and breaking down barriers between nations. Sheikha
CAIRO – Sports legends and media from around the world have praised the debut 2015 SATUC Cup, brainchild of
SATUC World Cup for orphans which was held in Cairo under the patronage of Sheikha Sheikha Al Thani, president of SATUC foundation and founder of World Cup for orphans under the slogan “Children of the world are our children”, illustrating that there is no difference between children in regard of gender, religion, or color and she treats them equally in order to enable them to engage in the society in which they live.
CAIRO 7 July 2015 – In a feast of soccer and celebration in front of a star-studded crowd of 300 specially invited guests, the leading children’s charity SATUC has launched the 2015 SATUC Cup at a glittering Ramadan Suhoor party in Cairo.
The glittering event held in the outskirts of the Egyptian capital gave a flavour of the forthcoming soccer spectacular the 2015 SATUC World Cup to be held this August, and encapsulated the passion and commitment of SATUC founder Sheikha Al-Thani’s and her hopes and dreams for the underprivileged children of the world.
Staged on the football pitch and in the grand ballroom of the Mövenpick Hotel in Cairo’s October 6 District, the evening started with a hard-fought six-a-side soccer match between young players from Egypt and Syria, battling it out for the SATUC Ramadan Suhoor trophy. Although the Syrians played skilfully and courageously, the honours of the evening went to the home team which scored a spectacular 5-0 victory.
SATUC TO CELEBRATE RAMADAN SUHOOR AT SPECIAL SATUC CUP PREVIEW EVENT IN CAIRO, 7 JULY With less than two months
With less than two months to go until the inaugural 2015 SATUC Cup, the organisers of this unique tournament for underprivileged children are holding a special event on 7 July, 2015, to mark the end of the Holy month of Ramadan.
Hosted by SATUC founder Princess Sheikha Al-Thani, the SATUC Ramadan Suhoor will be a celebration to showcase the international soccer tournament to come, and to introduce some of our amazing line up of star ambassadors to the assembled VIPs and the international press.
Sheikha Al Thani, founder of the SATUC World Cup, the international 6-a-side football tournament for refugees, orphans and disadvantaged young people, spoke about her exciting new project to some of the biggest names in football when she addressed those present at the Human Appeal Celebrity Football Gala Dinner in London on Monday.
The international children’s charity SATUC (Sheikha Al-Thani for Uniting Children) is delighted to announce generous high-level sponsorship from two of
Sheikha’s interview with the popular Stephen Nolan show on BBC Radio 5 Live. The radio host seemed stunned to have
Moroccan football star and SATUC World Cup ambassador drove 700 km all the way from Agadir to the southern city
On Saturday 9th May, 2 Touch Rulz held their final trials to select the English team to compete at the