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Talal Liwa Hotel hosts football teams

Dubai, UAE (August 14, 2012) – Tilal Liwa Hotel, a secluded desert hideaway perched at the edge of the majestic Rub Al Khali desert in Abu Dhabi Western region, is hosting the stay of four teams competing in the Al Dhafra Club First International Football Championship held at Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan Stadium in Madinat Zayed, Western Abu Dhabi.

The football tournament, organised by Al Dhafra Sports & Culture Club, started last August 3 with teams such Al Ismaaily from Egypt, Al Seeb from Oman, Al Ahli from Libya and Al Dhafra Sport & Culture Club from Abu Dhabi, UAE competing for the final match held on 12th August. 

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