Kuwait’s Football Squad Gears Up for 2026 World Cup and 2027 Asian Cup Journey

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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 2: The Kuwaiti national football team commenced its training today, marking the start of its preparatory camp in Dubai ahead of the 2026 World Cup and 2027 Asian Cup qualifiers. Saud Al-Mujammad, the head of the delegation and director of the national teams, provided insights to the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).

During this camp, the team will engage in two friendly matches against Bahrain and Kyrgyzstan on September 7 and 11, respectively. These matches are designed to fine-tune the team’s performance and readiness for the upcoming qualifiers.

Al-Mujammad emphasized the pivotal nature of the World Cup qualifiers, highlighting the team’s aspirations to secure a place in the final stage of the competition. Achieving this dream requires unwavering dedication and collective efforts from all involved parties.

Recognizing the significance of the current training camp, Al-Mujammad explained that it serves to prepare the team physically and mentally, while also enhancing the players’ skill sets to confront the challenges that lie ahead.

A comprehensive training program has been devised to hone individual skills, refine team tactics, and foster team unity and cooperation. Al-Mujammad expressed his strong confidence in the team’s capacity to yield positive outcomes, underscoring that the qualifiers present a formidable challenge necessitating unwavering focus and rigorous preparation.

Al-Mujammad noted that the competition within the qualifying group for the World Cup and Asian Cup will feature formidable opponents, demanding collective effort, perseverance, and solidarity from everyone involved.

He confirmed that the team comprises 25 fully prepared players, all of whom are free from injuries, ready to tackle the challenges of the qualifiers for both tournaments. Al-Mujammad expressed his optimism about the team’s potential for success, aiming to fulfill the aspirations of Kuwaiti football fans.

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