Posted on March 15, 2016

Commercial Bank, Qatar’s first private bank and the exclusive financial services partner of Manchester United in Qatar, has announced the Manchester United Soccer School will return for Qatar for the third consecutive year.

160 girls and boys aged 7 to 16 are set to take part in the Manchester United-run Soccer School from 20 to 24 March at Al Arabi Stadium. Children will be coached by two Manchester United Soccer School coaches who will be specially flown in from the UK to provide the training. Commercial Bank customers won places for their children at the exclusive five-day Soccer School by spending on their Commercial Bank Manchester United Credit Card and Debit Cards.

Under the guidance of Manchester United Soccer School coaches, the kids will receive an all-round training experience giving an insight into Manchester United youth training techniques and philosophy, advice on how to prepare off the pitch, improve their game,understand and develop a winning mentality - but most of all have lots of fun!

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Manchester United Group Managing Director Richard Arnold said: “Manchester United and Commercial Bank continue to enjoy a successful partnership which we are pleased to have in such an important territory. The Manchester United Soccer Schools are an example of the positive contribution the partnership is making in Qatar. Thanks to the hard work of Commercial Bank, the past two Soccer Schools have been highly successful and we now look forward to the third instalment.” 

Mr. Dean Proctor, Commercial Bank EGM, Chief Consumer & Private Banking said: “Through our partnership with Manchester United, Commercial Bank is delighted to bring the popular Manchester United Soccer School back to Qatar for the third year. Simply by using our Manchester United Credit Card, customers not only benefit from Commercial Bank’s generous rewards programme but also have the added excitement of winning a priceless Manchester United experience for themselves or a member of their family.”