AFC hails Asian icons for unwavering support in #BreakTheChain series
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) today paid tribute to its Member Associations (MA) and the Continent’s football stars for lending their voices to the highly-acclaimed #BreakTheChain series.
With the overwhelming support from more than 150 players and officials from 45 MAs, the mass awareness campaign takes its place as the most widely endorsed AFC initiative and greatest collaboration in recent history.
AFC President hails Asia’s ‘guiding lights’ as more than 100 stars pledge to #BreakTheChain
Kuala Lumpur: Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President, today thanked the 100 players, officials and match officials who have contributed to promote the World Health Organization’s (WHO) messaging during the current COVID-19 crisis.
The AFC President described the Member Associations, the players, officials and match officials, who have led the AFC’s #BreakTheChain campaign, as ‘guiding lights during these dark and challenging times.’
The 100th person to join the much-heralded campaign was Ali Mabkhout from the United Arab Emirates and the AFC has reached that number in just over 10 days – the first 50 signing up in just 48 hours to promote the messages of the highest standards of hygiene, social distancing and, where Governments have stipulated, staying at home.
Resan, Safee and Bishal join forces in latest AFC’s #StayActive campaign
Kuala Lumpur: Iraq international and Persepolis FC’s Bashar Resan, experienced Malaysian forward Safee Sali and Nepal goalkeeper Bishal Shrestha are the latest trio to showcase the best ways to maintain a healthy routine during the COVID-19 pandemic in today’s episode of the Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #StayActive series.
The latest #StayActive campaign shines the spotlight on the fitness programmes of some of Asia’s biggest icons and is designed to encourage fans to join their favourite stars in improving their physical health and mental wellbeing from the comforts of their homes and to follow the World Health Organization’s guidelines on physical distancing.
Asian stars continue to build resilient communities in AFC’s #StayActive series
Kuala Lumpur: Former Islamic Republic of Iran and Charlton Athletic star Reza Ghoochannejhad, Malaysia’s national head coach Tan Cheng Hoe and Mongolian forward Naranbold Nyam-Osor are the latest trio to join the Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #StayActive movement, empowering fans to enhance their physical and mental health during these unprecedented times.
Providing a rare glimpse into the fitness routines of Asia’s biggest names, the AFC’s #StayActive initiative continues to build a support system for fans to improve their wellbeing by presenting them with the opportunity to emulate their icons while promoting the physical distancing guidelines initiated by the World Health Organization (WHO).
More icons join #BreakTheChain movement to spread COVID-19 awareness
Kuala Lumpur: Kuwait national team goalkeeper Sulaiman Abdulghafoor, Lebanon’s leading goal-scorer Hassan Maatouk and Mongolian forward Oyunbaatar Mijiddorj are the latest icons to lend their voices in the #BreakTheChain campaign.
The Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) public awareness campaign continues to reach football fans from around the world through the strong support from more than 150 Asian players and officials from 45 Member Associations.
Asian stars inspire fans to join AFC’s #StayActive challenge
Kuala Lumpur: Iraq legend Emad Mohamad Reza, Islamic Republic of Iran’s Mohammad Rashid Mazaheri and Nepal forward Bharat Khawas are the latest Asian stars to underline the importance of physical and mental wellbeing during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in today’s episode of the Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #StayActive campaign.
In the last month, the engaging #StayActive series has continued to promote the World Health Organization’s (WHO) call to action to keep fit, stay healthy and practice physical distancing, while fostering community-building by focusing on the exercise routines of Asia’s stars who are encouraging fans to share their experiences and inspiring more to join the movement.
Al Hagri, Shahrazen and Al Hebaiter urge vigilance in latest #BreakTheChain series
Kuala Lumpur: Yemen national team midfielder Aiman Al Hagri, Brunei Darussalam and DPMM FC’s Shahrazen Said - the first to feature for their respective nations - join forces with Kuwait’s Omar Al Hebaiter in the latest Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) #BreakTheChain episode to raise awareness in the fight against COVID-19.
More than 150 Asian players and officials from 45 AFC Member Associations have pledged their support behind the widely-acclaimed campaign which continues to encourage millions of fans and communities to follow the World Health Organization’s (WHO) hygiene guidelines.