Jordan

Next year's Tokyo Olympics will take place even if the Covid-19 pandemic is still underway, said Toshiro Muto, chief executive of the Games' organising committee

Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Asia and Oceania boxing qualifier in Amman, Jordan next month have secured several sponsors for the event

Golf bodies the European Challenge Tour, Ladies European Tour (LET) and Staysure Tour have teamed up to launch a new mixed gender tournament that will be hosted in Jordan.

Jordan has been unveiled as the host of the Women’s Asia Cup international football tournament in 2018.

Amman, Jordan: Global Geneva, a Swiss media outlet specialising in news from the non-profit and development world, has ranked Generations For Peace 32nd in its ‘Top 500 NGOs in the World’ list for 2015, making Generations For Peace the second-highest ranked peace-building organisation in the list and the only Jordanian NGO in the Top 100.

Fifa vice-president Prince Ali bin Al Hussein has confirmed that he will stand against Sepp Blatter for the presidency of football’s global governing body later this year.

The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) has announced the launch of a new structure and strategic plan that it hopes will pave the way for a new era for sport in the Kingdom.

The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) general assembly has elected Prince Feisal Al Hussein as president for a third term.

PepsiCo has extended a sponsorship deal with the Jordan Football Association in a three-year deal, from 2013-14 to 2015-16.

HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, President of the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC), and Marisol Casado, President of the International Triathlon Union (ITU), were elected as members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at its 122nd General Assembly in Vancouver on Friday.

President of the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) and chairman of Generations For Peace, Prince Feisal Al Hussein, has been nominated to become a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein announced the start of the Generations For Peace Camp 08, with youth leaders from 16 nations attending a ten-day intense certification programme.

Jordan’s Peace Through Sport initiative has been re-named Generations For Peace in a move which clearly distinguishes it from similarly titled projects and underscores a fresh global focus.

His Royal Highness, Prince Feisal Al Hussein of Jordan, the founder and chairman of the global initiative ‘Peace Through Sport’, has changed the name of his flagship project to ‘Generations For Peace'.

Peace Through Sport, the global initiative founded by HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein to help bring unity to the world’s divided communities, is ready to be “rolled out to the globe” after holding a successful 10-day pilot camp in Amman, Jordan.

HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, President of the Jordan Olympic Committee opened the first Peace Through Sport Camp in Al Hussein Youth City, Amman, for leaders of youth from around the world to help them use sport to bridge the differences in their divided communities.

The International Softball Federation (IFS) approved Jordan’s application to start a national softball federation, boosting the “Back Softball” campaign to reinstate the sport in the 2016 Olympics.