The Jordanian University Sports Federation, in collaboration with the Jordan Basketball Federation, held a press conference at Al-Ahlya Amman University on Thursday, 05/12/2022 to launch the Jordanian University Basketball League (Bilink League) for male and female students. .
At the beginning of the conference, the President of the Sports Federation of Jordanian Universities, the President of Al-Ahlia Amman University and the Vice-President of the Jordan Olympic Committee, Prof. Dr. Sari Hamdan praised the great role played by the Dean of Student Affairs. , Members of the Administrative Board and Sports Activity Manager, members of the Technical Committee of the Sports Federation of Jordanian Universities, overcoming all obstacles to the success of the basketball league in Jordanian universities, emphasizing the need for universities to support all athletes. Their scholarship.
Mr. Muhammad Alian, President of the Jordan Basketball Association, is proud of the Jordan Basketball Association’s approval of the Jordan Basketball Association to host the first such league in Jordanian universities.
Nabil Abu Atta, secretary engineer of the Jordan Basketball Association, indicated that the main purpose of organizing Blink League for universities is to expand the base of the game and encourage Jordanian universities as well as connect with the young fan base. He also gave a presentation on participating universities and the groups to which they were distributed to invest in their infrastructure.
Mr Mudar reviewed the schedule for the final and sanctioned matches of the Mazzub Blink Universities League, which will begin the competition early next week, in addition to talking about the modalities for playing in the men’s and women’s championships.
The conference was attended by: President of the Sports Federation of Jordan Universities, President of the Jordan Basketball Association, Prof. Dr. Sari Hamdan, Jordan Basketball Federation Secretary Mr. Muhammad Aliyan, Engineer Nabil Abu Atta, Secretary Dr. Jordanian University Sports Federation, said. Mustafa Al-Attiyat, Dean of Student Affairs, Director of Sports Activities and Basketball Instructor, and several male and female players from the federation’s member universities.