Medeama Sporting Club and Al Nasr Sports Club have signed a “cooperation agreement as the Ghanaian champions seek to expand its brand internationally.

The 2023-24 CAF Champions League campaigners become the first Ghanaian club in recent memory to officially establish relations with an Emirati club.

The “cooperation agreement”  with the Arab club includes technical and sports cooperation aimed at expanding the international scope and opening more global opportunities for mutual benefit.

The terms of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) seeks to learn and explore the best practices in both clubs.

The partnership also include technical knowledge sharing for senior and youth teams of both parties, capacity building for administrators and sponsorship opportunities, exchange of visits by technical staff and experts in football management and any other issues deemed necessary for the effective promotion of the interest of the two parties.

The two parties have formalised the deal with Medeama president Moses Armah signing on behalf of the Ghanaian giants while Al Nasr chairman Abdulla Bin Touq signed on behalf of the Emirati side with top officials of both clubs serving as witnesses.

Medeama hosted a one-day training camp at the Al Nasr facility on Wednesday February 28, 2024 before the team’s departure to Algeria for the final CAF Champions League group stage match against CR Belouizdad.