Yasmin School has qualified to the finals of the International Jeem Football Cup taking place in Doha.
The Amman-based school beat Al Safi School from the Jordan Valley 5-0 in the National Final to book one of 20 spots in the overall finals where there will be 14 Arab nations, three European and three teams from South Africa.
They will compete for the Jeem TV Cup and a cash prize of 200,000 QAR (40,000 JD). Second will win 150,000 QAR (30,000JD), third will take home 100,000 QAR (20,000 JD), with individual prizes of another cash prize of 50,000 QAR (10,000 JD) presented for the best player, goalkeeper, and scorer.
Previously, Imam Al Bukhari School from Jordan finished second in the tournament.