Ali Bin Al-Hussein
Prince Ali, 37, is the youngest member of the FIFA executive committee.
Empowering women to play a more proactive role in football.
Photos of football, Prince Ali as an athlete and sports fan, and his family.
This gallery contains videos of football and Prince Ali’s interviews.
December 5th 2013, Praia do Forte, Brazil--- FIFA's Executive Committee made a unanimous decision to award Jordan hosting rights for the FIFA Under 17 Women World Cup in 2016 today at its last meeting of the committee
November 26, 2013, Za’atari--- Norway’s Foreign Minister Børge Brende inaugurated today the Norway Football Field for Girls at the Za’atari Syrian refugee camp in Northern Jordan during his one day visit to the Kingdom.
Kuala Lumpur, 25 November 2013 - The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) today kicked off the ‘One Goal’ campaign along with partners World Vision, DSM, Global Alliance for Improving Nutrition (GAIN) and the-AFDP
Injuries, suspensions, drawn away in the second leg and up against one of the deadliest strike duos in international football - Jordan have little to be optimistic about ahead of their 'David v Goliath'
His Majesty King Abdullah II has donated JD350,000 to the national football team. King Abdullah expressed his full support to the Nashama ahead of a match with Uruguay on Wednesday
When Jordan began their World Cup campaign back in July of 2011 memories of the previous summer’s final in Johannesburg were still fresh. European eyes were still firmly fixed on the business-end of Euro 2012
DOHA: Qatar will host the 8th WAFF (Men's) Championship from December 25 to January 7, 2014, officials from Qatar Football Association (QFA) and West Asian Football Federation (WAFF) announced here Thursday.
FIFA vice-president Prince Ali of Jordan is “optimistic” that contentious issues – such as racism – plaguing the image of Russia as a world sports host can be overcome.
Amman, Under the chairmanship of HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, FIFA Vice President representing Asia and Chairman of the Asian Football Development Project (AFDP), AFDP and its Official Partner PepsiCo
Amman, October 25, 2013-- In commemoration of the late Mr. Saad Abdul-Latif, former Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo Asia, Middle East and Africa, the Asian Football Development Project (AFDP) and its Official Partner
Iraq's bid to overturn a FIFA ban on playing home internationals has won the conditional support of their confederation as the dispute over the country being stripped of hosting the Gulf Cup escalates.
SINGAPORE — Fifa vice-president Prince Ali bin al-Hussein has criticised soccer’s world governing body for banning Iraq from hosting home internationals, and has urged it to do more for Middle Eastern supporters.