Bank Muscat marks milestone with its 50th Green Sports field
Bank Muscat, the flagship financial services provider in the sultanate, in step with its vision ‘To serve you better, everyday’ and commitment to partnership in supporting youth and promoting Oman as a sporting nation, marked a milestone with the inauguration of the 50th football field developed as part of its Green Sports initiative in the wilayat of Wadi al Ma’awel.
The Guest of Honour, H E Sheikh Khalid bin Hilal al Mawali, Chairman of Majlis A’Shura, presented the Green Sports football field to Al Ajal Sports Team, in the presence of dignitaries and senior bank officials.
Addressing the gathering, Taya Bait Sabeea, from Interior Region Branches, said, “This is a proud achievement for Bank Muscat to celebrate the inauguration of the 50th Green Sports football field. The unique CSR ini-
tiative reiterates the bank’s commitment to develop modern sports infrastructure across the sultanate. Complementing government efforts in building a sporting nation, the initiative benefiting communities, espe-
cially youth, is aimed at contributing to sustainable development and all-round progress in Oman.”
Khalid bin Salim al Naabi, president of Al Ajal Sports Team, said, “We are thankful to Bank Muscat for the Green Sports initiative, which has made vital contributions to creating an ideal environment for Omani sports talents. The unique initiative is a big support for the country’s youth and we are confident that
many youngsters will benefit from this programme and become sporting heroes for the country.”
The unique Green Sports CSR initiative aimed at promoting Oman as a sporting nation by
greening and developing football fields has benefited a total of 93 sports teams across the country to date in the past seven years.
The programme has spread across the entire nation, reinforc-
ing the bank’s leadership role in social responsibility.
Marking the eighth year of the unique CSR initiative, the bank will support the development of 15 football fields across the sultanate in 2019.