Fanja Sports Club is an Omani sports club based in Fanja, Oman. The club is currently playing in the Oman Professional League, top division of Oman Football Association.
Orlando Fanasca is an Italian former footballer who played, as a midfielder, for Polisportiva Monti Cimini. He played one game in the Serie A in his debut 2001–02 Serie A season for AC Fiorentina.
The Oman national football team represents Oman in men's international football and is controlled by the Oman Football Association. Although the team was officially founded in 1978, the squad was formed long before, and a proper football association was formed only in December 2005, The team represents both FIFA and Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
The Oman national cricket team is the team that represents the country of Oman and is governed by the Oman Cricket Board, which became an Affiliate Member of the International Cricket Council in 2000, and gained Associate status in 2014. The national side has played matches at Twenty20 International level.
The Oman Football Association is the governing body of football in Oman. It was founded in 1978, has been a member of the Asian Football Confederation and of FIFA since 1980.
Oman Club ", or just plainly as Oman) is an Omani football club based in Muscat. The club is currently playing in the First Division League of Oman Football Association.
The Oman Cricket Board, known as Oman Cricket for marketing purposes, is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Oman. Its current headquarters are located in Ruwi, Oman.
The Oman cricket team toured the United Arab Emirates to play the United Arab Emirates cricket team in October 2016. The tour consisted of three List A cricket matches.
The Oman First Division League is the second-highest Association football league in Oman. Contested by 13 teams, the top 2 teams replace the bottom two in the Oman Professional League while the third-placed team has a play-off facing the third last-laced team in order to gain promotion.
Panjagān was either a projectile weapon or an archery technique used by the late military of Sasanian Persia, by which a volley of five arrows was fired. No examples of the device have survived, but it is alluded to by later Islamic authors.The name panjagān is reconstructed from its Arabized forms recorded by the Islamic authors al-Tabari (بنجكان banjakān, فنجقان fanjaqān), al-Jahiz, and al-Maqdisi (فنرجان fanrajān).
The Oman Academic Accreditation Authority is charged with assisting in the development of the higher education sector in Oman through institutional quality audits and institutional and program accreditation processes. Also, in collaboration with the Ministry of Higher Education, it has responsibilities for establishing academic standards, and providing training and networking opportunities.The Oman Accreditation Council (OAC) was established by Royal Decree in 2001 by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, under the chairmanship of Dr Hamed Al Dhahab.
Oman Fisheries is an Omani-based company in the Sultanate of Oman that harvests, processes and retails fish. It was formed in 1989 and is the largest fishing company in the Sultanate.
The Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre is a major business and tourism facility owned and developed by the Oman Tourism Development Company and located in the Seeb area of Capital city Muscat, Oman.