Qatar on Monday deepened their roots in African football after signing a partnership with Cameroon.
The partnership was signed in Doha by Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT)'s Seydou Mbombo Njoya and Qatar FA's Sheikh Hamad Al Khalifa Bin Ahmad Al Thani.
In the deal, Qatar will promote football development in the West African nation through technical and financial support.
Cameroon is currently gearing up to host the sixth edition of African Nations Championships that will kick off on April 4 through to April 25. Qatar is the 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts.
The deal comes after the Gulf nation inked a five-year partnership with Gabonese Football Federation on February 14.
In the Gabonese deal that was witnessed by Fegafoot's Pierre Alain Mounguengui, the partnership will focus mainly on marketing and promotional activities, management of sports facilities, management and training of referees, technical development, development of national teams, women's football, youth football, futsal and Beach Soccer as well as sports medicine.
Qatar also has a three year deal with CAF that has seen African Super Cup staged in Doha for the last two years and is expected to return next year.