• Regent visits Olympic Preparation Centre
    Regent visits Olympic Preparation Centre
    Regent visits Olympic Preparation Centre

The Qusai Initiative’s mission is to create a staff of qualified and proficient athletic trainers capable of treating sports injuries suffered by athletes during sporting events. 

This mission will be carried out on two parallel paths, through the enrolment of all athletic trainers in advanced evidence based courses and by establishing medical service centers in all sports facilities in ِthe Kingdom.


Qualify staff so that they are capable of treating any injury players might have, God forbids, while participating in sports exercises and tournaments. For this purpose, sports therapists will undertake advanced courses in sports paramedics and first aid, whereas medical centers in cities and sport complexes across Jordan will be established to provide treatment services.

Upgrade the readiness quotient of sports paramedics to improve their experiences, disseminate the culture of health education among athletes based on international criteria and adopt advanced treatment techniques that rely on proved medical evidence.

  • Minimize medical treatment mistakes that could jeopardize the life of players in case of injuries.
  • Prepare survey studies on sports therapists and ensure they have the required scientific qualification for the job.
  • Have a mechanism in place to ensure that players in clubs are in good health conditions before and during the match.
  • Raise athletes’ awareness through disseminating the culture of health education.
  • Develop the necessary infrastructure to support sports paramedics across Jordan.
  • Qualify specialized staff in the field of sports paramedics through organizing advanced courses in this field.
  • Develop programs to qualify students to obtain a diploma or a BA degree in sports paramedics.
  • Qualify staff at the Ministry of Education who would be responsible for supervising sports classes and activities in all of the Ministry’s schools.
  • Raise awareness around health education and first aid principles in areas that are less fortunate in Jordan, especially that they witness many sports activities.
  • Enact a law that states that all sports federations and clubs should have a sports therapist.
  • Follow up on the issuance of the anti-doping code in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for the year 2010, which was formulated by the anti-doping committee.
The number of federations, sports clubs and youth centers in Jordan
  Federations 35                      
  Sports Clubs 333  
  Youth Centers 141  
  Number of athletes    Olympic Commitee
  Number of sports therapists 45  
  Number of sports establishments 13  


Sports Cities

        City Governorate
1   Al Hussein Sports City                   Amman
2   Al Hassan Sports City  Irbid 
3   Prince Mohammad Sports City  Zarqa
4   Prince Hashim Sports City  Madaba
5   Prince Hamzah Sports City  Aqaba


Sport Complexes across Jordan

       Sport Complex Governorate
1   Prince Hussein Bin Ali Sports Complex  Salt
2   Prince Faisal Sports Complex  Karak
3   Tafileh Sports Complex Tafileh
4   Princess Haya Sports Complex  Maan
5   Deir Abi Said Sports Complex  Irbid
6   Jerash Sports Complex Jerash
7   Prince Hashim Sports Complex  Ramtha
8   Prince Ali Sports Complex Mafraq





  • I never imagined myself standing in front of an audience and expressing myself, but Haqiq gave me strength and showed me that I have all that it takes to overcome my fears
    Mohammad Salem, a ninth grader from Deir Alla
  • His Royal Highness’ initiative was launched to deal with a sensitive and persistent issue that has been challenging the sports sector in Jordan. Sports teams and leagues will benefit from this initiative that will qualify athletic therapists specialists; which will provide a sense of safety for the athletes and will eventually reflect positively on their athletic performance
    Doc. Atef Rweidan, Al Hussein Youth City General Manager
  • The acquisition of self-defense techniques was their favorite achievement. We used to be told that girls could not perform activities that involve physical force,” they said, adding that martial arts have strengthened their self-esteem and discipline
    Zeina Saqer, Siham Kiswani and Farah Odeh
  • A Dream, an ambition and hope that is coming to life….. thank you Your Royal Highness and may we always be moving forward to be what we ought to be; always in the lead
    Mr. Khaled Zeidan, psychotherapist and field injuries specialist
  • An important and highly valued initiative as it is concerned with the lives and safety of our young athletes that are always aiming on raising Jordan’s flag at international championship. It also sheds the light on the importance and role of qualified athletic therapists
    Mrs. Lana Jaghbeer, Jordanian Olympic Committee Secretary General