The Jordanian Football Association is set to host eight NCAAs football games between 2022 and 2023.
Jordan hosts four international matches per year, with the second two at the end of the season.
In 2018, the Arab League played its final match at Al-Hussein Stadium in Jordan and in 2019, Jordan hosted the FIFA U-20 World Cup.
In 2021, Jordan’s national team will play at the FIFA World Cup Qualifier at Al Jumaa Stadium, which will host three matches on July 25, July 31 and August 8.
The Arab League hosted its final two games of the 2020-21 season at the Olympic Stadium in the capital of Jordan, and a third match is scheduled for June 2.
The Jordan National Team will also be in the final of the African Cup of Nations Qualifier in Ivory Coast in June.
The NCAAS is the governing body of Arab and African football, as well as the Arab and Arab League, and has a member base of more than 500,000 players, according to its website.
The governing body also has its own national and international competitions, including the Copa America Centenario, which takes place in Copa América in Chile from June 9-14.
Jordan is the fourth Arab country to host a FIFA World Championship, following Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Qatar.
The final is expected to be held in 2018.
The United Arab Emirates is the second Arab country with a World Cup qualification game scheduled for 2022, while the United Arab Republic has not hosted a World Championship.