Leadership / Board Members
Mohammed Mubarak Al Ramzani has been a player and enthusiast of billiards and snooker for more than 25 years.
He has served as a board member for the Qatar Billiards & Snooker Federation (QBSF) since 2002, including ten years as president.
During that time, he oversaw unprecedented growth in the sport in Qatar.
In 2012, Mohamed was appointed president of the QBSF by Qatar Olympic Committee, and under his leadership, the federation has established itself as a leading authority on cue sports in the region.
He is widely respected as one of Qatar’s most experienced players and an avid game enthusiast.
Mohammed Mubarak Al Ramzani commitment to the sport is evident in his many achievements as president of the Qatar Billiards & Snooker Federation.
Mohamed Salem Al-Nuaimi has been leading Qatar Billiards & Snooker Federation as the Secretary-General since 2008.
Under his leadership, the federation has seen unprecedented growth in the sport across Qatar & Asia, with Mohamed being appointed President of the Asian Confederation for Billiard & Sports in 2016.
The International Billiard Federation has lauded his achievements in developing billiards as a sport, and he continues to work tirelessly to promote and develop the game both at home and abroad.
- Sultan Salem Al-Suwaidi
- Jaber Saeed Al-Hajjri
- Yacoub Yousuf Hajji
Mubarak al Khayarin is a name that is synonymous with the sport of billiards and snooker in Qatar.
He has been involved in the game at the highest level for over two decades, and during that time, he has overseen an unprecedented change in the sport.
Al Khayarin was appointed the Executive Director of Qatar Billiards & Snooker Federation in 2008. Under his leadership, the QBSF grew into one of the most respected federations in the region.
In 2012, he was elected President of the Asian Confederation of Billiard Sports, and he has used his position to champion the growth of billiards and snooker in Asia.
In 2016, he was elected President of the International Billiards & Snooker Federation, making him the first Arab to hold this prestigious position.
Al Khayarin has been a driving force behind the growth of billiards and snooker in Qatar, and his efforts have helped to do these sports some of the most popular in the country.
He is passionate about promoting these sports and committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure their continued success.
As President of IBSF, he plans to work with member federations worldwide to promote billiards and snooker as global sports. This is an exciting time for these sports, and Mubarak al Khayarin is poised to lead them to greater heights.