The head of the Saudi Football Association, Yasser Al-Mishal, revealed that the first women’s league will be launched in Saudi Arabia in the coming months to form the first women’s national team.
Today, Thursday, in the presence of Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, the Saudi Minister of Sports, a conference entitled “Strategy for Transforming Saudi Football” was held.
The President of the Football Association added in his statements: “We will work to increase the number of competitions at the regional level, and in 2025 we will reach 50 competitions, and the first women’s league will be launched in Saudi Arabia in the coming months to form the first national women’s team.. We aim to reach more than a thousand Saudi players.” “.
It is expected that the coming period will witness further development of women’s football, as programs have been developed to develop the practice of the game for specific age groups, as well as the development and design of tracks dedicated to women in the areas of training and arbitration, in addition to launching a women’s league for teams.
Last month, the Saudi Football Association announced the appointment of German Monica Staab as technical director of the Saudi women’s first team, which will be formed during the coming period.