Saudi Arabia will allow ladies into sports stadiums first time from one year from now, specialists said Sunday, in a point of interest move opening up three already male-only venues to families. The kingdom, which has a portion of the world’s most impenetrable restrictions on ladies, has since quite a while ago banned ladies from sports fields by strict principles on isolation of the genders out in public.
The declaration is in accordance with effective Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s goal-oriented change drive shaking up the ultra-preservationist kingdom, including the memorable choice to enable ladies to drive from next June.
“Beginning the readiness of three stadiums in Riyadh, Jeddah and Damman to be prepared to suit families from mid 2018,” the General Sports Authority said on Twitter.
A month ago many ladies were permitted to enter a games stadium in Riyadh, utilized for the most part for football matches, for the first time to mark Saudi Arabia’s national day.