Saudi Arabia introduces women's football league for the first time in the country's history.
According to the foreign news agency AFP, the first season of the league to be played in Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam will be played according to the government-controlled Saudi Sports for All Federation.
According to the federation, holding the league will increase the interest of women in the field of play and women will also be able to develop their potential.
The Saudi government has not only allowed women to watch men's games over the past few years, but the government also allowed women to travel abroad without the permission of the male head of the family.
It should be noted that in January 2018, Saudi Arabia only allowed women to go to the football stadium.
Similarly, the Saudi government has given women a variety of freedoms, including allowing women to work with any non-mahram male, including acting, driving, voting, playing any sport.
Saudi Arabia has also banned cinema from being banned for 35 years and allowed films to be displayed there when Saudi Arabia first announced the opening of tourism to foreigners.
At the same time, the Saudi government had also announced permission to rent unnamed men and women together to rent a hotel room.
It should be noted that Mohammed bin Salman, a 32-year-old Saudi-owned wealthy Saudi Arabia, began taking steps for economic, social and religious reforms in the conservative empire soon after assuming office.
Mohammed bin Salman pledged that he would make Saudi Arabia, which has long been known for the aggressive ideology of Islamic Jihad, a "moderate Islamic state".
We cannot spend the next 30 years with a destructive ideology, we have to put an end to these ideas today and now.
In connection with the reforms, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, using his powers, made a crackdown in which scholars and some enlightened intellectuals stopping the purposes of the Walled Covenant were arrested.