Riyadh — The regional training centers for girls announced that they would continue to accept girls interested in football and wish to participate and join the training centers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The center said that starting from Sept. 11, the training center would start with two-week audition tests to measure their abilities.
The management of the program center also determined the age groups that can register for training. The center has set out that those under the age groups 13 to 17 years old are eligible.
The regional training center provides a safe environment to practice football and is equipped to discover girls’ talents in an educational setting.
The center aims to prepare female players for clubs and national teams through a program that extends for eight months. The center is the first training center for girls in the Riyadh region. It also includes several football specialists who hold training and management certificates from the Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF).
Lamia Bahian, director of the women’s football department in the Saudi federation, noted that women’s football in Saudi Arabia had witnessed remarkable developments in recent years.
She stressed that establishing the regional training center is one of the most significant steps to develop women’s football in the Kingdom.
The center is run under the supervision of female staff to ensure the privacy of the players and coaches.
Two weeks ago, the Saudi Football Federation (SAFF) appointed Monica Staab as the new coach of the Saudi national football team.
Staab is a football trainer and German Football Ambassador 2014 award winner. She is one of the most popular Football players.