(GSA) and the Spanish League La Liga announced the main steps in their partnership

 The General Sport Authority(GSA)and the Spanish League La Liga announced on Sunday the main steps in their partnership to develop football in Saudi Arabia. The signing ceremony of the Saudi players loan was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh In the presence of 25 members of its members and the President and members of the Saudi Football Federation in addition to the heads of the clubs of the Saudi professional league, in a professional move unique in the world.

The multi partnership agreement between the General Sports Authority, the Saudi Football Federation and the Spanish La Liga Association in mid-October included several elements, including the establishment of an academy and talent discovering initiative in Saudi Arabia. The agreement resulted in the request of seven clubs from La Liga Santander (First division) and La Liga (second division) the services of nine Saudi players on loan. The loan agreements allow for an initial period of six months for these players to continue developing their skill and play skills training in Spain.

Following the launching of this new development step, His Excellency the Chairman of the General Sports Authority, Mr. Turki bin Abdulmohsen Al-Sheikh, said in his speech on behalf of His Excellency Mr. Qusai Al Fawaz, Advisor to His Excellency the Chairman of the Board: "Football is the most popular sport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With the Saudi Football Federation we commit to give these young people an opportunity to achieve their goals and play football at the highest possible level, "adding:" The continuous goal of the Authority, and long-term is to develop football and raise the level in the Kingdom with the establishment of a new generation of football players,as for the Spanish clubs adding saudi players not just expanding their teams , but it means mor spreading in the Arabs world , where The fact that La Liga is already the most popular international league in the region, and the integration of players from Saudi Arabia in each of the first and second divisions clubs, increases the audience and expands the commercial opportunities. He added: "Part of the agreement with La Liga is that the Saudi Federation will establish local football academies in Saudi Arabia under the commercial brand and will provide technical supervision and benefit from the experience of La Liga. This aims to provide the best training methods for football for young Saudi players Allowing them to acquire sufficient skills through a long-term training process and also to work with football coaches throughout the Kingdom to develop training skills and technical techniques over the coming years. "The attendees then followed a visual presentation of La Liga, Followed by Its introductory offer for each player.

The players selected to play for La Liga are:

· Professional Players:

La Liga Santander (first division): Yahia Al Shehri (LaGenis), Fahad Al Mawlid (Levante Club) and Salim Al Dosari (Villarreal Club).

- La Liga 1/2/3 (second division): Ali Al Nemer (Club Numancia), Abdul Majid Al Sulahem (Rayo Vallecano Club), Abdullah Al Hamdan (Sporting de Gijon) and Nooh Al Mousa (Valladolid Club).

· Non-professional players (births):

Marwan Abkar (Club Lagnes), and Jaber Mustafa (Villarreal Club)

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