The Saudi Ministry of Sports decides to write the names of...


Ali Al-Bahji

Tuesday 6 October 2020

02:32 PM

The Saudi Ministry of Sports decided, this evening, Tuesday, to write the names of the players on the shirts of the professional league clubs in Arabic.

Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, the Saudi Minister of Sports, wrote on his Twitter account: “I am pleased to announce the participation of the sports sector in the activation of the“ Year of Arabic Calligraphy ”initiative by Arabizing the names on the shirts of the Prince Muhammad bin Salman Professional Cup clubs players for the new football season.

He added, “I thank the Saudi Minister of Culture for his great efforts to serve Arabic calligraphy as it is an essential element in preserving Arab culture and for its aesthetic roles in our Islamic history.”

All the Saudi teams had left this year’s AFC Champions League, whose title last year was Al-Hilal.

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