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Saturday, February 20, 2021

Saudi cricket Championship make a Mega start in 11 major cities

Saudi national cricket Championship make a great start in 11 major venues, team players, match schedules.. 


(Jeddah) The Saudi Arabian National Cricket Championship organized by Saudi Sports for All Federation (SFA) and Saudi Arabian Cricket Federation (SACF) has started in 11 major cities of Saudi Arabia.

Thousands of cricket fans and players in Saudi Arabia have reached the Pinnacle of enthusiasm.

The national cricket championship will run until April.

Saudi national cricket Championship 2021, starts, major venues, cities, team players, match schedules.
Saudi cricket: photo Wikipedia

Saudi Arabia national cricket Championship 2021: All teams, players, matches Schedules..

About 7,000 registered players and more than 450 officials will take part in it. 

More than 800 players from 369 teams of 15 cricket associations will take part in the mega competition.

Matches will be played every Friday at 106 cricket stadiums.

456 volunteers will take care of the arrangements and help the matches run smoothly.

Saudi Arabia national cricket Championship 2021: All 11 City venues, locations.

Host cities include Riyadh, Dammam, Jubail, Jeddah, Medina, Yanbu, Tabuk, Abha, Jizan, Al Qasim and Najran.

A total of more than 22,000 people are expected to take part in the various initiatives.
Supported by the Ministry of Sports and the Olympic Committee of Saudi Arabia.

All matches and activities will be played strictly under the guidelines and protocols of Coved-19 provided by the Ministry of Health.

Prince Khalid bin Waleed bin Talal Al Saud, president of the Saudi Sports for All Federation, said: 

"We are now proud that the coverage of cricket activites has expanded to different parts of Saudi Arabia.

Now we are waiting to see the outcomes. 

The Saudi Arabian Cricket Federation was established in 2020 under the auspices of the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee and the Ministry of Sports.

Prince Saud bin Mashal Al Saud is its first president and chairman of the board of directors.

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