The Saudi Football Federation announced in an official statement published through its official account on the social media platform X, its full commitment to protecting the rights of workers within the management of the first national football team, following media accounts that it considered included abuses and misrepresentations.
The statement said: “Referring to the media reports circulated vis-à-vis the management of the first national team, which included abuses and false media accounts, the Legal Department of the Saudi Football Federation affirms its full commitment to work to safeguard the rights of the employees of the national team administration and will take all legal action and transmit the media reports to the competent authorities to take the necessary steps.
الإدارة القانونية في الاتحاد السعودي لكرة القدم تؤكد التزامها الكامل بحفظ حقوق منسوبي إدارة المنتخب الوطني تجاه التقارير الإعلامية التي تضمنت تجاوزات وروايات مغلوطة. pic.twitter.com/tcaye06OFH
— الاتحاد السعودي لكرة القدم (@saudiFF) February 11, 2024
On the other hand, the Saudi Football Federation was selected among the top 50 Saudi marks in the field of social responsibility, revealed by Forbes Middle East, in cooperation with the National Center for Responsibility and Studies.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, the Saudi Football Federation is one of the most distinguished bodies in its social responsibility.
The Forbes list aims to highlight those who offer distinguished initiatives in the public and private sectors and non-profit institutions in the Kingdom.