Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, told the General Authority for Sport to make the Saudi league games free of charge to the public and not to be aired on television.
The head of the General Authority for Sports, Turki Al-Sheikh, said Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had instructed that citizens watch the Saudi league free of charge.
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