627,003,053 riyals total financial obligations payable on professional league clubs
Today, Thursday, June 10, 2021, the Sports Clubs Financial Efficiency Committee announced the total financial obligations payable until April 30, 2021 for the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League clubs, which totaled 627,003,053 riyals, as follows:
Al-Ittihad Club: 140,304,083 million riyals.
Al-Nasr Club: 135,907,339 million riyals.
Al-Ahly Club: 124,383,600 million riyals.
Al Shabab Club: 68,478,291 million riyals.
Al Wahda Club: 54,916,603 million riyals.
Al Hilal Club: 24,832,951 million riyals.
Al Ain Club: 19,275,107 million riyals.
Al-Batin Club: 19,127,139 million riyals.
Al-Ettifaq Club: 18,589,720 million riyals.
Al-Raed Club: 10,946,020 million riyals.
– Al-Taawun Club: 8,301,159 million riyals.
Al-Qadisiyah Club: 1,776,041 million riyals.
Damak Club: 165,000 thousand riyals.
While no financial commitments were recorded until April 30, 2021 AD, on Al-Faisaly, Al-Fateh and Abha clubs. These obligations announced by the committee included a number of items related to this: (payable to “players” – payable to “sports clubs” – payable to “employees and coaches” – players’ salaries – salaries of employees and coaches – and dues for cases where final decisions have been issued). These items concern all activities in the professional league clubs, provided that no salaries are scheduled, and the club that fulfills these obligations will receive a certificate of financial efficiency, with the last date for fulfilling it being August 21, 2021 AD.