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Monika Staab's Call for Saudi Women's World Cup 2035 Bid

 Monika Staab's Call for Saudi Women's World Cup 2035 Bid

Monika Staab's Call for Saudi Women's World Cup 2035 Bid
German coach Monika Staab leads a training session for the newly-established Saudi Women's National Football Team at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium in Riyadh on November 2, 2021(Image-Getty) 

According to Monika Staab, the 64-year-old technical director of women's football in Saudi Arabia, the country should consider submitting a bid to host the Women's World Cup in 2035. Staab holds the distinction of being the inaugural coach of the Saudi women's team, which was established in 2021. Highlighting the Saudi Arabia Football Federation's (SAFF) ambitious objective of securing a spot in the Women's World Cup within the upcoming decade, Staab's proposal adds another layer to the country's growing engagement with international football events.

In conjunction with its pursuit to host the men's World Cup in 2034, Saudi Arabia's interest in organizing high-profile sporting events demonstrates a commitment to broadening its role in the global football community. Speaking at the Leaders sports business conference in London, Staab emphasized the necessity of investing time and effort in preparation for World Cup participation. She prompted the consideration of hosting the Women's World Cup in 2035, reinforcing the significance of cultivating a competitive team capable of thriving at the international stage.

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