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Kobiety w Arabii Saudyjskiej po raz pierwszy mogły kibicować (20)

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Women watch a football match at a stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Jan. 12, 2018, when the country allowed female spectators to watch the sport at a stadium. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo
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Women go through a security check before entering a stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Jan. 12, 2018, when the country allowed women to watch football at a stadium. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli arrive at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018, ahead of their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli queue at an entrance for families and women at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018, ahead of their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli queue at an entrance for families and women at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018, ahead of their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli arrive at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018, ahead of their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahli attend their teams football match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah on January 12, 2018. Saudi Arabia will allow women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match, as the ultra-conservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
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JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - JANUARY 12: Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahly are seen in tribunes during a Saudi Pro League football match between Al-Ahly and Al-Batin at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on January 12, 2018. Saudi women are allowed to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match. Stringer / Anadolu Agency
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JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - JANUARY 12: Female Saudi supporters are seen ahead of Saudi Pro League football match between Al-Ahly and Al-Batin at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on January 12, 2018. Saudi women are allowed to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match. Stringer / Anadolu Agency
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JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - JANUARY 12: Female Saudi supporters of Al-Ahly are seen in tribunes during a Saudi Pro League football match between Al-Ahly and Al-Batin at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on January 12, 2018. Saudi women are allowed to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match. Stringer / Anadolu Agency
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JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA - JANUARY 12: Supporters are seen in tribunes during a Saudi Pro League football match between Al-Ahly and Al-Batin at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on January 12, 2018. Saudi women are allowed to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match. Stringer / Anadolu Agency
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Pics shows: @alittihad tweeted: Ittihadiyah (a way to address the female fanbase) by words and actions; Female football fans in Saudi Arabia are being allowed to go and see their teams play for the first time. The country???s clubs are encouraging their women fans to attend matches and support them. Al-Ittihad Club, based in the city of Jeddah, sent a Tweet urging women to watch them play. Around 7,500 women are expected to sit in there own segregated area to watch Al-Hilal v Al-Ittihad at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyahd on Saturday 13 January. Rania bin Yassin, a mother of four, told Arab News: "I???d love to attend with my brothers. They always go the matches together, but this time, I will attend with them! It???s definitely a new experience that I???m looking forward to!" The club said women fans were as important to the clubs success as the support of men. The tweet received a massive response online with some fans offering to buy tickets for women who wanted to watch the club play. While other Saudi Arabian football fans suggested they would now switch allegiances and start following the club. One twitter user said: "We???re finally being addressed as a part of Ittihad???s fanclub." While another said: "I never thought I???d live to see such a tweet, we???re all here for you." For decades, female fans have only been able to watch games on the TV but now they have a chance to see the action live. Dedicated Al-Ittihad female fans will attend the club???s first match of the year against Al-Hilal on Saturday. Football fan Sara Abdul-Aziz, 19, said: "I never thought I???d ever be able to attend a football match in Saudi! I will be at the soccer match to support my team! Hilal all the way!" The first time women were able to attend a match between two Saudi Arabian teams was in London in 2015. This was when the Saudi Super Cup final was hosted at Loftus Road, the home of Queens Park Rangers. Now Saudi Arabian women will be able to enjoy
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Pics shows: the tickers were through tweets from the official account of Al-Ahli Saudi Club; Female football fans in Saudi Arabia are being allowed to go and see their teams play for the first time. The country???s clubs are encouraging their women fans to attend matches and support them. Al-Ittihad Club, based in the city of Jeddah, sent a Tweet urging women to watch them play. Around 7,500 women are expected to sit in there own segregated area to watch Al-Hilal v Al-Ittihad at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyahd on Saturday 13 January. Rania bin Yassin, a mother of four, told Arab News: "I???d love to attend with my brothers. They always go the matches together, but this time, I will attend with them! It???s definitely a new experience that I???m looking forward to!" The club said women fans were as important to the clubs success as the support of men. The tweet received a massive response online with some fans offering to buy tickets for women who wanted to watch the club play. While other Saudi Arabian football fans suggested they would now switch allegiances and start following the club. One twitter user said: "We???re finally being addressed as a part of Ittihad???s fanclub." While another said: "I never thought I???d live to see such a tweet, we???re all here for you." For decades, female fans have only been able to watch games on the TV but now they have a chance to see the action live. Dedicated Al-Ittihad female fans will attend the club???s first match of the year against Al-Hilal on Saturday. Football fan Sara Abdul-Aziz, 19, said: "I never thought I???d ever be able to attend a football match in Saudi! I will be at the soccer match to support my team! Hilal all the way!" The first time women were able to attend a match between two Saudi Arabian teams was in London in 2015. This was when the Saudi Super Cup final was hosted at Loftus Road, the home of Queens Park Rangers. Now Saudi Arabian women will be able to enjoy watching th
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FILE - In this Sept. 23, 2017 file photo released by Saudi Press Agency, SPA, Saudi men and women attend national day ceremonies at the King Fahd stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Saudi women will for the first time be allowed to enter a sports stadium on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, to watch a soccer match between two local teams ??" though they will be segregated from the male-only crowd with designated seating in the so-called "family section." The move is Saudi Arabia's first social reform planned for this year granting women greater rights. (Saudi Press Agency via AP, File)
AP PROVIDES ACCESS TO THIS PUBLICLY DISTRIBUTED SEPT. 23, 2017 HANDOUT PHOTO FROM THE SAUDI PRESS AGENCY TO BE USED FOR EDITORIAL PURPOSES ONLY.

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