SPL CEO: “ The 23/24 Season Will Be Remembered As A Milestone Moment”

Written By Jacobs Dunga

The Saudi Pro League 2023/2024 season concluded with Al Hilal winning the title in an unbeaten fashion.

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The just concluded Saudi Pro League season witnessed unprecedented moments in the history of the championship.

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CEO Omar Mugharbel reckons the just concluded season will go down in history as a milestone.

“The 2023/24 Roshn Saudi League season will be remembered as a milestone moment in the growth of elite football in Saudi Arabia.” He said as revealed by Ben Jacobs.

Jorge Jesus led Al Hilal to an unprecedented invincible run to the title with record points and goals set along the way.

The league chairman went on to emphasize on the calibre of players who chose the nascent SPL as an avenue to enhance their careers.

“Some of the best players in the world chose the Saudi League to showcase their incredible talents alongside the next generation of young Saudi talent. Their arrival amplified even further the huge interest in the league from fans, broadcasters and sponsors. It is impossible to overstate how much of a game-changing season 2023/24 has been.”

The league saw several world stars move from the European scene to the MiddleEast in what was first perceived as a short term plan.

However, the organizers continue to maintain that the league has got a longterm plan with proper measures in place for the sustenance of the project.


Ben Jacobs provided some interesting statistics from the just concluded season in the Saudi Pro League.

Aside from Al Hilal claiming their 19th title in an invincible fashion, Cristiano Ronaldo also set a new record for goals scored in a single season with 35 goals.

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A total of 900 goals were scored across the season, 40% more than the previous campaign.

156 foreign players were signed with the average age of players falling from 29 to 27.5.

The league’s social channels gained 6.72m followers while eight teams moved into new stadiums.

The game between Al Hilal and Al Fayha saw the highest attendance with 59,600 fans trooping to the stadium to see the champions in action.

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