The first football match women are being allowed to attend is a clash between Saudi Premier League clubs Al-Ahli and Al-Batin in the Red Sea city of Jeddah.
On Thursday, Jeddah held Saudi Arabia's first vehicle exhibition aimed at women, a few months after the Kingdom announced it would grant them the right to drive.
The female spectators, segregated in the "family section" of the stands, stood and cheered when local players scored goals.
The women entered the stadium through a special gate, while male supporters filed in through a separate entrance.
The stadium in the capital, Riyadh, will open to women on Saturday, followed by the western city of Dammam on Thursday.
Reema said the day marked a historic moment for the kingdom.
Social media was also abuzz.
Earlier on Friday, ahead of the football game, there was another small sign of change: the country's first vehicle showroom dedicated to female customers was opened.
"A lot of people wanted to wait and see how it is".
While negotiating the overseas employment of the female workers, the government should be strict in ensuring that the women workers would receive fair wages and humane treatment and that their employers would be brought to book if they violated their employee's rights. "I feel very proud because I am witness to this change". All three stadiums were previously male-only, CNN reported.
His reforms, which include allowing cinemas to open in March after a more than 35-year ban, are also aimed at creating more jobs and increasing local spending on entertainment as the country faces several more years of budget deficit amid continued lower oil prices.
Apply for passports Travel overseas Get married Open a bank account Start certain businesses Get elective surgery Leave prison The recent reforms are part of a gradual process of modernisation under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is attempting to make the Kingdom more moderate.
For the first time, women will this June be allowed to get behind the wheel, after it was announced in September that a ban on women drivers would be lifted.
Although the authorities made rare exceptions to let foreign women watch football games, no such exceptions had been made for Saudi citizens.