Ronaldo, who left Manchester United under a cloud after slamming the club in a TV interview, will appear at Al Nassr's 25,000-capacity Mrsool Park stadium in Riyadh at 7:00 pm (1600 GMT) on Tuesday, officials said.
Millions of new users followed the club's Instagram page, bringing the total tally to nearly 4 million, up from around 800,000 prior to the announcement.
Messi's arch-rival, five-time winner Cristiano Ronald was included, as well as Polish striker Robert Lewandowski, French forward Kylian Mbappe, and Egyptian star Mohamed Salah.
The girl arrived at a football stadium in Paris, after cycling over three days from her native place Châteaubourg. Mbappé shared the heartwarming moment with the young girl at the stadium and shared the video on Instagram.
"Holders of the electronic visa will be able to enter and exit Saudi Arabia several times during the validity of their visa," the foreign ministry said on Twitter.