Morocco’s renewed focus on grassroots football is beginning to pay dividends following the qualification of Morocco’s Under-20 national team for next year’s Nations Cup in Mauritania after a 15-year absence.
The Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) organised last weekend at the Mohammed VI Football Complex in Maâmoura a meeting with the presidents and technical directors of Botola Pro D1 and D2 clubs under the theme: “Players’ training centres”.
The Royal Moroccan Federation of Football has reached a sponsorship agreement with the telecommunication company Inwi, which will see the entity come in as the sponsor of the Bolato Pro National Championship.
RABAT – Moroccan football giants Raja Casablanca finally ended a seven-year title drought after winning the Botola League on Sunday.
RABAT – The Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) went all out to ensure the just-ended season was concluded with clubs playing in empty stadiums due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rabat – Morocco has been ranked at the top of the Confederation of African Football’s recently submitted new ranking of member associations, with 180 points.
Many people around the world would not expect football to be popular among women in conservative Morocco, but it is, in fact, a fast-growing phenomenon.