World Cup African Qualifiers: Morocco to Host Nine International Matches on June 5-11

In doing so, the Kingdom has once again confirmed its position as the preferred destination for a number of African football teams to play their qualifying matches, their stadiums having been deemed non-compliant by the FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

In fact, eight African teams have decided to stage their matches at home in Morocco, given the high quality of the Kingdom’s sports infrastructure, logistical facilities and international-standard hotel accommodation. They are Sierra Leone, Central African Republic, The Gambia, Sao Tome and Principe, Djibouti, Guinea, Chad and Seychelles.

In these qualifying matches, the Moroccan national team will face its Zambian counterpart (Group E) at the Grand Stadium of Agadir next Friday (8:00 pm).

Moroccan stadiums will host 9 international football matches, from June 5 to 11, as part of the third and fourth rounds of the 2026 FIFA World Cup African qualifiers.
30 mai 2024