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Monday 8 November 2021

2022 World Cup Qualifiers: Morocco Hosts Seven International Games on Nov. 12-16


Morocco will host seven international matches from November 12 to 16, as part of the 5th and 6th days of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

Therefore, the Kingdom confirms its place as a destination of choice for several African teams who decide to play these qualifiers, after the International Federation of Football (FIFA) and the Confederation of African Football (CAF) have refused to organize these games in their stadiums.

In this regard, five teams have opted for the Moroccan stadiums, thanks to the quality of the country's sports infrastructure, its logistical facilities and the world-class level of its hotels. These are Sudan, Mali, Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso and Liberia.

Morocco (group I) will face Sudan at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Complex in Rabat on November 12 (8:00 pm).

At Marrakech Grand Stadium, Guinea Bissau and Sudan will meet on November 15 (5:00 pm). On the same ground, Burkina Faso will host Niger on November 12 (2: pm).

For its part, Liberia will play against Nigeria at Tangier Grand Stadium (5:00 pm) as part of the 5th day of group C.

In group E, Mali will host Uganda on November 14 at Agadir Grand Stadium, before meeting their counterpart from the Central African Republic in Tangier (5:00 pm).

This series of matches will be closed by the match between Morocco and Guinea on November 16 at the Mohammed V Sports Complex in Casablanca (8:00 pm).




by fatima zahra issar

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