Morocco Women’s National Football Team Players, Squad, Stadium, Kit, and much more

The National Women’s Football team in Morocco represents Morocco in international women’s football and is controlled by the Royal Moroccan Football Federation. The team played its first international match in 1998, as part of the third Cup of Nations of Women’s Africa.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Morocco Women’s National Football Team 2022/23 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Morocco Women’s National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)لبؤات أطلس (Lionesses of Atlas)
AssociationRoyal Moroccan Football Federation
Head coachReynald Pedros
Top scorerGhizlane Chebbak(17 goals)
FIFA codeMAR

About Morocco Women’s National Football Team

The National Women’s Soccer team in Morocco represents Morocco in international women’s football and is controlled by the Royal Moroccan Football Federation. The team played its first international match in 1998, as part of the third Cup of Nations of Women’s Africa.

Morocco Women’s National Football Team History

After receiving a Walkover after the retreat of Kenya from the 1998 championship, the team reached the finals in Nigeria, where they lost 0–8 before the hosts before beating Egypt 4–1. Morocco met with the debutants of the Women’s African football championship democratic republic of the Congo in the group’s final game, and both teams have the opportunity to qualify for the semifinals with a victory. However, the eventual 0-0 draw was sent to Morocco, since the Congo described a better goal difference.

Two years later, Morocco qualified for the African championship in South Africa with an added 6-1 victory over Algeria. However, after the team scored the first goal against Cameroon in the first game of the group stage, they continued to grant 13 goals, they lost the three games and ended at the end in the group.

His 2002 and 2006 campaigns were arrested by Mali at the qualification stages. Morocco had been sown in the second round of classification, but two goals without Bamako and Rabat sent the tie to a penalty shooting that Mali won 5–4. In 2004, Morocco did not enter, while an aggregate defeat of 1–6 against Mali sent them from the 2006 African championship and the 2007 World Cup.

New Age (2020 – Present)

On February 22, 2020, the Moroccan lions managed to win the Women’s Cup 2020 UNAF after defeating Algeria 2-0 to overcome the final classification.

After the pause and the lack of achievements, the female AFCon expanded to 12 teams, in 2020, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the first edition was held in Morocco in 2022. Using this advantage at home, Morocco restarted Its women’s football structure and rebuilt its female team that has been neglected for a long time. With greater interest, Morocco was able to create history by reaching the semifinals on their native soil. With this achievement, Morocco made a historical chapter as the first Arab country to qualify for the FIFA Women The final of a continental tournament by beating the African power and the champions of three times defenders of Nigeria by penalties. [However, Morocco could not finish its dream in the final after losing to an experienced South African team, whose two goals crushed the Moroccan dream to win the title.

Morocco Women’s National Football Team 2022/2023 players Squad?

  • Khadija Rmichi (AS FAR, Morocco)
  • 2. Aassia Zouhir (Chabab Mohammedia, Morocco)
  • 3. Inas Aroussa (Caen, France)
  • 4. Zaynab El Aarari (Jawharat Najm Larache, Morocco)
  • 5. Meryem Atiq (Viera, Spain)
  • 6. Zineb Radouani (AS FAR, Morocco)
  • 7. Nouhaila Benzina (AS FAR, Morocco)
  • 8. Nisrine Chad (Lille, France)
  • 9. Sabah Sghir (Sampdoria, Italy)
  • 10. Yassmine Lemrabet (Levante, Spain)
  • 11. Hanane Aït Lhaj (AS FAR, Morocco)
  • 12. Fatima El Ghazouani (Metropolis, France)
  • 13. Missan Bougrine (Olympique Lyon, France)
  • 14. Nahla Nakach Elodie (Servette Chênois, Switzerland)
  • 15. Salma Amani (Metz, France)
  • 16. Sofia Bouftini (Renaissance Berkane, Morocco)
  • 17. Ghizlane Chebbak (AS FAR, Morocco)
  • 18. Samia Mesnaoui (Ajax Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • 19. Kawthar Aït Omar (Fortuna, The Netherlands)
  • 20. Rosella Ayane (Tottenham, England)
  • 21. Fatima Tagnaout (AS FAR, Morocco)
  • 22. Ibtissam El Jridi (Ahly Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)
  • 23. Soukaina Ouezraoui Diki (Club Bruges, Belgium)
  • 24. Anissa Belkasmi (Orleans, France)
  • 25. Norimane Addi (South Alabama, United States)
  • 26. Fatima Zahra El Gharbi Berima (Europa Barcelona, Spain).

Morocco Women’s National Football Team Home Stadium

Morocco plays his games at home at the Moulay Abdallah stadium, an installation of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation. It is located in Rabat, Morocco.

Morocco Womens National Football Team Home Stadium
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Morocco Women’s National Football Team Kit

Morocco Womens National Football Team Kit
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Morocco Women’s National Football Team world rankings

Current76  (9 December 2022)
Highest52 (July 2003)
Lowest92 (2009)

Morocco Women’s National Football Team trophies

  • Women’s Africa Cup of Nations

Runners-up: (1) 2022

Conclusion

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