Royal Moroccan Football Federation

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Royal Moroccan Football Federation
CAF
Association crest
Founded 1955
FIFA affiliation 1960
CAF affiliation 1960
President Ali Fassi-Fihri
Website www.frmf.ma

The Royal Moroccan Football Federation, known as FRMF, (Arabic: الجامعة الملكية المغربية لكرة القدم‎), (French: Fédération royale marocaine de football), is the governing body of football in Morocco. On 5 February 2015, The CAF Executive Committee decided to suspend the Morocco national football team from the next two editions of the Africa Cup of Nations, 2017 and 2019, and to impose on the Royal Moroccan Football Federation the regulatory fine of US$ 1 million, along with the sum of 8.05 million Euros in compensation for all material damage sustained by CAF, stakeholders and partners as a result of the decision not to host 2015 edition.[1]

Record of national team[edit]

  • World Cup
    • 4 Participation's : 1970, 1986, 1994, 1998.
    • Huitième final : 1986.
  • LG Cup
    • Final : 1999.
    • 3rd Place : 2002, 2011.
  • Hassan II Cup
    • 3rd Place : 1996, 1998.
    • Final : 2000.
  • Arab Cup
    • Semi-Final : 2002.
    • Winner : 2012
  • Arab games
    • Semi-final : 1957.
    • Winner : 1961, 1976.
    • Final : 1985.
  • Africa cup
    • 15 participation's : 1972, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1986, 1988, 1992, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2013.
    • Winner : 1976.
    • 2nd place : 2004.
    • 3rd place : 1980.
    • 4th place : 1986, 1988.
    • Quarter final : 1998.

Record of national team juniors[edit]

  • World Cup Juniors
    • 3 Participation's : 1977, 1997, 2005.
    • Huitième final : 1997.
    • Semi-final : 2005.
  • Africa Cup Juniors
    • Winner : 1997.
    • Semi-final : 1987, 2005.
  • Friend's league
    • Winner : 2004.
  • Palestine Cup
    • Winner : 1989.

Presidents[edit]

Fifa rejected an election in 2013, and demanded a new election in 2014.[2] A term generally lasts four years.

  • –1994
  • 1994–2009 Housni Benslimane[3]
  • 2009–2013: Ali Fassi-Fihri[4]
  • 2013 Fouzi Lekjaa
  • 2013–2014: Ali Fassi-Fihri
  • 2014– Fouzi Lekjaa

References[edit]

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