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Morocco national under-20 football team

Morocco
Nickname(s) Lions de l'Atlas
(Lions of the Atlas)
Association Fédération Royale
Marocaine de Football
Confederation CAF (Africa)
Head coach Abdellah El Idrissi
Home stadium Stade Mohamed V
FIFA code MAR

Morocco national under-20 football team, represents Morocco in association football at an under-20 age level and is controlled by Fédération Royale Marocaine de Football, the governing body for football in Morocco. The current coach is Abdellah El Idrissi.

Contents

  • Honours 1
  • Tournament Records 2
    • FIFA U-20 World Cup Record 2.1
    • Africa U-20 Cup of Nations Record 2.2
    • Arab Cup U-20 record 2.3
    • UNAF U-20 Tournament record 2.4
  • Current squad 3
  • External Links 4

Honours

Gold Medalists (1): 2013
Gold Medalists (1): 2013
Winner (1): 1989

Tournament Records

Current squad

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1GK Ben Achour Baderdine Wydad de Casablanca
1GK El Assimi Adnan AMF
1GK El Jourbaoui El Mehdi Ait Oumzil AS FAR
2DF Mohamed Chibi Raja Casablanca
2DF Rachdi Ali Wydad de Casablanca
El Harouali Mohamed Raja de Casablanca
2DF Kasmi Ayoub Wydad de Casablanca
Saidi Mohamed AMF
Amine Dinar FAR Rabat
Banoun Badr Raja de Casablanca
Jamaaoui Youssef OCK
Aljaaoui Youssef AS FAR
3MF Bouden Bouazza Wydad de Casablanca
Elkarti Walid OCK
3MF Alasbahi Anas Wydad de Casablanca
3MF En-Neouali Reda AMF
3MF Atiallah Omar Wydad de Casablanca
4FW Ennafati Adam Lille OSC
Es-Saiydy Youssef AMF
4FW Bhja Soufiane KACM
Bouchta Ayoub RCA
4FW Yassine Othman Wydad de Casablanca
El Ouardi Adnan WAF
Elouadi Abdelkabir Raja Casablanca
Hamza Hafidi SCO Angers


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