|Nickname(s)||Lions de l'Atlas|
|Association||Royal Moroccan Football Federation|
|Head coach||Bernard Simondi|
|Home stadium||Stade de Marrakech|
| Hungary 6 – 0 Morocco |
(Tokyo, Japan; October 11, 1964)
| Morocco 6 – 0 Malaysia |
(Ingolstadt, Germany; August 31, 1972)
| Hungary 6 – 0 Morocco |
(Tokyo, Japan; October 11, 1964)
The Morocco Olympic football team represents Morocco in international football competitions in Olympic Games. The selection is limited to players under the age of 23, except three overage players. The team is controlled by the Fédération Royale Marocaine de Football (FRMF).
Morocco appeared the first in the Olympic games in 1964 when they lost against Hungary and Yugoslavia respectively by the scores of 6–0 and 3–1.
The second appearance was supposed to be during the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico but Morocco refused to allow its team to play against Israel national team because of political issues. Then Ghana national team took the advantage and replaced Morocco [ clarification needed ] in the final competition.
In 1972, Morocco reached the second round after a draw against USA and a win against Malaysia national team.
Morocco was very close to reach the Quarter final during the 2004 Summer Olympics but the goals difference was in the favor of U-23 Costa Rica after all the teams played their three games. Morocco qualified for the 2012 London Olympic games after beating Egypt 3–2 in the semi-finals of the African Cup under-23 on December 7, 2012.
Morocco had organized the 2011 CAF U-23 Championship and got qualified to the 2012 Summer Olympics after reaching the final game, then the olympic team lost against Gabon by the score of 2–1 at Marrakech Stadium.
|Football at the Summer Olympic record|
|1996||Did Not Qualify|
|2008||Did Not Qualify|
|2016||Did Not Qualify|
|2020||Did Not Qualify|
* Under-23 tournament since 1992.
|CAF U-23 Championship Record|
|Appearances: 2 / 4|
|2015||Did not qualify|
|2023||Qualified as hosts|
|UNAF U-23 Tournament|
|Appearances: 3 / 4|
|Football at the Islamic Solidarity Games record|
|1||Saudi Arabia||3||3||0||0||6||0||+6||9||Advance to knockout stage|
Squad for 2021 Islamic Solidarity Games.
Coach: Hicham Dmiai
The squad was announced on 27 July.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|1||GK||El Mehdi Benabid||24 January 1998 (aged 24)||FUS Rabat|
|2||DF||Hamza Regragui*||13 June 1997 (aged 25)||RS Berkane|
|3||DF||Mohamed Souboul||17 November 2001 (aged 20)||Raja CA|
|4||DF||Nabil Marmouk||19 March 1998 (aged 24)||Maghreb Fès|
|5||MF||Ismail Moutaraji||1 February 2000 (aged 22)||Wydad AC|
|6||MF||Amine Souane||17 September 2001 (aged 20)||MC Oujda|
|7||MF||Reda Slim||25 October 1999 (aged 22)||AS FAR|
|8||MF||Larbi Naji*||12 December 1990 (aged 31)||AS FAR|
|9||FW||Soufiane Benjdida||5 September 2001 (aged 20)||Raja CA|
|10||MF||Montasser Lahtimi||1 April 2001 (aged 21)||FUS Rabat|
|11||FW||Youssef Mehri||7 September 1999 (aged 22)||Hassania Agadir|
|12||GK||Rachid Ghanimi||25 April 2001 (aged 21)||Rapide Oued Zem|
|13||DF||Adil Tahif||24 February 2001 (aged 21)||SCC Mohammédia|
|14||MF||Salaheddine Benyachou||30 November 1999 (aged 22)||Wydad AC|
|15||MF||Abdellah Haimoud||21 May 2001 (aged 21)||Wydad AC|
|16||MF||Saifeddine Bouhra||5 March 2000 (aged 22)||Wydad AC|
|17||DF||Oussama Raoui||13 November 2002 (aged 19)||FUS Rabat|
|18||DF||Oussama Soukhane||11 January 1999 (aged 23)||Raja CA|
|19||FW||Abdellah Farah||1 June 2001 (aged 21)||Raja CA|
|20||DF||Mouhamed Moufid||12 January 2000 (aged 22)||AS FAR|
|21||MF||Hamza El Janati||1 January 1999 (aged 23)||Maghreb Fès|
|22||GK||Reda Asmama||8 February 2002 (aged 20)||Union Touarga|
|23||MF||Abdelfattah Hadraf||22 March 1998 (aged 24)||Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi|
* Over-aged player.
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