From November 12 to 16, Morocco will host 7 international football matches counting for the 5ᵉ and 6ᵉ days of the African qualifiers at the 2022 World Cup.
This was the case on the previous day of these qualifiers, for which several countries which were unable to approve their stadiums by CAF and FIFA, had requested Moroccan facilities to host their official matches.
This time, five African selections have chosen the kingdom again to play their last matches counting for the 5ᵉ and 6ᵉ days of the African qualifiers at the 2022 World Cup. These are Sudan, Mali, Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso and Liberia.
According to the match schedule, on November 12, the Moroccan team will face Sudan in Rabat. On the same day, Burkina Faso will welcome Niger to Marrakech. Guinea Bissau and Sudan will meet on the same lawn on November 15.
For its part, Liberia will cross swords with Nigeria at the Grand Stade in Tangier while in Group E, Mali will host Uganda on November 14 at the Grand Stade in Agadir, before meeting its counterpart from the Central African Republic two days later in Tangier.