Morocco Shirts

Morocco Shirts

Morocco Shirts

Morocco are one of the strongest North African nations in world football as they boast several well known players including Marouane Chamakh, Mbark Boussoufa, Younes Belhanda, Mehdi Benatia and Houssine Kharja. The nation have appeared in 4 World Cups where there best position was Round of 16 in the 1986 tournament.

1970 Morocco Retro shirt
1970s Morocco Away Retro Shirt

Morocco 2010/11 Home Shirt By Puma Adults Size Xl Brand New With Puma Tags

Mens Football Shirt - Morocco - African National Team - Away 2007-09 - Puma - Xl

Mens Football Shirt - Morocco - African National Team - Training Nike - Green L

Puma Morocco Home Jersey 736014-17 National Team S M L Xl Xxl Marroco New

Kids Nike Morocco S/s Football Shirt - 9-11 Years - Green - Bnwt

Morocco Home Shirt ( 2008/2009) Xl Men's #264

Mens Football Shirt - Kawkab Marrakech - Morocco - Adidas - Red - Xl Home - Rare

Morocco 1996-1997 Home Football Shirt Size Xl /8155

Mens Football Shirt - Kawkab Marrakech - Morocco - Nike - Blue - Xl Away - Rare

Morocco Home Shirt 1998-99, Xl Adult. Puma.

Morocco play in a home strip of green shirts and shorts with red socks. Morocco were the first African team to win a group at the World Cup, doing so in 1986.

Here is the new Morocco home shirt which the team will be wearing during the upcoming 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. Morocco have won the African competition just once, in 1976.In the 2004 edition of the tournament, Morocco went close to securing their second title however they lost 2-1 against Tuni [...]

Earlier we brought you the leaked picture of Morocco's potential African Cup of Nations Shirt and with the team yet to qualify the shirt's use for the tournament will remain in doubt [...]

Morocco have not yet achieved qualification for the African Cup of Nations 2010 as they lie in fourth place in the group and only the top three qualify [...]

The Moroccan national football team, nicknamed Lions de l'Atlas or in English Atlas Lions played their first international match against Iraq in Lebanon on the 19th October 1957 drawing the game 3-3.

Noureddine Naybet holds the record for the most number of appearances with 115 and Ahmed Faras holds the record for the most number of goals with 42.

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