Morocco National Team represents the national football team of Morocco in several tournaments. The Morocco national football team is administrated by the Football Association of Morocco. It is also known as "Lions of the Atlas".
Morocco has played in five editions of the World Cup and their first one was in 1970. The Moroccan National team traditionally use the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat. Their best performance in World Cup was the 1986 edition where they advanced to the second round, being the first African nation to do so. They won the African Nations Cup in 1976 and the 2012 Arab Nations Cup. Their current FIFA ranking is 40th and their best ever FIFA ranking is 10th in 1998. Their lowest ranking is 95th recorded in 2010.
The team is managed by the head coach Hervé Renard and the current captain of the team is Medhi Benatia. Noureddine Naybet is the player with highest caps for the national side and Ahmed Faraz is the top scorer for his national side scoring 42 goals.
Morocco made it's way to the Russian World Cup after winning African zone Group C.
List of players with most possible chance to be included in the final squad of the Morocco Team for the FIFA World Cup 2018.
Munir Mohand Mohamedi
Manuel da Costa
Abdelhamid El Kaoutari
Karim El Ahmadi
Mounir El Hamdaoui