HM King Mohammed VI Returns to Stadiums to Attend the Finals of Arab Club Championship
HM King Mohammed VI will attend the final of the Arab Club Championship, which will be held in Morocco in the next few weeks, after the Arab Football Federation has set two dates for the final match
According to media reports, HM King Mohammed VI will attend the final of the Arab Club Championship, which will be held in Morocco in the next few weeks, after the Arab Football Federation has set two dates for the final match. It is named “Mohammed VI For Champions’ Clubs”. It will bring together R.C.A and the Saudi Jeddah Federation.
Reports confirmed that the Arab Union has proposed two dates for the final procedure. The first in March, and if not, it will be held in the first week of April. The stadium is not yet determined. However, it is likely to be in Marrakesh Grand Stadium or Prince Moulay Abdullah Stadium.
The final will witness the presence of HM King Mohammed VI, who will hand over the championship trophy to the winning team. The latter will receive a bonus of 60 M MAD. According to sources of “Al-Ayyam”. The possibility of allowing football fans to return to the stadiums only in that match is being studied. The attendance should not exceed 1/3 of the capacity of the stadium -up to 15,000 spectators, with full respect to distancing.
This match will be an occasion for HM King Mohammed VI to return to the football fields where he last attended a football match at the Grand Stadium of Marrakech in December 2013, between R.C.A and Bayern Munich on the occasion of the final match of the Club World Cup. It ended with the German team winning 2-0. The king oversaw the distribution of medals to the players of both teams with the former president of the International Football Association, Joseph Blatter; as well as the handing over of the championship shield to the Dean of the Bavarian team, Philipp Lahm.