A five-member 2026 FIFA Task Force is in Morocco, visiting several cities around the country in order to evaluate Morocco’s assets and capacity to host FIFA’s massive tournament.
FIFA’s Task Force will visit stadiums, training camps, fan sites, and media centers in four Moroccan cities: Marrakech (April 16-17), Agadir (April 17-18), Tangier (April 18-19), and Casablanca (April 19), according to a press release published by FIFA on April 7.
The hashtag #Morocco2026 has been used by so many to show how prepared Morocco is to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, as the second country for the African continent.
— Maghrib Foot (@MarocFooty) April 18, 2018
— Montassir (@Montass97818604) April 19, 2018
— mustafa idrissi (@musid73) April 19, 2018
As the final day of the @FIFAcom Task Force visit begins, the delegation discovers the Stade Ibn Battouta | Renovated to increase its capacity from 44,500 to 65,000 by 2019, the stadium will sit at the heart of #Morocco2026 ⚽️#TogetherForOneGoal 🇲🇦 pic.twitter.com/pkfD9U9XiU
— Morocco 2026 (@Morocco2026_EN) April 19, 2018
The second day of the @FIFAcom Task Force visit ends with a presentation of the new #Moroccan #LGV, which will be the first high-speed train line on the #African continent 🚅🌍
#Morocco2026 🇲🇦 #TogetherForOneGoal pic.twitter.com/gPsxMfPKMF
— Morocco 2026 (@Morocco2026_EN) April 18, 2018
— Morocco 2026 (@Morocco2026_EN) April 17, 2018