Morocco vs Congo DR : Broadcast Channels and Match Details in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers

Morocco vs Congo DR : Broadcast Channels and Match Details in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers

Morocco to Face Congo DR in Crucial World Cup Qualifier

Agadir, Morocco – The Moroccan national football team continues its strong start in their quest to qualify for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, as they prepare to face their Congolese counterparts tomorrow, Tuesday, in the fourth round of the African qualifiers, at the Adrar Stadium in Agadir.

Atlas Lions Claim Consecutive Victories

The “Atlas Lions” entered these qualifiers with a bang, securing two consecutive victories, the first against Tanzania (2-1) and the second against Zambia (2-1) last Friday, to top Group E by three points ahead of their closest rivals.

Tough Task Ahead Against Congo

However, a tough task awaits the Moroccan team tomorrow against the Congolese team, who are also seeking their first win in the qualifiers and to improve their position in the group.

Match Date and Broadcast Channels

The match will be played tomorrow, Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at the Adrar Stadium in Agadir, at 10:00 PM Mecca time, 8:00 PM Morocco time.

The match can be followed on the following channels:


Live Stream

The match can also be followed live on for highlights and goals.

High Morale and Big Aspirations

The Moroccan team enters the match with high morale and high aspirations to achieve a new victory that will bring them one step closer to qualifying for the 2026 World Cup finals.

Strong Fan Support Expected

The Moroccan team is expected to receive strong fan support at the Adrar Stadium, as “Atlas Lions” fans are eager to see their team achieve a new victory and continue their successful run in the qualifiers.

Tomorrow’s match is a crucial battle for the Moroccan team on their way to qualifying for the World Cup, as they will seek to achieve a new victory that will strengthen their lead in the group and bring them closer to achieving their dream of participating in the World Cup for the sixth time in their history.

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