The first stock of tickets put on sale for this Saturday’s mouthwatering international friendly pitting Morocco against Brazil at the international stadium in Tanger were sold-out within two hours on Monday.
The ticket sales at prices between €9-€25 launched by the Royal Moroccan Football Federation via a digital platform at 10AM local time didn’t last up to after midday as the stock of 20000 was cleared by anxious fans.
The second tranche of sales is expected in the hours ahead as the hosts expect a filled stadium in Rabat when the 2022 FIFA World Cup semi-finalist, Morocco confronts star-studded Brazil.
The Atlas Lions of Morocco will clash with the Selecao of Brazil and The Rojiblancos of Peru in an a mouthwatering international friendlies next month.
Morocco will hosts Brazil before traveling to Spain to face Peru at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano.
Morocco against Brazil will be third time, the five-time World champions clash with last World Cup’s semi finalist.
The game against Brazil will be played on March 25 at the Batouta Stadium in Tanger and if will provide Moroccans the first opportunity to watch their team after the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup while that against Peru will be three days later.
Morocco’s football administrators have embarked on massive investment in the past decade as they step up efforts to improve on their football to enhance performance. A friendly against the world’s most admired, Brazil nation says it all.
Morocco’s only other games against Brazil was a 2-0 defeat to the South Americans in a friendly 1997 and a 0-3 defeat at the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.
Brazil’s last friendly in Africa was a 5-0 win to the Bafana Bafana in September 2022.
A number of African nations are expected to be engaged in friendlies this month.
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