Morocco national football team sponsors 2023

Morocco national football team sponsors 2023

July 31, 2023

This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the Morocco men’s and/or women’s national football teams’ physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation.

Name of the football association: Royal Moroccan Football Federation (Arabic: ??????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?????; French: Fédération royale marocaine de football; FRMF).

Also read: FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Sponsors


Sidi Ali

Sidi Ali is a Moroccan brand of bottled mineral water that has been in operation since 1978. Owned by Les Eaux Minérales d’Oulmès, a Moroccan company founded in 1933, Sidi Ali is the most popular bottled water brand in Morocco.

Maroc Telecom

Maroc Telecom is the largest telecommunications company in Morocco. Founded in 1967 as the Régie des Télécommunications du Maroc (RTM), this Rabat-based company was later privatised in 1999.

Maroc Telecom and the FRMF have been partners for over a decade. Despite talks stalling, and Maroc having had reservations about extending the agreement with the FRMF in 2019, the two have since renewed their partnership.

Bank Al-Maghrib

Bank Al-Maghrib is the central bank of Morocco. This Rabat-based bank is responsible for the overall stability of the Moroccan financial system. It is also responsible for issuing the Moroccan dirham, maintaining Morocco’s foreign currency reserves, controlling the credit supply, and regulating the commercial banking industry. 


The German sportswear and sports equipment brand is the official kit supplier of the Moroccan national football teams. Puma signed a multi-year deal with the FRMF in 2019 to become its official technical supplier. The deal is reportedly set to run until the end of 2023.  


The Casablanca-headquartered Moroccan telecommunications company signed a deal with the FRMF in 2020 to become one of its official sponsors. The sponsorship agreement was signed ahead of the start of that year’s season of Botola Pro — the Moroccan top flight of professional men’s football of which Inwi serves as the title sponsor.

CDG Morocco

CDG Morocco is a state-owned financial institution that not only manages long-term savings in Morocco but also acts as an investor in the nation.

CDG Morocco became an official sponsor of the FRMF in 2021 after signing a multi-year deal with the football governing body.


Afriquia, Morocco’s first-ever fuel distribution company that was founded in 1932 and is based out of Casablanca, is also listed as an official partner of the FRMF on its official website.

OCP Morocco

OCP Morocco is a state-owned chemical products manufacturing company that is headquartered in Casablanca. It is the largest phosphate producer in the world and is an official sponsor of the FRMF and its national football teams across all age groups and genders.  

Rahul Saha

An engineer taking the road less taken. I love writing, live and breathe football, and am always up for a tactical conversation.

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