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: الجامعة الملكية المغربية لكرة القدم; French: Fédération royale marocaine de football) (FRMF)
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Sidi Ali, a Morocco-based mineral water supply company, is listed as an official partner of the FRMF on the federation’s official website.
Maroc, a Rabat-headquartered Moroccan telecommunications company, has been in association with the FRMF for over a decade now. Contracts with Maroc have been previously renewed in 2011. Maroc had reservations about extending the agreement with the FRMF in 2019, but has since renewed its partnership with the federation.
Procter & Gamble’s anti-dandruff shampoo brand is also an official partner of the FRMF.
Bank Al-Maghrib is the central bank of the Kingdom of Morocco and is headquartered in Rabat.
The German sportswear and sports equipment brand is the official kit supplier of the Moroccan national football teams. Puma signed a deal with the FRMF in 2019 to become its technical supplier
The Seoul-headquartered South Korean automobile manufacturer is also an official sponsor of the FRMF.
The Casablanca-headquartered Morocco telecommunications company signed a deal with the FRMF in 2020 to become its official sponsor. The sponsorship agreement was signed ahead of the start of the Botola Pro, the Moroccan topflight of professional men’s football of which inwi serves as the title sponsor.
Gillette and Moroccan football share a strong relationship. The American razor and safety care products brand is an official sponsor of the FRMF. Not only does Gillette sponsor the federation, but it also sponsors local leagues in Morocco and also has Yassine Bounou, the first-choice goalkeeper of the Morocco senior men’s national football team, on-board as a brand ambassador.
The American soft drink giant is also an official sponsor of the FRMF.
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 is also listed as an official partner of the FRMF on the federation’s website.
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 the federation’s website.
OCP Morocco is a state-owned chemical products manufacturing company that is headquartered in Casablanca.