A document published on FIFA’s official website in December 2017 shows that Moroccan media has obtained the necessary licensees to broadcast 2018 World Cup matches.
The media rights include TV, Radio, mobile, and internet and were sold to Morocco by Qatari sports network, beIN Sports, the exclusive license provider for the competition within the MENA region.
Moroccans will be able to cheer on their national team at home, although traveling to Russia to attend the competition is also an option for die-hard fans. The Moroccan team was placed in Group B along with Portugal, Spain, and Iran. The Atlas Lions are going to play their first game against the Iranian squad on June 15, while their second match will be against Portugal on June 20. The last game for the Moroccan team will be against Spain on June 25.