Rabat – Morocco’s national football team will play three additional pre-World Cup friendly games, according to the Royal Football Federation (FRMF). The Atlas Lions will battle the Ukrainian, Estonian, and Slovakian teams only a week before the kickoff for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Today, FRMR published the schedule for the pre-World Cup friendly games that the Moroccan team will play before the official games of the world’s premier tournament. The Atlas Lions will battle Ukraine in Switzerland on May 30, while the second friendly game against Slovakia will also take place in Switzerland, on June 4.
The third friendly game will be played in Estonia against the local national football team on June 9.
The Moroccan team has already played two pre-World Cup friendly matches against Serbia and Uzbekistan, winning 2-1 and 2-0 respectively.
These friendlies are aimed at testing and evaluating the team’s weaknesses and strengths.
When the tournament begins on June 14, the Atlas Lions will first battle Iran on June 15. The team will face Portugal in their second game on June 20, while the final first-round match for Morocco will be against Spain on June 25.