Rabat - Former French footballer David Trezeguet has joined the long list of ambassadors representing Morocco’s 2026 World Cup bid.
Rabat – Former French footballer David Trezeguet has joined the long list of ambassadors representing Morocco’s 2026 World Cup bid.
The Morocco 2026 official Twitter announced the news on May 25.
“I support Morocco 2026 and I am convinced that Morocco will offer the best conditions to players and all lovers of football,” said the world champion.
Before Trezeguet, Morocco’s 2026 World Cup bid committee appointed German former legendary footballer Lothar Matthaus as an ambassador of the Moroccan bid.
— Morocco 2026 (@Morocco2026_EN) May 25, 2018
Several other football stars, including Brazilian retired professional footballer Roberto Carlos, Samuel Eto’o, Didier Drogba, and El Hadji Diouf, are campaigning for Morocco’s bid.
The FIFA task force, which has evaluated the two bids, is expected to publish its assessments during the first week of June. The task force assessment will decide whether the bids meet the FIFA requirements to host the tournament.
The result of the evaluation will be published a week before the vote, which is scheduled to take place on June 13 in Moscow.