The sports complex lies in a space of 29.3 hectares, featuring advanced equipment in line with FIFA standards.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI inaugurated a newly renovated sports center in Rabat’s twin city, Sale on Monday, December 9.
The Mohammed VI Football Complex was renovated, costing a MAD 630 million. The reopened complex seeks to provide national football professionals with an appropriate environment “conducive to success,” Maghreb Arab Press (MAP) reported.
The Moroccan Royal Football Federation (FRMF) completed the center on a 29.3-hectare plot that will be dedicated to the national teams during preparation camps for local and international competitions.
The complex is within the framework of the national program for upgrading national football infrastructure, seeking to support the establishment of National Club Training Centers, including Raja of Casablanca (RCA) and Wydad Casablanca (WAC).
The field will also host foreign national teams undertaking their training in Morocco.
Through the project, the FRMF wants to attract foreign national teams to contribute to the development of national tourism as well as to boost the country’s international influence.
The new football center features advanced equipment in line with FIFA standards.
In addition to sports facilities, the complex includes accommodation for the national team with 66 rooms and 4 suites.
The project also houses three blocks with a capacity of 150 beds for the Under 23 national team and 45 rooms with a capacity of 80 beds for the Under 17 national team.
The Mohammed VI National Complex has four natural grass football fields, three astro-turf football fields, and an indoor football field.
It also includes a hybrid football field, a re-training room that can host matches, an outdoor Olympic-sized pool, two tennis courts, and a beach soccer field.
A new generation performance and sports medicine center is also part of the complex with rooms for physiotherapy, stress testing, dentistry, ophthalmology, trauma, psychology, podiatry, nutritional medicine, radiology, ultrasound, electrotherapy, osteodensitometry, cryotherapy, in addition to an emergency mobile medical unit.