Brazil vs Morocco next match time in Bangladesh
Brazil vs Morocco next match 2023
BD Date $ Time: 26 march 2023 at 4.00 AM ( Tonight 26 march 2023).
Venue: Ibn Battuta Stadium (Stade Ibn Battuta).
Brazil vs Morocco head-to-head
Brazil: Games Won: 2.
Games Draw: 0
Morocco: Games Lost: 0.
Date / Match / Result / Competition
09 October 1997 / Brazil v Morocco / 2-0 / International Friendly.
16 June 1998 / Brazil vs Morocco / 3-0 / FIFA World Cup.
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Ibn Battuta Stadium
Ibn Battuta Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Tangier, Morocco. It is mostly used for football matches and large events such as ceremonies or concerts. The stadium has a capacity of 65,000 people. It serves as IR Tangier’s new home, replacing the former Stade de Marchan. The stadium is named after the Moroccan Berber scholar and explorer Ibn Battuta.
It was inaugurated on April 26, 2011. On 27 July, the stadium hosted the 2011 Trophy des Champions, where Marseille defeated Lille 5–4. It was one of the confirmed host stadiums for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, which Morocco would host until it was stripped of its hosting rights.
The stadium hosted the 2017 Trophy des Champions for the second time on 29 July, with Paris Saint-Germain defeating Monaco 2–1. When Morocco hosted the 2018 African Nations Championship, the stadium hosted six matches in the group stage and one match in the quarter-finals.
It hosted the 2018 Supercopa de España match between the Copa del Rey runners-up, Sevilla, and the 2017–18 Copa del Rey and 2017–18 La Liga winners, Barcelona, in which Barcelona defeated Sevilla 2–1. It was also a venue for Morocco’s failed bid for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Morocco was supposed to host the quarter-finals if awarded the World Cup.
It has undergone a renovation to increase its capacity and change the exterior to host the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup. It was planned that the capacity would increase from 45,000 seats to 65,000 seats. On 25 January 2023, it was confirmed that the stadium was ready to host the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup.
There are current studies to change the exterior of the stadium to be completely covered and to remove the running tracks to 80,000 before the possible hosting of the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations 2025, according to Abdelmalek Abron, a member of the infrastructure committee of the FRMF and Morocco’s football system.