The club was founded in 1937 and is based in the Moroccan capital Casablanca.
Homeground: The team plays its matches at the 45,891 seater Stade Mohammed V.
Local – The club has won a record 22 Moroccan league titles and nine Moroccan Throne Cups and are the most titled club in Morocco.
Regional – One Afro-Asian Club Championships, One Mohammed V Trophy, One Arab Club Championships Cup, One Arab Super Cup, three North African Championships and one North African Cup.
Continental – Three CAF Championships, One African Cup Winners, One CAF Super Cup.
Social Media Presence – The club has a limited social media presence. Their fans even complained in 2021 on the luck of information regarding their match against Hearts of Oak of Ghana.
Head Coach – The team is handled by Mehdi Ben Nafti a former Tunisian football manager who at 44 years is one of the youngest football managers.
Key Players – Ahmed Red Tegnaouti (Goalkeeper), Hamid Ahadad (Striker), Bouly Junior Sambou (Striker).
Budget – The club has an annual budget of $50million
The Port of Casablanca is one of the interesting sights in this coastal city fronting the Atlantic Ocean.
It has a manmade harbor with deliberately constructed breakwaters, sea walls and jetty’s making it one of the largest artificial ports in the world.
Away from the port, another sight to behold in Casablanca is Mohamed the 11 Mosque.
It is one the biggest mosques in the world holding upto 100,000 worshippers both inside and outside.
While in Casablanca one can also explore the 2,000 year Moroccan Judaism Museum the only Jewish history museum in the Arab world. There is also the Dar El Ala perfect for music lovers as it specializes in Moroccan music including instruments, performances and art.
Casablanca is also the home to the famous Mohammed V Stadium. The 46,000 seater facility is the oldest stadium in Morocco and has hosted major football matches including the final of the 2018 Africa Nations Championships (CHAN).