COD Meknès

Full name Club Omnisport De Meknès
Founded 1962
Ground Stade d'Honneur,
Meknes, Morocco
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman Mohamed El-Qadari
Manager Abdelaziz Kerkache
League Botola
2011–12 1st (botola 2)

COD Meknes (Arabic: النادي المكناسي), also called Club Omnisports De Meknès is a Moroccan football club based in Meknes. The club came into being when four local teams; Rachad Meknassi, ASTF, Atlas and Alismailia merged on June 21, 1962. Upon formation CODM Meknès created teams in water polo, basketball, volleyball, handball and most notably football.

CODM coach

Beniessa Ayyadi, he used to teach many sports in Meknes such as football, basketball, tennis and some boxing. He was the first African to carry the Olympic torch.


Runner-up : 1981, 1999, 2011

Performance in CAF competitions

2005 – First Round
2012 – Play-off Round [1]

Current Squad 2012

as of 30 April 2012[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Morocco GK Youssef Bahra
2 Morocco DF Adil Serraj
3 Morocco MF Nabil El Oualji
4 Morocco MF Foulani Yacine
5 Morocco DF Mehdi Bellaroussi
6 Morocco MF Faouzi El Khamali
7 Guinea MF Ibrahima Sory Camara
8 Morocco MF Faycal Benkassou
9 Morocco FW Hassan Abdelouahab
10 Morocco FW Bouabid Bouden
11 Morocco FW Abdelali Semlali
12 Morocco DF Anouar Abdelmalki
13 Morocco GK Hicham Rhoufir
14 Switzerland FW Hicham Bouamri
15 Morocco DF Ismail Alaoui
16 Morocco MF Mohamed El Mrini
17 Morocco FW Othmane Habouri
18 Senegal FW Pape N'Diaye
19 Morocco DF Zakaria Zahid
No. Position Player
20 Morocco FW Abdelmajid Eddine
21 Morocco MF Karim Miftal
22 Morocco MF Adil Soudassi
23 Morocco DF Nabil Loualji
24 Cameroon FW Koko'o
25 Morocco DF Sami Hicham
26 Morocco MF Othmane Habouri
27 Morocco FW Mohamed Haimeur
28 Morocco DF Yassine Fellani
29 Ivory Coast MF Philippe Souanga
30 Morocco GK Rafik Kharbach
31 Morocco MF Salaheddine Khalfi
32 Morocco FW El Mehdi Naaoua
34 Morocco MF Yassine Bayoud
35 Morocco FW Mohamed Amine Laaouina
36 Morocco MF Mohamed El Mrini
37 Morocco FW Hassan Abdelwahab
38 Morocco MF Faycal Benkassou


Former presidents

Sport equipment


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