Olympique Club de Khouribga

Olympique De Khouribga
Full name Olympique Club of Khouribga
Nickname(s) OCK
Founded 1923
Ground Complexe OCP
Khouribga, Morocco
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Mohamed Derdaki
Manager Vacant
League Botola

Olympique Club of Khouribga, also called OCK, is a Moroccan football club based in Khouribga.


The club was founded in 1923 and is considered one of the oldest clubs in Morocco. The club first entered the first division of the Moroccan league in the 1982–1983 season. Olympique Club Khouribga holds 2 Moroccan cups or what is called the Throne cup (2006 and 2015) and one Moroccan Championship in 2007. On the 1st April 2016, Khouribga signed Daniel Obada after a successful trial.

Current squad

As of 2 April 2014. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Morocco GK Hamza Mouâtamid
nat=Morocco {{country data {{{nat}}}|flagicon/core|variant|size}} Achraf El Hilalipos=GK
Morocco GK Idriss Bouabid
Morocco DF [Youssef Ougadi]
Ivory Coast DF Brahima Bakayoko
Morocco DF Brahim El Baz
Morocco DF Redouane Dardouri
Morocco DF Said Grada
Morocco DF Ibrahim Largou
Morocco DF Youssef Nafe
Morocco DF Youssef Oggadi
Morocco DF Omar Sarbout
Morocco DF Jaouad Yamik
No. Position Player
Morocco MF Noureddine Aqqal
Morocco MF Mohamed Askari
Morocco MF Ahmed El Atlassi
Morocco MF Ibrahim Bezghoudi
Morocco MF Hamza Kalai
Morocco MF Abdanbi Lahrari
Morocco MF Oussama Mezkouri
Morocco MF Rachid Tiberkanine
Mali MF Lassana Fané
Senegal FW Mignane Diouf
Mali FW Mamadou Sidibé
Cameroon FW Charles Bea Hob
Morocco FW Bilal El Megri

Notable players

  • Cameroon Abbas Rassou
  • Ivory Coast Frank Arnaud Guedegbe
  • Guinea Mohamed Col Camara
  • Morocco Salaheddine Aqqal
  • Morocco Radouane Baqlal
  • Morocco Hamza Boudlal
  • Morocco Hassan Bouizgar
  • Morocco Rachid Chattou
  • Morocco Abdellah El Jaouzi
  • Morocco Hatim El Mustapha

  • Morocco Abdelaziz El Sghir
  • Morocco Abdelkarim Errifi
  • Morocco Ali Kaïs
  • Morocco Brahim Largou
  • Morocco Hicham Mahdoufi
  • Morocco Abdessamad Messouab
  • Morocco Ahmed Mohamadina
  • Morocco Mohammed Morsadi
  • Morocco Mohammed Amine Nejmi
  • Morocco Abdessamad Ouarrad

  • Morocco Younés Ouganna
  • Morocco Abdelaziz Outanzit
  • Morocco Khalid Tahoune
  • Morocco Jamal Triki
  • England Daniel Obada

Olympique de Khouribga 4th kit

Notable coaches


Runner-up : 1984, 1996
2006, 2015
Runner-up : 1981, 1994, 1995, 2005

Performance in CAF competitions

2008 – Third Round
2005 – First Round
2006 – Group Stage
2008 – Third Round

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