Olympique de Casablanca

CO Casablanca
Full name Club Olympique de Casablanca
Founded 1904
Dissolved 6 July 1995
(merging with Raja CA)
Ground Stade du COC
Ground Capacity 15,000

Club Olympique de Casablanca (Arabic: نادي أولمبي الدار البيضاء) or CO Casablanca for a short, is a defunct Moroccan football club that was based in Casablanca. The club played its home games at the Stade du COC


The club was founded in 1904 under the name of CRUSH Casablanca. It changed the name after into CSNAC Casablanca and in the 1980s into CLAS Casablanca (Centrale Laitière Association Sportive de Casablanca). In 1991, it took the name of Club Olympique de Casablanca but in 1995, the club was dissolved by merging with Raja Casablanca. However many other sections still yet play such as Rugby or tennis sections.


National titles

Champion (1): 1994
Runner-up (1): 1995
Winner (3): 1983, 1990, 1992

International titles

Winner (3): 1991, 1992, 1993
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