Wydad de Fès

Wydad de Fès
Full name Wydad Athletic de Fès
Nickname(s) Black and White
Founded 1948
Ground Complexe Sportif de Fès
Ground Capacity 45,000
Chairman Abderrazak Sebti
Manager Morocco Fouad Sahabi
League Botola
2013–14 16th, (Relegated)

Wydad de Fès is a Moroccan football club currently playing in the First division. The club was founded in 1948 and is located in the town of Fès.

Wydad Athletic Club de Fès (W.A.F) were promoted from the 2nd Division in 2008–09.


Wydad Fassi Sports Club is a football/sports club of the Moroccan city of Fès. This club was founded in 1948, and had for a while fallen on lean times, languishing in the shadows of Division 3 after having been one of the pillars of the national championship first division. They are the second Fès team, with the MAS Fès club having more success in recent time. They play in shirt of vertical black and white stripes.


Their stadium, Complexe Sportif de Fès, is located at the southern end of the road to Sefrou (Trek Sefrou), built in a typical Moroccan style. Presentation of use accompanied by technical data, the sports complex of Fès was able to open its doors after much debate on the financing of its facilities. Located on an area of 40 hectares, the stadium can accommodate 45,000 spectators all seated. It has a running track in addition tartan annexes likely to host high-level competitions. 15 years after first breaking ceremony to launch construction work of this complex, which required an investment of 30 billion centimes (30 million), we are in front of a monument which was only dream.

Squad (2013–14)

As of 2 April 2014.[1]

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 Amine Bourkadi
Morocco GK Issam Lahlafi
Morocco GK Hicham Rhoufir
Morocco DF Youssef Abouda
Morocco DF Mohamed Barakat
Morocco DF Rachid Briguel
Morocco DF Abderrahim Chkilit (Captain)
Morocco DF Zakaria Lahyane
Morocco DF Youssef Makboul
Morocco DF Tajeddine Mounour
Morocco DF Nabil Ouali Alami
Morocco DF Yassine Remch
Morocco DF Yassine Sahal
Morocco DF Omar Tahelchout
No. Position Player
Morocco MF Nabil Cheradi
Morocco MF Rachid Dahmani
Morocco MF Othmane Khayal
Ivory Coast MF Konan Serge Kouadio
Morocco MF Youness Mankari
Morocco MF Karim Miftal
Morocco MF Youssef Sektioui
Morocco MF Rachid Tiberkanine
Morocco MF Nassreddine Traina
Morocco FW Abdelali Bahi
Morocco FW Mehdi Battach
Morocco FW Redallah El Ghazoufi
Brazil FW Gustavo Correia
Morocco FW Abdelah Othmani



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