Name
Wydad Casablanca

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Head Coach

Walid Regragui

League Position
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Established
1937 (85 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade Mohammed V
(45,891 Capacity)

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Location
Casablanca

Nicknames
wac

Competitions
Moroccan Championship
CAF Champions League
FIFA Club World Cup

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Wydad Athletic Club (Arabic: نادي وداد الرياضي‎), commonly known as WAC, also called Wydad Al Omma is a Moroccan sports club based in Casablanca, Morocco, best known for its football team.

Wydad have won the Morocco league title a record 19 times, 9 Moroccan Throne Cups, 7 Moroccan Super Cups, 5 Chaouia Leagues, Chaouia cup in 1947 and the Independence Cup in 1956. In continental competitions they have won the CAF Champions League twice. CAF Cup Winners, Afro-Asian Club Championship, Arab Champions League, Arab Super Cup, and North African Cup, as well as winning the North African Championship and North African Super Cup three times. It is the most titled club in Morocco and second-most in Africa with trophies after Al Ahly, with 106 trophies

Team Members
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Amine
Aboulfath




Muaid
Ali




Yahia
allah




Ayoub
Amloud




Aymane
Hassouni




Yahya
Jabrane




Simon
Msuva




Mohammed
Ounajem




Salah
Saidi




Ahmed
Tagnaouti
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The Stade Mohammed V is part of a big athletic complex situated in the heart of the city of Casablanca, Morocco, in the western part of Maarif district. It was inaugurated March 6, 1955, and currently has a capacity of 45,891.

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