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| 31 Mar 23 ||Olympique Khouribga || - || Maghreb Fez|| Complexe OCP @ 12:00am|
| 12 Mar 23 ||Maghreb Fez || ||3 - 1 || ||Difaâ Hassani|| || Complexe Sportif de |
| 03 Mar 23 ||Maghreb Fez || ||0 - 0 || ||FUS Rabat|| || Complexe Sportif de |
| 26 Feb 23 ||Riadi Salmi || ||1 - 1 || ||Maghreb Fez|| || Stade El Bachir|
| 21 Feb 23 ||Maghreb Fez || ||1 - 1 || ||Olympic Club|| || Complexe Sportif de |
| 28 Jan 23 ||Moghreb Tétouan || ||1 - 1 || ||Maghreb Fez|| || Stade Larbi Zaouli|
Maghreb Association Sportive de Fès is an Omnisport club based in Fes. The club was founded in 1946.Team Members
The official supporter group of MAS are the Fatal Tigers. They formed in 2006 and it is one of the biggest supporter-groups in Morocco.
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The Fez Sports complex (Arabic: المركب الرياضي لفاس) is a multi-purpose stadium in Fez, Morocco. It is currently used mostly for football matches and it also has athletics facilities, the stadium holds 45,000 and was built in 2003.
The plans of this stadium realized by Moroccan architects and engineers and the launching of the works was done in 1992, but it is only 2 years later that it started its construction which had to be finished in 1997 to shelter with the stadium of Honor of Meknes 1997 Africa Junior Nations Cup organized by Morocco. The stadium was not delivered on time, mainly because of technical problems, and it was not until 2003 that the work was completed.
The entire complex includes a media room, a first aid center, an infirmary and a doping control room, while the stadium car park at the visitors' disposal can accommodate up to 7500 cars and 350 coaches.
This stadium also entered Morocco's candidacy for the organization of the football world cup in 2006 and 2010. Thus, on this occasion the complex was completely renovated and had slight modifications with the addition of 5000 places and its total capacity was increased to 45,000 seats. But, on May 15, 2004 the organization was finally granted to South Africa by 14 votes against 10 for Morocco.
The Stade de Fès is officially inaugurated on November 25, 2007, 4 years after the completion of the 2006-2007 Throne Cup finals with a match between FAR Rabat (D1) and Rachad Bernoussi ( D2), which ended with the victory of FAR Rabat (1-1, 5 tabs to 3). The entrance was free for this meeting and 40,000 spectators from different Moroccan cities attended. The first goal scored in this stadium is a goal by Atik Chihab (FAR Rabat).
Since the inauguration of the stadium, the Maghreb team of Fez has taken up residence, and played its first match in this stadium, during a league match against the Youth of El Massira match that takes place. sold out with a 0-0 draw.Trophies Fanart