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198 (1824 years old)

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Soccer

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Stade Ibn Batouta
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Moroccan Championship

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Upcoming Events
03 Apr 23 IR Tanger  -  FUS Rabat
07 Apr 23 Maghreb Fez  -  IR Tanger

Latest Results
14 Mar 23 Wydad Casablanca  3 - 0  IR Tanger
04 Mar 23 IR Tanger  2 - 1  Olympic Club
25 Feb 23 Hassania Agadir  1 - 0  IR Tanger
21 Feb 23 IR Tanger  2 - 0  Moghreb Tétouan
28 Jan 23 Riadi Salmi  2 - 0  IR Tanger

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Ittihad Riadi Tanger (Arabic: الاتحاد الرياضي لطنجة‎) which means "Tangier Sports Union", known as Ittihad Tanger, abbreviation IRT is a Moroccan football club based in Tangier, Morocco. The club was founded in 1983 as a union of a number of old clubs around Tangier at the time (including "Tangier Rebirth", "FC Iberia" as the main figures of the fusion). Ittihad Riadi Tanger has a basketball team, football, volleyball and Rugby teams, supporting wide range of sports as well. Their home games are hosted at Stade Ibn Batouta ( Stade de Marchan was their former home ground before it was demolished and rebuilt as a park). IR Tanger has a large fanbase in northern Morocco, especially in the Tanger–Tetouan-Alhoceima region as it is the only relatively one of the biggest clubs in the region and the country itself.

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Stade Ibn Batouta is a multi-use stadium in Tangier, Morocco. It is used mostly for football matches and big events as ceremonies or concerts. The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 people. It serves as the new home of IR Tanger, replacing the former Stade de Marchan. Named after Ibn Battuta.

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