The Moroccan Football Federation has confirmed that it will apply for the 2030 World Cup bid.
Morocco FA president, Fouzi Lekjaa made the confirmation on Tuesday while giving an account of their 2026 World Cup campaign.
Morocco lost the bid to host the 2026 World Cup to a joint bid from the USA, Mexico and Canada in Russia last month and are hoping to make their sixth attempt to host the World football fiesta.
Fouzi while rendering stewardship in their 2026 FIFA World Cup bid which lasted for about eight months, said the Moroccan football federation spent more than €9m.
Morocco could face stiff competitions from European countries like England, Scotland and Ireland who are hoping to stage a joint bidding for the 2030 World Cup after FIFA president, Gianni Infantino England gave them the green light to bid for 2030.
The Maghrebians ares hoping for a joint bid with Tunisia and Algeria for the 2030 World Cup as the quadrennial showpiece will now see 48 teams participating beginning from the 2026 edition that will be co-hosted by USA, Mexico and Canada.