Stade Moulay Abdallah
|1500 (VIP section)|
|150 (Disabled seats)|
|25,000 (Covered seats)|
|Clubs||Forces Armées Royales Rabat|
|Address||Avenue Hassan II, Rabat, Morocco|
Description: Stade Moulay Abdallah
Rabat's largest stadium and second biggest in all of Morocco was built in south-western outskirts of the city in 1983. It never received any major redevelopments, but was thoroughly renovated in 2001, receiving individual seats, many of which were later ripped out.
Apart from hosting games by FAR and Fath Rabat it is also one of the homes for Morocco national team and played host to 1988 CAN matches. It was also proposed to hold 2006 and 2010 World Cup games, when Morocco attempted to become the first ever African hosts.
Morocco: 160 arrested and the same number of injured in post match clash
At least 160 people, including 90 under-aged, have been arrested in Morocco due to the riots that broke out after Sunday's match between AS FAR Rabat and Maghreb Fez. The teams faced each other in the Coupe du Trone round of 16.