The Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) may well consider the partial return of spectators to the stands to attend the Morocco-Burundi match.
For its final qualifying match for the Africa Cup of Nations, the national team, which has already secured its ticket, will meet that of Burundi on Tuesday, March 29, at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Complex in Rabat.
Thus, the FRMF is currently discussing a percentage of spectators, given that the African Football Confederation (CAF), had already counted the presence of part of the public during the 5th day of qualifying.
In addition, the match between Mauritania and Morocco, which ended in a draw, had the presence of around 900 spectators. A total of 12 matches in Africa were played with the presence of some supporters in collaboration with the local authorities.
Some federations have obtained authorization to distribute a limited number of tickets like those of the Central African Republic, Guinea-Bissau, Burkina Faso, Niger, Equatorial Guinea, Mauritania and Burundi.
For the moment, the Atlas Lions are continuing their training, at the end of the meeting with Burundi from 8 p.m. at the Moulay Abdellah Sports Complex in Rabat.