Morocco launches fifth bid to host World Cup

Football fever in the country has never been higher.

    Morocco is making its fifth bid to host the World Cup.

    The government has big plans to invest $16bn in infrastructure and preparations if they win the bid.

    Football fever in the country has never been higher, and all eyes are on the national team playing in this year's tournament in Russia.

     

    Al Jazeera's Abdelmounim El Amrani reports from Rabat.


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