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KACM de Marrakech
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Basic data
Name Kawkab Athletic Club de Marrakesh
Seat Marrakech
Foundation 20. September 1947
Colours Red-White
First football team
Venue Stade de Marrakech
Places 45.240
League 2
2017/18 14. Place
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The Kawkab Athlétique Club de Marrakech, or abbreviated KACM (Arabic.نادي الكوكب المراكشي, DMG Nādī l-Kaukab al-Marrākušī), is a Moroccan football club based in Marrakech.

Founded in 1947, the club currently plays in the second Moroccan league. They have won the league title twice and have reached the Moroccan Cup final six times in eight appearances. Their greatest success came in 1996, when they won the CAF Cup Winners’ Cup.

Presidents

  • Driss Benchekroun
  • Mohammed Talbi
  • M’hamed Chraibi
  • Abdelkader Edjoudi
  • Lahlou Taïb
  • Nasser El Fassi
  • Abdeljalil Bouziane
  • Abou Faris
  • Laâbidi Miloud
  • Lhachmi Layadi
  • Bourziq Abdelaziz
  • Tahar El Khalej
  • Rachid Benrami
  • Fouad El Ouarzazi

Successes

Historic jersey
  • Moroccan Championship: 1958, 1992
  • Moroccan runner-up: 1957, 1963, 1987, 1988, 1998, 1999
  • Moroccan Cup:
  • Winner: 1963, 1964, 1965, 1987, 1991, 1993
  • Finalist: 1962, 1997
  • CAF Cup: 1996

Known players

Ahmed Bahja, Taher Lakhlej, Adil Ramzi, Youssef Mariana, Krimo, Moulay Lhssen, Elkhaldi, Elmensouri, Elchawi, Lchheb, Chakib Benzoukane, Hicham Dmiai.

Other sports

Handball

  • Moroccan Championship: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997
  • Moroccan Cup:
  • Winner: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994

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