Morocco have taken action in the growth of women’s sport as the Football Federation has given minibuses to all 16 clubs participating in the Moroccan Women’s National League.
The football governing body announced on twitter, “The @FRMOFFICIEL offered each club in LNFF a new minibus to ensure the transport of the women’s teams in good safety conditions.”
🚌الجامعة الملكية المغربية لكرة القدم منحت لكافة فرق البطولة الوطنية الإحترافية لكرة القدم النسوية حافلات صغيرة جديدة لضمان التنقل الآمن لجميع الفرق
— Ligue Nationale de Football Féminin – Maroc (@lnff_maroc) February 24, 2021
The gesture by the association seeks to help the growth of the league and women’s football in the African continent.
Former Banyana Banyana captain and SuperSport TV Football Analyst, Simphiwe Dludlu, congratulated the FA, saying: “Now this is what we call adding value and investing in the growth of women’s football.”
Now this is what we call adding value and investing in the growth of women's football👌 https://t.co/w4Wsf1Juna
In addition to the minibuses, the federation also donated funds to support the newly registered clubs for the benefit of players and technical staff.
Photo Caption: The Morocco Football Federation has given minibuses to all 16 clubs participating in the Moroccan Women’s National League. Photo: Morocco Football Federation (Twitter)