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[38] On 14 July 2021, Wydad defeated Mouloudia Oujda 0–2 at the Honneur Stadium to clinch their 21st league title, with three games left in the season, [39] finalist of the moroccan Throne Cup, semi-finalist of the CAF Champions League. [40] Third Champions League title (2022–present)[edit] One day after the club's 85th anniversary, Wydad defeated Atlético Petróleos de Luanda 4–2 on aggregate (3–1 away and 1–1 at home) to advance to their 5th Champions League final and the 3rd one in 6 years. UTS Rabat - Wydad Casablanca 12.12.2023 1 day ago — live updated results, statistics, league tables, video highlights, fixtures and live streaming. Live matches from all football leagues have ... Wydad Casablanca Scores, Stats and Highlights Visit ESPN (UK) for Wydad Casablanca live scores, video highlights, and latest news Al Ahly players celebrate after beating Wydad AC to win the African ... Unlike other clubs like the Racing Casablanca or the Union Sportive Marocaine (USM), the Wydad was composed mostly of Moroccan footballers (10 Moroccan players out of 11 was the maximum allowed by the regulations) and in some way was considered by the supporters Moroccans, a Moroccan national: through sport and Wydad, the Moroccans could symbolically defeat the occupier. This quality was specific to Wydad and no other Moroccan club can boast this status before independence. Yalla Shoot Live - English Yalla Shoot Live Watch English football live with Yalla Shoot Live. Stream UTS Rabat. -. Cairo Time. 19:00. 40:59:55. -. Wydad AC. Unknown ... Fußball heute live | 12.12.2023 | Alle Spiele & Ergebnisse UTS Rabat. UTS Rabat. UTS Rabat · 18:00. heute · Wydad AC. Wydad AC YouTube · TikTok · Snapchat · RSS · Newsletter · TrendMonitor · Impressum · Datenschutz ... [5] Wydad played its first game against defending champion USM Casablanca as part of the first day of the championship in what is a criterion of war in September 1939. This meeting was the first of Wydad ended in defeat with a score of two goals to one. The first scorer was Abdelkader Lakhmiri. During this first season Wydad it was not a championship that was played but a true test of war called cutting war because of the Second World War. The first edition of this competition was played so in the context of the 1939–40 season and ended with a victory for the USM Casablanca facing the new team what Wydad. [8] During the same season they also managed to win a Championship North African football when editing played as mini-league since it was the team with the most points wins the championship, they also won another championship, [9] so it is the first club which has tripled something which nobody has done throughout history. During the following season Wydad fails to succeed on a hat-trick but doubled. It won the Moroccan championship for the third time in its history and a row with a total of more than 57 points, and won the championship of North African football by beating the Athletic Union Muslim Oran on the score 4–0 in Algiers on 28 May 1950. [10] During the 1950–51 season, Wydad continues its momentum by winning the national championship but was beaten in the final of the African Cup North face SC Bel-Abbes on the score 1–0. But Wydad has always missed its finals since 1956 and faces last season's champion Kenitra Athletic Club. The Wydad was beaten with the score of a goal to zero on April 24, 1960, at the Stade d'honneur in Casablanca. The following season, the WAC finished 6th in the Botola classification, and was beaten in the eighth finals of the Morocco Cup against Mouloudia d'Ouejda with the score of 2 goals to 0. In the 1962/63 season, the WAC again finished 6th in Botola, and reached the semi-final of the Morocco Cup eliminated by KAC Marrakech. The following season, WAC was again 6th in Botola, and was a finalist in the Morocco Cup against KAC Marrakech. In the 1964/65 season, the WAC finished in the championship in 5th place, and was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the Cup. The match ends with a score of 1–1, King Mohammed V, Crown Prince Hassan II and WAC founder Mohamed Benjelloun Touimi who are present in this final, decide to give the cup to Mouloudia Oujda. because he scored the first goal. During the following season, the WAC finished vice-champion of Morocco with 69 points, one less than the champion, the Kawkab of Marrakech. The Wydad who was first loses all his points won against the USM Casablanca following the general forfeit of it and also loses in the final of the Morocco Cup against the same opponent of last season on the score of 2 goals to 1. In 2015, Wydad Casablanca ranked the beat “Tifo” in the world by French magazine La Grinta. [53] The "Winners 2005" was voted "World's best ultras" three times, in 2015, 2019, and 2022 by Ultras World magazine. [54] Type of group Name Creation date Ultras group Ultras Winners 2005 13 November 2005 Fans Association Rouge & Blanc 2000 (Dissolved in 2007) Al Bayet Al Ahmar 2002 Tawasoul 2007 Association Anssare Wydad Al Ouma 2010 Statistics and records[edit] First match[edit] • First league match: Wydad 2–0 Stade Marocain (1956–57) • First African match: Wydad 3–1 ASC Police (1987 African Cup of Champions Clubs) • First Arab match: Al-ittifaq 0–2 Wydad (1989 Arab Club Champions Cup) Biggest win[edit] • Biggest league win: Wydad AC 7–0 Hassania Agadir (1958–59) • Biggest cup win: Amal Tiznit 0–5 Wydad AC (2015–16) • Biggest African win: Wydad AC 6–0 Rivers United FC (2022–23 CAF Champions League) • Biggest Arab win: Wydad AC 4–0 Al-wehdat (2008–09 Arab Champions League) Statistics in Botola[edit] • Record number of games won in one season: 23 games (1985–86) • Record number of points in one season: 93 points (1985–86) • Record goals scored in season: 58 goals (1985–86) • Record for lowest number of goals conceded: 8 goals (2002–03) • Record of consecutive games won: 9 games (1990–91) • Record number of most away wins in one season: 14 games (1985–86) • Record for lowest number of draws: 5 games (1986–87) • Record for lowest number of defeats: 1 game (1977–78) Sports records[edit] • Record for most titles in Morocco: 50 • Record for most national titles: 37 • Record for the highest number of titles in the Moroccan Championship: 22 • Record for the highest number of vice-champion titles in the Moroccan Championship: 14 • 2nd highest number of Throne Cup: 9 titles • Record number of finals in the Throne Cup: 15 • Record for the highest number of consecutive seasons in the Moroccan league: 77 • Only to have never left the championship since 1942 • National record number of Champions league finals: 6 • The first team to win the Moroccan league after independence: 1956–57 • The first team to win the Domestic Double (Botola, Throne Cup): 1978 • The first and only Moroccan, Arab and African team to win the Mohammed V Cup: 1979 • The first Moroccan team to win the Arab Club Champions Cup: 1989 • The first and only Moroccan team to win the Arab Super Cup: 1992 • The first Moroccan team to win the Afro-Asian Cup: 1993 • The first and only Moroccan team to win the African Cup Winners' Cup: 2002 Individual sports records[edit] • Largest number of top scorers in the Championship, 17 times with 13 scorers: Chtouki (1948, 1955), Abdesslam (1949), Driss (1950), Khalfi (1951, 1959), Chrif (1978), Mjidou (1984), Nader (1986, 1987, 1989), Fertout (1993), Evouna (2015), Jebor (2017), El Kaabi (2021), Mbenza (2022), Sambou (2023) • Aziz Bouderbala is the player who win the most titles in the Throne Cup: 4 titles • Moussa Ndao is the first foreigner to score in a Throne Cup final: 1989 • Abdelkhalek Saber is the first and only player to score three goals in a Throne Cup final: 1978 • Abdelkhalek Saber is the player who scored the most goals in the Throne Cup finals: 4 goals • Hassan Nader is among the 4 players who achieved the highest number of championship's top scorer: 3 times • Badou Zaki is the only goalkeeper who won the African Ballon d'Or: 1986 Nationalistic connotation of the club[edit] Wydad has embodied the struggle of Moroccan people against the French occupation, so much so that in all the soccer fields of Morocco where Wydad played was encouraged by thousands of fans. 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