1967–68 Moroccan Throne Cup

The 1967–68 season of the Moroccan Throne Cup was the 12th edition of the competition.

1967–68 Moroccan Throne Cup
CountryMorocco
ChampionsRacing de Casablanca

Racing de Casablanca won the cup, beating Raja de Casablanca 1–0 in the final,[1] played at the Stade d'honneur in Casablanca. Racing de Casablanca won the title for the first time in their history. It was also the first final to be a derby, where both clubs come from the same city.

TournamentEdit

Last 16Edit

Team 1 Team 2 Result
Wydad Athletic Club FAR de Rabat 1–1
7–8 (pens)
Racing de Casablanca Moghreb de Tetouan 2 – 1[2]
Stade Marocain Maghreb de Fès 1–0
Renaissance de Berkane Mouloudia Club d'Oujda 0–2
TAS de Casablanca Union de Sidi Kacem 1–1
4 – 2 (pens)
Raja Club Athletic Raja de Beni Mellal 2–0[3]
KAC Kénitra Renaissance de Settat 2–4[4]
Chabab Mohammédia Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi 2–0[3]

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Result
Raja Club Athletic Stade Marocain 3–2[4]
Renaissance de Settat FAR de Rabat 2–0
Mouloudia Club d'Oujda Racing de Casablanca 1–2
TAS de Casablanca Chabab Mohammédia 0–1

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Result
Renaissance de Settat Racing de Casablanca 0–1
Chabab Mohammédia Raja Club Athletic 0–1

FinalEdit

The final took place between the two winning semi-finalists, Racing de Casablanca and Raja de Casablanca, on 14 July 1968 at the Stade d'honneur in Casablanca.

Moroccan Throne Cup
Final
Racing de Casablanca1–0Raja de Casablanca
Report

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.goalzz.com/main.aspx?c=1646
  2. ^ match replayed after a 2–2 draw
  3. ^ a b match replayed after a 0–0 draw
  4. ^ a b match replayed after a 1–1 draw