1968–69 Moroccan Throne Cup

The 1968–69 season of the Moroccan Throne Cup was the 13th edition of the competition.

1968–69 Moroccan Throne Cup
CountryMorocco
ChampionsRenaissance de Settat

Renaissance de Settat won the cup, beating KAC Kénitra 2–1 in the final,[1] played at the Stade d'honneur in Casablanca. Renaissance de Settat won the cup for the first time in their history.

TournamentEdit

Last 16Edit

Team 1 Team 2 Result
Renaissance de Settat FAR de Rabat 3–2[2]
TAS de Casablanca Union de Sidi Kacem 2–3
Renaissance de Kénitra Raja Club Athletic 1–2
Nejm Shabab Bidawi Chabab Mohammédia 0–1[3]
Fath Union Sport Racing de Casablanca 2–1
KAC Kénitra Union Sportive de Taza 5–0
Maghreb de Fès Olympic Club de Safi 4–1
CODM Meknès Mouloudia Club d'Oujda 0–1

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Result
Renaissance de Settat Mouloudia Club d'Oujda 1–0
KAC Kénitra Chabab Mohammédia 1 – 0[4]
Maghreb de Fès Raja Club Athletic 0–1
Union de Sidi Kacem Fath Union Sport 1 – 2[4]

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Result
KAC Kénitra Fath Union Sport 3–0
Renaissance de Settat Raja Club Athletic 1–0

FinalEdit

The final took place between the two winning semi-finalists, Renaissance de Settat and KAC Kénitra, on 13 July 1968 at the Stade d'honneur in Casablanca.

Moroccan Throne Cup
Final
Renaissance de Settat2–1KAC Kénitra
[1]

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.goalzz.com/main.aspx?c=1648
  2. ^ match replayed after 1–1 draw
  3. ^ match replayed after 3–3 draw
  4. ^ a b match replayed after 0–0 draw