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The world of women’s soccer witnessed an electrifying display of talent, determination and unity when the Atlas Lionesses burst onto the world stage at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in New Zealand and Australia. Morocco’s national women’s soccer team, affectionately known as the “Atlas Lionesses”, embarked on a historic journey that left an indelible mark on the tournament. In this article, we take a look at the Lionesses’ impressive performances, their remarkable journey, their most outstanding players and the impact they have had on women’s soccer in Morocco and beyond.

the Atlas Lionesses

A historic journey of The Atlas Lionesses :

The Women’s World Cup 2023 marked a milestone for the Atlas Lionesses, who made their first appearance in the tournament. This success is the culmination of 3 years of dedication and investment in women’s soccer in Morocco, albeit in a short space of time, but it has taught us a lesson in the perseverance and hard work that can lead to a more than esteemed perfect result. The team’s entry into the tournament not only showcased their talent, but also underlined the growing inclusion and recognition of women’s sport around the world.

The Atlas Lionesses showed remarkable unity and resilience throughout the tournament. Despite a tough group, they showed exceptional teamwork and determination on the pitch, winning the hearts of fans around the world. With back-to-back victories over Asian Cup finalists South Korea and Copa America finalists Colombia, the Moroccan players picked up six points from three matches to qualify for the Round of 16 as runners-up in Group H, behind Colombia.

Yesterday, August 08, 2023, Les Lionnes de l’Atlas were eliminated from the 2023 World Cup after losing to France 4-0 at Adelaide’s Hindmarsh Stadium in the Round of 16.

The goals were scored by Kadidiatou Diani (15th), Kenza Dali (20th) and Eugénie Le Sommer (23rd and 70th).

An impact on women’s soccer:

The tournament also revealed emerging talents in moroccan women’s national team who caught the eye of scouts and fans alike. The young players showed off their skills, pointing to a promising future for women’s soccer in Morocco, especially for clubs and player training centers.
The Atlas Lionesses have broken stereotypes and defied traditional norms by taking part in a global tournament such as the 2023 World Cup. Their presence was a powerful reminder that gender or religion should never be an obstacle to achieving great things.

The Atlas Lionesses have earned respect and admiration on the international stage, raising the profile of women’s soccer in the country. Their performances have highlighted the potential of African teams, contributing to the growth and diversity of the sport.

And we, as a Moroccan-Spanish soccer agency KM GESTION SPORT, are always working to encourage women’s soccer in Morocco as well as throughout Africa, and to find them the best opportunities in Europe to develop their careers and become idols for their country in major competitions such as the World Cup of women’s soccer. we also do sports management of male and female players taht want to developp their professional career in Football, also we work on other projects to improve the level of soccer in all the Africa, (you can clic here and see all our activities in Africa)

moroccan women’s national team can be proud of their performance at the 9th edition of the Women’s World Cup taking place in Australia and New Zealand, said former Moroccan international Abdelkrim Merry Krimau on Tuesday. “Even if they failed to qualify for the quarter-finals, the Atlas Lionesses should be proud of what they did for the country, for the jersey and for the national team.

The Atlas Lionesses of Morocco have left an indelible mark on the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in New Zealand and Australia. Their historic journey, outstanding performances and lasting impact on women’s soccer have not only enhanced their own reputation, but also inspired a generation of young athletes.


Agence KmSport - Africa


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