- Address: Route Nationale, Marrakesh
- Country: Morocco
- Capacity: 45,000
- Opened: 5 January 2011
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: KACM (football)
Extra stadium info – Grand stade de Marrakech
The construction of the venue lasted seven years. The stadium hosted the 2013 FIFA Club World Cup final, which was won by the German side Bayern München after defeating Raja, the first Moroccan sports club with 1 million followers on its main social media page. 37,000 people attended the match. The Grand stade de Marrakech hosted its second FIFA World Cup final in 2014, which was won by the Spanish side Real Madrid after defeating the Argentine side San Lorenzo. Sergio Ramos García scored the first goal of the match and Gareth Frank Bale scored the second goal of the match.
KACM use the Grand stade de Marrakech for home games. The football club was founded in 1947 and it became the most popular sports club from the city of Marrakesh. They were crowned Moroccan football champions in 1958 for the first time in their history. It was the second edition of the Moroccan top-flight football league. The first edition of the Moroccan top division was won by Wydad. KACM finished second place in the first edition. In 1963, they won the Moroccan cup tournament for football clubs for the first time in their history after beating HUSA.