Moghreb Tetouan win Moroccan title to claim Club World Cup place

The Club World Cup trophy

Moghreb Tetouan clinched the Moroccan league title on Sunday and with it a place at December's Club World Cup, as champions of the host nation.

They won the title thanks to victory over Renaissance Berkane in their final match of the season as closest rivals Raja Casablanca lost to Olympique Safi.

Tetouan finished three points ahead of defending champions Raja.

Raja were runners-up at the 2013 Club World Cup losing 2-0 to European champions Bayern Munich of Germany.

The newly-crowned European champions Real Madrid of Spain, the north and central American champions Cruz Azul of Mexico and Oceania's Auckland City of New Zealand also have qualified.

They will be joined by the champions of South America, Asia and Africa.

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