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Morocco’s 2023 Club World Cup opening ceremony wins best ceremony at Heavent Awards 2024

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The opening ceremony of the FIFA Club World Cup 2023, hosted in Morocco, was crowned the best ceremony at the Heavent Awards 2024, held in Cannes, France this week.

Chosen by the Heavent Awards organization, the ceremony, organized by the Ministry of Youth, Culture, and Communication, stood out among other nominations for opening ceremonies of international sporting events, ultimately receiving the prestigious award for best ceremony.

In a statement released by the Ministry, this global recognition celebrates “Moroccan talent and creativity, which led to the production of an internationally acclaimed opening ceremony.” It underscores “Morocco’s capability to effectively host major global events across all domains.”

The event, held at the Stade Ibn Battouta in Tangier, captivated audiences worldwide with “its unique artistic performances, showcasing Morocco’s heritage and its global outlook,” highlighted the press release.

Paying homage to the renowned Moroccan explorer Ibn Battouta, a symbol of cultural exchange and connectivity between peoples, the ceremony commemorated his travels, which played a pivotal role in Morocco’s engagement with the wider world. Moroccan folk troupes delivered artistic performances, reflecting the depth and authenticity of the country’s heritage.

A special tribute was also dedicated to the daughter of football icon Pelé, with a special appearance by Morocco’s head coach Walid Regragui.

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