Nine new stadiums are planned, including a 93,000-capacity home for the national team in Casablanca that would stage the opening game and final in 2026.
In addition five "legacy modular stadiums", which could be downscaled after the tournament, have been proposed for Marrakech, El Jadida, Meknes, Nador and Ouarzazate.
Used for the first time in global competition at the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation a year ago, Infantino stressed at the time the need for "continuing tests" but insisted that its use would make football a fairer game.
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"Our handsome and welcoming nation offers players and fans something very special with just one time zone, one currency and all host cities are within a 550km radius from Casablanca, meaning limited travel and simple logistics".
"All host cities are also all located within an hour's drive of an airport, so players and fans need only focus on the one thing that matters most - football".
At a press conference in Casablanca, the president of the Moroccan candidacy, Moulay Hafid Elalamy, gave details of his country's plans as it attempts for the fifth time to host the World Cup.
Ifab is the governing body that determines the rules of association football, with 50 percent of the organisations votes held by the football associations in the United Kingdom, while the other 50 percent are controlled by Fifa. A high-risk bid can be disqualified before the FIFA Congress votes on June 13.
Financially officials in charge of the bid claim that a Moroccan World Cup would need a total of $15.8 billion in investments: $9.6 billion of the budget would be allocated to what the bid calls "pre-planned" public investment while $3.2 billion would be needed for a private-sector hotel investment.