|Date||R||Domácí vs Hosté||-|
|07/05 17:00||30|| HUSA Agadir vs Ittihad Tanger ||0-0|
|07/04 17:00||30|| WAC Casablanca vs FUS Rabat ||1-2|
|07/04 17:00||30|| OC Safi vs JS Soualem ||0-0|
|07/04 17:00||30|| Youssoufia Berrechid vs RSB Berkane ||0-4|
|07/03 17:00||30|| Rapide Oued Zem vs Difaa El Jadida ||0-1|
|07/03 17:00||30|| SC Chabab Mohammedia vs Mouloudia Oujda ||0-3|
|07/02 17:00||30|| MAS Fes vs Raja Casablanca ||0-0|
|07/02 17:00||30|| FAR Rabat vs OC Khouribga ||1-0|
|06/29 19:30||29|| RSB Berkane vs SC Chabab Mohammedia ||3-1|
|06/29 19:30||29|| OC Khouribga vs OC Safi ||1-4|
|06/29 17:00||29|| Raja Casablanca vs FAR Rabat ||2-1|
|06/29 17:00||29|| Mouloudia Oujda vs WAC Casablanca ||2-2|
The Botola Pro (Arabic: البطولة الاحترافية, romanized: al-buṭūla l-iḥtirāfiyya), is a Moroccan professional league for men's association football clubs. At the top of the Moroccan football league system, it is the country's primary football competition.
The Botola Pro is a corporation in which the 16 member clubs act as shareholders, Seasons run from August to May, with teams playing 30 matches each (playing each team in the league twice, home and away) totaling 240 matches in the season. Most games are played in the afternoons of Saturdays and Sundays, the other games during weekday evenings. It is sponsored by Inwi and thus known as the Botola Pro Inwi. From 2015 to 2019, the league was called Botola Maroc Telecom for sponsorship reasons.
The competition formed as the FRFM on 20 February 1992 following the decision of clubs in the Botola Pro to break away from the UNAF, which had been founded in 1911, and take advantage of a lucrative television rights deal. This deal is worth 55 million MAD a year domestically as of 2015–16, with Arryadia securing the domestic rights to broadcast games respectively. The league generates 123 million MAD per year in domestic and international television rights.
The current champions are Wydad AC who won the title in 2021–22 season.
The first edition of the Moroccan Football League under the Royal Moroccan Football Federation took place in 1956–57, soon after Morocco became an independent country.