| Fez, Morocco|
| (1986-06-16) 16 June 1986 (age 29)|
Jeunesse Sportive de Massira
Morocco national football team (Forward), Raja Casablanca (#11 / Forward)
Abdelilah Hafidi, Mohamed Oulhaj, Yassine Salhi, Khalid Askri, Ismail Belmaalem
Hamza Abourazzouk Wikipedia
Hamza Abourazzouk (born 16 June 1986) is a Moroccan footballer. He currently plays as a striker for Moghreb Athletic Tétouan. He played for Morocco in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification round, scoring against Côte d'Ivoire in the first match.
Abourazzouk formed Wydad Casablanca and goes through the junior before being refused turned pro by the leader of Wydad Casablanca and from southern Morocco to the Youth of El Massira.
Abourazzouk began his professional football career in 2007 with the club from the youth of El Massira that in the first division. He plays with it until 2009 or for two seasons.
Abourazzouk won three major titles with the Maghreb Fez: CAF Cup, Throne Cup, and the CAF Super Cup in his three years there.
In 2012, he joined Raja Casablanca.
Maghreb Fez Botola Vice-Champion: 2011
Tournament Antifi Winner in 2011
CAF Confederation Cup Winner in 2011
Throne cup Winner: 2011 Finalist: 2010
CAF Super Cup Winner: 2012
Arab Cup Winner 2012International goals