Raja Casablanca is the only Moroccan club, and the first African and Arabic team to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup. They competed in the first edition that took place in 2000 in Brazil.
Raja has the largest number of supporters in Morocco. During the 2008–2009 season, the ultras of the club wrote, in capital letters, the tifo "VOX POPULI" (meaning 'voice of the people' in Latin).
Raja Casablanca became the first club as the representative of the host nation which made it to the final since 2007 edition, when FIFA increased the number of participating clubs from 6 to 7 by adding the representative from the host nation, as they defeated Clube Atlético Mineiro at the semi-final of 2013 FIFA Club World Cup