The Moroccan Football Federation has written to Fifa to complain about US territories being allowed to vote to decide the 2026 World Cup hosts.
Morocco are bidding to host the tournament, against a joint proposal from the USA, Mexico and Canada.
Guam, American Samoa, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are able to vote on 13 June, but Morocco claim that is a conflict of interests.
The 2026 World Cup finals will be the first to feature 48 teams.
It is learned that the Moroccan FA first wrote to Fifa on 26 April, explaining that residents of Guam, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands are US citizens while those of American Samoa are US nationals.
It has now asked Fifa to inform the US territories of their inability to vote in order to allow for a fair bidding procedure.
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