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Established
1950 (72 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Groupama Stadium
(59,186 Capacity)

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Location
Lyon, France

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League
French Ligue 1

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Upcoming Events
19 Aug 22 Lyon   -  Troyes
28 Aug 22 Stade de   -  Lyon
31 Aug 22 Lyon   -  Auxerre
04 Sep 22 Lyon   -  Angers
11 Sep 22 Monaco   -  Lyon

Latest Results
14 Aug 22 Lorient  P - P  Lyon
05 Aug 22 Lyon  2 - 1  Ajaccio
30 Jul 22 Inter  2 - 2  Lyon
24 Jul 22 Feyenoord  0 - 2  Lyon
23 Jul 22 Willem II  5 - 0  Lyon

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Olympique Lyonnais (commonly referred to as simply Lyon, or OL) (Euronext: OLG) is a French association football club based in Lyon. It plays in France's highest football division, Ligue 1. The club was formed as Lyon Olympique Universitaire in 1899, according to many supporters and sport historians, but was nationally established as a club in 1950. The club's most successful period has been the 21st century. The club won its first ever Ligue 1 championship in 2002, starting a national record-breaking streak of seven successive titles. Lyon has also won a record seven Trophée des Champions, five Coupe de France titles and three Ligue 2 Championships.

Lyon has participated the UEFA Champions League 12 times, and during the 2009–10 season, reached the semi-finals of the competition for the first time after three previous quarter-final appearances. Olympique Lyonnais plays its home matches at the 40,500-seat Stade de Gerland in Lyon. In 2015/2016, their new stadium will be ready, tentatively named OL Land, in Décines-Charpieu, a suburb of Lyon. The club's home colours are white, red and blue. Lyon was a member of the G14 group of leading European football clubs and are founder members of its successor, the European Club Association.

Olympique Lyonnais is one of the popular clubs in France. About 11% of the country's population support the club. Lyon shares this number with Paris Saint-Germain and trails only Olympique de Marseille. The club's nickname, Les Gones, means "The Kids" in Lyon's regional dialect of Arpitan. The chairman of Lyon is Jean-Michel Aulas and the club is managed by Hubert Fournier. Olympique Lyonnais also has a successful women's football team having won its league a record nine times. The women's team has also won three Challenge de France titles and the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2011 and 2012.

Team Members
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Samuel
Umtiti
#23


Anthony
Martial
#9


Alexandre
Lacazette
#9


Hugo
Lloris
#1


Jeremy
Pied
#26


Dejan
Lovren
#6


Rachid
Ghezzal
#18


Michel
Bastos



Yassine
Benzia
#10


Milan
Bisevac



Mouhamadou
Dabo



Gueida
Fofana



Yoann
Gourcuff



Clement
Grenier



Sidy
Kone



Arnold
Mvuemba



Mohamed
Yattara



Thimothee
Kolodzieczak



Lamine
Gassama
#20


Alassane
Pléa
#14


Bafetimbi
Gomis
#18


Nabil
Fekir
#8


Maxime
Gonalons



Houssem
Aouar
#8


Rayan
Cherki
#18


Maxence
Caqueret
#25


Kim
Kallstrom



Hamza
Rafia
#50


Clinton
N
#9


Mehdi
Zeffane
#18


Bradley
Barcola
#26


Samuel
Moutoussamy
#18


Gaetan
Perrin
#10

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Parc Olympique Lyonnais, known for sponsorship reasons as Groupama Stadium and in some competitions as Stade de Lyon or Grand Stade de Lyon, is a 59,186-seat stadium in Décines-Charpieu, in the Lyon Metropolis. The home of French football club Olympique Lyonnais, it replaced their previous stadium, Stade de Gerland, in January 2016.

The stadium was a host of UEFA Euro 2016, and was also chosen to stage the 2017 Coupe de la Ligue Final and the 2018 UEFA Europa League Final, in addition to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup and football at the 2024 Summer Olympics. Outside football, the ground has also held rugby union and ice hockey matches, as well as musical concerts.

The Stade de Gerland is listed as a Category three stadium by UEFA's standards and has hosted matches for the 1972 Rugby League World Cup, UEFA Euro 1984, the 1998 FIFA World Cup, and the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

The stadium has hosted concerts by many famous artists, including The Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Pink Floyd and Genesis.

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