Lille's matches at Stade de France
About the Lille football team
The Lille football club is better known as LOSC or Lille Olympique Sporting Club. This French club is also nicknamed the Nordistes, the Lillois, or the Dogues. The club was established in September 1944 in Lille.
The headquarters of the Lille club, with comprehensive facilities, are located at the Domaine de Luchin. The club plays at the 50,157-seater Pierre-Mauroy stadium. The current Chairman of LOSC is Michel Seydoux. Since 2015, the Lille professional players have been trained by the former French player, Frédéric Antonetti. The club's current logo, created in 2012, consists of the words LOSC Lille, a fleur de Lys, a mastiff and a flame. The logo also sports the club's three colours, namely, white, blue and red. The Dogues have won three French championships and six French Cups, the last of which was won in a LILLE Match at Stade de France in 2011. Internationally, the club won the Intertoto Cup in 2004. The history of LOSC has been marked by several iconic Nordistes, such as Jean Baratte, André Stappe or Gérard Bourbotte. Currently, the professional team consists of renowned players such as Rio Mavuba and Marvin Martin.
Lille's previous matches at Stade de France
December 2014RC Lens/LOSC
Lille played RC Lens at Stade de France on 7 December 2014. In this game from round 17 of Ligue 1, the Dogues finished the game with a draw and a 1-1 score.
LOSC and PSG played in the final of the 94th French Cup, held on 14 May 2011 at Stade de France. The club from Lille won the cup with a final score of 1-0.
On 7 March 2009, during a LILLE Match at Stade de France, the Lille club won the match against Olympique Lyonnais. The two teams were separated by a score of 2-0 in favour of the Dogues during the 72nd French championship.