Lyon's matches at Stade de France
About the Lyon football team
OL, or its full name of Olympique Lyonnais, is a French football club. Lyon also has nicknames such as the Rhodaniens, the Gones or the Red and Blues.
The French club, with its headquarters in the Gerland district of Lyon, was founded in 1950. OL obtained its professional status the same year. The teams, which train at the Tola Vologe centre, play in the Parc Olympique Lyonnais. The Lyon club has played in Ligue 1 since 1989 and the French businessman, Jean-Michel Aulas, has been its Chairman since 1987. Currently and since 2015, the professional team has been coached by former French player, Bruno Génésio. A lion, characteristic of the city, the words Olympique Lyonnais and the OL symbol make up the club's current logo. It has also chosen three colours, white, red and blue, to identify itself. As for its record, the Lyon club was French champion for seven consecutive years, from 2002 to 2008. It also has to its credit, among other things, the League Cup and five French Cups, of which the last two were won during a LYON Match at Stade de France. Karim Benzema, Bernard Lacombe, Raymond Domenech and Fleury Di Nallo are among the iconic players of Olympique Lyonnais.
Lyon's previous matches at Stade de France
April 2014Olympique Lyonnais/Paris Saint Germain PSG
On 19 April 2014, Stade de France hosted an encounter between Olympique Lyonnais and Paris Saint Germain in the final of the League Cup for the 2013/2014 season. At the end of the match, Lyon succumbed to the Parisians with a final score of 1-2.
April 2012Olympique Lyonnais/US Quevilly
Olympique Lyonnais and Union Sportive Quevillaise were the finalists in the 95th French Cup, which took place on 28 April 2012. During the LYON Match at Stade de France, the Rhodaniens added their fifth French Cup to their list. The two teams were separated by a final score of 1-0.