Association football club in Marseille

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Olympique de Marseille ( french pronunciation : ​ [ ɔlɛ̃pik də maʁsɛj ], locally [ ɔlɛ̃ˈpikə də maχˈsɛjə ] ; Occitan : Olimpic de Marselha, pronounced [ ulimˈpi de maʀˈsejɔ ] ), besides known as OM ( IPA : [ o.ɛm ], locally [ oˈɛmə ] ) or just Marseille, is a french professional men ‘s football club based in Marseille. Founded in 1899, the club plays in Ligue 1 and have spent most of their history in the top tier of french football. The club has won ten official league titles ( nine times in Ligue 1 ), ten Coupes de France and three Coupes de la Ligue. In 1993, coach Raymond Goethals led the team to become the beginning and only french club to win the UEFA Champions League, defeating Milan 1–0 in the final examination, the first after the tournament was updated to the Champions League format. In 2010, Marseille won its foremost Ligue 1 style in 18 years under the management of former club captain Didier Deschamps. [ 4 ]

Marseille ‘s base ground is the 67,000-capacity Stade Vélodrome in the southerly separate of the city, where they have played since 1937. [ 5 ] The club has a big fan-base, having regularly averaged the highest attendance in french football. Marseille ‘s modal home gate for the 2008–09 temper was 52,276, the highest in Ligue 1. [ 6 ] The stadium undergo renovation in 2011, going from its previous capacity of 60,031 to 42,000. Following completion in August 2014, the concluding capacity increased to 67,000 ahead of France ‘s host of UEFA Euro 2016. In 2015, the club was ranked 23rd globally in terms of annual tax income, generating €130.5 million. [ 7 ] Marseille traditionally play in an all-white kit with sky blue detailing. In 1997, Marseille was purchased by Franco-Swiss businessman Robert Louis-Dreyfus. Following his death in 2009, his widow Margarita became the club ‘s majority stockholder in 2010. In 2016, American businessman Frank McCourt bought the club from her, and appointed businessman Jacques-Henri Eyraud as the club president, although he was replaced by Pablo Longoria in 2021. [ 8 ] The clubhouse is presently coached by argentine director Jorge Sampaoli .

history [edit ]

René Dufaure de Montmirail Olympique de Marseille was founded as an omnisport club in 1892 by René Dufaure de Montmirail, a french sports official. Known as Sporting Club, US Phocéenne and Football Club de Marseille in the foremost five years after its foundation, the cabaret adopted the list Olympique de Marseille in 1899 in honor of the anniversary of Marseille ‘s establish by Greeks from Phocaea some 25 centuries earlier, with the mention Olympique, coming from ancient Olympic Games. [ 9 ] At beginning, rugby union was the most important team frolic of the baseball club, the motto Droit au but coming from rugby. Affiliated with the Union des Sociétés Françaises de Sports Athlétiques ( USFSA ) since 1898, it was only in 1902, thanks to English and german people ( according to André Gascard ), that football began to be played by Olympique de Marseille. Richer and better organised than other football teams of Marseille ( Sporting, Stade, Phocéenne ), Olympique de Marseille, then playing at the Stade de l’Huveaune, took the leadership in the city. In 1904, Olympique de Marseille won the first gear Championnat du Littoral, involving opposing teams from Marseille and its suburb, and took part in the final examination rounds of the 11th french backing. At that time, the parole “football” applied to rugby, and people used the word “Association” (which would be soccer in North America) for football .
The team of 1911 During the 1920s, Olympique de Marseille became an important team in France, winning the Coupe de France in 1924, 1926 and 1927. The team won the french championship in 1929, defeating Club français. The Coupe de France in 1924 was the baseball club ‘s first major entitle, won against FC Sète, a side that dominated french football at the clock time. In the ’20s, numerous french internationals, such as Jules Dewaquez, Jean Boyer or Joseph Alcazar, played for Marseille. [ 10 ] In 1930, Marseille lost against Sète, which would be the winner, in the semi-final round. In 1931, the team became champion of the South-East, with victories against rivals such as Sète. In the Coupe de France, l’OM lost in five matches to Club français, winning the second catch that was cancelled ascribable to the disqualification of Marseille striker Vernicke. even though the 1931–32 season was less successful, Marseille easily entered the professional ranks, becoming a member of the union of professional clubs in 1932. On 13 January 1932 at 9:15 phase modulation, at the Brasserie des Sports, Mr. Dard, Mr. Bison, Dr. Rollenstein, Mr. Etchepare, Mr. Leblanc, Mr. Mille, Mr. Anfosso, Mr. Sabatier, Mr. Seze, Mr. Bazat, Mr. Molteroj and Mr. Pollack elected the come committee : honorary presidents : Paul Le Cesne et Fernand Bouisson President : M. Dard Vice-Presidents : Mr. Leblanc, Mr. Bison, Mr. Etchepare, Dr. Rollenstein et Mr. Anfosso general secretary : Mr. Possel-Daydier Treasurer : Mr Bison ( assisted by Mr Ribel ). For the foremost championship, Division 1 was divided into two pools. Marseille finished second gear in the first, behind Lille. For its first match of the championship, Marseille defeated the future supporter, Lille. In 1937, Marseille won its first master french championship thanks to finish remainder (+30 for Marseille, +17 for Sochaux). The arrival of Vasconcellos made the defense potent, whereas former goalkeeper Laurent Di Lorto reflect with Sochaux and France. In the meanwhile, Marseille won the Coupe de France in 1935 and 1938 but failed a double achiever in 1934, due to FC Sète. In 1938, Larbi Benbarek signed with Marseille and became “the black pearl” for the team. World War II would cut his career short. The 1942–43 season was broad of records : 100 goals in 30 matches, including 20 in one meet ( 20–2 against Avignon ), in which Aznar scored nine goals, including the inaugural eight ( Marseille was leading 8–0 ), playing merely 70 minutes. Aznar scored 45 goals in 30 matches, plus 11 in cup games, for a record of 56 goals in 38 matches. With the minots ( young players ) of the consequence ( Scotti, Robin, Dard, Pironti ), Marseille won the cup in two matches against Bordeaux ( 4–0 ). In 1948, thanks to a draw against Sochaux, Marseille became the champions of France. The two last victories at the Stade Vélodrome against Roubaix ( 6–0 ) and Metz ( 6–3 ) were important, as Aznar and Robin ‘s returned in form. In 1952, Marseille were about to be relegated, but Gunnar Andersson saved his team, finishing as top scorer with 31 goals. The team won ( 5–3 ) on sum against Valenciennes. The same year, Marseille lost at the Stade Vélodrome against Saint-Étienne 10–3, but Liberati was injured. In 1953, Gunnar Andersson would take the commemorate of goals scored in one season with 35. Marseille was runner-up in the Coupe de France ( Nice won 2–1 ) in 1954 and the Coupe Drago in 1957 to ( Lens which won 3–1 ). Marseille were struggling at the meter and were relegated for the inaugural time in 1959. From 1959 to 1965, the team played in the second division, except during the 1962–63 season, finishing 20th out of 20 in the first division. In 1965, Marcel Leclerc became president .

1965–1986 : Leclerc era and crisis [edit ]

The first period of Olympique de Marseille ‘s domination of the french League started in the early 1970s under Marcel Leclerc ‘s presidency ( 1965–1972 ). His ambition allowed Marseille to return to the First division in 1965–66. They went on to win the Coupe de France in 1969 vitamin a well as the First division in 1971 with a record of 44 goals by Josip Skoblar, helped by Roger Magnusson. The arrival of Georges Carnus and Bernard Bosquier from Saint-Étienne helped them to win the Ligue 1 and the Coupe de France in 1972. Marseille played in the european Cup in 1971–72 and 1972–73, but were knocked-out by Ajax of Johan Cruyff and Juventus, respectively. however, achiever was not to last. Marcel Leclerc was forced to leave the club on 19 July 1972. The President was a stubborn man, and he threatened the league to withdraw his professional team from Ligue 1 because the federation refused to accept three foreign players per team ( Leclerc wanted to acquire the Hungarian star Zoltán Varga but he had already the maximal number of two foreigners in his team ). Marseille decided, alternatively of following Leclerc against the league, to fire him. [ 11 ] then followed an era of crisis, with Marseille alone winning a Coupe de France in 1976 and being relegated to the second division, where they played with a bunch of new local players : the Minots who allowed the team to return to First division in 1984. Éric Di Meco was one of them .

1986–1996 : Tapie era, bribery scandal, and decline [edit ]

On 12 April 1986, Bernard Tapie became president, thanks to Marseille mayor Gaston Defferre, and promptly built the greatest team seen in France up to that point. His first signings were Karl-Heinz Forster and Alain Giresse, who were bought after the 1986 FIFA World Cup. Tapie signed a large count of highly see players over the adjacent few years in his pastime of the european Cup, such as Jean-Pierre Papin, Chris Waddle, Klaus Allofs, Enzo Francescoli, Abedi Pele, Didier Deschamps, Basile Boli, Marcel Desailly, Rudi Völler, Tony Cascarino and Eric Cantona vitamin a well as appointing high-profile coaches like Franz Beckenbauer, Gérard Gili and Raymond Goethals. Between 1989 and 1992, Olympique de Marseille won four league titles in a row and the french Cup. The team besides reached the Champions Cup final for the beginning time in 1991, losing on penalties to Red Star Belgrade. The highlight of the baseball club ‘s history is winning the new format Champions League in 1993. Basile Boli scored the lone finish against Italy ‘s Milan in the final held in Munich ‘s Olympic Stadium. That triumph was the first gear time always for a french golf club and it made Didier Deschamps and Fabien Barthez the youngest captain and goalkeeper, respectively, to capture the deed. This victory, however, was followed by a decade of decline. In 1994, due to fiscal irregularities and a match-fixing scandal involving then-president Bernard Tapie, they suffered enforced relegation to the second division, where Marseille stayed for two years before returning to the First division. furthermore, they lost their 1992–93 Division 1 claim and the properly to play in the UEFA Champions League 1993-94, the 1993 european Super Cup and the 1993 Intercontinental Cup. This scandal, called l’affaire VA-OM ( VA for Union Sportive Valenciennes-Anzin and OM for Olympique de Marseille ), was exposed by Valenciennes, whose players Jacques Glassmann, [ 12 ] Jorge Burruchaga [ 13 ] and Christophe Robert [ 13 ] were contacted by Marseille player Jean-Jacques Eydelie [ 14 ] to let OM win and, more importantly, not to injure any OM player ahead of the UEFA Champions League final .

1996–2009 : return to success [edit ]

OM won six titles with Didier Deschamps as coach between 2009 and 2011. Marseille returned to the top flight in 1996 with backing from Adidas ‘s CEO Robert Louis-Dreyfus. He chose Rolland Courbis as bus, signed Fabrizio Ravanelli, Laurent Blanc, and Andreas Köpke, and Marseille finished 11th for his return. For the 1998–99 season, the team celebrated their centennial and built a team of stars : Robert Pires, Florian Maurice, and Christophe Dugarry, culminating in a second-place coating in the french backing, behind Bordeaux and an appearance in the UEFA Cup Final in 1999, losing to Parma. Courbis left the team in November 1999 after a poor begin to the season. The closest Marseille got to another trophy was when they reached the UEFA Cup Final in 2004, impressively beating Dnipro, Internazionale, Liverpool, and Newcastle United along the way. But they were beaten in the final by newly crowned spanish champions Valencia and once again fans were forced to continue waiting for the future trophy to come along. In 2005, Marseille succeeded in winning the Intertoto Cup, beating the likes of Lazio and Deportivo de La Coruña in doing sol, and earning another shoot at the UEFA Cup .
In January 2007, there was negotiation between Louis-Dreyfus and Jack Kachkar, a canadian doctor of the church and businessman (CEO of pharmaceutical company Inyx), about selling the club. As Jack Kachkar took besides a lot fourth dimension to buy the team, Louis-Dreyfus decided on 22 March 2007 not to sell to the canadian businessman. [ 15 ] Another close call to glory was in the Coupe de France final examination against Sochaux in May 2007. however, they lost on penalties after a 2–2 draw after extra time, to the disappointment of everyone linked with the club, but they soon wiped all that disappointment aside by qualifying for the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League group stage after securing moment space with one game to spare. In the Champions League, Marseille became the first french team to win at Anfield when they beat 2007 runner-up Liverpool 1–0, and the team took six out of six points from their opening two games. They only drew one more match, and in a winner-takes-all concluding group crippled they lost 4–0 to Liverpool, who became the first English team to win at the Stade Vélodrome. Marseille, coming third in the Champions League Group A, then joined the UEFA Cup. [ 16 ] Marseille finished the 2008–09 season with a second-place finish in Ligue 1, following a tight race with Bordeaux for the title. This earned them direct entrance into the group stages of the UEFA Champions League, their third consecutive season in the competition. Marseille won the 2010 Coupe de la Ligue Final beat Bordeaux 3–1 at the Stade de France in March 2010. This was their first major championship since their Champions League triumph 17 years earlier. Two months later, Marseille won their first league championship for 18 years with two games to spare after beating Rennes 3–1. [ 17 ] [ 18 ] Marseille defeated PSG on penalties to win the 2010 Trophée des Champions at Stade 7 Novembre in Rades, Tunisia, before the temper began. Marseille then became the first base team to win back-to-back Coupe de la Ligue successes when they won the 2011 edition by beating Montpellier 1–0 on 23 April. Before that, they qualified for the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League for the first clock since their historic success, but lost 2–1 at Old Trafford to Manchester United and besides set a Champions League record by thrashing Žilina 7–0 in what was the biggest away win in the competition ‘s history. In 2011, Marseille lost the Ligue 1 championship title but qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the fifth time in a rowing, a club record. On 27 July 2011, Marseille won the 2011 Trophée des Champions title by beating Lille 5–4 at Stade de Tanger in Morocco. The solution was significant as OM were 3–1 down with five minutes to go, lone to embark on a noteworthy rejoinder which saw 5 goals scored in the last five minutes with André Ayew scoring a hat-trick .

2009–2014 : Deschamps, Baup, Anigo [edit ]

The club struggled in the 2011–12 season, going to the bottom of the Ligue 1 table after six matches. Nevertheless, Marseille rebounded, winning 3–0 against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, a good as a 3–0 success over rivals PSG in November of that year. Marseille ended 2011 with a good sequence, besides qualifying for the smasher stages of the Champions League for the second season running. In February 2012, Marseille embarked on 13 games without victory, [ 19 ] but rallied to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the beginning time since winning the rival in 1993. Despite an indifferent club human body, OM lost to eventual finalists Bayern Munich, and slumped to an overall tenth-place finish in Ligue 1. however, the club retained the Coupe de la Ligue for the third base year run, beating Lyon 1–0 in the Final. In the summer of 2012, Deschamps resigned, and late took on the France job. Elie Baup took over, leading the golf club to a storm second-place finish in the 2012–13 temper despite selling multiple key players, including Loïc Rémy, César Azpilicueta and Stéphane Mbia. Marseille returned to the Champions League, spending close to €40 million on the likes of Dimitri Payet, Florian Thauvin and Giannelli Imbula. The club were top of the mesa at the end of August 2013, but OM proceeded to lose all six games in Europe, suffering the shame of becoming the beginning french team, and the biggest european team to date, to have picked up zero points in a Champions League group phase. Baup was sacked on 7 December 2013, following the 1–0 kill to Nantes at Stade Velodrome. He was replaced on an interim basis by José Anigo. In Anigo ‘s brief tenure, OM went out of the two cups, and struggled, leading to continue protests and jeers by fans. The club finished sixth in the 2014 season, missing out on an authoritative european rival place for the first time in ten years. Anigo left the golf club soon after, taking on an ambassadorial/scouting function in North Africa, his first post outside of the city for more than four decades .

2014–2015 : Bielsa era and stagnation [edit ]

Marseille announced on 2 May 2014 an agreement with Marcelo Bielsa, who took the managerial hotseat. Bielsa was the golf club ‘s foremost Argentine coach and the beginning coach to lead the team into the renovate Velodrome, which opened in August with a fixture against Montpellier. In Bielsa ‘s first season in cathexis, the club led the league table for seven months but finished fourth and frankincense qualified for the UEFA Europa League. June 2015 saw three keystone players leave the club— André-Pierre Gignac and André Ayew left the club for Tigres UANL and Swansea City, respectively, after their contracts expired, while Dimitri Payet left to join West Ham United for a €15 million transfer fee. After a solid pre-season, which included a 2–0 win over Juventus in the Robert Louis-Dreyfus Trophy and the touch of nine players, Bielsa resigned from his post, merely minutes after the first Ligue 1 plot of the 2015–16 season against Caen. Marseille lost the game 1–0, and Bielsa shocked the footballing universe with his unexpected decisiveness, citing a lack of trust with the baseball club ‘s management, who he said had reneged on a previously agreed contract extension. Bielsa ‘s departure reportedly left his players in a country of shock, many of whom learnt the news via social media in the dress room. On 19 August 2015, Míchel was announced as Marseille ‘s new passenger car. [ 20 ] He endured a torment season, with OM failing to win a family game in Ligue 1 for more than six months. Following a phone number of poor performances, Míchel was sacked in April by cabaret owner Margarita Louis Dreyfus, citing hapless conduct as the team ‘s coach. The sacking came on the eve of the cabaret ‘s Coupe de France semi-final regular. As in 2015, Passi was installed as the caretaker coach. Under his direction, Marseille reached the Coupe de France concluding for the first time in nine years, losing out 4–2 to rivals Paris Saint-Germain. OM would finish the league temper in 13th, the club ‘s worst league end in 15 years. In the summer of 2016, Marseille once more sold off a number of key players to meet fiscal obligations and to clear its engage placard ahead of an at hand takeover. Steve Mandanda, the club ‘s long-serving captain ended eight years at the club and moved to Crystal Palace, Nicolas N’Koulou moved to Lyon, while striker Michy Batshuayi was sold to Chelsea for a club record €40 million .

2016–present : New ownership and revival [edit ]

Marseille began the 2016–17 Ligue 1 season with interim coach Franck Passi at the helm. On 29 August 2016, it was announced that american english businessman Frank McCourt had agreed to buy the club from Margarita Louis-Dreyfus. [ 8 ] The purchase bargain was completed for a report price rag of €45 million on 17 October 2016. [ 21 ] Within the next few days, McCourt appointed Jacques-Henri Eyraud as the clubhouse ‘s president of the united states, Rudi Garcia as the director of the club ‘s first team and Andoni Zubizarreta as film director of frolic. [ 22 ] On 3 May 2018, Marseille reached the final of the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League after eliminating Red Bull Salzburg in the semi-finals 3–2 on aggregate, 14 years after its last concluding in a european competition in 2004 against Valencia. however, they lost the final to Atlético Madrid. [ 23 ]

In the 2019–20 Ligue 1 season, Andre Villas-Boas became head passenger car. Marseille finished second after the season was ended early due to the coronavirus pandemic, frankincense qualifying for the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2013–14. [ 24 ] In February 2021, after this string of losses, conflict with players, and lack of confirm from sporting director Pablo Longoria and President Jacques-Henri Eyraud, mind coach Andre Villas-Boas offered to resign, three days after a violent rioting by protesting Marseilles fans at the team educate grounds had forced delay of a league match with Rennes. Marseille sacked Villas-Boas, and replaced the coach with Argentine Jorge Sampaoli. The cabaret besides appointed Pablo Longoria to be the team ‘s modern president of the united states, replacing Jacques-Henri Eyraud, as Eyraud had besides been a prey of the wrath of Marseilles fans. [ 25 ]

Le Classique [edit ]

PSG-OM in 2007 Le Classique is a football match that is contested between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique de Marseille. The term Classique is modelled on El Clásico, contested between Barcelona and Real Madrid. Like all the bet on ‘s major rivalries, the antipathy between PSG and Marseille extends outside the pitch. The french clásico has a historic, cultural and social importance that makes it more than just a football game, pitching capital against province, and the traditional wealth and high culture of Paris against the industrial and cosmopolitan traditions of Marseille. however, this competition appears only in the 1990s, where it is promoted by the respective owners of PSG – Canal+, the television impart which broadcast the League 1 football matches – and Olympique de Marseile – Bernard Tapie, besides owner of the sports company Adidas -, for obvious market reasons. It is sometimes seen as ‘the darling son ‘ of french football against its enfants terribles. [ 26 ] [ 27 ] With PSG being located in the north in the french capital and Marseille located along the Mediterranean coast, the competition is often referred to as “the North versus the South.” PSG and Marseille are the alone french clubs to have won european trophies ( besides Lyon ), PSG having won the UEFA Cup Winners ‘ Cup in 1996 and Marseille won the UEFA Champions League in 1993 ( Lyon having won the UEFA intertoto cup in 1997 ), and they were the two prevailing forces before the egress of Lyon at the begin of the twenty-first century. however, despite their recent ups and downs, PSG and Marseille remain fierce rivals, giving this match a special atmosphere. [ 26 ] [ 28 ] “ Le Classique ” is besides known as “ Le Classico ”. [ 29 ]

stadium [edit ]

From 1904 to 1937, Marseille played at the Stade de l’Huveaune. The club were the owner of the venue, unlike their current stadium. L’Huveaune, once named “ Stade Fernand Buisson ” in honor of a former rugby player of the club who became deputee, was renovated at the begin of the twenties, thanks to supporter ‘s fiscal assistant. It had a capacity of 15,000. After 1937, l’OM used this venue under Marcel Leclerc ‘s presidency to compel the city of Marseille to lower the rent of Stade Vélodrome and during the renovation of Vélodrome for Euro 1984, during the 1982/83 temper. The stadium again undergo renovation in fourth dimension for the 1998 World Cup and was transformed into an huge anchor composed of two Curva ends ( Virage Nord and Virage Sud – North Curve and South Curve ) which firm the supporters groups adenine well as the main stand, Jean Bouin, and the inflict Ganay stand. In its last upheaval, the municipality covered the stadium and increased its capacitance to 67,000 to host the Euro 2016 games. Before the startle of each home game the song “ Jump “ by Van Halen is heard. When a goal is scored by Marseille in their home matches the song “ Come with Me “ by Puff Daddy is played .

Kits and crest [edit ]

Marseille ‘s traditional kit out colours were white shirts and shorts with amobarbital sodium socks until 1986. Since 1986, Marseille have played with white shirts, ashen shorts and egg white socks, and the blue color became lighter due to Adidas market but in 2012–2013, the club returned to its master kit, wearing blue socks. Club laminitis René Dufaure de Montmirail drew inspiration from his personal seal, which featured intertwine letters “D” and “M”, to create the club ‘s beginning badge. The club ‘s motto, “Droit au but”, dates from the days when the clubhouse ‘s chief fun was rugby, under the name “Football Club de Marseille”. The master badge featured an flowery letter “M” superimposed over an “ O ”, with the baseball club motto draped across the glyph. The logo persisted for three decades, until 1935, when an art deco shield was adopted, with a childlike “M” encased within the “O”. In 1972, OM redesigned its logo, this time preferring a complex “M” letterform. In 1986, the club re-adopted its foremost badge ; the logo evolved slenderly over the next few decades, gaining a headliner in 1993 to commemorate the club ‘s UEFA Champions League trophy. To commemorate the club ‘s hundredth anniversary in 1999, a discrepancy featuring a golden “O” and a turquoise “M” was used ; a exchangeable hundred-and-tenth anniversary logo was used during the 2009–10 season. The most late form was revealed on 17 February 2004 ; the “O” and “M” are rendered as a unmarried unit in turquoise without shading or borders, and the logo is capped by the golden ace representing the victory in the Champions League and sits above. The cabaret ‘s motto Droit Au But ( french for “ Straight to the Goal ” ) besides rendered in gold appears under the badge .

Supporters [edit ]

OM ‘s supporters in 2007

Virage Nord-Patrice de Peretti [edit ]

The air in the Stade Vélodrome is created by the laterality of OM ‘s own supporters who are housed in the Curva dash ends behind the goals. The North Curve is home to the Marseille Trop Puissant, Fanatics, and Dodgers supporters associations who buy up the tickets at the start of each season and sell them on to their members. The Virage Nord is next to the away enclosure, which is protected by eminent fences. In 2002, the Virage Nord was formally given the name of Patrice de Peretti (1972–2000), the former founder and leader of the supporters group Marseille Trop Puissant. In 2010, the third base kit of Olympique was a tribute to MTP, with the red, jaundiced and k tinge of Africa, symbols of this leftist curva. In 2018, modern owner Frank McCourt and president Jacques-Henri Eyraud decided to exclude the Yankee Nord due to a number of delictuous activities, particularly concerning tickets ; they therefore forbid them to sell the said tickets, and the association is no longer officially recognized by the club .

Virage Sud Chevalier Roze [edit ]

As with the Virage Nord, the South Curve is controlled by garter ‘s associations with the Commando Ultras 1984 and the South Winners dominating the central section and Amis de l’OM and Club Central des Supporteurs filling the remaining sections of the stall. The 2007/08 third shirt of OM was a tribute to South Winners fans whose colours are orange, as they are traditionally left wing fans .

AEK Athens, AS Livorno and Sampdoria [edit ]

There is a potent relationship between AS Livorno, AEK Athens, UC Sampdoria and Marseille. Marseille fans much lift banners and create choreography in support of the boyfriend teams .

Honours [edit ]

Marseille have won the french national backing ten-spot times ; with nine French Ligue 1 titles they are second gear only to Saint-Étienne ‘s sum of ten, and equal to Paris Saint-Germain ( the first championship won by Marseille was in 1929, before the professional era of French football ). [ 30 ] Marseille besides have the irregular best commemorate in the Coupe de France, with ten titles. [ 31 ] Marseille have achieved two championship and cup “ Doubles “, in 1972 and 1989. [ 32 ] They are the entirely french golf club to win the UEFA Champions League, doing so in 1993. [ 33 ]

domestic competitions [edit ]

International competitions [edit ]

Ballon d’Or [edit ]

The pursuit players received the Ballon d’Or award whilst playing for Olympique de Marseille :
Two early early Ballon d’Or winners were hired by Olympique de Marseille : George Weah played for Marseille in 2000–01 after winning the Ballon d’Or in 1995 and Franz Beckenbauer coached the team for six months in 1990 .

european Golden Shoe [edit ]

The following players have won the European Golden Shoe whilst playing for Olympique de Marseille :

UNFP Player of the year [edit ]

The following players have won the UNFP Player of the Year whilst play for Olympique de Marseille :

UNFP Young Player of the class [edit ]

The following players have won the UNFP Young Player of the Year whilst play for Olympique de Marseille :

Players [edit ]

First-team police squad [edit ]

As of 1 November 2021[36]

note : Flags indicate home team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality .

Out on loanword [edit ]

note : Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality .

Reserve police squad [edit ]

As of 26 August 2021[37]

note : Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality .

actor of the season [edit ]

Staff and management [edit ]

stopping point updated : 4 April 2021
Source : [ 1 ] [ 2 ]

References [edit ]

  • Pécheral, Alain (2007). La grande histoire de l’OM. L’Équipe. ISBN 2-916400-07-9.
  • Agnello, Thierry (2008). Droit au but : l’histoire de l’Olympique de Marseille. Hugo Sport. ISBN 978-2-7556-0183-1.

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