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Founded in 2004, the women's section of Olympique Lyonnais is the emblematic football team in France. Jean-Michel Aulas holds the position of president of the women's section in the same position as the men's section. The team wears the same logo as well as the same jerseys as their male peers, including the traditional white with red and blue edging for home matches. The team has been coached by French coach Jean-Luc Vasseur since the summer of 2019, a former coach of the Paris Saint-Germain reserve team and the Stade de Reims.
In their Champions League victory over Barcelona, Ada Hegerberg scored a hat-trick in the final.
During the 2018-19 season, on Division 1 Arkema matchday 10, the two teams played out a draw 1-1 in Jean Bouin, in front of nearly 9,000 spectators, a record for the capital club in D1 Arkema. The Red and Blue then lost in the Rhône-Alpes region by a score of 5-0 on matchay 20, with goals from Hegerberg, Le Sommer, Renard, Marozsan and Van de Sanden.
On November 16th, 2019, the Parisian side travelled to Lyon for Matchday 9. Lyon won at home 1-0 with a header at the first post by Kumagai in the 49th minute.
On August 9th, 2020, the Parisians were defeated by Lyon in the final of the Women French Cup, in Auxerre.
On November 20th, 2020, the Parisians defeated Olympique Lyonnais 1 - 0 at Parc des Princes, thanks to a goal from Marie-Antoinette Katoto. Consecutive to this victory, the Red and Blue took the lead of the table.
At the end of the 2019-20 season, Olympique Lyonnais players were crowned D1 Arkema Champions, ahead of Paris Saint-Germain.
Located in the heart of the Olympique Lyonnais training centre, the main field can accommodate 1,500 spectators in a single side stand. During UEFA Women's Champions League matches, Lyon's players play at the Groupama Stadium, the men's section venue, which has a capacity of 59,186 seats.
Located close to the Groupama Stadium, the Lyon players' stadium is easily accessible by car thanks to the numerous car parks in the surrounding area.