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Lille Olympique Sporting Club, or LOSC, was established on September 23rd, 1944, following a merger between two Lille-based football clubs, Sporting Club Fivois and Olympique Lillois, the latter side having claimed the first-ever French League title in 1933. Subsequently, the club would enjoy two successful periods in distinct eras: the first came in the aftermath of World War II, when they secured two league titles and won the French Cup five times between 1946 and 1955. In the years that followed, Les Dogues, beset by financial problems, went through difficult times, suffering relegation to the second division on several occasions and even losing their professional status in 1969. In 1999, the club was privatised and began experiencing success once more, starting with a Ligue 2 BKT in 2000.
Since that promotion, Lille have been a mainstay of the Ligue 1 Uber Eats, winning both the championship and the cup in season 2010/11 and qualifying regularly for the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.
In 2017, Christophe Galtier took charge of team affairs, while entrepreneur Gérard Lopez became the club’s majority owner. At the end of a very promising 2018-19 season, second behind Paris Saint-Germain, LOSC have succeeded in qualifying in the UEFA Champions League. They were able to count on their impressive attack composed of Bamba - Ikoné - Pépé, as well as their master of play Thiago Mendes, and the solidity of José Fonte and Mike Maignan.
The LOSC's best result in the Champions League to date remains a quarter final against Manchester United in the 2006/07 season.
On November 22nd, 2019, Thomas Tuchel’s men have been receiving the Dogues at Parc des Princes as part of Ligue 1 Uber Eats matchday 14. The Parisians have won 2-0 with goals from Mauro Icardi and Angel Di Maria. The Red and Blue have defeated them once again 2 - 0 at Pierre Mauroy Stadium, with two goals from Neymar JR. The Brazilian took the opportunity to pay tribute to NBA star Kobe Bryant, who passed away earlier in the evening, by representing the number 24, one of his famous jerseys number.
On April 23rd, 2016, Paris Saint-Germain beat Lille 2-1 in the final of the League Cup.
Pierre-Mauroy Stadium is unique, being the only French stadium with a completely retractable roof. A hybrid, multifunctional stadium with a capacity of 48,203, it has provided the stage for major sporting competitions such as EuroBasket 2015 and UEFA EURO 2016, and high-profile cultural events like the North Summer Festival. The arena was officially opened on August 17th, 2012, with a match against Nancy.
As far as public transport is concerned, two bus lines and two metro lines stop at the stadium, particularly the yellow line (Villeneuve-d’Ascq Hôtel de Ville stop). You can also make your way to the stadium by bicycle; there are 200 bike parking berths available, as well as 15 kilometres of bike paths in the surrounding area. There are also several car parks within the vicinity of the stadium.