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Founded in 1899, Marseille are one of the French League’s most iconic clubs, boasting a remarkable history, a long line of gifted players who have worn their traditional colours of white and blue with pride, and an impressive list of trophies lifted over the past century. To date, the club has won 9 Ligue 1 Uber Eats titles, 10 French Cup, 3 League Cup and 1 UEFA Champions League in 1993.
Since the beginning of the 1990s, Marseille have been regarded as Paris Saint-Germain’s principal domestic rivals: when the two clubs lock horns in the unmissable Classique, the motivation to win is even stronger than usual, for players and fans alike.
On May 28th, 2019, Olympique de Marseille announced the name of tis new coach for the coming season: André Villas-Boas, former coach of Chelsea, Zenit Saint-Petersburg and FC Porto. At the end of the 2019-20 season, the club finished 2nd in the ranking, behind Paris Saint-Germain, ensuring its qualification for the next Champions League. The club is part of Group C, including Manchester City, Olympiakos and FC Porto.
In the 1992-93 Champions League final against AC Milan, Basile Boli scored the unique goal on Abedi Pele's corner.
André Villas-Boas's men were travelling to Parc des Princes on Sunday, October 27th, 2019, for the Classique in Ligue 1 Uber Eats. The Parisians have won 4-0 with two goals from Mauro Icardi and Kylian Mbappe.
Defeated by Marseille on 2020-21 Ligue 1 Uber Eats matchday 3, the Red and Blue had not been defeated by Olympique de Marseille since the 2011-12 season.
On January 13th, 2021, at Lens, the Parisians won the 10th Supercup of their history, defeating Olympique de Marseille 2 - 1. For his 300th match with the Red and Blue, Marquinhos made a stunning performance during this Classico.
Icardi and Neymar scored to win the 10th Supercup of the history of the club, on January 13th, 2021.
Opened in 1937, Stade Vélodrome is Marseille’s emblematic arena, the stage for several memorable matches that have left an imprint on the history of the club. Prior to UEFA Euro 2016, held in France, the stadium underwent significant refurbishment and modernisation, which increased its capacity from 60,000 to nearly 67,000. On April 26th, 2018, during their Europa League semi-final with Salzburg, Marseille set a new record attendance of 62,312. That twelfth man helped Les Phocéens to record a key 2-0 win, during which France international Florian Thauvin scored.
Located in the centre of the city, the stadium can be accessed via the Sainte-Marguerite Dromel and Rond-Point du Prado stops of metro line M2, as well as by bus. You can also get to Stade Vélodrome by car; there are a number of car parks within the immediate vicinity.