Olympique De Marseille

The women's section of the Olympique de Marseille as we know it today was created in 2011 under the direction of their coach Christophe Parra, who still holds the position to this day. The Olympiennes then went on to win season after season, including a Division 2 title, won in 2016. 

During the 2018/2019 season, the women of Marseille confirmed themselves, meeting after meeting, as a serious candidate for the move to Division 1 Arkema. Best attack and defense of her group, they validated their accession on the last day and their victory 3 - 0 against Croix Savoie Ambilly. For their return to the elite of the French championship, their objective will be to maintain themselves and thus become part of the best national teams in the long term. 


Olympique de Marseille

More on Olympique de Marseille Women below

Previous encounters

Paris SG - Olympique de Marseille

In the 2017-18 season, the Parisian women had won twice, scoring 4 goals in the first leg and 5 goals in the second match in Marseille..

This season, the Red and Blue have defeated them 5 - 0 at the OM Campus on Matchday 7, with two goals from Marie-Antoinette Katoto.

In the return match at the Jean Bouin stadium, the Red and Blue won 11 goals to 0 against the Olympians on Matchday 13 of the Division 1 Arkema Championship thanks in particular to a hat-trick from Diani and one from Katoto.

Did you know?

During the 2015-2016 season, the year of their single victory on Division 2, they made an incredible season, with 22 victories on 22 encounters and the best defence of the championship. Moreover, they won their last nine games. 

This year, they are promoted to Division 1, alongside FC Metz and FC Grirondins de Bordeaux.

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Caroline Pizzala

Born on November 21st, 1987, in Marseille, Caroline Pizzala began her career in 1994 at the Marseille Sud Roy club in Spain before joining ASPTT Marseille. In 2001, she joined the Celtic team, with whom she played her first first first team game in the 2003-2004 season. After many years in her hometown, Caroline joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2007. During her time at PSG, she was vice-champion of France in 2011, 2013 and 2014 as well as finalist of the French Cup in 2014. She returned to OM and won the title of vice-champion of France Division 2 2019.

A French international, she began with the young teams from the age of 19 to 21 before obtaining her first senior selection in 2007, where she was selected during the match against the Netherlands.


Olympique de Marseille official squad

Olympique de Marseille's squad against Paris Saint-Germain on Matchday 13 (January 19, 2020) :

Joly - Cardia, Lamarque, Pizzala (cap.), Conesa (Maetz, 46e) - Altunkulak, Sumo, Gherbi (Hamidou, 73e), Coton-Pelagie (Zahot, 59e), Laplacette - Salomon

OM Campus

Located on the site of the Paul Le Cesne stadium, the OM Campus is the training centre for women's, youth and training teams. With a surface area of 37,000 m2, the centre consists of three fields, two of which are approved for national competitions. In particular, it can accommodate 500 people. 


92 rue Jules Isaac

13009 Marseille


Located in the southern outskirts of Marseille, in the Mazargues district, OM Campus is accessible by public transport via buses 47, 521 and B1, at the Michelet Blanc stop. With the various car parks on campus, the Marseille women's field is easily accessible by car.

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