Full Name: Olympique Lyonnais Founded: 1899/1950 Ground: Stade de Gerland, Lyon Owner: Jean-Michel Aulas Chairman: Jean-Michel Aulas Manager: Rémi Garde League: Ligue 1 Home Color: white, red and blue Honors: 7 Ligue 1 titles, 5 Coupe de France, 1 UEFA Intertoto Cup Olympique Lyonnais, also known as OL and Lyon for short, is a football club based in Lyon, France. Founded formerly known as Lyon • The club was initially the soccer branch of Lyon Olympique. In 1889, it left the club and set up its own club. However, the official website said the club was formally established in 1950. There are men and women football team in the club.
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Olympique Lyonnais Background and History:
Lyon is one of the most storied clubs in French football, having been a member and participant in its very first league. They had many success stories during this time period but none greater than when they won their inaugural League B title way back before 1951! Before reaching international heights with big wins over top teams like Cannes or PSG (to name two), there were other markers that could be found on a historic path tottering out: making semi-finals appearances in the European cup winners' Cup; advancing twice past finals matches including once winning silverware -
In the late 1990s, Lyon won three consecutive leagues and finally took home their first French top- League Championship in 2002 under Paul Le Guen. They were able to maintain momentum by sweeping four more championships from 2003 to 2005 setting records with each win for tying Saint Etienne's record of five total straight Spanish cups between 1964 & 1968 as well as Marseille’s earlier accomplishment during that same era from 1989 – 1991.
Olympique Lyonnais Highlights (Honor):
In 2007, Lyon became the first team in five major European leagues to win six consecutive league titles. They did so by crushing their opponents with overwhelming force and efficiency - something that would be seen as early adopters of soccer's latest trends around Europe today!
The 2007-08 season was a successful one for Lyon as they successfully defended their league title and achieved an unprecedented seven-game winning streak. However, in 2008/2009 it all came crashing down with the third rank position of Ligue 1 underlining how things can go wrong when you least expect them too!!
Lacazette is a French youth player who made his first-team debut at the age of 19. Since then, he's played more than 250 games in all competitions and scored over 100 goals for Lyon; becoming their top scorer during one season while also winning multiple awards including Ligue 1 Player Of The Year (2014/15). He moved onto Arsenal last year where we've seen him take up residence as they kit out another talented forward with the potential to become even greater things!