Parc Olympique Lyonnais
The Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium opened on January 9, 2016 in the city of Lyon, making it one of the most modern stadiums in the country. Also known as Grand Stade OL, Parc OL, Stade des Lumières and for sponsorship reasons Groupama Stadium, it has a capacity of 59.000 spectators.
Apart from hosting all Olympique Lyonnais matches, it was also the venue for some matches of Euro 2016 and FIFA Women's World Cup 2019.
Its modern infrastructures also include two hotels, the club's sports facilities, offices and a leisure center. All this makes it one of the most spectacular stadiums in all of France where you can live a different football experience!
350, avenue Jean Jaures 69007
How to get there
Bus: Lines 67, 76, 85.
Train: T3 (Décines Grand Large)
The Olympique Lyonnais, popularly known as Lyon or simply OL, was founded in 1899 although it was not established as a professional club until 1950. Benzemá, Pjanic, Memphis Depay, Juninho, Umtiti, Lacazette, Martial, Malouda or Abidal are some of the most iconic players who have worn Les Gones jersey.
Without a doubt, the most glorious time of the French team was during the period 2000-2012, when the team managed to win 7 consecutive Ligue 1 titles, 7 French SuperCup, 2 French Cup and 1 Ligue Cup.
The eternal rival of Olympique de Lyon is Saint-Étienne, both located in the Rhône-Alpes region and separated by only 50 km. The derby du Rhone is one of the matches that generates the most expectation in Ligue 1, as face each other the most successful French club of the 20th century (St Étienne) against the most successful club of the 21st century (Lyon).
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