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Olympique Lillois

Olympique Lillois
Olympique Lillois logo
Full name Olympique Lillois
Nickname(s) Les Dogues (the Mastiffs)
Founded 1902 (1902)
Dissolved 1944 (1944) (merged with SC Fives to become Lille OSC)
Ground Stade Henri-Jooris
Ground Capacity 15,000

Olympique Lillois was a French association football club from the city of Lille. Founded in 1902 they merged with SC Fives in 1944 to form Lille OSC.[1]

Honours

Championnat de France

Trophée de France

  • Winner : 1914.

Championnat USFSA

  • Champion : 1914.

Championnat USFSA Nord :

  • Champion : 1911, 1913, 1914.

Championnat DH Nord :

  • Champion : 1921, 1922, 1929, 1931

Coupe Peugeot :

  • Finalist : 1931.

Coaches

[2]

References

  1. ^ Olympique Lillois (1902–1944). Palmares, historique, photos
  2. ^ France – Trainers of First and Second Division Clubs
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