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Olympique Lyonnais

Updated on May 29, 2013

Official Name: Olympique Lyonnais

President: Jean-Michel Aulas

Secretary: Marino Faccioli

Press Officer: Olivier Blanc

Coach: Gérard Houllier

Address: Avenue Jean-Jaurès 350 69007 Lyon

Telephone: (+33) 4 2629 6700

Fax: (+33) 4 2629 6723

Uniform: white

Alternative uniform: red

UEFA Intertoto Cup winner: 1997

Ligue 1 Championship winner: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

Tropheé des Champions (Champions' Trophy) winner: 1973, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Coupe des France (French Cup) winner: 1964, 1967, 1973

Ligue 2 Championship winner: 1951, 1954, 1989

Coupe de la Ligue (League Cup) winner: 2001

1899: Foundation of Olimpique Lyon (after the football division split from the sports club Lyon Olimpique)

1920: May New Stadium: Stade de Gerland

1945: New manager: William Duckworth, Promoted to Ligue 1

1946: Relegated to Ligue 2

1950: New manager: Oscar Heisserer

1951: Ligue 2 Championship winner

1954: New manager: Julien Darui, Ligue 2 Championship winner, Promoted to Division 1

1955: New manager: Lucien Troupel

1959: New manager: Gaby Robert

1961: New manager: Manuel Fernandez

1962: New manager: Luvien Jasseron

1963: Coupe des France finalist

1964: Coupe des France winner

1966: New manager: Louis Hon

1967: Coupe des France winner

1968: New manager: Aimé Mignot

1971: Coupe des France finalist

1976: New manager: Aimé Jacquet, Coupe des France finalist

1973: Tropheé des Champions winner, Coupe des France winner

1980: New manager: Jean- Peirre Destrumelle

1981: New manager: Vladimir Kovacevic

1983: Relegated to Ligue 2

1987: New president: Jean -Michel Aulas, New manager: Dennis Papas/Marcel Le Borgne

1985: New manager: Robert Nouzaret

1982: New manager: Robert Herbin

1988: New manager: Raymond Domenech, Ligue 2 Championship winner, Promoted to Ligue 1

1993: New manager: Jean Tigana

1995: New manager: Guy Stéphan

1996: Coupe de la Ligue finalist

1997: New manager: Bernard Lacombe/José Broissart, UEFA Intertoto Cup winner

2000: New manager: Jacques Santini

2001: Coupe de la Ligue winner

2002: New manager: Paul Le Guen, Ligue 1 Championship winner, Tropheé des Champions winner

2003: Ligue 1 Championship winner, Tropheé des Champions winner

2004: Ligue 1 Championship winner, Tropheé des Champions winner

2005: New manager: Gérard Houllier, Ligue 1 Championship winner, Tropheé des Champions winner

2006: Ligue 1 Championship winner, Tropheé des Champions winner

2007: New manager: Alain Perrin, Ligue 1 Championship winner, Coupe de la Ligue finalist

2008: New manager: Claude Puel

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