Olympique Lillois

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Olympique Lillois
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Full nameOlympique Lillois
Nickname(s)Les Dogues (The Mastiffs)
Founded1902;121 years ago (1902)
Dissolved1944;79 years ago (1944) (merged with SC Fives to become Lille OSC)
Ground Stade Henri-Jooris

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]



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