Olympique de Marseille or simply Marseille, is once again expected to challenge for another Ligue 1 title this year.
Marseille play their football at the 60,000-seater Stade Vélodrome which it moved to in 1937. The stadium filled regularly by the impressive L’OM fans and is said to have one of the best atmospheres in the league. Every time Marseille score a goal at the Stade Vélodrome, the song Come with Me by Puff Daddy is played.
The club’s colours are light blue and white but Marseille are renowned for their eccentric designs on their away and alternative kits.
Marseille have an impressive trophy record and they are the only French club to have ever won the Champions League, which they won in 1993. The club has also won nine Ligue 1 titles, most recently in 2010. They hold a record of ten Coupe de la Ligue titles, making them one of the most successful teams in French football history.
We have tickets to all of Marseille’s big games this season and if you have never been to the Stade Vélodrome, check out the seating chart and our directions below:
Marseille Schedule 2019-20
4 dec: Angers- Marseille – Buy Marseille Tickets
7 dec: Marseille- Bordeaux – Buy Marseille Tickets
14 dec: Metz- Marseille – Buy Marseille Tickets
21 dec: Marseille- Nimes – Buy Marseille Tickets
1 feb: Bordeaux- Marseille – Buy Marseille Tickets
5 feb: Saint-Etienne- Marseille – Buy Marseille Tickets
8 feb: Marseille- Toulouse – Buy Marseille Tickets
15 feb: Lille- Marseille – Buy Marseille Tickets
22 feb: Marseille- Nantes – Buy Marseille Tickets
29 feb: Nimes- Marseille – Buy Marseille Tickets
Directions To Stade Vélodrome
Address: Stade Vélodrome, 3, Boulevard Michelet, 13008 Marseille
From the airport:
Take the A55 towards Marseille the follow signs to stadium. Marseille Provence Airport is thirty kilometres away from the Vélodrome.
The Vélodrome is serviced by the bus and metro networks of the Régie des transports de Marseille. Besides several bus services operating in the area, two stations of the Marseille Metro line 2 can be found close to the stadium. Supporters wishing to reach the Ganay or North stands must alight at the Sainte-Marguerite Dromel station whereas the Rond-Point du Prado station caters for the South stand and the Jean Bouin stand. This line, which also serves the Marseille Saint-Charles train station, benefits from additional trains on matchdays.