The home match agains Nîmes is a derby that OM had not experienced since 1995. Beaten in the first leg, the slightly reshaped Olympien squad now has the opportunity to stay in the race for Europe but the pitfalls to success will be everywhere and challenging at the Orange Vélodrome.
Hold your head high and don't give up until it's over. Before the home match against Nîmes, Les Olympiens must rebound from the defeat in Bordeaux and focus on the remaining 7 matches. Without Lucas Ocampos but with the return Luiz Gustavo, Rudi Garcia's team will do everything to keep hope.
From the dressing rooms to the pitch to the Presidential Lounge ... Starting on the 8th of April, OM Tour invites you into the heart of the Orange Vélodrome while discovering the history of the Club through its biggest moments, games, players, coaches and trophies.
On Wednesday, with many guests in attendance - including former and current players - Olympique de Marseille held the very first OM Tour, a new tour feature at the Orange Velodrome, which will open Monday, 8 April for the general public.