France - Australia at the Robert Louis-Dreyfus Centre

fri 22 jun at 04:16
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
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Helios Image / Olympique de Marseille
Les Olympiens and France opened the 2018 FIFA World Cup as Les Bleus faced Australia in the first match of the group stages. These are our best shots from the official watch party at the RLD Centre.

Saturday, 16 June, was the first match of the 2018 World Cup for France and excitement was at an all-time high. For the occasion, Olympique de Marseille welcomed its supporters and partners to the Robert Louis-Dreyfus Training Centre for a watch party.

As we build up to the 2018-19 Ligue 1 season, we have our support fully behind the French National Team. That support certainly extends to the three OM players that are part of the French team at the 2018 World Cup: Steve Mandanda, Adil Rami and Florian Thauvin.

The broadcast of the first match was an opportunity for all participants to share a friendly moment and encouragement for Les Olympiens and Les Bleus.

A giant screen was installed on the forecourt of the Robert Louis-Dreyfus Centre in order to enjoy the match in the best conditions. The guests had the opportunity to eat on the patio and were also able to participate in a competition of predictions, shots on goal, face painting and take a picture with the legendary Champions League trophy won by the club in 1993.

Olympique de Marseille wishes to thank all the participants that made the event such a success.

Congratulations also to France, who won their first match against Australia, 2-1.

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