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Decathlon's football brand Kipsta, which is based in Lille region, Airness and Canterbury, the rugby-specialized company, followed. In 2013, Umbro took over until Nike started a second spell in 2013 that lasted three years.  On 22 June 2016, Lille announced a five-year partnership with New Balance, becoming one of the biggest football teams that have signed with the Boston-based sportswear manufacturer.
 The 2022–23 season started very well for the Northmen as they defeated Auxerre, on 7 August, in a 4–1 home win.  On 9 October, they defeated close rivals Lens in a 1–0 home win.  Being one of the best offensive teams in the league, Fonseca's Lille is praised for its stylish, slick passing game and its attacking system. Since the beginning of the season, Lille have played in an open, offensive 4–2–3–1 formation with Angel Gomes playing as a central midfielder behind playmaker Rémy Cabella and lone striker Jonathan David.
 A stadium of 1, 000 spectators, including 500 seats, can host matches for the academy teams and the women's team.  A segment of the Berlin Wall, with a graffiti of Eden Hazard by French artist C215 painted on it, has been unveiled in 2016 and is on display inside the centre.  Club rivalries The Derby du Nord (French for "The North Derby") is contested between Lille and RC Lens.
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Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK BRA Léo Jardim 3 DF POR Tiago Djaló 4 Alexsandro 5 SWE Gabriel Gudmundsson 6 José Fonte (captain) 7 FW FRA Jonathan Bamba 8 MF Jonas Martin 9 CAN Jonathan David 10 Rémy Cabella 11 ALG Adam Ounas 15 Leny Yoro 16 SVK Adam Jakubech 18 Bafodé Diakité 19 Isaac Lihadji 20 ENG Angel Gomes 21 Benjamin André (vice-captain) 22 USA Timothy Weah 23 KOS Edon Zhegrova 26 Alan Virginius 27 GUI Mohamed Bayo 28 André Gomes (on loan from Everton) 30 Lucas Chevalier 31 Ismaily 35 CMR Carlos Baleba 38 Simon Ramet 39 Matteo Makhabe Out on loan — Akim Zedadka (оn loan at Auxerre) Rocco Ascone (оn loan at Nordsjælland) TUR Yusuf Yazıcı (оn loan at Trabzonspor) Reserve team As of 11 October 2022 Tom Negrel Jules Raux BEL Vincent Burlet NED Luuk Kluiters Wassim Lantaki Lucas Mbamba Kemryk Nagera TOG Hakim Ouro-Sama MTN Abdoulaye Ousmane Ousmane Touré BFA Joffrey Bazié Alpha Diallo Adame Faiz COD Carmel Mabanza Baptiste Macon Ugo Raghouber Bica Jessy Breslau SEN Barthélemy Diedhiou Younes Lachaab Amine Messoussa Issam Rezig RWA Hakim Sahabo Todd Vromant Notable former players Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards Notable past line-ups Club officials Owner of Lille Olympique Sporting Club – LOSC Lille: Merlyn Partners SCSp Board of directors Position Name Ref.
 On 25 November 1944, the club is officially registered under its new name. For its very first season, the newborn club reached the 1945 Coupe de France final, with a squad composed of the best players of both merging teams, who are mostly natives of the Nord department.  Next season, Lille won the double, beating Red Star in the 1946 Coupe de France Final and finishing at the first place of French Division 1 ahead of Saint-Étienne and Roubaix-Tourcoing.
Shareholders Maarten Petermann Alessandro Barnaba  President Olivier Létang  President of LOSC Association Patrick Robert  Coaching and medical staff Head coach Paulo Fonseca  Assistant coaches Tiago Leal Jorge Maciel Goalkeeping coach António Ferreira Assistant coach in charge of athletic performance Paulo Mourão Head of high performance Martin Buchheit  Fitness coaches Gil Orriols Mansana Mario Sandúa  Head of video analysis Diego Pérez Video analysts Hugo Dufour Alexis Marie Doctors Damien Monnot Jérémy Volante  Nutritionists Hélène Defrance Jordi Argimon  Academy general manager Jean-Michel Vandamme  Reserve team head coach Stéphane Pichot  Reserve team assistant coach Stéphane Noro  U19s head coach Sébastien Pennacchio  U19s assistant coach Alain Raguel U17s head coach Rachid Chihab  U17s assistant coach Pierre-Antoine Patte Coaching history Former coaches include Georges Heylens (1984–89), a former Belgian international player, Jacques Santini (1989–92), who coached the France national team between 2002 and 2004, Bruno Metsu (1992–93), who coached the Senegal national team at the 2002 World Cup, Pierre Mankowski (1993–94), who was formerly the assistant coach of the France national team and Vahid Halilhodžić (1998–02), who can be credited with the club's revival in the late nineties.
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 As of 2022, the teams have played more than 115 matches in all competitions, Lille winning 45, Lens 37, and the remaining 34 having been drawn. Lille have won the most top division titles, the most Coupe de France trophies and Trophée des Champions titles. The Mastiffs have also played more games in domestic and European top competitions and have more game wins in French top division than their nearby rivals. Honours Domestic League French Division 1/Ligue 1 Winners (4): 1945–46, 1953–54, 2010–11, 2020–21 Runners-up (6): 1947–48, 1948–49, 1949–50, 1950–51, 2004–05, 2018–19 French Division 2 Winners (4): 1963–64, 1973–74, 1977–78, 1999–2000 Cups Coupe de France Winners (6): 1945–46, 1946–47, 1947–48, 1952–53, 1954–55, 2010–11 Runners-up (2): 1944–45, 1948–49 Coupe de la Ligue Runners-up (1): 2015–16 Trophée des Champions Winners (1): 2021 Runners-up (2): 1955, 2011 Coupe Charles Drago Runners-up (2): 1954, 1956 Europe UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners (1): 2004 Runners-up (1): 2002 Latin Cup Runners-up (1): 1951 Doubles French Division 1/Ligue 1 and Coupe de France (2): 1945–46, 2010–11 Results Domestic results Domestic Results in Division 1/Ligue 1 since 2000 Domestic league League result Qualification to 2021–22 Ligue 1 10th 2020–21 Ligue 1 1st Champions League 2019–20 Ligue 1 4th (season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic) Europa League 2018–19 Ligue 1 2nd 2017–18 Ligue 1 17th 2016–17 Ligue 1 11th 2015–16 Ligue 1 5th 2014–15 Ligue 1 8th 2013–14 Ligue 1 3rd 2012–13 Ligue 1 6th 2011–12 Ligue 1 2010–11 Ligue 1 2009–10 Ligue 1 4th 2008–09 Ligue 1 2007–08 Ligue 1 7th 2006–07 Ligue 1 2005–06 Ligue 1 2004–05 Ligue 1 2003–04 Ligue 1 Intertoto Cup 2002–03 Ligue 1 14th 2001–02 French Division 1 2000–01 French Division 1 Continental results Players First-team squad As of 27 December 2022 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Rudi Garcia, who played for Lille from 1980 to 1988, replaced Claude Puel at the beginning of the 2008 season. Puel had been with Lille since 2002. Thanks to his successes with the club, Puel had been approached by Portuguese club Porto to replace José Mourinho and league rivals Lyon to replace Alain Perrin; he finally decided to join Lyon after six seasons at the club. Christophe Galtier (2017–21) won Ligue 1 in 2021 and was replaced by Jocelyn Gourvennec (2021-22) who won the 2021 Trophée des Champions. Tenure Coach 1944–46 George Berry 1946–58 André Cheuva 1958–59 Jacques Delepaut (caretaker) 1959–61 Jules Vandooren 1961–62 Jean Baratte 1962 Jean Van Gool (caretaker) 1962–63 Guy Poitevin 1963–66 Jules Bigot 1966 1966–69 Daniel Langrand 1969–70 Joseph Jadrejak 1970–73 René Gardien 1973–76 Georges Peyroche 1976–77 Charles Samoy (caretaker) 1977–82 José Arribas 1982–84 Arnaud Dos Santos 1984–89 Georges Heylens 1989–92 Jacques Santini 1991 Milan Đuričić Jacques Santini 1992–93 Bruno Metsu 1993 Henryk Kasperczak 1993–94 Pierre Mankowski 1994–95 Jean Fernandez 1995–97 Jean-Michel Cavalli 1997 Hervé Gauthier Charles Samoy (caretaker) 1997–98 Thierry Froger 1998–2001 Vahid Halilhodžić 2001–2002 Bruno Baronchelli (caretaker) 2002 2002–08 Claude Puel 2008–13 Rudi Garcia 2013–15 René Girard 2015 Hervé Renard Patrick Collot (caretaker) 2015–16 Frédéric Antonetti 2016–17 2017 Franck Passi (caretaker) Marcelo Bielsa João Sacramento (caretaker) 2017–2021 Christophe Galtier 2021–2022 Jocelyn Gourvennec 2022—present Records and statistics Managerial records Winning head coaches Rank Manager L1 L2 CdF TdC UIC Total – 2 Players records Most appearances Matches Marceau Somerlinck 428 André Strappe 365 Rio Mavuba 313 Mathieu Debuchy 301 Florent Balmont 292 Top scorers Goals 218 135 Gérard Bourbotte 96 Jean Lechantre 81 Bolek Tempowski Transfers records Highest transfer fees paid From Transfer fee(€ millions) Year Gent €27[a] 2020  Renato Sanches Bayern Munich €20 2019  Yusuf Yazıcı Trabzonspor €16.
 Partnership is renewed in 2021 on a new five-season contract until June 2026.  The first main sponsors of the club were Jean Caby butchery that appeared two seasons in the front of the jersey, and Lille-made Pel d'Or lemonade, produced by the very famous Pelforth brewery. One of the most iconic Lille sponsors is French nappy and baby products manufacturer Peaudouce that lasted more than ten years. Production factories were located in Linselles, in the Lille region and the nine red letters are now part of the identity of the club.  However, Peaudouce was acquired by Sweden consumer products company SCA which decided to end the sponsorship. Foodservice company Eurest, banks Crédit Agricole and ING Direct are famous main sponsors too, that lasted at least two seasons. Subsequently, the famous "P" of French casino and resort company Partouche appeared on Lille's jersey in 2003 for the first time.
After two years in charge of the club and a deceiving eight seed at the end of the 2014–15 Ligue 1 season, Girard left the club by mutual consent. In May 2015, the Ivory Coast national team head coach Hervé Renard was appointed as the new manager. On 11 November 2015, Renard was terminated as manager and was replaced by Frederic Antonetti.  On 23 November 2016, a year after being appointed, Lille terminated Antonetti's contract with the club lying second last in the table.  Campos and Galtier era: sustained success (2017–2021) In early 2017, Lille appointed Luis Campos as sporting director and head of recruitment.
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