Seven-time Trophée des Champions winners Olympique Lyonnais may have their work cut out for them as they take on PSG on Saturday, but their history in the competition is nothing to sneeze at… check out the stats!
Held outside France every year since 2009, the Trophée des Champions 2015 will be held for a second time in Montreal, the largest city in Canada's French-speaking province of Quebec, on August 1 at 21:00 CET.
In their meeting on June 18, 2015, the LFP's Administrative Council ratified the match calendar for Ligue 1's season 2015-16. The campaign will kick off on Friday, August 7, as champions Paris Saint-Germain travel to LOSC Lille.
Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim was thrilled with the 3-1 win over BSC Young Boys that left his Monaco side - who suffered somewhat in defence - in the driver's seat of their Champions League third qualifying round tie.
Olympique Lyonnais coach Hubert Fournier has extended his contract with last season's Ligue 1 runners-up, signing on until 2017 with his coaching staff also opting to extend their stay at the seven-time champions.