Let's all stay in touch
The club, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, wishes to reward its supporters for their unconditional support throughout the seasons, in happy times as well as in difficult ones.
Since Friday March 20, the club channel, OLTV has been accessible, free of charge, which will allow supporters from all walks of life and from any geographic location to follow all of its programs in via a dedicated site. https://lyonna.is/oltv-gratuit (available from any computer or mobile phone). This initiative is done in parallel with free access to the channel Canal + for its subscribers.
Barth, a daily meeting with the fans
For the occasion and given the constraints of production, the schedule has been redesigned and the recurring programs of the club's news are now as follows:
The host of the channel, Barth Ruzza, will meet the supporters from Monday to Friday at 5.30 pm in a special version of "OL Night System", a free-to-air program which will allow the OL community to share their daily life during the period of confinement. The show's hotline is open at 04 84 80 69 69 to share together the great stories, experiences, memories and projects of our community.
Always from Monday to Friday, at 6 p.m., a 10-minute news flash offered by Serge Colonge will allow you to follow the latest news.
During the rest of the day, viewers can relive the club's best matches and review the teams that have built its history over the past 20 years, around different themes; on Monday, March 23, for example, the best matches against Bordeaux will be in the spotlight. Each day, a poll will be available on the club's twitter account (@OLTV_officiel) so that viewers can decide which matches will be scheduled.
Finally, the OL Foundation teams are also mobilizing to offer two weekly meetings to be found on the channel, on Tuesdays and Fridays in order to share good practices and explain the concrete measures that are currently being implemented by the health services in the fight against the Covid-19.
Educational and fun content with Lyou
For their part, from Saturday morning, young supporters will be able to rendez-vous Lyou, the club mascot who will guide them through fun activities regularly offered on the club’s website (www.ol.fr).
The first page now allows them to download the Educational Booklet produced by the teams of the OL Museum in order to travel through the club's history of the club and discover fun anecdotes about their favorite club.
The older ones can also play use their imagination and creativity by designing their ideal OL jersey.
Other activities will follow over the next few days, in the form of games or and cultural challenges, which young fans can perform alone or with their family. Many prizes will be awarded to children who have completed the most impressive projects.
The mobilization of all is essential to maintain strong links between individuals and to strengthen mutual aid and sharing in the community. Club, players, supporters: let's stay together, let's stay in touch!