Centre d'entraînement Robert Louis-Dreyfus

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Centre d'entraînement Robert Louis-Dreyfus
La Commanderie
La Commanderie (OM).jpg
Entrance of the centre
Former names La Commanderie
Location Marseille
Coordinates 43°18′5″N 5°27′43″E / 43.30139°N 5.46194°E / 43.30139; 5.46194
Type Sports facility
Construction
Opened 1991
Renovated 2002 and 2009
Tenants
Olympique de Marseille

The Centre d'entraînement Robert Louis-Dreyfus, commonly referred to, simply, as La Commanderie, is the training ground and Academy base of French football club, Olympique de Marseille. Located in Marseille, the center was officially opened in July 1991.[1] Called La Commanderie, the training ground is renamed in 2009 after the death of the owner of the club, Robert Louis-Dreyfus.

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  1. ^ (French) Oreggia, Laurent (January 2009). "Il était une fois". Tout (et même plus) sur l'OM (1st ed.). Hugo&Cie. p. 9. ISBN 978-2-7556-0326-2. 

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