1992–93 Olympique de Marseille season
|French Division 1||1st|
|Coupe de France||Quarter-finals|
|Average home league attendance||27,010|
During the 1992–93 French football season, Olympique de Marseille competed in French Division 1.
Marseille won French Division 1, and also became the first (and, to date, only) French club to win the European Cup defeating A.C. Milan 1-0. However, it was later revealed that midfielder Jean-Jacques Eydelie had (on behalf of the Marseille board) bribed Valenciennes players Jorge Burruchaga, Christophe Robert and Jacques Glassman to lose the last match of the season, which Marseille needed to win the secure the French title, so that Marseille could win the match without much exertion ahead of the Champions League final. The scandal saw Marseille stripped of their title, relegated to Division 2 and banned from defending the Champions League or competing in the European Super and Intercontinental Cups, although they were allowed to remain European champions.
- Squad at end of season
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Coupe de France
|First round March, 1993||Marseille||3 – 1||Martigues|
|Ferreri 3' 90'
Di Meco 73'
|(Report)||Castro 17' (pen.)|
|Second round March, 1993||Rouen||0 – 1||Marseille|
|(Report)||Völler 81' (pen.)||Attendance: 16,850
Referee: M. Ramos
|Third round May, 1993||Caen||1 – 2||Marseille|
|Cauet 84'||(Report)||Völler 17'
Referee: M. Poulain
|Quarter-finals May, 1993||Saint-Étienne||2–1 (a.e.t.)||Marseille|
|G. Passi 17'
Casoni 105' (o.g.)
|(Report)||Moreau 61' (o.g.)||Attendance: 20,009
Referee: M. Lainé
|First Leg 16 September 1992||Glentoran||0 – 5||Marseille||The Oval, Belfast|
Martín Vázquez 19', 19'
|Referee: Johannes Reijgwart (Netherlands)
|Second Leg 30 September 1992||Marseille||3 – 0||Glentoran||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|First Leg 21 October 1992||Dinamo Bucureşti||0 – 0||Marseille||Stadionul Național, Bucharest|
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)
|Second Leg 4 November 1992||Marseille||2 – 0||Dinamo Bucureşti||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|19:00||Bokšić 32', 68'||Report||Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Arcangelo Pezzella (Italy)
|Round 1 25 November 1992||Rangers||2 – 2||Marseille||Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow|
Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary)
|Round 2 9 December 1992||Marseille||3 – 0||Club Brugge||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|20:30||Sauzée 4' (pen.)
Bokšić 10', 26'
Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (Germany)
|Round 3 3 March 1993||CSKA Moscow||1 – 1||Marseille||Olympiastadion, Berlin|
|20:30||Faizulin 55'||Report||Pelé 27'||Attendance: 12,500
Referee: Fabio Baldas (Italy)
|Round 4 17 March 1993||Marseille||6 – 0||CSKA Moscow||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|20:30||Sauzée 4' (pen.), 34', 48'
Referee: Serge Muhmenthaler (Switzerland)
|Round 5 7 April 1993||Marseille||1 – 1||Rangers||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|20:30||Sauzée 18'||Report||Durrant 52'||Attendance: 46,000
Referee: Mario van der Ende (Netherlands)
|Round 6 21 April 1993||Club Brugge||0 – 1||Marseille||Olympiastadion, Bruges|
|20:30||Report||Bokšić 2'||Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Ion Crăciunescu (Romania)
|26 May 1993||Marseille||1 – 0||Milan||Olympiastadion, Munich|
|20:15||Boli 43'||Report||Attendance: 64,400
Referee: Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland)
Coupe de France
- Marseille were stripped of the Division 1 title following the bribery scandal.
- Angloma was born in Abymes, Guadeloupe, but also qualifies to represent France internationally; he made his international debut for France in 1990 and Guadeloupe in 2006.
- Boli was born in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, but was raised in France and made his international debut for France in 1986.
- Desailly was born in Accra, Ghana, but also qualified to represent France internationally and made his international debut for France in 1993.