Robert Louis-Dreyfus Trophy
|Number of teams||2|
|Current champions||Olympique de Marseille|
|Most successful club(s)||Olympique de Marseille (2 titles)|
The Robert Louis-Dreyfus Trophy (French: Trophée Robert Louis-Dreyfus) was a summer tournament hosted by Olympique de Marseille in dedication to Robert Louis-Dreyfus, a majority shareholder of the French football team, who died on July 4, 2009, following a long battle with leukemia.
The inaugural competition took place in 2010 where Marseille were joined by Valencia CF. The second and final edition was played on August 1, 2015 against Juventus. The competition did not take place between 2011 and 2014 because of the ongoing renovations to the Stade Vélodrome. The tournament was discontinued after two editions.
The inaugural edition of the Robert Louis-Dreyfus Trophy was played on August 1, 2010 between hosts Marseille and Valencia who had ended third in the 2009–10 La Liga season. A solitary goal from Hatem Ben Arfa saw Marseille triumph 1-0.
1 August 2010
|Olympique de Marseille||1 – 0||Valencia CF|
|Hatem Ben Arfa 78'||(Report)|
The second edition of the tournament was played on August 1 2015, a week before the 2015-16 Ligue 1 season began. Marseille hosted reigning Serie A champions and UEFA Champions League runners-up Juventus and won the match 2-0 thanks to goals by Romain Alessandrini and Abdelaziz Barrada.
1 August 2015
|Olympique de Marseille||2 – 0||Juventus|
|Romain Alessandrini 35'
Abdelaziz Barrada 84'
Titles by team
|Olympique de Marseille||2 (2010, 2015)||2|
|Valencia CF||1 (2010)||0|
|1.||Hatem Ben Arfa||Olympique de Marseille||1||2010|
|1.||Romain Alessandrini||Olympique de Marseille||1||2015|
|1.||Abdelaziz Barrada||Olympique de Marseille||1||2015|
- RLD one year already
- Report: Marseille owner Robert Louis-Dreyfus dies, Associated Press, 5 July 2009.
- "1-0 loss in Sunday preseason friendly at Stade Velodrome". Valencia. 1 August 2010. Retrieved 9 May 2016.
- Digby, Adam (1 August 2015). "Sami Khedira Injury vs. Marseille Sets Stage for Juventus' Stefano Sturaro". Bleacher Report. Retrieved 9 May 2016.