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|Former names||Stade de l'avenue de Dunkerque
Stade Victor Boucquey
|Olympique Lillois (1907–1944)
Lille OSC (1944–1974)
Originally it was known as Stade de l'avenue de Dunkerque; from 1907 to 1943, the stadium's name was the Stade Victor Boucquey. That year it was renamed after the former president of Olympique Lillois Henri-Jooris (who died four years before).
During the 1938 World Cup, it hosted one game.
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