The LOSC made an appointment with its supporters this Monday to celebrate its fourth title of champion of France. Christophe Galtier’s players will parade through Lille city center at the end of the afternoon aboard a double-decker bus.
After stress and emotion, it’s time to party. Le Losc will be able to celebrate its fourth league title with its supporters. The Mastiffs, who were crowned after their success in Angers on the last day (1-2), will parade in the city center of Lille, this Monday from 4.30 p.m., on a double-decker bus. The northerner club, which announces “a festive and popular stroll”, has planned a 3km route between Boulevard de la Libérté and Avenue du President Kennedy.
An itinerary designed to avoid “massive and concentrated gatherings” during a period of health restrictions linked to Covid-19. Le Losc also asks its fans to come masked to attend the great communion. By giving priority to the metro and relay car parks so as not to reach the city center by car. Fans are also invited to disperse throughout the route, avoiding the Grand-Place area, which will be filtered.
Thousands of supporters in the streets from Sunday evening
The joy promises to be intense after the feat of the band in Burak Yilmaz. Thousands of Lille fans have not waited to come out and scream their happiness. Braving the curfew, they gathered en masse in the streets of the city, on Sunday evening, after the coronation of their team. With songs, smoke and firecrackers. And some tensions with the police dispatched on the spot.