Montreal Olympique

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Montreal Olympique
Full name Montreal Olympique
Founded 1971
Dissolved 1973
Stadium Autostade
Capacity 33,172
League North American Soccer League

Montreal Olympique were a professional soccer team based in Montreal that played in the NASL. They played three seasons from 1971 to 1973, but saw little success.[1] Notably, Graeme Souness appeared for the club in 1972 in ten games as a 19 year old.[1] Future National Hockey League player Jim Corsi also played for the Olympique in 1971 and 1973. The Olympique's home ground was the Autostade.[1] The NASL would return to Montreal in 1981 in the form of the Montreal Manic.[1]


Year League W L T Pts Reg. Season Playoffs
1971 NASL 4 15 5 65 4th, Northern Division Did not qualify
1972 NASL 4 5 5 57 3rd, Northern Division Did not qualify
1973 NASL 5 10 4 64 2nd, Northern Division Did not qualify

Former managers


  1. ^ a b c d Crossley, Andy. "1971-1973 Montreal Olympique". Retrieved 7 May 2016.
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