April 17, 2024

Hard blow for OM

Olympique de Marseille’s new occupancy agreement for the Vélodrome is due to be voted on by the city council on December 15, and provides for an increase in rent from 6.5 to 8 million euros per year, over a three-year period.

Thanks to this agreement, the city of Marseille will receive eight million euros in fixed rent, compared with 6.5 million euros under the last contra…

Olympique de Marseille’s new occupancy agreement for the Vélodrome is due to be voted on by the city council on December 15, and provides for an increase in rent from 6.5 to 8 million euros per year, over a three-year period.

Thanks to this agreement, the city of Marseille will receive eight million euros in fixed rent, compared with 6.5 million euros under the last contract and five million in 2017, confirms the city council in a press release issued on Saturday. I would like to thank Olympique de Marseille for its support.etween the club and the city of Marseille, a dispute is still underway over the advance rent for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 financial years, which will be affected by the health crisis. OM is seeking the cancellation of this dispute before the Marseille Administrative Court, which is due to deliver its verdict in the next few days.