Lille OSC, also known as LOSC or Les Dogues, is a French football club which was founded in September 1944. The club won three Ligue 1 titles in 1946,1954, and 2011; six Coupe de France title in 1946,1947,1948,1953,1955 and 2011; five Ligue 2 titles in 1964,1971,1974,1978 and 2000; one Gambardella's Cup in 1960 and the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2004. The LOSC has endured several financial problems and has been relegated to Ligue 2 since its creation. Yet in 2000, Les Dogues moved to Ligue 1, and faces opponents at the new Pierre-Mauroy Stadium, which was completed in 2012. The stadium is one of the five largest stadiums in France with 50,186 seats. The team's training center, head office and youth academy are all located at Domaine de Luchin. The official team colors are, like many French teams, red and blue. The logo features a fleur de lys and a dog, "le dogue," hence its nickname, Les Dogues. Several notable former players include Yohan Cabaye, Rio Mavuba, Florent Balmont and Marvin Martin. LOSC TV is its official TV network, and "Salut aux LOSC," is the club's anthem.