Its seat is with 4, rue Rouget de Lisle, with Issy-les-Moulineaux.
History of the titleAt the end of the 19th century, in France, the sporting press (then devoted mainly to cycling) is dominated by a title: the Bicycle , founded in 1892. The standpoint of its owner (Pierre Giffard) in the Affaire Dreyfus makes waves. Manufacturers of cycles (for the majority antidreyfusards) which finance its newspaper by publicity do not appreciate. In 1900, they choose to finance Henri Desgrange which creates a competitor newspaper the Car-Bicycle . Whereas the Bicycle is published on green paper, Desgrange makes publish to it his on yellow paper (a few years later, it is this color which will give rise to the yellow jersey).
The first number of the Car-Bicycle leaves on October 16th, 1900, a few days before the fence of the Olympic Games of Paris (which lasted nearly 6 months!).
In 1903, the war between the Bicycle and the Car-Bicycle continues. The January 16th, Desgrange loses the lawsuit which opposes it to the Bicycle, and is constrained to re-elect the Car-Bicycle in the Car . In addition to this change of title, one also attends the arrival of new sporting publications.
Desgrange must then quickly find a means of countering its main competitor. It remembers that Géo Lefèvre had proposed to him to organize a cycle race of scale: the Tour de France. The January 19th 1903, the Car announces the creation of " the greatest test cyclist never organisée" : it will be the first Tour de France.
The idea is so good that the sales of the newspaper fly away. Deprived readers, the Bicycle cease its publication the following year.
After having appeared under the Occupation until the August 17th 1944, the Car is struck of prohibition of publication. Jacques Goddet, the director of the edition, uses of its relationships to resistance to rehabilitate the newspaper under another title: the Team.
the Team new formula appears starting from February 28th 1946 three times per week. Starting from 1948, it will become daily. It benefits from the rapid disappearance of its direct competitors ( the Dash , the Sport ).
It is repurchased by the Groupe Amaury in 1968. After the disappearance of Philippe Amaury in 2006, the group was taken again in hands by his wife, Marie-Odile, and their children.
Since 1980, the Team proposes a weekly supplement every saturday: the Team magazine . It is supplemented since 2005 by quarterly a " Sports and Style" and since 2006 by " the Féminine" Team;.
The Team repurchased in 2006, the free monthly magazine " The newspaper of Golf"
- 1946 - 1984: Jacques Goddet
- 1984 - 1993: Jean-Pierre Courcol
- 1993 - 2002: Paul Roussel
- 2003 -: Christophe Chenut
- 1946 - 1954: Marcel Oger
- 1954 - 1970: Gaston Meyer
- 1970 - 1980: Edouard Seidler
- 1980 - 1987: Robert Parienté
- 1987 - 1989: Henri Garcia
- 1989 - 1990: No5el Couëdel
- 1990 - 1992: Gerard Ernault
- 1993 - 2003: Jerome Office
- 2003 -: Claude Droussent (directing draftings) and Michel Dalloni (directing of the drafting of the daily newspaper)
Journalists emblematic of yesterday and today
Diffusion paid in France of the team. Sources: OJD.
To compare with the diffusion of the other French national daily newspapers: Press in France.
On a number, the record controlled by the OJD was recorded the July 13rd 1998, the shortly after the victory of the Bleus at the time of the Football world cup, 1.645.907 expemplaires sold, in front of the number published the July 3rd 2000, the shortly after the victory of Blue to the Euro 2000: 1.255.633 sold specimens.
Trophies of the Team
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