Olympique De Montréal is one of the Canadian teams in the America League. They were founded in 1976 as tenant for Jarry Park Stadium which saw the Expos leave that year. Because of the team and their success, the stadium was rehabbed in 76 and then again in 99. Today its barely a shell of its former self and the headquarters for the team which sponsors other club teams like Tennis and Rugby.
They are America One mainstays, having been in the league since 1983 without being promoted or relegated. The have a Canadian rivalry with Toronto SC, but also a proximity rivalry with the Green Mountain Boys in Vermont.
The team's logo is mostly inspired by the city's flag and coat of arms which features a red Christian cross and 4 symbols for each of the European Ethnic groups that settled there. A blue Fleur-de-lys representing the French, a rose of Lancaster representing the English and Welsh, a shamrock for the Irish, and a thistle for the Scottish. The team's nickname "Les Bleus" is on a banner below the shield.
Since the beginning Montreal has used a V design on all their jerseys and that continues today. The primary and the change are largely mirror opposites of each other going all blue for the primary and all white for the secondary. For those that don't speak French, "Allez Les Bleus" means "Let's Go Blues!"