Marcq-en-Baroeul is a cooperative in the Nord division in the Hauts-de-France district in northern France. It is a suburb of the city of Lille, and is quickly nearby it on the upper east. It is the sixth biggest segment of the metropolitan Urban Community of Lille Metropole. Marcq-en-Baroeul is known as the most wealthy suburb city of Lille, it is a piece of the 'Triangle d'or' of Lille. It highlights costly land, particularly nearby the Grand Boulevard and Hippodrome des Flandres racecourse.
The city is additionally home to one of the grounds of the first class universal private school and lycee dynamic bilingue Jeannine-Manuel. Established in 1971, the rugby club is called Olympique Marcquois Rugby. It is a segment of the nearby multi-sports Club. The Club grew up rapidly and join the honneur provincial association in 1973. It was advanced in the upper association, Federale 3, in 1993 out of the blue and again in 2002. In 2006, the club was advanced in the Federale 2 class and stays in a similar association up to now.