Frenchman Florent Malouda won a lot of trophies during his time at Lyon. He signed for Lyon from fellow French side Guingamp in 2003. Florent Malouda then spent four years at Lyon before swapping French Ligue 1 for the Premier League in 2007.

Florent Malouda won four successive league titles at Lyon from 2003 to 2007. In summary, he won the French Ligue 1 title in each of his four seasons at Lyon. In addition, he was part of the Lyon team that won the French Super Cup on three occasions. In total, the ex-France national team winger won seven major trophies during his time with the French Ligue 1 giants. While he was at Lyon, Malouda scored 25 goals in 138 league games from his position on the wings.

Malouda played the whole game as Lyon beat Auxerre 2-1 to win the 2003 French Super Cup. Lyon raced into a two-goal lead within nine minutes thanks to the midfield duo of Michael Essien and Mahmadou Diarra. Olivier Kapo pulled one back for Auxerre with seven minutes left on the clock but it turned out to be too little too late for the 2003 French Cup champions.

The 2003 French Super Cup was the first of three successive French Super Cup titles won by Florent Malouda at Lyon.

For the 2004 French Super Cup, Lyon beat Paris Saint Germain (PSG) 7-6 on aggregate after the two teams had played out a 1-1 draw. To this effect, Lyon was able to retain their French Super Cup title. Malouda was on for the entire duration of the 2004 French Super Cup.

In the 2005 French Super Cup, Norwegian striker John Carew scored a treble as Lyon thrashed Auxerre 4-1 to win the title. Hatem Ben Arfa scored the other goal for Lyon, while Lionel Mathis was the goalscorer for Auxerre. Malouda came on as a second half substitute in the place of Sydney Govou. He played the final 38 minutes.