Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice

Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice

OGC Nice
General data
Nom. full Olympique Gymnast Club
Nice
Nickname (s) Les Aiglons (The Eagles)
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Foundation July 9, 1904 (116 years)
Owner (s) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Ineos
President Flag of France.svg Jean-Pierre Rivere
Coach Flag of Romania.svg Adrien ursea
Facilities
Stadium Allianz Riviera
Locate Us Nice, France
Capacity 35.000
Opening September 22, 2013 (7 years)
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News
Soccerball current event.svg Ligue 1 2020-21
UEFA Europa League 2020-21
Official Web site

El Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice abbreviated as OGC Nice or also known by the Spanish-speaking community as OGC Nice, is a French football club, from the city of Nice in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. It was founded in 1904 and plays in the Ligue 1 of France.

Our Story

El OGC Nice was founded on July 9, 1904 under the name of Gymnast Club like a gymnastics club. On July 6, 1908, the football section was created. On December 22, 1924 the club merges with another team from the city, the Gallia Football Athletic Club de Nice, and the new team will be renamed to Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice . In 1932 the team turned professional.

In 1951 the team wins its first League. His last major achievement was winning the French Cup in 1997.

With the aim of taking it to major sporting goals in France and Europe, the British multinational of chemical products Ineos bought the equipment in August 2019, for a market value of 100 million euros.

Uniform

  • Titular uniform: T-shirt with red and black vertical lines, black pants and black socks.
  • Alternate uniform: White t-shirt, white pants and white socks.
  • Third uniform: Blue shirt, black pants and black socks.

At first the team's color was yellow and blue, until in 1910 the club played a tournament against AC Milan. In that match, AC Milan loaned the uniform (red-black jersey) to Nice, as the team had forgotten the kits in France. The team then decides that those will be their colors.

Evolution of the uniform

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2009-10
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2010-11
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2011-12
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2012-13
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2013-14
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2014-15
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2015-16
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2016-17
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2017-18
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2018-19
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Stadium

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Interior of the Allianz Riviera.

OGC Nice has had two stadiums throughout its history. The Stade du Ray was opened in 1927 and used until 2013. Due to its low capacity. Since then he has been a local at the Allianz Riviera. It has a capacity for 35 spectators.

OGC Nice played its first match at the Allianz Riviera on September 22, 2013 against Valenciennes (4-0), on the occasion of matchday 6 of the 2013-2014 season in the Ligue 1. Argentine forward Dario Cvitanich is the first Nice scorer to score in the new arena. The current attendance record is 35.596 during the OGC Nice - AS Saint-Etienne (2-0) match on May 7, 2016.

Rivalries

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Nice fans at the Stade Louis II during a derby in January 2010.

El Côte d'Azur Derby (in Spanish: «Côte d'Azur derby») is the name given to the football match and the rivalry between the French teams AS Monaco and OGC Nice. Both are the two most important and successful teams on the Costa French blue, which is where the rivalry's name derives from.

Anthem

  • Team hymns and chants

Club data

  • Seasons in 1st: -
  • Seasons in 2st: -
  • Highest win achieved: Nice 8-0 Rennes (Season 48-49) and Nice 8-0 Sedan (Season 57-58).
  • Biggest conceded win: Sedan 8-1 Nice (Season 72-73).
  • Best place in the league: 1st (1951, 1952, 1956 and 1959).
  • Worst place in the league: -

Players with the most games played

Pos Player Matches
1 ° Flag of France.svg Francis Isnard 433
2 ° Flag of France.svg Roger jouve 303
3 ° Flag of Argentina.svg Pancho gonzález 296
4 ° Flag of France.svg Andre Chorda 291
5 ° Flag of France.svg Jean Philippe Mattio 276

Top scorers

Pos Player goals
1 ° Flag of Spain.svg Joaquin Valle 211
2 ° Flag of Luxembourg.svg Victor nurenberg 89
3 ° Flag of Yugoslavia 1946-1992.svg Nenad Bjekovic 87
4 ° Flag of France.svg Charly loubet 78
5 ° Flag of France.svg Just by Lafont 69

History

Note: in bold font competitions currently in force.

National tournaments
Flag of France.svg National competition Securities Runners-up
French First Division . 1950-51, 1951-52, 1955-56, 1958-59. 1967-68, 1972-73, 1975-76.
French Cup (3/1) 1951-52, 1953-54, 1996-97. 1977-78.
French Super Cup (1/3) 1970 1956, 1959, 1997.
League 2 (4) 1947-48, 1964-65, 1969-70, 1993-94.
National Champion (2) 1984-85, 1988-89.
League Cup . 2005-06.

Players

Squad 2020-21

Players Technical team
No. Nac. Pos Name Age Last team
janitors
16 Flag of France.svg 0BY Teddy boulhendi  19 years  Lower divisions
30 Flag of France.svg 0BY Yoan cardinale  26 years  Lower divisions
40 Flag of Argentina.svg 0BY Walter Benitez  28 years Flag of Argentina.svg Quilmes
Fenders
2 Flag of France.svg 1DEF Stanley nsoki  21 years Flag of France.svg Paris Saint-Germain
3 Flag of Brazil.svg 1DEF Robson Bamboo  23 years Flag of Brazil.svg Athletico Paranaense
4 Flag of Brazil.svg 1DEF Dante Alighieri Captain sports.svg  37 years Flag of Germany.svg VfL Wolfsburg
5 Flag of Austria.svg 1DEF Flavius ​​daniliuc  19 years Flag of Germany.svg Bayern Munich II
12 Flag of Senegal.svg 1DEF Racine Coly  25 years Flag of Italy.svg Brescia
13 Flag of France.svg 1DEF Hassane kamara  27 years Flag of France.svg Reims
20 Flag of Algeria.svg 1DEF Youcef attal  24 years Flag of Belgium civil.svg KV Kortrijk
23 Flag of Switzerland.svg 1DEF Jordan lotomba  22 years Flag of Switzerland.svg Young Boys
24 Flag of France.svg 1DEF Andy pelmard  21 years  Lower divisions
midfielders
6 Flag of France.svg 2MED Morgan Schneiderlin  31 years Flag of England.svg Everton
8 Flag of France.svg 2MED Pierre Lees Melou  27 years Flag of France.svg Dijon
10 Flag of France.svg 2MED Alexis Claude-Maurice  22 years Flag of France.svg Lorient
19 Flag of France.svg 2MED Khafre Thuram  20 years Flag of France.svg Monaco
21 Flag of Brazil.svg 2MED Daniel Barbosa  25 years Flag of Belgium civil.svg Standard Liege
22 Flag of Portugal.svg 2MED Rony Lopes  25 years Flag of Spain.svg Sevilla
27 Flag of France.svg 2MED Alexis Trouillet  20 years  Lower divisions
28 Flag of Algeria.svg 2MED Hicham Boudaoui  21 years Flag of Algeria.svg Paradou AC
29 Flag of France.svg 2MED Jeff Reine-Adelaide  23 years Flag of France.svg Lyon
Forwards
7 Flag of France.svg 3OF Myziane maolida  22 years Flag of France.svg olympique de lyon
9 Flag of Denmark.svg 3OF Kasper Dolberg  23 years Flag of the Netherlands.svg AFC Ajax
11 Flag of Algeria.svg 3OF Amine gouiri  21 years Flag of France.svg olympique de lyon
14 Flag of Switzerland.svg 3OF Dan ndoye  20 years Flag of Switzerland.svg Lausanne-Sport
Assignments
No. Nac. Pos Name Age Eq. origin Given to
Flag of Cote dIvoire.svg 1DEF   Ibrahim Cisse  22 years  Lower divisions Flag of France.svg LB Chateauroux
Flag of Portugal.svg 2MED   Pedro Brazao  18 years  Lower divisions Flag of Switzerland.svg Lausanne
Flag of France.svg 2MED   Lucas da cunha  19 years Flag of France.svg Rennes Flag of Switzerland.svg Lausanne
Flag of France.svg 2MED   Wylan Cyprien  19 years Flag of France.svg Lens Flag of Italy.svg Parma
Flag of France.svg 2MED   Ihsan Sacko  23 years Flag of France.svg Troyes Flag of Italy.svg Cosenza Calcium
Coach (s)

Flag of France.svg Patrick Vieira

Assistant Coach (s)

Flag of France.svg Frederic Gioria

Physical trainer (s)

Flag of Greece.svg Roger Propos

Goalkeeping coach (s)

Flag of France.svg Bruno valencony

Physician (s)

Flag of France.svg Jean Philippe Gilardi


Legend
  • Pos : Position
  • Nac. : Sports nationality
  • Captain sports.svg Captain
  • Injury icon 2.svg Injured
  • BY / ARQ : Goalkeeper
  • DEF : Defending
  • MID / VOL : Midfielder
  • OF : Forward

Updated October 24, 2020

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trainers

Administrative staff

  • PresidentGauthier Ganaye
  • Director General: Patrick Governatori
  • Assistant to the General Director: Eric Dellacasa
  • Executive Director: Pascale Marrel
  • Commercial director: Frederic Larue
  • Director of Communications: Virginie Rossetti
  • Marketing Director: Frédéric Mattei
  • Security director: Andre Bloch
  • Technical director: Rene Marsiglia

Outlinks

  • Commons-logo.svg Wikimedia Commons hosts a multimedia category on Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice.
  • Official website (in French)
  • soccerway.com
  • File in Spanish.people.com