All about the football club Nice

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Cardinale, Boscagli Gambetta & hellip; these are all reputable players who are part of the Nice football club. But the club is not restricted to its members, as famous as they are. Focus on the essential information.

History

OGC Nice (OGC Nice) was founded in 1904. The club professionalized from 1932. Jim Mac Dewitt was the first coach of the Club, followed by 51 others. Claude Puel holds the position from May 2012.

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Allianz Riviera, located on Boulevard Gardeners can accommodate up to 35,624 spectators. It was designed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The work lasted 2 years (official launch in August 2011). Its inauguration took place at the match between September 22, 2013 OGC Nice Valenciennes Football Club as Nice won hands down (4-0).

Player Statistics

Francis Isnard holds the record for most games (433) played for OGC Nice since the club. Among the players of 2015, Nampalys Mendy, Valere Germain and Jean Seri are at the top of the numbers matches played in Ligue 1 (19 games each) while Albert and Simon Rafetraniaina Pouplain are 1 each game. Valere Germain and Hatem Ben Arfa scored 7 goals each in Ligue 1.

Club Statistics

The Nice football club has participated in 19 games during which 23 goals were conceded and 32 goals were scored. Players have collected 5 red cards and 45 yellows during these matches that have ended in 8 wins, 6 losses and 5 draws.

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OGC Nice has several victories to its workforce:

France Championship: 1951, 1952, 1956 and 1959

Coupe de France: 1952, 1954 and 1997

Challenge / Champions Trophy: 1970

France Championship D2: 1948, 1965, 1970 and 1994

D3 France Championship: 1983 and 1989

Championnat de France Amateur 2: 2013

France Championship 18: 2004

Gambardella Cup: 2012 .

Records

At home, the football club of Nice celebrated landslide victories in D1 8-0 against Stade Rennes (1949) and the AU Sedan-Torcy (1957).

Outside OGCN won the match against AS Troyes-Savine (1960) and against US Le Mans (1972) with a score of 5-0.

In the Coupe de France, the Nice football club defeated AS Avignon 12 to 1 in 1945.