OGC Nice is one of the most successful football clubs in France with four national champion titles in addition to three Coupe de France victories. The OGC abbreviation stands for Olympique Gymnaste Club goes back to the start of the club when the club was named Gymnaste Club de Nice.
Stade Municipal du Ray (1927-2013)
Allianz Riviera (2013-)
Just Fontaine, Bakari Koné, Patrice Evra, Mario Balotelli, Wesley Sneijder
Ligue 1: 4
Coupe de France: 3
OGC Nice was one of the twenty original members of the French football ligue when is was established in 1932.
By Oscar Anderson
The logo consists of a crest in front of a stylized eagle. The crest includes the letters “OGC Nice” and red and black stripes. There are a few versions of the logo through the club’s history in which an eagle has been present. The banner in the bottom part is a relatively new feature in the logo and states the year of foundation.
OGC Nice timeline
1904 The club is established as Gymnaste Club de Nice.
1924 The club is renamed to Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice.
1927 The club move to the Stade Municipal du Ray.
1932 Member of the French Association Football League.
1951 First time French League champions.
1952 Winning its first Coupe de France.
2013 The club play their first game at Allianz Riviera.
Football clubs also founded in 1904
Ligue 1 record