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William Saliba W. Robson Bambu Robson Bambu. Andy Pelmard A. Dante Dante. Flavius Daniliuc F. Stanley Nsoki S. Hassane Kamara H.
Racine Coly R. Youcef Atal Y. Jordan Lotomba J. Morgan Schneiderlin M. Danilo Danilo. Pierre Lees Melou P. The club's last honour was winning the Coupe de France in after defeating Guingamp 4—3 on penalties in the final.
Nice's colours are red and black. During the club's successful run in the s, Nice were among the first French clubs to successfully integrate internationals players into the fold.
Gymnaste Club 'Azur was founded in the residential district of Les Baumettes on 9 July under the name Gymnaste Club.
Akin to its name, the club primarily focused on the sports of gymnastics and athletics. On 6 July , in an effort to remain affiliated with the FSAM and also join the amateur federation USFSA , the head of French football at the time, Gymnaste Club de Nice split into two sections with the new section of the club being named Gymnastes Amateurs Club de Nice.
The new section spawned a football club and, after two seasons, the two clubs merged. In , the club was playing in the Ligue du Sud-Est, a regional league under the watch of the French Football Federation.
While playing in the league, Nice developed rivalries with Cannes and Marseille. On 22 December , the club changed its name to Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice.
In July , the National Council of the French Football Federation voted —20 in support of professionalism in French football. Nice, along with most clubs from southern France, were among the first clubs to adopt the new statute and subsequently became professional and were founding members of the new league.
In the league's inaugural season , Nice finished seventh in its group. In the following season , Nice finished 13th and were relegated from the league.
The club did not play league football in the ensuing season and returned to French football in playing in Division 2.
Nice spent the next three years playing in the second division. In , professional football in France was abolished due to World War II.
Nonetheless, Nice continued to play league football under amateur status with the club participating in the Ligue du Sud-Est in and the Ligue du Sud in the following seasons.
After World War II, Nice returned to professional status and were inserted back into the second division. The club achieved promotion back to the first division for the —49 season under the leadership of the Austrian manager Anton Marek.
After two seasons of finishing in the top ten, Nice, now led by manager Jean Lardi , achieved its first-ever honour by winning the league title in the —51 season.
Led by French internationals Marcel Domingo , Antoine Bonifaci , Abdelaziz Ben Tifour , and Jean Courteaux, as well as the Argentine duo of Pancho Gonzales and Luis Carniglia and the Swede Pär Bengtsson , Nice won the league despite finishing equal on points with Lille.
Nice was declared champions due to having more wins 18 than Lille In the league, the club defended its title by holding off both Bordeaux and Lille.
In the Coupe de France final, Nice faced Bordeaux and defeated the Aquitaine club 5—3 courtesy of goals from five different players. Nice continued its solid run in the decade by winning the Coupe de France for the second time in The club, now being led by a young and unknown Just Fontaine , faced southern rivals Marseille and earned a 2—1 victory with Victor Nuremberg and Carniglia scoring the goals.
Carniglia retired from football after the season and began managing Nice. After the campaign, Fontaine departed the club for Stade de Reims.
Three seasons later, Nice won the last title of the decade in The club finished the decade — with four league titles and two Coupe de France trophies.
Nice also appeared in European competition for the first time in the —57 season , losing to Real Madrid in the quarter-finals.
During this time, Nice regularly competed in Division 1 with the exception of two seasons in Division 2 in and In and , Nice achieved a second-place finish in the league, its best finish since winning the league in However, following the latter finish, the club finished in lower positions in the next six seasons and were relegated in the —82 season after finishing 19th.
Nice played three seasons in the second division before returning to the top flight in After six seasons of mid-table finishes, Nice was back in Division 2.
In , Nice, now back in the first division, stunned many after winning the Coupe de France. However, the victory did not shock most French football enthusiasts mainly due to the club's competition in the run up to the final in which Nice faced only Division 2 clubs, save for first division club Bastia.
In the final , Nice defeated Guingamp 5—4 on penalties to earn cup success. On a sourer note, Nice were relegated from the first division only days after winning the Coupe de France in dead last in the league.
The club spent five seasons in Ligue 2 and returned to Ligue 1 for the —02 season. Teddy Boulhendi. William Saliba. Robson Bambu. Andy Pelmard.
Flavius Daniliuc. Stanley Nsoki. Hassane Kamara. Racine Coly. Youcef Atal. Jordan Lotomba. Morgan Schneiderlin. Pierre Lees Melou. Lees Melou.
Hicham Boudaoui. Alexis Trouillet. Amine Gouiri. Alexis Claude-Maurice. Deji Sotona. Rony Lopes. Dan Ndoye. Kasper Dolberg.
Yoan Cardinale Y. Teddy Boulhendi T. William Saliba W. Robson Bambu Robson Bambu. Andy Pelmard A. Dante Dante.
Flavius Daniliuc F. Stanley Nsoki S. Hassane Kamara H. Racine Coly R. Youcef Atal Y. Jordan Lotomba J. Morgan Schneiderlin M. Danilo Danilo. Pierre Lees Melou P.
Hicham Boudaoui H. Alexis Trouillet A. Amine Gouiri A. Alexis Claude-Maurice A. Deji Sotona D. Rony Lopes Rony Lopes. Dan Ndoye Dan Ndoye.
Kasper Dolberg K. Myziane Maolida M. William Saliba Centre-Back. Rony Lopes Right Winger. Morgan Schneiderlin Defensive Midfield.
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