Nice Score
France Ligue 1
Nimes 2 5
Nice 1 5
1
2
W
Nice 2
Amiens 1 4
2
1
W
Nice 2
Monaco 3
2
0
W
International Club Friendly
VfL Wolfsburg
Nice
8
1
L
Burnley
Nice
6
1
L
Cardiff City
Nice 3
1
0
L
Boavista FC
Nice
0
2
W
Standard Liege 1
Nice 1
2
1
L
Nice 1
Thun 1
1
3
L
PSV Eindhoven 2
Nice 1
2
3
W
Nice Fixtures
France Ligue 1
Nice
Marseille
Rennes
Nice
Montpellier
Nice
Nice Player
# Name Position
3
Gautier Lloris Centre Back
4
Dante Bonfim Costa Centre Back
5
Adrien Tameze Aousta Defensive Midfield
6
Remi Walter Central Midfield
7
Myziane Maolida Centre Forward
8
Pierre Lees Melou Central Midfield
10
Mickael le Bihan Centre Forward
11
Bassem Srarfi Right Wing
12
Coly Racine Left Back
14
Ignatius Ganago Centre Forward
15
Patrick Burner Right Back
16
Yannis Clementia Goalkeeper
18
Ihsan Sacko Attacking Midfield
19
Kephren Thuram-Ulien Defensive Midfield
20
Youcef Attal Right Back
21
Danilo Barbosa da Silva Defensive Midfield
22
Arnaud Lusamba Central Midfield
23
Malang Sarr Centre Back
24
Andy Pelmard Defender
25
Wylan Cyprien Central Midfield
29
Christophe Herelle Centre Back
30
Yoann Cardinale Goalkeeper
31
Vincent Marcel Right Midfield
33
Eddy Sylvestre Midfielder
34
Ibrahim Cisse Midfielder
35
Alexandre Gameiro Midfielder
40
Walter Benitez Goalkeeper
 
EMMANUEL VALLANCE Fitness Coach
 
FREDERIC GIORIA Assistant Coach
 
GUY MENGUAL Assistant Coach
 
Assil Jaziri Attacking Midfield
 
LIONEL LÉTIZI Goalkeeping Coach
 
Patrick Vieira Coach
 
Hicham Mahou Right Wing
 
ALEXANDRE DELLAL Fitness Coach
About Nice
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  • Name: Nice
  • Home Stadium: Allianz Riviera
  • Established Date: 1904
  • Coach: Patrick Vieira
Nice was founded under the name Gymnaste Club de Nice and is one of the founding members of the first division of French football. The club has won Ligue 1 four times, the Trophee des Champions 1 time (1970 when it was known as the Challenge des Champions and the Coupe de France three times. Nice achieved most of its honours in the 1950s with the club being managed by coaches such as Numa Andoire, Englishman William Berry, and Jean Luciano. The club's last honour was winning the Coupe de France in 1997 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 1950s, Nice were among the first French clubs to successfully integrate internationals players into the fold. Notable players include Héctor De Bourgoing, Pancho Gonzales, Victor Nurenberg, and Joaquín Valle, the latter being the club's all-time leading goalscorer and arguably greatest player.