Olympique Gymnaste Club Nice, commonly referred to as OGC Nice or simply Nice, is a French professional football club based in Nice.
The club was founded in 1904 and currently plays in Ligue 1, the top tier of French football.
Nice plays its home matches at the Allianz Riviera with has a capacity of 36,178.
Nice is managed by former French international Patrick Vieira and captained by Brazilian defender Dante.
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 one time and the Coupe de France three times. It 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 was 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.