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October 17, 2016

Welcome!

To provide for the ever-growing demand from across the borders, OGC Nice is using its digital platforms to breakdown the language barrier. Welcome to our official website, in English!

Created just a few weeks ago, the Club’s official Italian Twitter account (@ogcnice_ita) feeds the Transalpine hunger for Rouge et Noir news since the arrival of SuperMario in Nice. It has also provided a great way to get back in touch with the city’s origins and a large percentage of its population. La Botte is, today, the second-most connected country for all the latest news about Les Aiglons.

The second-most spoken language in the world, English, is also a must for an emerging club in the football world. That’s why the club is delighted to launch this brand new language version of its website, coinciding with this crucial Europa League match away to Salzburg.

Like its French big brother, the aim of this latest version is to keep you right up to date with this unique football club that is OGC Nice. You will learn everything about the club’s distinctive identity, its past, its present and its future. You will be immersed in the daily life of the Club’s international players Dante, Balotelli, Belhanda, Ricardo, Seri,… as well as the French youth internationals Hassen, Walter, Koziello... You won’t miss a thing about this youngest side in Europe this season, coached by Lucien Favre.

And that’s not all! As well as the new website version, the Club is also launching its official English Twitter account (@ogcnice_eng), with all the Tweets appearing in the right-hand column of the website! It’s the perfect way to stay right up to date with all things Rouge et Noir.

If you’re an English speaker, and already a fan of our Facebook page (@ogcnice), you will also find a number of English posts in the coming weeks.

Want more? The next stop is China, where the Club aims to develop its notoriety and export its youth development savoir-faire, under the direction of the Club’s new Chinese-American shareholders. And all of this, without ever wavering from the Club’s inherent values and DNA.