Nice - OM (CDF)

Sold out for the quarter-finals

It’s full! A ‘sell-out’ in record time. Having gone on sale last Wednesday, all seats were sold for the quarter-final against Marseille less than a week later, on Tuesday evening. 

Galvanised by the Les Rouge et Noir’s performance at the Parc des Princes and the club’s best Coupe de France run since 2011, Les Niçois have have come together to get behind their side as they look to book their place in the semi-final.

The attendance will exceed 33,000 spectators, the commercial capacity of the stadium following the changes made to remove the front rows of the Tribunes Ray and Sud.

Season-ticket holders, guests of the club

Those supporters with league season-tickets were invited to the match, as well as getting priority for purchasing additional tickets. Because a season-ticket is the only way to both guarantee seats for the most popular matches at the stadium, including in other competitions, but also ensure that it is easier for your loved ones to purchase tickets.

On Wednesday evening, there will be no Marseille supporters in the ground. A Prefectural Order was published on the matter. It prohibits all "Olympique de Marseille supporters or any individual behaving as one, from driving around, parking at or accessing the Allianz Riviera".

Practical information

Due to number of supporters expected and the increased security controls, it is recommended that ticket holders look to arrive with plenty of time in order to avoid queues around the ground.

All car parks are in use, including the PMIN, with a free shuttle system in place.

In the same way as last Sunday for Nice - Clermont, the current national restrictions prohibit both refreshment stands and food trucks, but also all food and drink from being consumed inside the stadium. These rules will be lifted from next week.

The Vaccination Pass is required for all over 16s. The Health Pass is obligatory for all adolescents (12-15 years old). Masks are required to be worn by everybody over 6 years old.


Next encounter

Are you too late and haven’t been able to book tickets? Don’t miss Les Aiglons’ next match at the Allianz Riviera: Nice – Angers (Sunday 20 February at 1pm) in the league. Two options are available, either a single ticket, or a pack that combines the match against Angers with the one against Paris SG.