OGC Nice 2020/21 Shirt Features The Grenadier
Ligue 1 football team OGC Nice are proudly featuring The Grenadier on all three of their kits for the 2020/21 season.
A Look at the new OGC Nice kit
All Home, Away and Training shirts in the new OGC Nice kit feature the Grenadier’s name. The Home shirt blends the team’s hallmark red and black stripes into black at the neck, to match the black sleeves, shorts and socks. The Away kit is white with red and black detailing, while the ‘Third’ shirt uses the team’s original colours blue and black. All shirts display the words ‘Honneur & Fidelité’ on the inside collar.
OGC Nice looks ahead to next season
The team ground out some vital wins in the later stages of a tough season. Despite a mid-season change in management and a string of injuries, OGC Nice finished in a respectable mid-table position, giving the team and new manager Adrian Ursea a solid foundation to build on. All eyes will be on OGC Nice next season.
More about INEOS football clubs
INEOS is committed to the long-term development of clubs, their players and their staff. The company owns both OCG Nice and Swiss Super League club FC Lausanne Sport. INEOS also works with Racing Club Abidjan of Ivory Coast Ligue One. It’s all part of a global commitment to the beautiful game. INEOS products are used extensively in football, from plastics used in the construction of boots to hand sanitiser that helps in the fight against COVID-19.
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