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Founded on April 12th, 1937, Nîmes Olympique reached the French first division a few seasons later before enjoying their heyday in the late 1950s/early 1960s, when their fierce rivalry with Stade de Reims moved on to a new level. After finishing runners-up in the 1971/72 season, the club made their UEFA Cup debut the following season, but went out in the first round.
In 2018, and after a period of 25 years spent in the National (France’s third tier) and the second division, Nîmes Olympique were guided back to Ligue 1 Uber Eats by coach Bernard Blaquart, after finishing second behind old foes Stade de Reims. Since February 2021 Pascal Plancque has been named head coach to replace Jerome Arpinon.
The club’s main rivals, however, are Olympique de Marseille, with the two playing out a number of memorable top-of-the-table clashes in the 1970s. Nîmes Olympique's record is composed of one second division title to date. French first division runners-up on four occasions, they have also played in and lost three French Cup finals.
In 1932, Sporting Club Nîmois took part in the first French professional football championship.
The Red and Blue were receiving the Crocos at Parc des Princes on August 11th, 2019, first match of the 2019-20 season. Thiago Silva's teammates have defeated them 3 - 0 with goals from Cavani, Mbappé and Di Maria.
The Parisians have defeated Nîmes 4 - 0 at Stade des Costières on October 16th, 2020, as part of Ligue 1 Uber Eats matchday 7, with goals from Mbappé, Florenzi and Sarabia. On February 3rd, 2021, Paris Saint-Germain was receiving Nîmes Olympique at Parc as part of championship matchday 23. Mauricio Pochettino's men went victorious 3 - 0, with goals from Di Maria, Sarabia and Mbappé.
Since their return to Ligue 1 Uber Eats, Nimes have failed to win against the Parisians.
Opened on February 15th, 1989, and located in the district of the same name, the Stade des Costières once held nearly 30,000 spectators. Subsequently refurbished and reduced in size, it now has a capacity of 15,934. Thanks to Nîmes Olympique’s exciting brand of attacking football, the stadium boasted one of the highest attendance rates in Ligue 2 BKT in 2017-18 season, the team being the best attack in the league.
Situated close to the centre of Nîmes, the Stade des Costières is easily reached by car and by public transport, thanks to the T1 Line of the city’s Tram’Bus service. A shuttle bus service also operates on matchdays.