• OGC NICE vs PARIS SG

    Ligue 1 Uber Eats • Journée 32 ALLIANZ RIVIERA Date to be confirmed

Tickets : OGC Nice - Paris

Founded in 1970, Paris Saint-Germain is the French capital's flagship club and has been the most consistent representative of Ligue 1 Uber Eats on a European scale for a decade. On the national scene, PSG has the most impressive record with 11 French Ligue 1 titles, 14 French Cups, 11 Champions Trophies and 9 League Cups (record for the last 3 mentioned).


In the 2019-2020 season, interrupted by the Covid-19 health crisis, PSG delivered the best European run in its history, reaching the final of the prestigious Champions League. After defeating Real Madrid, Club Brugge and Galatasaray SK in the group stage, and then Dortmund in the last eight, the Parisians met up with the other European clubs still in the running for the Final 8 in Lisbon. Paris Saint-Germain lost the final by the smallest of scores (1-0) to Bayern Munich, thanks to a goal from Coman (59'), after having eliminated Atalanta (in the quarter-finals) and RB Leipzig (in the semi-finals).

Head to head

In the last 10 matches against PSG, the two teams have drawn 3 times, the Gym has lost 5 times and won two.

In the last match against the Parisians, for the 5th day of the Ligue 1 Uber Eats 2023-2024, the Gym travelled to the Parc des Princes for their first win in the capital since 2009. T. Moffi (21' and 68') and G. Laborde (53') helped them win 3-2 that evening.

Notable player

During the summer preceding the 2015-2016 season, Hatem Ben Arfa, free of any contract, signed a year at the Gym during which, the then 28-year-old attacking midfielder finished as the club's top scorer in all competitions with 18 goals in 37 games played. On 10 April 2016, Hatem Ben Arfa scored the first hat-trick of his career for the Gym.

Following this crazy season, Ben Arfa signed a 2-season contract with the capital club, Paris Saint-Germain.

Did you know?

The Parc des Princes has been the home stadium of PSG since 1974 and has a capacity of 47,929 spectators. The distance between the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice and the Parc des Princes in Paris is 685 kilometres by Mèfi.