Founded in 1906, Racing Club de Strasbourg played under the German Football Federation during its first years, before joining the competitions organised in France in 1919. During its history, Racing Club won 3 French Cups, 3 League Cups, as well as a French Championship title in 1979.
After an administrative relegation followed by a bankruptcy filing, the RCSA lost its status as a professional club and participated in 2011-2012 in the CFA 2 championship, the 5th level of French football. The club then embarked on a series of promotions (including a double rise from the Nationale to the Ligue 1 Uber Eats) to return to the highest level of French football after only 6 years, in the 2017-2018 season.
In the last ten matches between OGC Nice and Strasbourg, the two teams have shared the points three times. Moreover, the Alsatians have won 5 times, while Nice have only won twice.
In the last match between the two teams, they left back to back at the Allianz Riviera for the 2nd matchday of Ligue 1 Uber Eats 2022-2023, with a score of 1-1. OGC Nice's goal came from the feet of Andy Delort with a penalty (35').
Our midfielder, Morgan Schneiderlin is a pure product of the Strasbourg training centre. After joining Racing at the age of 5, Morgan did all his football education until he played his first match as a professional in 2006, in Ligue 2 BKT against Gueugnon. He then discovered the Ligue 1 Uber Eats during the 2007-2008 season before leaving the French championship for England.
The Meinau stadium is the home of RC Strasbourg Alsace and has a capacity of 26,109 spectators. The distance between the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice and the Meinau stadium in Strasbourg is 542 kilometres
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