OGC Nice have changed technical sponsors to Macron following a five-year stint with Burrda. Last season’s French Ligue fourth placed finishers will wear a three match kit collection from the Italian firm for their 2016/17 domestic and UEFA Europa League seasons.
The four-time French champions’ 2016/17 home and away shirts use a classic polo collared design from Macron. The home jersey is inspired by Les Aiglons primary kit of their 1996/97 Coupe de France-winning campaign. It features OGC Nice’s traditional red and black vertical stripes with a white retro collar. The alternate shirt is predominantly white with a black collar and blocks of red and black on its flank.
Nice’s 2016/17 third kit also uses the same Macron template as the home and away jerseys. It has a more modern feel that the other kits through its orange detailing on the black base of the shirt.
Now under the majority ownership a Chinese and American consortium, OGC Nice kick off their Ligue 1 season against Stade Rennes on August 14.