This shirt is in good condition, we gave it 3 stars out of 5 ! (Check condition details for apparent defects)
Condition details: Tâche à l'avant et bas du maillot gauche abîmé (voir photo).
How our shirts are certified?
Sur The Football Market, we only sell second hand vintage football shirts only. Our philosophy and DNA is to provide these authentic retro jerseys. To determine the conformity of these retro jerseys with our values, each one goes through several verification steps in the hands of our experts. From selection to shipping, each vintage jersey is meticulously evaluated to guarantee its authenticity. All of our online jerseys have gone through this process and are therefore authentic.
How do we rate the condition of the vintage jerseys ?
We've created a system for evaluating our football jerseys with a star system, here's how to interpret them:
5 stars :
Shirt like new, it is kept in mint condition. No stains, bublles, tears or loose threads despite the age of the jersey.
4 stars :
Shirt in very good condition, very well preserved. It may have a slight stain or some bublles but the jersey remains of very good quality. The logos and flocking are in good condition.
3 stars :
Shirt in good condition, it may show some light stains and pilling that remain discreet as to the general condition of the shirt. Logos and flocking may also be slightly faded.
2 stars :
Shirt in an average state, it may present several stains, pilling and light tears. Logos or flocking can also be damaged or even faded.
1 star : Shirt in very average condition, it's damaged. May present large stains, pilling, loose threads or large tears. Suitable for collecting.
How do we measure every dimension of retro jerseys?
The condition of the jerseys can vary from year to year as can the size. Our team takes the necessary measurements in cm (shoulder to shoulder and length under collar) to help you in the right selection of your jersey size. It is important to check all these elements before your purchase so that you can enjoy your retro jersey as soon as you receive your parcel.
How to choose the right shirt size?
In order to choose the right size for your vintage jersey, we recommend that you take into account the measurements detailed in the description. If you have the possibility, compare with one of your jerseys. If the size does not fit you, you have 30 days to return your product.
Are you a fan of OGC Nice? Although the club's record cannot match that of Olympique Lyonnais and other Ligue 1 giants, OGC Nice vintage jerseys have been worn by major football stars such as Renato Civelli, Patrice Evra, Hugo Lloris, Daniel Bravo and Mario Balotelli.
The Football Market gives you the opportunity to purchase some of the OGC Nice's most historic retro jerseys in its history. Emblematic models such as the 1958/1959 season, when this club last won the League 1 championship, stand out.
But among the classic OGC Nice football jerseys, the current ones are also triumphant, such as the red and black striped jersey with Mad-Croc advertising for the 2010-2011 season. For fans, the curious sleeveless shirts in the classic colours of this club from the 2004-2005 season should not be forgotten. These 100 years of history are worth a lot!
The origins of the Nice team go back to July 9, 1904. First called Gymnaste Club, it merged in 1924 with the Gallia Football Athletic Club of Nice, which took its current name: Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice Côte d'Azur.
It is therefore not surprising that fans and collectors all over the world dream of owning the classic OGC Nice jerseys with the number of these players. Totto, Puma and other manufacturers have signed some of their most famous outfits.
As it could not be otherwise, the history of these outfits is linked to Allianz Riviera, a studio whose territory has known all the exploits.
If you want to own an OGC Nice retro football jersey, don't hesitate: The Football Market offers you a golden opportunity to make this dream come true.