Club Profile


Soccer is probably not the reason you will ever go to Monaco, but a game at AS Monaco is a fascinating intersection between the worlds of football and global wealth.

LOCATION: Principality of Monaco

CONTACT:, +377 92 05 37 54, #ASM

NICKNAMES: Rouges et blancs (the red and whites)

Monaco History

AS Monaco, more commonly known as simply Monaco, was founded in 1920 when a number of small local clubs in both France and Monaco joined together to form AS Monaco FC. Four years later the multiple sports club of the Association Sportive de Monaco was founded and it absorbed AS Monaco FC, creating the football section of the Monegasque sporting…

Monaco Rivalries

Historically, Monaco has shared a rivalry with OG Nice, referred to as the Derby de la Côte d’Azur because both teams are located in the French Riviera. This rivalry was born naturally as the clubs are only located 12 miles apart and both have seen domestic success winning league titles and Coupe de…

Monaco Women's Team

AS Monaco Football Feminin was founded in 1976 and has won a number of regional titles.

Monaco Songs

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Monaco Stadium

Monaco play their homes games at the Stade Louis II, which is often recognized for its 9 arches located on the away end of the stadium. The stadium opened in 1985 and replaced the old Stade Louis II. It has a capacity of just over 16,000, which is almost half of the population of the country of Monaco. Indicative of the type of place it is: The…

Going to a Game at Monaco

GETTING THERE: It’s not a bad walk from the main Monaco-Monte Carlo train station — a 25-minute trip through scenic but hilly city streets, along overpasses, up and down escalators and past many cafes and restaurants. Taking bus 80 towards Sporting will knock some of the distance off. PUBS and GRUB: It’s not really a pub kind of…

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