Association Sportive Monaco

Founded on 23 August 1924, AS Monaco is the Principality of Monaco’s professional football club. Run by Russian businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev, the club is coached by Robert Moreno Gonzalez after Leonardo Jardim's dismissal on December 29th, 2019.
Monaco have played in the Ligue 1 Conforama for the past five years, following their 2012/13 Ligue 2 championship-winning campaign. Over the course of their history, the Monegasques have been crowned champions of France eight times, and have won the Coupe de France five times and the Coupe de la Ligue once. They have enjoyed a number of exciting runs in Europe, even reaching the final of the 2004 UEFA Champions League under Didier Deschamps, where they lost to Porto.
Their traditional rivals are Nice, with whom they compete in the Côte d’Azur derby. The hotly contested match-up is the Ligue 1 Conforama’s geographically closest rivalry, with just 20 kilometres separating the two towns.
Monaco are also known for their excellent youth academy, La Turbie, where a number of world-class players have blossomed, such as Lilian Thuram, Emmanuel Petit, David Trezeguet and Thierry Henry. Prior to signing for Paris Saint -Germain, Kylian Mbappé also defended the colours of Monaco. During season 2016-2017, he showcased the full range of his talents in the French League and Champions League, putting in eye-catching displays versus Manchester City, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund.

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Previous encounters

Paris SG - AS Monaco

Paris Saint-Germain welcomed Monaco to the Parc des Princes on April 15th, 2018, the Red and Blue achieved an impressive performance, with a 7 - 1 victory. That result enabled Paris Saint-Germain to clinch their seventh French League title with five matchdays to spare.

This season, both teams played each other at Parc, ending with a 3 - 3 draw, for one of the most beautiful matches of the season. The goalscorers were Neymar JR (two goals), Ben Yedder, Martins and Slimani. The return match in Monaco will take place on Wednesday, January 15th.

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Monaco’s training centre and youth academy is based in La Turbie, a small medieval village of 3,000 inhabitants situated between Nice and Menton. It offers a remarkable environment as well as a beautiful view of the Principality that is extremely popular with tourists.

Stade Louis II boasts a unique design, peaking at 8.35 metres above road level; the pitch actually lies on the roof of a car park. It is a multifunctional arena that contains the club offices, a restaurant, a university and even a petrol station.

Opposed to AS Monaco on Ligue 1 Conforama matchday 33, the Red and Blue were wearing a unique home kit referring to the Notre Dame fire, whick took place on April 15th

Player to watch

Wissam Ben Yedder

Born on August 12, 1990 in Sarcelles, Wissam Ben Yedder began his career in Garge-Lés-Gonesse and then in Saint Denis. At ease in small spaces thanks to his experience in futsal, he then joined the Alforville club (94) before signing for FC Toulouse in 2010. From 2012, Wissam, a key member of the team, will become one of the top scorers in the Ligue 1 Conforama. After 6 years in Toulouse, he joined the Spanish league with Sevilla in the summer of 2016. He scored his first goal with Sevilla in the first day of the Spanish championship against Espanyol Barcelona. In 2017, he became the first Sevilla player to score a hat-trick in the Champions League, and in 2018, the very first Frenchman to score twice against Manchester United, allowing the Sevillans to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals. On August 14, 2019, he signed his return to France by joining AS Monaco

A Franco-Tunisian national, Wissam represents France in the national team. He played his first game against Colombia on 23 March 2018 and scored his first goal for Les Bleus against Andorra on 11 June 2019, a game in which France won 4 goals to 0. 

AS Monaco group team against Paris Saint-Germain

AS Monaco official starting lineup for the travel to Parc des Princes as part of Ligue 1 Conforama matchday 20!

Lecomte, Ballo, Maripan, Glik, Henrichs; Golovin, Bakayoko, Febregas, Gelson Martins, Keita, Ben Yedder

Stade Louis II

Located right in the heart of the Principality, Stade Louis II was officially opened on 25 January 1985. Monaco play their home matches there, but it is also serves as the headquarters of the club and its academy, and hosts a variety of sporting events, such as the world-famous annual Diamond League athletics meet. The stadium is known for its refined architecture and the series of arches that tower over the east stand.


7 Avenue des Castelans

98 000 Monaco 


There are close to 40 car parks available in Monaco, including the Stade Louis II parking facility, which offers preferential rates on matchdays. The club has also helped to launch a carpooling network that helps to organise and facilitate fan journeys within the region.

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  • Deliveroo
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  • Gaussin
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