Monaco is one of the most successful clubs in French football, having won eight league titles and five Coupe de France trophies. The club has also competed in European football, and were runners-up in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1992 and the UEFA Champions League in 2004.
Monaco played at the original Stade Louis II since its construction in 1939. In 1985, the stadium was replaced with the current iteration, built on a nearby site consisting of land reclaimed from the Mediterranean, which has become a recurring feature of the stadium’s seaside surroundings. The stadium is named after the former Prince of Monaco Louis II and houses a total of 18,500 supporters. The Stade Louis II is noted for its iconic nine arches and has hosted numerous athletic events and European Cup finals. Every August from 1998 to 2012, it hosted each instance of the annual UEFA Super Cup, but from 2013 onward, UEFA decided to rotate the event throughout various stadiums.
AS Monaco Schedule
4 dec: Toulouse- Monaco – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
7 dec: Monaco- Amiens – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
14 dec: Angers- Monaco – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
21 dec: Monaco- Lille – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
1 feb: Nimes- Monaco – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
5 feb: Monaco- Angers – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
8 feb: Amiens- Monaco – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
15 feb: Monaco- Montpellier – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
22 feb: Dijon- Monaco – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
29 feb: Monaco- Reims – Buy AS Monaco Tickets
Getting To Stade Louis II
Stade Louis II is located on the southern border of the little state of Monaco. It is just a 15-minute walk to the stadium from the Royal Palace, and a 30-minute walk from the casino and Monaco’s train station.
Address: Avenue des Castelans 3, 98000 Monaco