Louis II stadium, 7 avenue des Castelans, MC 98000, Monaco Cedex
(+377) 92 05 40 10
105m x 68m
1939 (original) 1985 (current)
White and red
Blue and yellow
The Stade Louis II is a seaside ground which is more than a usual sports ground. The location is the initial fascinating elements of the stadium. Secondly, many of its facilities are located underground. Despite being the stadium for the Monaco national team and AS Monaco FC, Stade Louis II is a relatively small ground with a capacity of less than 20,000. The ground itself is very old having been constructed in the 1930s even though Monaco FC did refurbish the ground in the 1980s.
What is it like for visiting supporters?
The visiting supporters to the Stade Louis II will go into the southernmost corner. They will be located between the Premier Tribune and Populaires goal ends. Before going to the ground, visiting supporters can expect a ton of options in terms of pubs and food places to eat. However, most of the locations will end up being on the expensive side due to the nature of Monaco.
The stadium can be accessed from Italy or France using the A8 motorway. The E80 road hugs the Mediterranean Sea and offers a scenic route to the stadium. The ground is in a convenient location which has more than 40 car parks nearby. The ground also has its own car park. For those coming by air, the Nice Côte d’Azur airport is the closest and it is about 20 km away from the city. It would take around 30 minutes to get from the airport to the ground.
By train or metro
If one decides to get to the Monaco stadium using the train, they would be delighted to know that this is an efficient way of getting to the ground. There is daily train access to the ground from Italy or Nice. The Monaco train station is just a walkable distance away from the ground, but one can also use a bus or taxi.
The pricing of tickets given on various factors like the opposition and seating position. However, it is not very difficult to get tickets for the Monaco FC matches at Stade Louis II. The stadium does not fill out on a regular basis. The tickets would cost around €4 for a seat in the corner, while a place in the main grandstand could end up costing around €25. Despite the popularity of Monaco FC, the club does not manage to sell out for most of the campaign. As a result, tickets can be usually purchased from outside the stadium just before a game.
Paris St Germain
AS Monaco fixture List (redirects you to the BBC site)
The Monaco ground has special facilities for disabled fans, who will be able to make use of wheelchair user spaces that are located in the Level 3. A companion seating is also provided for these fans. These spaces are protected from the elements and the view is unobstructed. Anyone with a disability of more than 80% can purchase tickets at the stadium. There are accessible parking spaces that can provide direct entry to the ground.
All visitors will be provided with the option to tour the stadium. The entry prices for an adult is set at €5.20 whereas a reduced entry price – for children under 12 years, or individuals above 65, or groups of more than 10 – will be applicable at €2.60. The stadium tours will take place at specific times of the day from Monday to Friday. There are five slots applicable from 11:30 AM to 5 PM. During the off-season months, the visitors are allowed from Tuesday to Saturday. The number of slots available are also higher. These tours will cover every aspect of the ground like the seating infrastructure, trophies, and more.
AS Monaco vs UC Sampdoria in 1990
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