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About AS Monaco Tickets 2024/25

Having emerged as a serious contender in French football over the last decade or so, it's no surprise that interest in AS Monaco tickets has surged significantly in recent years.

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AS Monaco History

The club, under the name Association Sportive de Monaco, was founded in the 1920s and turned professional in 1933. The 1953/54 season was the first in which Monaco took part in the French first division. 10 years later the team had claimed two league titles as well as two Coupe de France crowns, winning a league-cup double in 1963.

The imminent departure of manager Lucien Leduc resulted in Monaco enduring a slump in which the club dropped out of the top flight for a short period of time. Leduc returned as manager in 1976 and he steered Monaco back up to the first division before winning the league title the very next season. His successor, Gérard Banide oversaw a further league triumph in 1982.

Despite frequently competing in international tournaments, the early-to-mid 80s didn't yield much success for AS Monaco. Arsène Wenger was appointed manager in 1987 and the French coach led the team to win the league title in his first season in charge. Wenger remained in the position for seven years, during which time Monaco were serious contenders in French football.

Wenger was the inspiration behind a number of shrewd signings, namely George Weah, Glenn Hoddle and Jürgen Klinsmann. In addition, the likes of Lilian Thuram, Emmanuel Petit and Thierry Henry emerged from the Monaco youth teams to become integral components in the senior team.

Jean Tigana and his successor Claude Puel each guided the team to a league title in 1997 and 2000, respectively. World Cup-winning captain Didier Deschamps took charge of Monaco in 2001 and it was under his tutelage that the club reached the 2003/04 Champions League final. Monaco lost out to José Mourinho's FC Porto though this was still a historic achievement for the Monegasque side.

AS Monaco Today

The club was subject to a takeover by Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev in December 2011, at which time AS Monaco was in the second tier of the French league system.

After earning promotion to the top flight in 2013, Monaco acquired high-profile players such as Radamel Falcao, James Rodríguez and João Moutinho. Seasoned internationals such as Portugal centre-back Ricardo Carvalho and France left-back Eric Abidal also signed for the Monegasque outfit, and the team subsequently finished 2nd in the 2013/14 season.

A sharp recruitment strategy saw Monaco sign players for considerably low transfer fees before selling them on for significant profit margins. Leonardo Jardim was brought in as manager in 2014 and he went on to lead the club to the Ligue 1 title in 2017, its first top-flight triumph in 17 years.

This particular season also saw Monaco progress to the Champions League semi-finals as the trio of Falcao, Kylian Mbappé and Bernardo Silva were integral to the team's success. Les Rouge et Blanc defeated Pep Guardiola's Manchester City via the away-goal rule in the Round of 16, before overcoming German giants Borussia Dortmund in the quarter-finals. Monaco would ultimately lose out to Juventus in the semis, 4-1 on aggregate.

After going five years without Champions League football, Monaco returned to UEFA's premier club competition for the 2024/25 season.

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AS Monaco Famous Football Players

Former France international goalkeeper Jean-Luc Ettori amassed a club-record 754 appearances, having spent the entirety of his 19-year senior career with AS Monaco. Delio Onnis scored a total 223 goals in 278 appearances, making him the club's all-time top goalscorer.

Claude Puel, who served as a midfielder, also played exclusively for Les Rouge et Blanc and he racked up 601 appearances across a 17-year spell, making him the most-capped outfield player in the club's history. Jean Petit is another who spent his entire career at Monaco, and he played 426 times for the first-team.

Of course, since the 2011 takeover, some well-recognised footballers have signed for Monaco. James Rodríguez was one such individual, though he represented the club for just one season before he moved to Real Madrid in a move worth in the region of €75m.

Anthony Martial was sold to Manchester United in 2015, for a transfer fee around €60m. Manchester City later paid a combined €100m for Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy, while fellow Premier League side Liverpool purchased Brazil midfielder Fabinho for a reported €45m.

In 2018 Monaco received an estimated €180m for the transfer of Kylian Mbappé to Paris Saint-Germain, while countryman Thomas Lemar left for Atletico Madrid in a deal worth €70m. Monaco would also earn €80m for French midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni, who switched to Real Madrid in 2022.

AS Monaco Top Managers

  • Lucien Leduc (1958-63; 1977-79)

  • Gérard Banide (1979-83)

  • Arsène Wenger (1987-94)

  • Jean Tigana (1995-99)

  • Didier Deschamps (2001-05)

  • Claudio Ranieri (2012-14)

  • Leonardo Jardim (2014-19)

  • Niko Kovač (2020-22)

AS Monaco Stadium: Stade Louis II

The original Stade Louis II was opened in 1939, and it had a capacity of around 12,000. The sports centre was redeveloped in the 1980s, and reopened in January 1985.

The stadium can hold a capacity of 16,360 spectators, which is almost half the total population of the principality. Home matches typically produce a great atmosphere, and this ground is a must-see not just for Monaco supporters, but for any football fan in the area.

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AS Monaco (ASM) VIP & Hospitality Tickets

For an unforgettable matchday experience, consider browsing our inventory of AS Monaco (ASM) VIP tickets. We scour the ticket market to offer fans an impressive selection of AS Monaco (ASM) hospitality tickets. To view only AS Monaco (ASM) VIP tickets, select the 'VIP' button positioned above the seating chart on the event page.

AS Monaco vs AS Saint-Etienne is their next home match and we're providing VIP tickets starting from $217 on our platform. You'll find 4 AS Monaco (ASM) hospitality tickets for this match on SeatPick.

Frequently Asked Questions about AS Monaco tickets

How to buy AS Monaco (ASM) tickets?

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  3. Once you've found a ticket that meets your requirements, fill in your details at checkout to secure your seat in the stands.

Here on SeatPick, you can choose from 1,991 AS Monaco (ASM) tickets for 34 upcoming events. Their next match on home soil will be AS Monaco vs AS Saint-Etienne, and our platform has availability from $96.

How much are AS Monaco (ASM) tickets?

AS Monaco (ASM) tickets will vary in price depending on the team’s form, the calibre of their opponent, and the section of the stadium you choose to sit. Prices will regularly fluctuate over the course of the season.

On SeatPick, you can purchase tickets starting from $55 to catch AS Monaco (ASM) in action. The average ticket price of AS Monaco (ASM) tickets on our platform is $163.

Where do AS Monaco (ASM) play their home games?

The home matches of AS Monaco (ASM) take place at Stade Louis II in Monaco, Monaco. The maximum capacity of the stadium is 18,523. AS Monaco (ASM)'s next game at Stade Louis II will be AS Monaco vs AS Saint-Etienne, happening on August 18, 2024. For this clash, SeatPick has 24 ticket options for you to choose from.

Is it safe to buy AS Monaco (ASM) tickets on SeatPick?

Undoubtedly, yes. SeatPick exclusively lists AS Monaco (ASM) tickets that have been gathered from trusted ticket vendors, providing a minimum 100% money-back guarantee on every single listing.

How to get cheap AS Monaco (ASM) tickets?

Your first option is to sign up for membership on the AS Monaco (ASM) official site. If you were unsuccessful in buying AS Monaco (ASM) match tickets from the team's page, another avenue for finding cheap AS Monaco (ASM) tickets is to try and time the market on SeatPick. The ticket prices often drop as the event date approaches. Plus, there are times when buying tickets early might land you a sweet deal.

It's remarkably easy to buy cheap AS Monaco (ASM) tickets thanks to SeatPick. Our platform aggregates the entire ticket market in real-time so that AS Monaco (ASM) supporters can secure affordable tickets. Right now, the cheapest AS Monaco (ASM) home tickets on SeatPick are for AS Monaco vs Reims, with prices starting at $81. Stade Louis II will host the match on March 2, 2025, with the cheapest tickets located in Category 2 Zone.

How to buy AS Monaco (ASM) tickets without a membership?

It can be very difficult to buy French Ligue 1 tickets directly from the club if you don’t hold a season-ticket or a membership. In addition, AS Monaco (ASM) membership does not guarantee you a ticket and, when you are successful, you'll be limited to one AS Monaco (ASM) ticket per membership. That means for buying two tickets, you'll need two AS Monaco (ASM) membership cards.

SeatPick can solve this problem for you - our platform is perfect for fans hoping to buy AS Monaco (ASM) tickets as a non-member. Attend any match you want, without signing up for membership, by choosing to purchase your AS Monaco (ASM) tickets via SeatPick.

Currently, SeatPick has a grand total of 500 tickets to see AS Monaco (ASM) at Stade Louis II this season.

AS Monaco Schedule and Cheapest Ticket Prices

DATECITYVENUECHEAPEST TICKET
Aug 18, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$81
Aug 25, 2024LyonGroupama Stadium$63
Sep 1, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$96
Sep 15, 2024AuxerreStade de lAbbe Deschamps-
Sep 22, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$96
Sep 29, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$96
Oct 6, 2024RennesRoazhon Park$61
Oct 20, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$96
Oct 27, 2024NiceAllianz Riviera$81
Nov 3, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$96
Nov 10, 2024StrasbourgStade de la Meinau-
Nov 24, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$81
Dec 1, 2024MarseilleOrange Velodrome$78
Dec 8, 2024MonacoStade Louis II$96
Dec 15, 2024ReimsStade Auguste Delaune$104
Jan 5, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$127
Jan 12, 2025NantesStade de la Beaujoire$60
Jan 19, 2025MontpellierStade de la Mosson$63
Jan 26, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$81
Feb 2, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$81
Feb 9, 2025ParisParc des Princes$90
Feb 16, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$81
Feb 23, 2025Villeneuve d'AscqStade Pierre Mauroy$55
Mar 2, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$81
Mar 9, 2025ToulouseStadium de Toulouse$108
Mar 16, 2025AngersStade Raymond Kopa$66
Mar 30, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$96
Apr 6, 2025BrestStade Francis-Le Ble-
Apr 13, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$128
Apr 20, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$81
Apr 27, 2025Le HavreStade Oceane$69
May 4, 2025Saint EtienneStade Geoffroy Guichard$123
May 11, 2025MonacoStade Louis II$108
May 18, 2025Arrondissement de LensStade Bollaert-Delelis$152

AS Monaco 2024/25 Ticket Prices

Below you can find how the cost of AS Monaco tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. AS Monaco ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand. For the 2024/25 season, the current average AS Monaco ticket price is $95.

EventLowAvgHighPrice Trend
AS Monaco (ASM) vs AS Saint-Étienne$81$193$257
Lyon vs AS Monaco (ASM)$63$78$121
AS Monaco (ASM) vs RC Lens$96$246$282
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Le Havre AC$96$179$257
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Montpellier HSC$96$190$257
Stade Rennais FC vs AS Monaco (ASM)$61$94$139
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Lille LOSC$96$246$282
OGC Nice vs AS Monaco (ASM)$81$120$156
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Angers SCO$96$179$257
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Stade Brestois 29$81$125$217
Olympique de Marseille (OM) vs AS Monaco (ASM)$78$144$217
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Toulouse FC (TFC)$96$197$257
Stade de Reims vs AS Monaco (ASM)$104$124$137
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Paris Saint Germain (PSG)$127$402$642
FC Nantes vs AS Monaco (ASM)$60$110$130
Montpellier HSC vs AS Monaco (ASM)$63$87$110
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Stade Rennais FC$81$125$217
AS Monaco (ASM) vs AJ Auxerre$81$125$217
Paris Saint Germain (PSG) vs AS Monaco (ASM)$90$258$1,516
AS Monaco (ASM) vs FC Nantes$81$125$217
Lille LOSC vs AS Monaco (ASM)$55$68$163
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Stade de Reims$81$125$217
Toulouse FC (TFC) vs AS Monaco (ASM)$108$136$163
Angers SCO vs AS Monaco (ASM)$66$74$102
AS Monaco (ASM) vs OGC Nice$96$265$310
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Olympique de Marseille (OM)$128$284$338
AS Monaco (ASM) vs RC Strasbourg$81$125$217
Le Havre AC vs AS Monaco (ASM)$69$94$107
AS Saint-Étienne vs AS Monaco (ASM)$123$190$295
AS Monaco (ASM) vs Lyon$108$163$217
RC Lens vs AS Monaco (ASM)$152$206$295

Playing At

AS Monaco will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2024/2025 season, if AS Monaco currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full AS Monaco fixture list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your AS Monaco match tickets.

AS Monaco Ticket Prices by Season

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2024-25Stade Louis II$95
2022-23 Stade Louis II$65
2021-22 Stade Louis II$57
2020-21 Stade Louis II$61
2019-20 Stade Louis II$53
2018-19 Stade Louis II$59
2017-18 Stade Louis II$63
2016-17 Stade Louis II$62
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