Founded in 1924, AS Monaco is the only football club in the Ligue 1 Uber Eats that is not located in France, yet ASM is affiliated to the French Football Federation. Despite this, the club has an impressive track record of 8 French Ligue 1 titles, the latest in 2017, 5 French Cups, 2 Champions Trophies and 1 League Cup.
In 2004, Monaco became the fourth club in the French league to reach a Champions League final, having eliminated Lokomotiv Moscow, Real Madrid and Chelsea FC in the knockout stages. The Monegasques, led by their captain Ludovic Giuly, finally lost the final 3-0 to FC Porto.
Over the last 10 meetings in official competition with AS Monaco, the two teams have drawn 1 time. Gym has won 3 and lost 6.
The last confrontation between the two teams took place at the Stade Louis II, for the 6th day of the Ligue 1 Uber Eats 2023-2024. Our team win 1-0, thanks to a goal from J. Boga (90'+1) and an outstanding performance from M. Bulka, who saved 2 penalties.
On Saturday 07 March 2020, OGC Nice hosted AS Monaco for the 28th day of the Ligue 1 Uber Eats. After Ben Yedder's opening goal (32') for the Monegasques, Kasper Dolberg first equalised with a header (58'), before freeing his team, as well as the whole Nice public, with a subtle deflection at the near post (90+2').
This was the last match in which the Aiglons could count on the support of their fans at the Allianz Riviera, before the Covid-19 health crisis and the closure of the stadiums to the public for more than a season.
Focus on Sofiane Diop:
Originally from Tours, Sofiane Diop was a product of Stade Rennais, where future first team coach Julien Stéphan would more specifically give him his chance then in the reserve team. He signed his first professional contract on 29 June 2018 with AS Monaco.
During the 2022 summer mercato, Sofiane Diop becomes an Aiglon for a record amount for the Gym and reinforces the offensive sector with his talent.
Since 2018 and the under 18s, Sofiane is very regularly called up to the French team through all categories up to the U23s.
The Louis-II stadium is the home of AS Monaco and has a capacity of 18,523 spectators. The distance between the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice and the Louis-II stadium in Monaco is only 18 kilometres.
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