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Monaco 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

AS Monaco currently play in Ligue 1 where the club are most notably known for wearing red and white halved shirts which are manufactured by Nike. The away kit features two tones of blue with red trim. Currently managed by Leonardo Jardim the club have had several household names play for the club in recent times including Fabian Barthez, Thierry Henry, David Trezeguet, Yaya Toure, George Weah, Jurgen Klinsmann, Christian Vieri, Radamel Falcao, Youri Djorkaeff, James Rodriguez and Javier Saviola.

Monaco Home Kit

AS Monaco were founded in 1924 with a unification of numerous local clubs based in France. The club have one of the most recognisable home shirts in the world where it features a halved red and white design. The club became professional in 1948 and in 1960 the club won their first ever trophy, the Coupe de France.

AS Monaco won the 2012-13 Ligue 2 with ease where they lost just four matches in the season. The club have had a large amount of world class footballers wear their shirt including Radamel Falcao, Jeremy Toulalan, Eric Abidal and many more.

2022/23 Monaco Home Shirt

Familiarity was what the Monaco Kappa 2022/23 home was all about. The traditional diagonal division of the front side between a top red and a bottom white was there for all to see. The angle was sharp, starting from the right-side underarm and finishing just a few inches away from the left corner of the hemline. The raglan sleeves were white but punctuated with red cuffs. At first glance, the red half seemed to display subtle diagonal pinstripes. They were actual phrasing 'RISE. RISK. REPEAT.', the official motto of the club. A v-neckline rounded off the overall look of the jersey.

2021/22 Monaco Home Shirt

Monaco's Kappa home shirt for 2021/22 retains the exact red-white diagonal split on the body's colours from the previous season's primary kit. But the jersey flips the script on the sleeves, which is now red with white details such as the inner panel and the sleeve cuff border. It also moves on from last year's v collar and now goes with a simple round collar, also in white. This Monaco home is the first jersey under new sponsor Etoro.

2020/21 Monaco Home Shirt

The 2020-21 home kit of AS Monaco lives up to the club's identity as Les Rouges et Blancs, with the traditional colours of red and white alternating among the design elements of the shirt. The Monaco badge appears in full colours while kit maker Kappa has its logo in white. Essentially, the main body has a diagonal red-white split starting by the right shoulder. The broad sleeve cuffs and raglan shoulders are white, as well as the v-neck collar and the FEDCOM branding on the front centre. The sides of the body have gold outlines, and the shoulders and cuffs have red Kappas and inverted triangles respectively.

2022/23 Monaco Away Shirt

Monaco's 2022/23 Kappa away sported a clean black look. The only accents added to the shirt were the logos, sleeve cuffs, and hemline edge in carbon grey. The design arguably provided a focused tone, keeping the head in the game while experiencing football emotions in all its myriad forms.

2021/22 Monaco Away Shirt

Monaco's Kappa away shirt for 2021/22 is black for the most part, sporting a dark grey diagonal striping on the front side and red detailings like the cuff border and v collar edges as the secondary colour accents. The carbon-esque look takes inspiration from Formula 1 cars, and the design elements on the front are 55 degrees angled like the colour split on the home shirt. Together with the home jersey, the club's 2021 away is the first under new sponsor Etoro.

2020/21 Monaco Away Shirt

The AS Monaco-Kappa 2020-21 away kit is now available. It has the diagonal design originated by Princess Grace in 1960. The split starts over the right shoulder, with navy blue occupying the left half and yellow the other side. All logos, including the monochrome Monaco badge, are white, and so is the vertical stripe appearing on both laterals. Wide sleeve cuffs and henley neckline feature on the new away shirt. Aside from the outer henley neckline, the shirt has an inner layer of yellow round neck with navy blue pipings. The cuffs have an inverted yellow triangle on their respective sides. Blue shorts and yellow socks complete the away strip.

2020/21 Monaco Third Shirt

The AS Monaco-Kappa third kit for the 2020-21 season is predominantly white with a subtle graphic and red detailing. The midsection up to the bottom half of the body uses a light grey shade to display shots of iconic Monaco monuments like the statue of François Grimaldi, the Louis II stadium and the Sainte Dévote church. Wide cuffs complete the look of the sleeves while the neckline sports a henley cut capped by a red and white narrow collar. The Kappa logos are red and so as the central FEDCOM branding. The Monaco crest on the left chest if fully-coloured.

Monaco play their home games in red and white shirts with white shorts and red socks. The away colours are black shirts with white sleeves, white shorts and black socks. Although the club is in Monaco, it competes in the French football leagues.

The Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club was founded in 1924 as an amateur team and became professional just after World War II in 1948. Monaco play their home games in the 18,500 seater Stade Louis on Avenue des Catelans in Monaco, which is also used for the European Super Cup matches each season.

AS Monaco have been Ligue 1 champions on seven occasions and they famously made the 2004 UEFA Champions League Final in 2004 but lost to Portuguese club FC Porto.

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