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 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.
With the first round of prestigious Champions League fixtures completed this week, we take a closer look at each club's third and home shirts to be worn throughout the elite of European football this 2016/17 season. Group A PSG - Nike have issued the French giants with an ultra-clean white third [...]
Ligue 1 club Monaco unveil their effortlessly classic away shirt for 2016/17 in an off-white colour-way. Finishing in joint second place last term alongside Lyon however outdone on goal difference, Monaco prepare for next season's away days through revealing their alternative shirt which takes in [...]
French club Monaco have been issued with one of the most iconic shirts for the upcoming 2016/17 season by Nike. Recognised across world football through its powerful red and white diagonally halved body, Monaco's home shirt has once again been composed expertly by kit suppliers Nike who add a mod [...]
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.