2012 After the favourable vote of the Board, Dmitry Rybolovlev officially takes office at the presidency of the AS Monaco FC.
1999 Last game of Thierry Henry in the red and white jersey during a confrontation against RC Lens at the Stade Bollaert. Final score 1-1, goal from David Trezeguet's penalty for ASM FC.
1985 First official game at the new Stade Louis II. AS Monaco FC wins 3-0 against RC Lens at the 23rd day of Division 1, it will finish third in the league and win the Coupe de France a few months later.
1996 David Trezeguet makes his first professional match against Paris SG. Two years and a half later, he will be consecrated World Champion with the France national football team!
1992 In the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners’ Cup, AS Monaco FC goes to the Olympic Stadium in Rome to challenge Roma of Aldair, Völler and Hässler. Far from being favourites, the Red and Whites stand up to the Italians and ended up with a draw nil-nil allowing all their hopes for the second leg.
1989 First appearance of Emmanuel Petit in Division 1 during a match against Lens at the Stade Bollaert.
1992 Second leg of the quarter finals of the Cup Winners' Cup against Roma at the Stade Louis II. The five-foot 26 inches- tall, Gil Rui Barros scored with a header the only goal of the match in the 44th minute. ASM is qualified for the semi-finals and hold his first European feat against a big name Calcio. Topped with 20,000 spectators, the Stade Louis II beats that day its attendance record.
2010 Crazy match at Stade Louis II in the quarter-finals of the Coupe de France. Against Sochaux, ASM concede at first a best of goal from Ryad Boudebouz with a lob from 50 meters. Sébastien Puygrenier equalizes, Lukman Haruna gives the advantage to the Red and Whites, but Stéphane Dalmat and Ideye change the course. Sochaux has one foot in the semi-finals, but it is not counting on a final twist. Juan Pablo Pino equalizes after the end of extra time and Moussa Maazou qualifies his team in extra time.
1992 The semi-final of the Cup Winners' Cup takes place at the Stade Louis II where the AS Monaco FC hosts Feyenoord Rotterdam. Robert Witschge opens the scoring in the ninth minute. Patrick Valery equalized fifteen minutes later. ASM avoid the worst, but that draw is not a good deal before going to the Netherlands for the second leg.
1998 AS Monaco FC face a great team of Juventus in the semi-finals of the Champions League. It lost 4-1 at the Stadio Delle Alpi.
2004 If there is a match of legend, that is the one which takes place this evening at the Stade Louis II. The Red and Whites receive the great Real Madrid of Zidane, Beckham, Figo and Raul in the quarter-final of the Champions League. Raul opens the scoring but a double from Ludovic Giuly, including an unforgettable back heel, and a goal from Fernando Morientes against his own club (he was then loan to the ASM by Real Madrid) allow the Red and Whites to make a real feat to reach the semi-finals!
1993 ASM dominates Caen (4-2). Jerome Gnako scores twice, followed by Christian Perez and Patrick Revelles. For the latter, it is his only goal in the red and white jersey, but a goal that account because it is the 2000th scored by AS Monaco FC in Division 1.
2000 AS Monaco FC tilts narrowly against FC Nantes in the semi-finals of the Coupe de France (0-1, Da Rocha goal in the 81st minute). The dream of a second double Championship / Cup France goes away.
1992 AS Monaco FC won his ticket to the final of the Cup Winners' Cup by producing a 2-2 draw on the field of Feyenoord Rotterdam (1-1 in the first leg). George Weah and Gil Rui Barros allow ASM to lead 0-2. The Dutch finally reattach the score ten minutes from the end. The ASM team bend but do not break, it is a historic qualification for AS Monaco FC which is about to play in a European final for the first time.
1998 The miracle did not take place in the second leg against Juventus in the semi-finals of the Champions League. However AS Monaco FC save honour by winning 3-2 (4-1 defeat in the first leg) with goals from Philippe Léonard, Thierry Henry and Robert Spehar.
2003 En demi-finale de la Coupe de la Ligue, l'AS Monaco FC réussit la performance de s'imposer au Stade Vélodrome face à l'Olympique de Marseille devant plus de 40 000 spectateurs. Auteur de l'unique but du match, Dado Prso propulse l'ASM en finale. Un mois plus tard il marquera de nouveau en finale face à Sochaux.
2004 After having triumphed over Real Madrid in the previous round, ASM performs a second feat by beating Chelsea in the semi-finals of the Champions League. The Monegasque team win 3-1 after a 2-2 at Stamford Bridge in the first leg. Goals from Dado Prso, Fernando Morientes and Shabani Nonda overwhelm the Stade Louis II, the jubilation is up to the performance.
1939 Inauguration of the Stade Louis II opposite the Port of Fontvieille. The Palace overlooks the enclosure. Audible from the stadium, Bouna, the elephant of Monaco Zoo becomes the mascot of the club who will be in this stadium until 1985 and in the inauguration of the current Stade Louis II.
1978 ASM is fighting with FC Nantes for the title and receive FC Metz in the penultimate day of the championship. The Red and Whites win 4-0 with four goals from Delio Onnis whose efficiency is impressive! This success allow them to tackle the last day in a strong position to face Bastia four days later. They will win 2-1 with a new goal of Onnis.
1992 The ASM impose penalties against AS Cannes in the semi-finals of the Coupe de France. On May 5, the drama of Furiani unfolds before the semi-finals kick off between Bastia and Marseille. The final will be cancelled.
1995 AS Monaco FC slaughter RC Lens 6-0 at the Stade Louis II. Thierry Henry takes the opportunity to score his first two professional goals before Youri Djorkaeff plays a hat-trick in less than twenty minutes into the second period.
2010 Twenty-five years after the Parc des Princes, ASM and PSG meet again in the final of the Coupe de France, this time at the Stade de France. But if the Red and Whites had won in 1985, the balance tips this time in favour of the Parisians who impose themselves thanks to a goal from Guillaume Hoarau in extra time.
1978 A final victory against Bastia in the Stade Louis II (2-1, goals from Delio Onnis Bernard Gardon) allow the AS Monaco FC to win his third title of Champion of France, fifteen years after the doubled and a year only after his comeback in Division 1. ASM is then the third promoted of the history to become champion after Bordeaux (1949-1950) and St-Etienne (1963-1964). No team has repeated the feat since.
2001 In front of over 78,000 spectators at the Stade de France, ASM loose against Olympique Lyonnais at the end of extra time in the final of the French League Cup. It is a goal of the Swiss Müller at two minutes from the end that end the Red and Whites hopes in this game.
2004 Within a minute the AS Monaco FC was eliminated in the semi-final of the Champions League against Chelsea. The Blues opened the scoring in the 23rd minute and take the lead in the 44th. Their goal scored at the Stade Louis II (3-1 ASM victory) in the first leg propels them into the final, but Monaco's reaction is immediate. Hugo Ibarra reduces mark at the 45th minute and Fernando Morientes equalizes during the game time. Stamford Bridge is petrified, ASM is in the final!
1992 In the final of the European Cup Winners FC Cup at the Stade de la Luz in Lisbon, AS Monaco loose 2-0 to the Werder Bremen of Claus Allofs. The German striker, who scored with OM in the final of the Coupe de France in 1989, opened the scoring just before the break. Rufer marks a second goal just after the break, ASM end his amazing journey with regrets. In the aftermath of Furiani tragedy, this final will go almost unnoticed mediatically.
1984 Favourites against FC Metz in the final of the Coupe de France at the Parc des Princes, the Red and Whites are unable to make a difference in the regulated time. Extra time will be fatal for them. Hinschberger and Kurbos find the flaw, AS Monaco FC loose 2-0. ASM will take its revenge the following year.
1963 AS Monaco FC face Olympique Lyonnais in the final of the Coupe de France (Yves-du-Manoir Stadium in Colombes). Both teams do not manage to decide. Final score 0-0, the final needs to be replayed as required in the regulation.
1960 AS Monaco FC won the Coupe de France, the first title in its history. In the Yves-du-Manoir Stadium in Colombes , the Red and Whites win against St-Etienne 4-2 after extra time thanks to a brace from Serge Roy and two other achievements from Henri Biancheri (who scored the equalizer goal in additional time!) and François Ludo.
2003 AS Monaco FC win the French League Cup by beating far and wide Sochaux at the Stade de France (4-1, doubled of Ludovic Giuly and goals of Sebastien Squillaci and Dado Prso). This is the only title won by Didier Deschamps as the head of the ASM FC, but also the last trophy won by the club.
1994 After playing 754 games with the ASM, including 602 in the league, Jean-Luc Ettori puts an end to his career after nineteen seasons at the highest level and a last victory against Nantes at the Stade Louis II (1 – 0, goal of Gilles Grimandi). He joined the coaching staff immediately afterwards as goalkeeper coach.
1991 The 1-1 draw at Stade Mayol in Toulon would not have remained in history if it had not been for Lilian Thuram playing his first match in the professional level. The defender from Guadeloupe will wear the red and white jersey 193 times before joining AC Parma in 1996.
1963 After a first final with no winner, AS Monaco FC face again Olympique Lyonnais in the final of the Coupe de France, still at the stadium Yves-du-Manoir in Colombes . This time the ASM win 2-0 thanks to Lucien Cossou and Georges Casolari’s goals . The Red and Whites realize that day the only doubled in the club's history.
1997 Last day of Division 1, certain to be crowned champions, the Red and Whites beat the FC Nantes (2-1 goals of John Collins and Sonny Anderson). The Stade Louis II is ecstatic, the public joined the players on the pitch at the end of the game, the celebration is successful.
1963 Three days after his second victory in the Coupe de France, AS Monaco FC win its second league title and the only doubled in its history during the last day of Division 1.
2004 AS Monaco FC lost in the final of the Champions League against FC Porto (3-0) at the Arena AufSchalke in Gelsenkirchen (Germany). More than 20,000 Red and Whites fans made the trip to cheer on the team at the top of the European football.
1961 After a tug of war against RC Paris, the Red and Whites complete the championship by one point ahead of the Parisians. For the first time in its history the AS Monaco FC is champion of France.
1977 AS Monaco FC lose in the final of the Championship of France Division 2 against Strasbourg (2-0 first leg, 1-1 second leg). It reaches even so to Division 1.
1980 The modest formation of Division 2, the U.S. Orleans hold a half-time against AS Monaco FC in the final of the Coupe de France. Roger Marette from Orleans scores against his team in the sixth minute before equalizing in the 24th. Albert Emon gives the advantage to the ASM after the break and Delio Onnis makes it harder shortly after the regulated time. Twenty years after his first success in the Coupe de France, the ASM team won the trophy for the third times.
1985 ASM win its fourth Coupe de France by beating Paris St- Germain in his own field the Parc des Princes . Bernard Genghini scores the only goal of the match in the 14th minute. Logical victory for AS Monaco FC which only conceded one goal throughout the competition played under the two-legged system.
1991 A goal of Gérald Passi at the last minute of the game allows the AS Monaco FC to win against Olympique de Marseille in the final of the Coupe de France at the Parc des Princes. Beaten by the OM in 1989 in that same competition level, ASM take his sweet revenge.
1989 At the end of one of the best finals of the Coupe de France history, AS Monaco FC lose to Olympique de Marseille of Jean-Pierre Papin , author of a fatal hat-trick against the Red and Whites . The doubled of Marcel Dib and the penalty of Manuel Amoros make no difference, with a fourth goal by German Claus Allofs , Olympique de Marseille win 4-3.
1975 Jean- Louis Campora becomes president of the AS Monaco FC. He holds the position for twenty- eight years with five league titles, three cups of France and a European final on top. A remarkable path that has enabled ASM to build one of the best records of French football.
1984 Bruno Bellone scores the second goal for France against Spain in the final of Euro 1984.
2000 Author of a legendary golden goal against Italy in the final of Euro 2000, David Trezeguet gives to France its second title of European champion and perpetuates the tradition that a player trained in AS Monaco scores in finale in every big victory of the Blues (Bruno Bellone in 1984, Emmanuel Petit in 1998).
1998 France triumph versus Brazil in the final of the World Cup. Emmanuel Petit scores the third goal of the match and the thousandth of the history of the France team.
1919 The Association Sportive de Monaco Football was founded by the merger of five entities from the Principality of Monaco and from Beausoleil. Out of these five entities, Herculis was formed in 1903 to play football; it had the honour of taking part in the very first French Cup in 1917. Affiliated with the number 91, the Club is one of the oldest members of the French Football Federation.
1977 ASM celebrate its return to Division 1 with a victory on the football pitch of SC Bastia (doubled of Delio Onnis). It will be champion of France at the end of the season, promoted the third in the history of the D1 to win the championship of France after Bordeaux (1949-1950) and Saint-Etienne (1963-1964).
1962 AS Monaco FC begin a historic season. It does not know it yet, but nine months later it is with doubled Championship / Coupe de France that it will complete a splendid epic.
1924 The company sports Association Sportive de Monaco is based. AS Monaco Football is then absorbed by the latter and becomes the football section of the great club Monaco.
1994 AS Monaco FC is defeated at home in front of the OGC Nice -, but history will record that this is the first professional match of Thierry Henry who has just celebrated his 17th birthday. Less than four years later he became world champion of the team of France.
1933 First professional match in the history of the AS Monaco FC and first victory on the field of AC Nice (2-3). A match that ultimately count for nothing after the withdraw of the Nice team later in the season.
1961 First European match in the club's history against the Scots from Glasgow Rangers.
1994 1000th match of ASM in Ligue 1 against Sochaux.
1999 ASM travel to Scotland for the first round of the second leg for the UEFA Cup against St Johnstone. After having won the first leg 3-0, the Red and White realize a 3-3 draw with goals from Marco Simone and a good play by David Trezeguet. It is the hundredth European match of AS Monaco FC.
1991 Largest European victory of ASM against Swansea (8-0).
1962 Against Valenciennes, Jean-Claude "Pablo" Hernandez is the first goalkeeper in league history to score a goal. AS Monaco FC win 3-1.
1997 1500th match of ASM in L1 against Lens.
1974 Despite a heavy defeat in Marseille (4-1), that 10th day’s match of the championship remain in history. Indeed, Jean-Louis Samuel scores that day the 1000th goal of the AS Monaco FC in Division 1.
2003 One of the greatest match in the history of the Champions League takes place this evening at the Stade Louis II. ASM receives Deportivo La Coruna for an unprecedented offensive match for the first phase. Rothen shows the path from the second minute, Giuly makes it harder in the 11th and Dado Prso comes into play. The Croatian is offered fourfold in 23 minutes (!), Plasil and Cisse finish the job and AS Monaco FC win 8-3 in that crazy game!
1997 ASM win 3-2 against FC Nantes at the Stade Louis II on the 15th day of the season thanks to a goal from Stephane Carnot, a first doubled of David Trezeguet at the professional level. The young striker will offer three doubles and a hat-trick that season, but that match against Nantes will be remembered because it is the 1,000th victory of the AS Monaco FC in all competitions.
1955 Record attendance of the former Stade Louis II
1998 In the 16th round of the UEFA Cup, AS Monaco FC host Olympique de Marseille for the first European clash between two teams in the championship of France. Final score 2-2, David Trezeguet and Ludovic Giuly counter-attack Robert Pires and Titi Camara. The ASM will lose 1-0 at the second leg and will be eliminated from the competition.
2001 Lille succeed in colliding the ASM on the Stade Louis II on the 17th day of the championship. Monaco's second goal from Shabani Nonda’s penalty scored the 2500th goal of the AS Monaco FC in Division 1.
2004 Having already tortured Deportivo a year earlier at the Stade Louis II, AS Monaco FC imposes a real correction to the Galicians in their stadium of Riazor during the first phase of the Champions League. The final score, 0-5 is in favour of the ASM! The scorers Ernesto Javier Chevanton, Gael Givet, Javier Saviola, Maicon and Emmanuel Adebayor write one of Europe's most beautiful pages of ASM.
2011 The arrival of Dmitry Rybolovlev for the presidency of the AS Monaco FC is announced by a press club in anticipation of the final vote of the Board.
1918 A little more than six months before the birth of the AS Monaco FC, the guide of the first Red and Whites success was born. Lucien Leduc led ASM to its first victory in the Coupe de France in 1960, its first title in 1961 and its unique double in 1963 before sailing to other adventures. Returned to the club in 1976, he led the team in Division 1 in 1977 and led the way while being at it to the title in 1978.