7 October 1917
A total of 48 teams took part in the inaugural edition of the Coupe de France, including Herculis de Monaco, who were defeated 7-0 by Olympique de Marseille in the first round.
17 September 1922
Two years before AS Monaco came into being, Monaco Sports took part in the sixth edition of the Coupe de France. The Monegasques hosted Phocée Club Marseille in the first round, but despite winning 4-0 did not take part in the rest of the competition.
18 December 1932
AS Monaco played host to Belfort in their first appearance in the round of 64. After a goalless draw in the first game, the Monegasques won the replay on Christmas day, before going on to be knocked out by SC Nîmes in the last 32.
24 February 1952
AS Monaco, then playing in the Second Division, pulled off a coup by beating RC Paris (0-1), finalists the previous year. For the first time, the Red & WHites reached the quarter-finals, where they were beaten a few weeks later by LOSC (4-0).
27 April 1958
AS Monaco faced Nîmes in their first ever semi-final appearance in the Coupe de France. The match was played in front of 37,000 fans in Marseille, and the Red & Whites were narrowly beaten (2-1).
15 May 1960
In their first ever final appearance, AS Monaco lifted the Coupe de France for the first time after a memorable match against St-Etienne. After equalising late on through Biancheri, the Red & Whites claimed victory in extra time.
23 May 1963
AS Monaco reached the final again, and this time their opponents were Olympique Lyonnais. The match went to a replay after a goalless stalemate in the first game, and AS Monaco eventually won with second half goals from Cossu and Casolari to secure the first ever league and cup double in the club’s history.
8 June 1974
Then masters of French football, Les Verts of St-Etienne claimed revenge for 1960, securing a 2-1 win in the final against an AS Monaco side that included Delio Onnis – who scored – and Jeannot Petit.
7 juin 1980
Twenty years after the first cup win, AS Monaco lifted the Coupe de France for the third time. Favourites against Second Division outfit Orléans, the Red & Whites avoided a shock to win 3-1.
11 May 1984
In a final between the 2nd and 12th placed sides in the league, the Monegasques started as favourites, but it was Metz who lifted the trophy with a 2-0 win after extra time.
8 June 1985
A year after their disappointment against Metz, AS Monaco were back at the Parc des Princes for another final, this time against local side PSG. A goal from Genghini in the first fifteen minutes was enough to earn the Monegasques their fourth Coupe de France win.
10 June 1989
AS Monaco went down 4-3 against an OM led by Jean-Pierre Papin – who bagged a hat-trick - in one of the greatest finals in the history of the Coupe de France.
8 June 1991
Gérald Passi popped up at the death to secure victory for AS Monaco against OM, in a final that saw the Red & Whites avenge their earlier defeat in superb style. It was the Monegasques’ last Coupe de France win.
28 April 1992
AS Monaco beat Cannes in the semis and were looking forward to a clash with OM, who still had to travel to Bastia. But the tragic events in Furiani meant the final was never played.
1 May 2010
Twenty-five years after the battle of the Parc des Princes, PSG avenged their defeat at the Stade de France in front of 77,000 spectators. Guillaume Hoarau scored the only goal of the game in extra-time. That was AS Monaco’s last final appearance…