With the return of Ligue 1 Uber Eats fast approaching, the Principality club and the Italian brand revealed this afternoon at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco the team’s new third jersey that the Monegasque players will wear this season. For the occasion, several AS Monaco players were present to participate in the unveiling of the jersey.
A jersey called OCEANO
Named OCEANO, this unique white and blue jersey is distinguished by an interplay of color gradients on the front, representing the coast, where the blue of the Mediterranean Sea meets the white of the Riviera sands. This singular white also evokes the color of the stone of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, while the iconic Diagonale of the Club is subtly integrated into the jersey.
It’s thus at once a way for AS Monaco to recall its Mediterranean roots, but also to contribute to raising awareness of the fragility of the marine world and the protection of its biodiversity.
One jersey sold = €5 for the Oceanographic Institute
Continuing the partnership established with the Oceanographic Institute on April 17, Kappa and AS Monaco will undertake to donate €5 for each jersey sold (*), thus supporting the environmental preservation and actions carried out by the Institute. In addition to the traditional sales channels of the Club and Kappa, this jersey will also be available at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco store.
An eco-responsible approach
Just like the Home kit which was recently revealed, the Third kit has the particularity of being made from 100% recycled polyester, meeting criteria for sustainability and use of materials. This new initiative by AS Monaco and Kappa is a continuation of previous actions carried out jointly, such as the use by the AS Monaco x Kappa shop of the government label Commerce Engagé, or even the launch of a collectionn of upcycled products.
(*) Valid with the purchase of a KOMBAT™ OCEANO AS Monaco 2024 jersey in the Oceanographic Institute and AS Monaco stores, or online at shop.asmonaco.com and kappa.fr.
About the Oceanographic Institute:
The Oceanographic Institute, Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation was founded in 1906 by Prince Albert I, a passionate and visionary navigator. Recognized as a public resource, the Foundation has been working for more than a century to advocate for the ocean. To make the ocean understood, loved and protected, the Institute brings together political, scientific and economic decision makers and the general public.
Thanks to the support of its two establishments, the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and the Maison de l’Océan in Paris, the Oceanographic Institute carries out numerous projects on the national and international scene (conferences, exhibitions, educational programs, etc.) aimed at promoting sustainable management of the ocean.
About the partnership between AS Monaco and the Oceanographic Institute of Monaco
Since April, several actions have been carried out, such as a visit to the Oceanographic Museum by players from the AS Monaco Academy and several young players from all over Europe taking part in the I Fenuyëti tournament organized by the Club. This visit served to make them aware of the fragility of the marine world.
The Kids Tour 23/24 will also make a visit there on the occasion of the next edition of the “Fête du Musée”. The implementation of a combined ticket will allow holders of a match ticket to benefit from a reduced rate for entry to the “Temple of the Sea,” offering many opportunities to mix sport with the marine world.