Sports association of Monaco Football Club
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| founded Club the
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| August 1st 1919
| professional Statute
| bgcolor=#EEEEEE| 1933 - 1934
puis since July 1948 |- | Colors | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Red and white |- | Stage | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Stage Louis II
(18 521 places) |- | Multitude record | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| 20.000 spectators
(March 18th 1992,) |- | Seat | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| AV of Castellans
98000 Monaco |- | President | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Michel Pastor |- | Trainer | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Raymundo Ricardo |- | Player more Wrapped | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Jean-Luc Ettori: 754 matches |- | Better striker | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Delio Onnis : 223 Goals |- | Equipment supplier | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| Puma |- | Web site | bgcolor=#EEEEEE| http://www.asm-fc.com |- |bgcolor=" white" | |bgcolor=" white" | |}
Sports association of Monaco Football Club indicates the professional section of the club of Football of the Principality of Monaco founded in 1919 by fusion of several clubs. The ACE Monaco football will join in 1924 the very new Sports association of Monaco, general sports club, to become about it only the section dedicated to football.
The club chaired by Michel Pastor, Gerard Brianti and Adnan Houdrouge while being vice-presidents, evolves/moves in the championship of France in Ligue 1. The June 5th 2007, Laurent Banide, trainer since the October 23rd 2006, after the setting well off László Bölöni, is not renewed in its functions. The June 7th, Brazilian the Raymundo Ricardo Gums, known as Ricardo, engages for two years with the head of the team.
- League of the Champions :
- Finalist : 2004.
- Cut of Europe of the winners of cut :
- Finalist : 1992.
- Championship of France ( 7 ):
- Champion : 1961, 1963, 1978, 1982, 1988, 1997 and 2000.
- Vice-champion : 1964, 1984, 1991, 1992 and 2003.
- Coupe de France ( 5 ):
- Cut of the League ( 1 ):
- Trophy of the Champions ( 4 ):
- Cut Gambardella ( 2 ):
- Cut Charles Drago ( 1 ):
- Victorious : 1961
Historical reference marks
See also: History of the ACE Monaco FC
the Sports association of Monaco is born on August 23rd, 1924. This general sports club is the fruit of an amalgamation of several sporting companies of the Principality: Swimming Club, Monaco Sport (ex-Herculis, football club emblematic of the Principality founded in 1903, renamed in 1923 Monaco Sport), A.S. Beausoleil, Star of Monaco and Riviera A.C. Champion of the League of South-east in 1933, a.S.M. joined the professional rows. Having of a stage with the standards since 1939 (the stage Louis II, inaugurated on April 23rd, 1939) and a competitive team which removes the championship of the League of South-east in 1948, a.S. Monaco joined the professional rows (1948).
the ASM was essential like one of the clubs headlights of French football. Seven times champions of France, double European finalist (C1 and C2) the ACE Monaco are the third prize list of the French championship. She knew prestigious trainer like, Lucien Leduc, Arsène Wenger or Didier Deschamps, and of the players of big classes of many countries, like Michel Hidalgo, Delio Onnis, Glenn Hoddle, David Trezeguet, Ludovic Giuly or Thierry Henry. The ASM is encrée in the first division since 1977, playing almost each year the top of table.
Better European courses
See also: Historical of the European course of the ACE Monaco
- League of the Champions
- Finalist in 2004
- Semi-finalist in 1994 and 1998
Cut of the cuts
- Finalist in 1992
- Semi-finalist in 1990
- Semi-finalist in 1997
Professional manpower (2007/2008)
In red International players A.
- In blue International players Hopes.
standard Team: 4-4-2
See also: List of the players of the ACE Monaco
- Official site of the club
- the Community of supporters of the club
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