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Any top 50 university stadium in the US is waaay better than this dump.
Dont get me wrong, I had a nice time watching Falcao, and Mbappe win, but for a team that is leading Ligue 1, in the richest country in the world, why...More
Great location but a poor stadium for such a wealthy principality. Atmosphere okay and home fans friendly enough, experience probably spoilt by the result in all fairness. Would like to visit in the summer months for the full Monaco experience.
There were maybe 5k of people and about 20 of fans who made some noise. I have been games in England and Germany, and you just can't put these in the same category. Even in Finlands 2div games there is better atmosphere.
Champions league. Quite nice looking stadium, but for a football match the seats are quite far away from the field and are very small. Four guys side by side in childrens' seats is not ideal. Fortunately the match was interesting so it didn't bother that...More
Seen some comments elsewhere about tickets and how difficult it is to get them, rubbish! It couldn't be easier,got our e-tickets a couple of weeks in advance and had no problems.
The ground is probably one of the strangest I've been to,narrow streets all around...More
What an evening. If you think of Monaco as being one of the most expensive cities in the world then you can think again when it comes to watching AS MONACO play.
Took my son to watch MONACO v Montpelier.
Front row seats in family...More
Surprisingly French top league football is not very well attended and tickets are quite cheap. In our case we watched Monaco play Montpellier at the Louis II Stadium. Tickets were 10 Euro each, stadium capacity is 18,000 (similar to QPR) and probably 8,000 people were...More