AS Monaco reveal new kit honouring the team’s 100th anniversary

AS Monaco kit

With the Rouge et Blancs turning 100 this year, AS Monaco has announced that its high-performance 2024/25 home kit has taken inspiration from the jerseys worn by the many players who have sported the Principality’s signature colours over the years.  

The redesigned shirt, which is already available for purchase, features elements of AS Monaco’s eight greatest championship campaigns of the last century. 

These tributes begin with the diagonal stripe dreamt up by Princess Grace for the 1960/61 season and the white sleeves worn by the team in the 1962/63 season. There are also the red details from 1977/78, the subtle circle around the crest from 1981/82, the white V-neck from 1987/88 with the added red stripe from 1996/97, the light grey shadow under the diagonal from 1999/00 and the vertical red stripe on the right flank from 2016/17.  

Players Wilfried Singo and Eliesse Ben Seghir sporting the new design. Photo via AS Monaco

“This outfit is a real invitation to step back in time and retrace the seasons that have forged AS Monaco’s success story,” say representatives for the famous club.  

While there are nods to the past aplenty, it should be noted this is a very modern uniform that features the Kombat Pro technology championed by sportswear maker Kappa. It is of the highest quality yet is also very environmentally conscious – the kit is made using 100% recycled polyester.  

The club crest, adorned in its traditional red, white and gold, is located on the heart side of the jersey while the Omini Kappa is applied as a transfer on the other side, with the team’s motto of ‘Daghe Munegu’ stamped inside the collar.  

These jerseys are now available online and in the official store, which can be found at Les Jardins d’Apolline on the Promenade Honore II in Monaco.

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