AS Monaco unites thousands of young footballers in spirited ‘Tous au Stade’ celebration

Over the weekend, AS Monaco’s ‘Tous au Stade’ transformed the Stade Louis II into a vibrant arena filled with a record turnout of fans and young supporters, who had come to the Principality to celebrate their passion for the game.  

Hailing from various regions, the enthusiastic crowd of young footballers, estimated to be a record-breaking 5,000 strong, witnessed an electrifying AS Monaco victory over Brest.

But they weren’t just there for the match, as they had come to celebrate the ‘Tous au Stade’ event laid on by AS Monaco, in partnership with the Mediterranean League, Côte d’Azur District and the Italian Monaco Supporters Club, as a way of uniting young football enthusiasts.

The fans represented more than 70 amateur clubs from French departments including the Alpes-Maritimes, Var, Bouches-du-Rhône, Vaucluse, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Hautes-Alpes as well as Italy’s Liguria.

Promoting sportsmanship

AS Monaco has previously collaborated with the Mediterranean League for the ‘Green Card’ project, which is now in its third year. Designed to promote sportsmanship and fair play among amateur players in the region, the initiative recognises players with the “best attitudes” on the field.

Before the match against Brest on Sunday, these players were honoured at the Performance Centre, where they received praise from representatives of the Mediterranean League and AS Monaco.

Strengthening community ties

The ‘Tous au Stade’ event continues to be a resounding success, bringing joy and unity to the hearts of young footballers and their clubs, as well as strengthening the important ties between Monaco’s leading side and the local players of the future.

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Photo credits: AS Monaco