Football: Travel and ticket information ahead of Sunday’s Derby de la Côte d’Azur

Anytime that the Rouge et Blancs take on their Côte d’Azur rivals of OGC Nice, the Derby match always causes much excitement amongst local fans and commentators. 

The upcoming Ligue 1 fixture on Sunday 11st February in Nice’s home stadium is no exception, especially as both teams are close to the top of the league’s standings, with AS Monaco placed fifth behind the second-placed Aigles de Nice.  

Tickets for the match purchased via the AS Monaco office cost as little as €10 and can be bought online here. Once purchased, an e-ticket will be generated and this pass, as well as valid ID, is mandatory in order for fans to gain entry to the stadium. The box office will remain open until 10am on the morning of the fixture unless all tickets are sold out ahead of time.  


There is no designated visitors’ parking area at the stadium, but parking is plentiful in and around the site. AS Monaco is also encouraging use of the MuneGo carpooling service.  

Though the game doesn’t start until 8.45pm, the visitor section of the Allianz Riviera stadium will be open from 6.45pm to allow fans to get comfortable. 

In the interests of safety, the relevant authorities have requested that Monaco supporters should avoid the south side of the stadium. Requests of respect for the opposing team, their supporters, the stadium and the local neighbourhood have also been issued.  

Additionally, there is an active AS Monaco WhatsApp group that shares live and up-to-date information on all developments that might concern fans heading to the match. 


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