Watch AS Monaco play Paris Saint-Germain for just €45

As night falls on Friday 1st March, AS Monaco will play Paris Saint-Germain, the leaders of France’s top-tier Ligue 1, at home in the Stade Louis II. It is set to be a major meeting, perhaps the biggest for the Rouges et Blancs in the second half of the season, and turnout is expected to be high. 

AS Monaco currently sit third in the Ligue 1 rankings. The side has won just two out of their last five games, having lost out to Toulouse and drawn a further two matches.

Paris Saint-Germain, however, have a cleaner sheet, with three wins and two draws in their last five games. The celebrity status side sit well ahead of second-placed Stade Brestois 29: Paris Saint-Germain have 54 points to Brest’s 43 and Monaco’s 41.  

A handful of seats for the big game are still on sale, with some costing as little as €45 for subscription holders and even €10 for children.  

Tickets can be purchased via the online ticket office, which can be found here, or through the AS Monaco app. Only four seats can be reserved at a time and the names on the tickets must match the ID presented at the stadium on game day.

If you are yet to buy a season ticket or subscription to watch the local Principality side at home, there is currently an offer on for the second half of the season and the 2024/25 season that costs just €269.  

Travel information

For those travelling into the Principality for the game, it is recommended that you arrive well ahead of kick-off. Doors at the Stade Louis II will open at 7pm ahead of the 9pm start.  

Those who use the Munego carsharing app are guaranteed a carparking space while will help other drivers locate an available space. The YOURSMONACO app also identifies carparks in the Principality that have free spaces.  

For fans travelling home by train, the last train back to Nice leaves at 11.20pm and the last train to Menton departs Monaco at 11.14pm. Further information about the SNCF rail services can be found here


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