- Address: 7 avenue des Castelans, Monaco
- Country: Monaco
- Capacity: 18,000
- Opened: 25 January 1985
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: AS Monaco (football)
Extra stadium info – Stade Louis-II
The stadium is named after a former prince of Monaco who died in 1949. The venue, which is located in the tax haven of Monaco, hosted UEFA Super Cup matches between 1998 and 2012. The first-ever UEFA Super Cup game at the Stade Louis-II was won by the English side Chelsea FC after beating the Spanish side Real Madrid CF. The former Uruguayan midfielder Gustavo Augusto Poyet Domínguez scored the only goal of the game. 11,000 people attended the match.
AS Monaco became the first sports club from Monaco with 10 million followers on its main social media page. They won the top-flight football league of the French Republic several times. AS Monaco reached the final of the prestigious UEFA Champions League, the European championship for football clubs, in 2004 for the first time in their history. That football season, AS Monaco reached the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League after facing the Greek side AEK, the Spanish side Deportivo de La Coruña and the Dutch side PSV. The club from Monaco drew an average home attendance of 10,000 during that domestic league season.
The road to the final
AS Monaco defeated the Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow from Moscow, the Spanish side Real Madrid from Madrid and the English side Chelsea from London in the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League in 2004. The Portuguese side FC Porto won the UEFA Champions League final in 2004, which took place in the German city of Gelsenkirchen in front of 53,000 spectators. Carlos Alberto Gomes de Jesus scored the first goal of the match, Anderson Luís de Souza scored the second goal of the match and Dmitri Anatolievich Alenichev scored the third goal of the match.