NB: Stade Didier Deschamps, Cap d'Ail - France and Stade Saint Louis II, Fontivielle - Monaco face each other. The stadiums are separated only by two streets called Avenue du Port in Cap d'Ail - France and Avenue des Guelfes, Fontivielle - Monaco The Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club is a professional football club based in Monaco, but participe in Ligue 1, the top level of French football and affiliated with French Football Federation. Stadiums Ward (locality) Country Opened Capacity Stade Louis II Fontvieille Monaco 1939 16,360 Renovation 25-Jan-1985 Clubs/Competitions: AS Monaco (France) and Finals of the Monaco championships (Challenge du Prince Rainier III and Trophée de Monaco) Stadiums Commune Country Opened Capacity AS Monaco FC Training Center Turbie France Clubs/Competitions: Training of AS Monaco FC Stade des Moneghetti Beausoleil France 1929 no seats Clubs/Competitions: Monaco schools, Challenge du Prince Rainier III and Trophée de Monaco; AS Monaco FC used the stadium until 1939. Stade Didier Deschamps Cap-d'Ail France 12-Sep-2018 300 Clubs/Competitions: US Cap d'Ail (FRA), Cap d'Ail schools (FRA), Monaco schools, AS Monaco FC (France), Challenge du Prince Rainier III, Trophée de Monaco, Monaco National Football Team, 7-a-side and enterprises leagues Stade de la Turbie Turbie France Clubs/Competitions: 5-a-side, 7-a-side leagues Old stadiums Stade Municipal Cap-d'Ail Cap-d'Ail France [current Stade Didier Deschamps] Clubs/Competitions: US Cap d'Ail (FRA), Cap d'Ail schools (FRA), Monaco schools, AS Monaco FC (France), Challenge du Prince Rainier III, Trophée de Monaco, Monaco National Football Team and eenterprises leagues
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