Stade Louis II (1939)

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Stade Louis II
Full name Stade Louis II
Location Fontvieille, Monaco
Owner AS Monaco FC
Operator AS Monaco FC
Capacity 12,000
Opened 1939
Closed 1985
Tenants
AS Monaco FC

Stade Louis II was a multi-use stadium in Fontvieille, Monaco. It was initially used as the stadium of AS Monaco FC matches. It was rebuilt and replaced by a new Stade Louis II in 1985. The capacity of the stadium was 12,000 spectators.

In 1936, Prince Louis II of Monaco awarded Jean-Baptiste Pastor and his company J.B. Pastor & Fils, the commission to build the country's first football stadium.[1] It was finished in 1939.

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  1. ^ "Hélène Pastor- obituary". The Daily Telegraph. 22 May 2014. Retrieved 16 January 2015. 

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Coordinates: 43°43′39.38″N 7°24′56.21″E / 43.7276056°N 7.4156139°E / 43.7276056; 7.4156139