Schools

Aéro-Club de Monaco

The Monaco heliport was inaugurated in 1976. Since then, it has become a must for aviation enthusiasts. They can experience flights in standard airplanes, as well as propellor planes, To this day, the Aéro-Club de Monaco remains one of the...


Futsal Federation

Futsal allows players to play in a very respectful and fair environment. Since it is very technical, non-violent and contact between players is not allowed, it is not uncommon for girls and boys to play together. Thus, respect, non-discrimination, perseverance...


L’Etoile de Monaco

Created in 1890, it is one of the oldest gymnastics clubs in the Principality. It now has two sections: gymnastics and trampolining. At the end of the 2011-2012 season, the club had reached 20thplace at national level and 3rd at...


Monaco Basketball Association

The Monaco Basketball Association was founded on 25 November 2009 under the impetus of its current President Eric Elena. The Monaco Basket Association encouraged the practice of basketball both competitively and recreationally. Moreover, since their first official match on 8...


Monaco Karate Federation

Master Sato has been providing strict and rigorous teaching to his students for over 30 years. He was born in 1954 in Akita (Japan), a small town in the north of Honshu Island. Currently, Sensei Sato is 8th DAN and...


Monaco National Fencing Federation

The Sports Society is one of the first in the Principality. It came from the initiative of Coach Jules Prat, and was authorised by decree of his Excellency the General Governor of Monaco, on 9th June 1909. Its purpose? To...


Monaco Sports Association

On 23 August 1924, Monaco Sports Association was authorised by a decree from the Prince’s Government Today, you can practice no less than 22 different sports at the Monaco Sports Association and they have more than 2700 members. Among the...


Monaco Tennis Club

The Tennis Club de Monaco has four outdoor clay tennis courts and a mini-tennis court. These are all lit and can be booked from Monday to Friday from 8am to 8.30pm and on weekends from 8am to 7.30pm. Members have...


MonacoTennis Federation

Thanks to various grants from the Prince’s Government, the City of Monaco, and the Monégasque Olympic Committee, the Federation has been able to increase participation in the sport. As a result, it has around 2,500 members in the Principality, which...


Monégasque Badminton Federation

The Monégasque Badminton Federation, originally called the Monte-Carlo Badminton Federation, was created on Saturday 18 June 2011, upon authorisation from a constitutive general assembly. The Administrative Authorities registered the federation on August 8, 2011. Since then, the federation has established...


Monégasque Boxing Federation

Boxing helps instill values of respect, bravery and perseverance. Since August 2014, Laurent Puons, President of the Monégasque Boxing Federation has taken on the challenge of setting up a completely new sporting entity, with its own rules, its own commissions...


Monégasque Cycling Federation

The Monegasque Cycling Federation (or MCF) was created in 1985. It is a member of the International Cycling Union, the European Cycling Union, the Union Francophone de Cyclisme and the National Olympic Committee. Its President is Umberto Langellotti and its...


Monégasque Federation of Judo and Associated Disciplines

Judo originated in the Principality in 1949, under the impetus of Theresus Imbert and Doctor Louis Orecchia. At that time the club was called Jiu-Jitsu-Club and the activity took place at the former Louis II Stadium in Monaco. The Club...


Monégasque Shooting Federation and First Archery Company of Monaco

The Monégasque Shooting Federation, created in 1921, aims to promote and increase the practice of shooting sports and archery, both competitvely and recreationally. The Federation’s objectives? Educate people about the technical aspects of weapons and ammunition, as well as teach...


Monégasque Table Tennis Federation

The Table tennis section of the Association Sportive de Monaco is affiliated with the Monégasque Table Tennis Federation and the French Table Tennis Federation and participates in the Championships. The Club was created in 1938 and today welcomes players of...


Monégasque Volleyball Federation

The Monégasque Volleyball Federation has existed since 2007. It created the first beach volleyball tournament and later an inter-company tournament and the first beach volleyball academy. The boys’ beach volleyball team was selected for the Youth Olympic Games held in...


Monégasque Wrestling Federation

The purpose of this association, whose registered office is on avenue de Fontvieille in Monaco, is to : Regulate the practice of Olympic Wrestling (Free, Greco-Roman and Female Wrestling being the three types), Celtic Wrestling, Grappling, Beach Wrestling, Traditional Wrestling,...


Monte-Carlo Golf Club

The golf course was created in 1911 and reshaped by the committee in 1983. Overlooking the Principality of Monaco, at an altitude of 900 metres, the course looks as though it is a mountain, right by the sea. The course...


Monte-Carlo Polo Team

Founded in 2012, it is one of the best polo teams in the world. Wearing the colours of the Principality, members participate in international polo tournaments as well as a series of polo tournaments in Monaco. Their captain and patron,...


Monte-Carlo Squash Rackets Club

The squash club of Monaco is located at the Louis II stadium. It has four courts, sports and fitness equipment and a sauna to relax a game. All of the facilities aer available 7 days a week until 9pm, except...


Skating Club of Monaco

The club promotes the ice-based sports, such as, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey and Curling, for professionals as well as amateurs. Thus, the aim of the Skating Club Of Monaco is to: Promote figure skating, synchronised skating, speed skating, short track,...