This thesis deals with functionalization reactions on the 5,10,15-meso-positions of H3TpFPC, performed with enantiopure substances to achieve chiral corrole and manganese corrole derivatives to investigate self-assembly of these complexes on surfaces like HOPG or Ag(111), due to the stereogenic centres. Possible surface supported catalysis reactions of the manganese corroles are going to be studied via real time measurements at a liquid solid interface with STM. In focus are metalated corroles with possible catalytic properties for electrochemically water splitting reactions. The starting educt H3TpFPC was synthesized according to a solvent-free pathway. The A3-corrole 5,10,15 - tris(3-nitro-4-fluorophenyl)corrole was synthesized for the first time during this thesis and optimized reaction conditions within the solvent-free method were achieved. Further H3TmFPC was synthesized in two different pathways: the water / methanol method and the solvent-free method for moderate reactive aldehydes. SNAr reactions of free base A3-corroles were performed in strong alkaline media. Regioselective trifold-functionalization of H3TpFPC with 2-mercaptopropionic acid was accomplished at RT within a short reaction time, resulting in a high yield. Synthesis with L-lactic acid yielded two-and monofold substituted derivatives, which bear additionally OH on the other para-positions. In reactions with L-alanine the desired threefold substituted product could be synthesized in moderate yields, however the same side products occurred. The two-and monofold functionalized corroles resulted in two isomeric forms, which arose in a ratio of 66 : 34 %. An optimized protocol for amide bond coupling reactions with octadecylamine via EDC HCl / HOBt or HATU as coupling agent was presented. The functionalized macrocycles were transformed in a last step in their manganese derivatives.