AC Milan Football Match at San Siro – Giuseppe Meazza Stadium: See one of the biggest teams in Italy

Secure your chance to see one of the biggest teams in Italy. Booking in advance is a good idea since this games are very popular, and many times are sold out!

With a capacity for over 80,000 people, San Siro (Giuseppe Meazza) Stadium is the home of the two most important teams in Milan (AC Milan and FC Inter) and it´s one of the most important football stadiums worldwide.


All entrance fees included
Ideal choice for families
Make your own way to the stadium and start to feel the atmosphere as you get there. The streets will be full of Rossoneri (AC Milan fans) and you will start to understand why football is so popular and ingrained in Italian culture. Many world-class players such as Paolo Maldini, Andrea Pirlo, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Shevchenko, Van Basten and Kaká, have played here. With a record of 18 Domestic Titles and 7 Champions Leagues, AC Milan is one of the biggest football teams of all times. The Italian Series A (First Division) is a top-notch European Football Leagues.

It´s a good idea to get to the stadium at least one hour before the kickoff of the game. Upon arrival, once you get seated in comfortable seats in the Longside Section, you will blend in with The Rossoneri and wait for the kickoff with them. You will enjoy watching some of the most important football players in Italy, surrounded by a huge and noisy crowd.

The game is 90 minutes long: it consist of two periods of 45 minutes each (with one 15 minutes half time break in the middle when you can use the toilets, buy some food or drinks at your own expense). You have to take this opportunity if you are a football fan: The experience concludes when the ref ends the game!

Fixture AC Milan 2016/2017
Feb 5 : vs Sampdoria
Feb 19 : vs Fiorentina
March 5 : vs Chievo Verona
March 19 : vs Genoa
April 9 : vs Palermo
April 23 : vs Empoli
May 7 : vs Roma
May 21 : vs Bologna
Please note: Dates of scheduled matches may change – see Additional Information for more details.


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