Football in the San Siro Stadium
- Football stadium San Siro
The San Siro stadium "Giuseppe Meazza" is situated in San Siro district. It was built in 1927 and restructured and modernized in 1990 for the World-Cup Italia '90. The stadium consists of three tiers, each of which is divided into 4 different-coloured zones - orange and red for the rectangular zones and green and blue for the curved zones - where 80,000 visitors find place.
At the San Siro stadium in Milan, the two soccer teams AC Milan and Inter Milan play their home matches of the Italian Serie A matches.
Football packages AC Milan and Inter Milan at the San Siro stadium
- Football match Inter at the San Siro Stadium
For the whole football season of the Italy's Premier League Serie A and the finals of the Champions League at the San Siro stadium there ar packages with hotel and ticket available.
The basic Football package includes:
- 3 days with 2 nights in a 3*, 4* star hotel in Milan.
- Ticket for a match of AC Milan or Inter Milan in the San Siro Stadium (The seats are located on the long side in the second ring).
The deluxe Football package includes:
- 3 days with 2 nights in 4* or 5* star hotel in Milan.
- Ticket for a match of AC Milan or Inter Milan in the San Siro Stadium (The seats are located on the long side, preferably in the first ring central.
Football Italy's Premier League Serie A: Inter und AC Milan Request Football Package
Visit the San Siro Stadium
- Visit the Stadium San Siro and Museum Inter&Milan
Milan visitors will have the chance to visit the stadium within a guided tour. The stadium tour also includes a visit to the Football Museum Inter and Milan.
Visit the stadium grounds where world champions played their greatest matches. You get a unique chance to see the tiers and the changing rooms.
The Museum San Siro INTER & MILAN shows the history of the two traditional Milan clubs. Here you find an extraordinary collection of historical objects, original jerseys, trophies and life-size statues of Giuseppe Meazza and other famous champions.Opening hours: daily from 10:00 to 17:00 (times may differ on matchdays)
Milan San Siro Stadium Tour and Museum Milan&Inter Book San Siro Stadium Tour
- Stadium Giuseppe Meazza in San Siro, exterior view
The external towers carry the upper spectator ring and the roof structure. The San Siro stadium is one of the largest in Europe and can accommodate around 83,000 spectators covered seats.
History of the San Siro Stadium Giuseppe Meazza
- Football match at the San Siro stadium
1927, the stadium was built on request of the President of AC Milan, Piero Pirelli.
Multiple modifications and extensions followed: 1939, the curves of the first Ring were built, 1955 the second Ring and 1990 in occasion of the World Cup the 3rd Ring were built and attached a roof structure.
The circumscribing towers of the stadium carry the 3rd ring and the roof structure and serve as staircase to the upper rings.
The stadium has 82,955 seats (including 244 for disabled) in 3 horizontal rings, which are divided into 4 zones. The long sides are colored red (western sector - tribune and the press) and orange (eastern sector), the curves are blue (south curve - Milan fan curve) and green (north curve - fan curve Inter).
In 1980 the stadium was dedicated to the greatest Italian footballer Giuseppe Meazza.
How to get to the San Siro Stadium Giuseppe Meazza
Piazzale Angelo Moratti, Milan
By underground, tram and bus
- M5 (purple underground line) station SAN SIRO STADIUM
- tram n 16 from piazza Fontana in direction SAN SIRO, last stop Piazzale Axum
- bus n 49 from Piazza Tirana in direction LOTTO, stop via Harar
- On the days of the football matches usually there is a shuttle service from Piazzale Lotto (station of the MM1-red underground line)
- From Bologna, Florence, Rome (highway A1 ) get the Western ring road (Tangenziale Ovest), until the junction with the state road 11 (Statale 11) you will reach the stadium directly.
- From Turin (Torino) ( highway A4 ): after the city barrier follow the signs to Venice (Venezia) until you see the junction Milano Certosa get off the highway there and follow the signs Stadium San Siro.
- From Bergamo, Verona, Venice, (highway A4): after the Eastern city barrier (Milano Est) follow the signs in the direction of Turin (Torino) until you reach the junction Milano Certosa get off the highway there and follow the signs Stadium San Siro.
- From Como, Lake Maggiore, Switzerland (highway A8 - A9): after the city barrier follow the road until the sign Milano Certosa and follow the signs Stadium San Siro.
- Parking in front of gate 8 of the San Siro stadium
From Central Station (Milano Centrale) - Porta Garibaldi Station and Lambrate Station
take the underground line MM2 (green line) in direction Famagosta, get out at Cadorna FN station and change into the underground line 5 (purple line) and get out at San Siro station.