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San Siro Stadium
San Siro Stadium

San Siro Stadium

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Sports, American Football Stadium
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Piazzale Angelo Moratti, 20151 Milano MI, Italy
+39 02 4879 8201
http://www.sansiro.net/
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The Stadio San Siro in Milan is one of the most spectacular sports venues in the world. This football stadium, located in the San Siro district of Milan, is home to one of Europe's greatest football ... Read more
teams, A.C. Milan. While in Milan, you need to find your way over to this stadium and get caught up in the action of a football match. Since its construction in 1925, the stadium has continued to evolve and expand its resources. It now has a total capacity of over 80,000, so your football experience is shared with thousands of other football fanatics. Also, the stadium hosts a variety of other events, such as premier boxing matches and musical concerts.

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Philadelphia

One of the most famous stadiums in the world. I couldn't wait to experience the atmosphere when I got my ticket to see Inter Milan v Roma. It was a bit disappointing as it was only about half full, still around 40,000 in attendance. Maybe the heavy rain before the game kept some people away.

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Local from Milan

For football fans, San Siro is like a pilgrimage Sanctuary. The Stadium honored to Giuseppe Meazza (although milanese still preferes to call it San Siro) is the only Arena in the world that host regularly home games for two World Champions Club, AcMilan and Inter.
A soccer only stadium (no annoying track and field course), it offers a first class vision experience despite it has not been renovating for many years.
When there are no games, its worth checking the Museum

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Local from Milan

"La Scala del calcio": for all football lovers that's one of the most famous place in earth. Go for watch a football match (I would reccomend AC Milan, of course...).

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fay

tough to find a way in to the champions league game w/ a scalped ticket, but persevere. they may let you in at half time. definitley worth risking.

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Hobart

Saw Inter Milan vs Napoli. Watchout for dodgy ticket sales around the ground and don't expect anyone to help find your seat. Get there early and avoid seat that are blocked by the perspex barrier in the top tier.

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Grande Riviere Noire

Well, it was a wonderful night where I enjoy the match between AC milan and Lazio~~~

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Frankfurt

I am Very Happy to Visit one of The Gretest Place in Milan & It Is soo Beautiful

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The San Siro is a football stadium located in the San Siro district in Milan, Italy. It is the home of both Associazione Calcio Milan and Football Club Internazionale Milano. On 3 March 1980, the stadium was named in honour of Giuseppe Meazza, the two-time World Cup winner (1934, 1938) who played for Internazionale, and briefly for Milan, in the 1930s and 1940s. It held UEFA five-star stadium status which was superseded by a new system of classification.
Construction of the stadium commenced in 1925 in the district of Milan named San Siro, with the new stadium originally named "Nuovo Stadio Calcistico San Siro" (San Siro New Football Stadium). The idea to build a stadium in the same district as the horse racing track, belongs to the man who then was the president of AC Milan, Piero Pirelli. The architects designed a private stadium only for football, without the athletics tracks which characterized the Italian stadia built with public funds. The inauguration was on September 19, 1926, when 35,000 spectators saw Internazionale defeat Milan 6–3. Originally, the ground was home and property of AC Milan. In 1947 Internazionale became tenants and the two have shared the ground ever since.
As well as being used by Milan and Inter, the Italian national team also plays occasional games there and it has also been used for the 1965, 1970, and 2001 UEFA Champions League finals. The stadium was also used for Internazionale's UEFA Cup finals when played over home and away legs but has never featured since the competition changed to a single final structure in 1997–98.
The stadium underwent further renovations for the 1990 World Cup with $60 million being spent, bringing the stadium up to UEFA category four standard. As part of the renovations, the stadium became all seated, with an extra tier being added to three sides of the stadium. This entailed the building of 11 concrete towers around the outside of the stadium. Four of these concrete towers were being located at the corners to support a new roof which has distinctive protruding red girders.
Inter is in the process of new stadium feasibility studies.
The first Rugby Union international at the San Siro took place when Italy played New Zealand national rugby union team in the 2009 end of year rugby tests.

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It's a beautiful stadium!!!! I been there always on Milan's game.
If you like soccer, don't miss it.
The closer metro station is "Lotto Fiera" (red line). I haven't been in a decision match, so I always bought the tickets there, 30 minutes before the game.

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Rio de Janeiro

Tha famous home of A.C. Milan and Internazionale de Milano. If you're into soccer and there's the season going on, don't miss it. A bit far from the center of the city, take the 16 Tram in cordusio. Normally the tickets are sell in the banks (each team has it bank), days before, not in the date of the match, not in the stadium sorroundings.

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Derby

Stadio Giuseppe Mezza is the official name. Seen both clubs play here A.C and Inter... brilliant!!!

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The home ground of both Internazionale and AC Milan soccer clubs is officially named after the two-time World Cup winner (1934 and 1938), Giuseppe Meazza. But the stadium is more commonly known as "the" San Siro, after the district in which it is located (and the patron saint of Milan).

Although it is originally from 1925 the stadium underwent major modernization for the 1990 World Cup games. It has now three tiers and a capacity of 80.000.

Under the southern terrace, you will find the San Siro Museum. Guided tours (in English) of the stadium are possible in combination with a visit to the museum.

Tickets for AC Milan games are available at the Best Ticket website. Tickets for Inter can be bought at their website or at the few selling point in the city like the Ricordi media stores in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and Il Sipario Mondadori Multicenter at Piazza Duomo.

Completely accessible to the disabled.

Source: Milan City Guide http://app.net/milan-city-travel-guide

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Soccer lovers

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Hamburg

Livingroom of Milan AC and Inter Milan

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Local from Milan

Prova

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beautiful stadium

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FORZA MILANO

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Phoenix

Every great religion needs its cathedral - this is mine.

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Beijing

longing for this spot for more than 10 years

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Local from Milan

La Scala del Calcio, one of the most beautiful stadiums with more tradition in the world. I do not share the thought of those who would need it to be modernized to make it usable outside of football events. If we remain in the experience of watching a football match, San Siro remains world excitement, even if Milan and Inter have not been for a few years the squadrons of the past. And the museum is worth it.

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