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San Siro: Today. Directions, Tickets, Address, Map, Pitch (2022)

Former AC Milan president Piero Pirelli oversaw the construction of San Siro Stadium.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Thursday, 07.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

In 1923, they acquired the former Meazza golf course in the San Siro district of Milan. Inaugurated on 19 May 1926 with a game against Internazionale, it seated 45,000 spectators. The original name referred to the former AC Milan president Piero Pirelli. Stadio San Siro was a stadium built by AC Milan president Piero Pirelli. It was originally named Stadio Guiseppe Meazza after the AC Milan president. The stadium was first inaugurated on May 19, 1926 with a game against Internazionale. It had a capacity of 45,000 spectators and remained in use until 1998. Though a perfectly fine ground, it soon turned out to be too small for the club's increasing number of fans, and so the architect Stacchini was hired to design a complete new stadium.

It underwent extensive renovation in the 1990s, with the north and east stands being replaced by a single, all-seated stand. Stadio San Siro officially opened on September 19th, 1926 with a friendly between Milan and Inter. The stadium initially consisted of four separate stands and could hold 35,000 spectators. It underwent extensive renovation in the 1990s, with the north and east stands being replaced by a single all-seated stand.

The stadium of Milan, San Siro, was first owned by AC Milan, but was sold to the city of Milan in 1935. The city soon enlarged the stadium due to the club's increasing popularity.

Plans were made for a stadium with a capacity of 150,000 spectators, but these plans were eventually scaled back significantly. The redeveloped San Siro opened in 1939 and consisted of one fully enclosed tier.

Until 1945, Milan had been the sole occupant of San Siro stadium. However, they were then joined by Inter who had played at the Arena Civica before.

In 1955, the San Siro stadium got expanded by adding a second tier, which increased its capacity to about 85,000.

In the following decades, San Siro hosted two European Cup Finals: the first in 1965 between Inter and Benfica (a 1-0 win for Inter), and the second in 1970 between Feyenoord and Celtic (a 2-1 win for Feyenoord).

The stadium had earlier been ignored as a playing venue for the 1968 European Championships, but did get selected for Euro 1980. At the same time, it received its officially renamed Stadio Guiseppe Meazza, in honor of the ex-player of both Inter and Milan.

Three first round group matches were hosted at San Siro during the 1980 European championships.

The stadium would be completely renovated, with updated seating, a new roof and exterior walls, and expanded amenities for fans. Italy was awarded the 1990 World Cup a few months after the idea of renovating San Siro was first proposed. Ragazzi, Hoffer, and Finzi believed that this would be the best option for upgrading the stadium. The renovation plan would include updated seating, a new roof and exterior walls, as well as expanded amenities for fans.

The construction of a third tier, a roof that would cover all seats, and eleven cylindrical concrete towers around the stadium were completed. This resulted in the stadium's capacity being 85,700 seats.

The opening match of the World Cup between Argentina and Cameroon was held at San Siro in Milan, Italy on June 15th. Three group matches were played there, including a match between Germany and Czechoslovakia which ended in a 1-0 win for Germany. The round of 16 match took place there on July 7th, with Argentina losing 2-1 to France. The quarterfinal match between Germany and Brazil was also held at San Siro on July 13th and resulted in a 4-1 victory for Brazil.

The stadium underwent further refurbishment in later years, leading to a capacity reduction due to UEFA safety requirements. In 2001, it hosted the Champions League final between Bayern München and Valencia (1-1) and in 2016 the final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid (1-1).

In 2012, Inter announced plans to build a new club-owned stadium. However, when Milan revealed plans to build a new stadium in the Portello area, they decided to renovate San Siro instead. However, Milan's move fell through in 2015 and future plans of both clubs are currently unclear.

(photos of the present San Siro below)

How to get to San Siro

San Siro is located in the west of Milan and is approximately 5 kilometers from Milan's city center and more than 7 kilometers from Milan's central railway station. If arriving by car from the direction of Turin (A4), Genova (A7), or Bologna (Autostrada del Sole), drive to the western ring road (Tangenziale Ovest) and take exit 3 to Via Novara. Signs will direct you from the motorway to the stadium.

If coming from the direction of Venice, take the exit towards the Viale Certosa. After the exit signs will guide you to the stadium.

Does Line M5 pass north of Milan's city centre past Garibaldi station and from most central places a change will be required either at Lotto (red M1 line) or Garibaldi station (green M2 line)? It takes a little under 20 minutes to get from Piazza Duomo to the stadium.

Alternatively, tram 16 can be reached by taking it in the centre of Milan (west of Piazza Duomo), to San Siro Stadio, the last stop on the line. The journey takes about half an hour.

Address: Via dei Piccolomini 5, 20151 Milano

Eat, drink and sleep near San Siro

Still, it makes more sense to eat and drink in the center or in one of Milan's other lively areas, and head to the stadium just for the match. Of course, there are plenty of food stalls around on game day for a quick sandwich. It is not as centrally located as the B&B Hotel Milan San Siro, but it is also a great option if you're looking for a room without breaking the bank. If you prefer to stay the night close to San Siro stadium and are on a budget, then the recently opened B&B Hotel Milan San Siro will be an excellent pick. It is located right next to the stadium. The MI. Style is another budget alternative right near  the stadium. It is not as centrally located as the B&B Hotel Milan San Siro, but it is also a great option if you're looking for a room without breaking the bank.

Near the Lotto metro station there is more variety of hotels, some with more luxury, than there is a short walk from the San Siro Stadium. Some of the best hotels in Milan are Hotel Mélia Milano, Hotel Montebianco, Best Western Hotel Astoria, Hotel Nuovo Murillo, and Hotel Amendola Fiera. Click here for all hotels near San Siro Stadium and here for further options in central Milan.

AC Milan Tickets

Tickets for AC Milan games can be purchased online through the Milan official website, at the branches of the Banca Popolare di Milano bank, at any of the TicketOne sales outlets, or at the Casa Milan ticket office on Via Aldo Rossi in north Milan (the nearest metro is QT8). Tickets are available at the stadium before the start of the match. Milan typically only sell out their home matches against Inter and Juventus, so an ID is necessary to purchase tickets.

Ticket prices come in three categories: C, A, and B. The cheapest C-tier seats start at ?20.00 for a seat at the second tier behind the goal, range to ?40.00 for the cheapest lower-tier seats at the sides, and range further to ?140.00 for a central lower-tier seat at the main stand. The most expensive Category A games range from ?30.00 to ?250.00.

Tickets for the third tier of the auditorium only go on sale if the rest of the tickets are sold out. You can find a seating map here.

Inter Tickets

Tickets for Inter matches can be bought online or in person at any of the Vivaticket sales points around Piazza Duomo, at the San Siro ticket office, or at the Inter Store (opened Thursday to Saturday)? in Milan?s city centre. Tickets are also available at the stadium on the day of the match. Just like Milan, Inter only tend to sell out their derby and match against Juventus, and an identification is always required to purchase tickets.

Regular ticket prices for second tier seats behind the goal range from ?30.00 to ?40.00, while prices for second tier seats at either the sides or in central lower-tier seats range from ?50.00 to ?150.00.

Prices are gradually increased for a number of high-profile matches resulting in prices ranging from $65.00 to $275.00 for the Milan derby. Tickets may be somewhat more expensive if bought on the day at the stadium.

Tickets for the third tier will only be available if the other tiers are sold out. You can find a seating map here.

San Siro stadium tours

The San Siro houses the Inter museum, as well as providing guided stadium tours that include access to the dressing rooms, hospitality areas, and press room. The tours last Thirty to Forty minutes. The museum opens at 9:30 am seven days a week and tours depart regularly within these hours. There are no or only a few tours on matchdays and different opening times can apply for the museum.

Individuals are not required to book tours in advance; however, they can do so through Vivaticket. The tour + museum costs 17 Euros or 7 Euros for access to the museum only.

For more information call +39 02 4042432 or email [email protected]

Photos of San Siro

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Useful Internet links

The official websites of AC Milan, FC Internazionale, and Stadio San Siro are all available at ACMilan.com, Inter.it, and SanSiro.net, respectively. The tourism portal of Milan offers information about public transport as well as ATMs. I paid for him and asked for a refund. Even after talking to four individuals, nothing happened, which is very disappointing. My son had to return home without any pictures, because he's a fan of your team and the stadium. He can answer any questions you ask him about your team.

Very sorry to say that just to get into the stadium to take a few pictures with one of your employees, I was told to pay $16 for my son and also a ticket for me, since I had to go with him. I actually paid for him and then asked for a refund after I was told to pay for me.

After speaking with four individuals, I was disappointed that nothing happened. My son had to return home without any pictures and he is a fan of your team. He can answer any questions you have about your team.

Ghousia Wajid

playing - The discoverer wrote: March 30, 2016 at 3:03 am This was an fantastic experiment to visit the huge Stadium and see AC Milan live playing.

Was fantastic experiment to visit the huge Stadium and see AC Milan live

Wojciech wrote on 8 August 2014 at 7:03 pm: It is a must-see stadium for every fan of football. Despite its age, it is very nice. A walk from the metro takes a short while. Because the stadium is used by two teams, you can see the visible signs of tear and wear. The area is very quiet and I would recommend it to everybody.

It is an important stadium for every football fan. Despite its age, it is in very good condition. A walk from the metro takes a short while. Because the stadium is used by two teams, you can see signs of wear and tear. The area is very quiet, and I would recommend it to everyone.

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