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Football packages to Milan

Fixtures 2022 | 2023

5

oct

2022

Chelsea

vs

Milan

Stamford Bridge

Champions League

fr 150 €

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8

oct

2022

Milan

vs

Juventus

San Siro

Serie A

fr 210 €

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22

oct

2022

Milan

vs

Monza

San Siro

Serie A

fr 31 €

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30

oct

2022

Torino

vs

Milan

Stadio Olimpico di Torino

Serie A

fr 104 €

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2

nov

2022

Milan

vs

Red Bull Salzburg

San Siro

Champions League

fr 42 €

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5

nov

2022

Milan

vs

Spezia

San Siro

Serie A

fr 42 €

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13

nov

2022

Milan

vs

Fiorentina

San Siro

Serie A

fr 42 €

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8

jan

2023

Milan

vs

Roma

San Siro

Serie A

fr 73 €

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22

jan

2023

Lazio

vs

Milan

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 110 €

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29

jan

2023

Milan

vs

Sassuolo

San Siro

Serie A

fr 31 €

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5

feb

2023

Inter

vs

Milan

San Siro

Serie A

fr 190 €

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12

feb

2023

Milan

vs

Torino

San Siro

Serie A

fr 31 €

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26

feb

2023

Milan

vs

Atalanta

San Siro

Serie A

fr 58 €

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12

march

2023

Milan

vs

Salernitana

San Siro

Serie A

fr 42 €

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2

april

2023

Napoli

vs

Milan

Stadio San Paolo

Serie A

fr 204 €

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8

april

2023

Milan

vs

Empoli

San Siro

Serie A

fr 42 €

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23

april

2023

Milan

vs

Lecce

San Siro

Serie A

fr 42 €

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30

april

2023

Roma

vs

Milan

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 96 €

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3

may

2023

Milan

vs

Cremonese

San Siro

Serie A

fr 42 €

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7

may

2023

Milan

vs

Lazio

San Siro

Serie A

fr 62 €

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21

may

2023

Milan

vs

Sampdoria

San Siro

Serie A

fr 52 €

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28

may

2023

Juventus

vs

Milan

Juventus stadium

Serie A

fr 526 €

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4

june

2023

Milan

vs

Hellas Verona

San Siro

Serie A

fr 50 €

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About football packages with Milan

AC Milan is one of two great teams in Milan. Milan has a large number of titles from domestic as well as European series and cups. An interesting fact is that Milan is sort of a Swedish team as well. Many Swedes have donned the red and black shirts through the years.

Game tickets for Milan’s home games can be bought either online or in person at the stadium. San Siro is seldom sold out, and it is really only difficult to get tickets when Milan faces Inter or Juventus. If you want to simplify the booking of your football trip to Milan, it is a very good idea to get a package that can include both hotel and flights.

Ac Milan was founded in 1899, and behind it were a few driven Englishmen. Milan is the second most merited club in Italy. Only Juventus has gathered more merits throughout the years. Milan has won 18 Series A titles, 5 Cup titles and seven titles in the European Cup/Champions League, among other things. Among the most significant players in the history of Milan we can mention Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Marco van Basten, Gianni Rivera and, of course, the Swedish trio Gunnar Gren, Gunnar Nordahl and Nils Liedholm (Gre-No-Li).

Other things to do in Milan

There isn’t much to do in the area around San Siro, but if you make your way to central Milan, there is much to choose from. Don’t miss visiting the city’s cathedral or seeing the Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece, The Last Supper.

Briefly about San Siro

In Italy it is much more common for two teams to share a home stadium than in the rest of Europe. In Milan, AC Milan and FC Internazionale share the stadium San Siro, or Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, which is the official name.

San Siro can hold pretty much exactly 80,000 seated spectators. The stadium was inaugurated in 1926 with a game between Milan and Inter. Inter won the game by 6–3. At that time, the spectator capacity was at 35,000. There is no official attendance record, but during the 1950’s the official capacity was 100,000, and it is said that the stadium was filled to the brim on several occasions.

It was the president of Milan, Piero Pirelli, who decided that a new, modern stadium should be built in the neighborhood San Siro in Milan. The stadium was finished in 1926, and during the first years only Milan played their home games there. This was because Inter played their home games at Arena Civica up until 1945.

Many changes were made to the stadium in the 1950’s, but it was ahead of the 1990 Football World Championship that San Siro got the form it has today. Among other things they built another story on three of the stands, constructed a roof to cover the seats, and raised the now classic, cylinder-shaped towers around the stadium.

In 1980 the stadium’s name was officially changed to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, to honor the player with the same name. Meazza was a great legend in Inter and also played two seasons for Milan.

San Siro is at the western edge of Milan. The communications to and from the stadium are relatively good. You have the option of taking the subway, bus, tram or to drive. On game days there is a free bus from the Lotto Fiera station to the stadium. To get to Lotto Fiera you can easily take the subway (red line/line 1).