San Siro Stadium, Milan
San Siro Stadium, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Piazzale Angelo Moratti, 20151 Milano, Italy
Ticket Price: 17 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About San Siro Stadium, Milan
This 1926 stadium is home to two teams, A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. The seating capacity of 80,018 makes it one of the largest stadiums in the country and the continent. FIFA and European Cup games have both been held here. Guided tours of the stadium will take you through the places usually off limits to non-players, such as the changing rooms, the mixed zone, the stands, and the tunnel of Champions. You'll also get entrance into the Museum which covers 100 years of football history as it relates to Milan.
San Siro Stadium Information
- No tours on match days.
- Museum entrance from GATE 8
San Siro Stadium Ticket Prices
- Museum: €7.00
- Match tickets: EUR 21 - 200 depending on seating.
Tour + museum:
- €17.00: Adults
- € 12: for 14 and under, 65+ carer of disabled
- Free for under 6, disabled.
San Siro Stadium Opening and Closing Hours
- Guided tours last 40 minutes.
- Museum times: 9:30am-6pm
How To reach San Siro Stadium by Public Transport
- Bus 72 stop Axum - Dessie.
- Tram 16 stop San Siro Stadio M5.
- Subway M5 stop San Siro Ippodromo.
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San Siro Stadium, Milan Reviews - Write a Review
For a football fan, San Siro can be one of the best stadiums in Europe to watch a match. In spite of high capacity, the architecture of stadium makes it possible for everyone to have a good sight over the match field. Organizarion of entrance sectors and security, accessibility and services are at the mid-high standards and in case your team are the winner, can complete your joyful day.
A football temple. Opened in 1926 and last renovated in 1990, it is the most capacious stadium in Italy. The evening competitions are the most evocative and now that the subway arrives near it is also much more comfortable to reach it.
This stadium is so beautiful. You really won't have a bad seat. However, the rows and seats are small and compact, so be careful when in the 2nd and 3rd tiers. There's convenient ticket scanners and barricades to make everything go quick and smooth. The seating attendants are friendly and can speak some English if necessary. And all seats are color coded and numbered so finding your seats will be a breeze. Forza Milan!
One of the very few soccer icon stadiums. Should be on every true fan of the game's bucket list. Even the most beautiful cathedrals undergo renovation, though, and San Siro should be taken care of.
One word. Incredible. The atmosphere was absolutely stunning, the stadium architecture was superior to any stadium I've ever been to. The game that I went to was Inter Milan vs Sampdoria. The experience was awesome (even though Inter lost 2-1 in the final play of the game), other than that I recommend everyone to just even drive by the stadium or take a tour, you won't regret it!!!