The San Siro Stadium is one of the most famous sports facilities in the world and has become a football legend over the years: with its 75,817 seats, it is the largest in Italy to date. It has always been the home stadium of two of the most successful clubs in the Italian football league: A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale (Inter). The stadium has hosted two World Cups (1934 and 1990) and important Italian and European football matches are played there every year. In addition, since the 1970s it has been the scene of major concerts, welcoming the most important Italian and international artists, including Bob Marley, Bob Dylan and David Bowie in the 1980s, and more recently Bruce Springsteen, U2 and the Rolling Stones.
Founded in 1926 and in 1980 named after the famous Milanese footballer Giuseppe Meazza, the San Siro Stadium is named after the district in which it is located, in the north-west of the city. On the occasion of the 1990 World Cup, the City of Milan decided to undertake a major architectural renovation of the stadium by building a third level. The four corner towers rise up beyond the bleachers to the roof.

A “backstage tour” of San Siro Stadium
The impressive stadium also has a Store and a Museum displaying all kinds of historical objects from the past of AC Milan and Inter Milan. The museum is the first stop on the exclusive “Stadium Tour”, which allows you to enter the areas of the stadium normally reserved for champions: to enter the Milan and Inter dressing rooms, to pass through the mixed zone and walk through the access tunnel to the pitch, at the end of which there is a magical view of the San Siro pitch, to get to the pitchside and the benches, but also to go up to the grandstand and enter the luxurious grandstand of honour where you can enjoy a unique perspective.
Private tours are available upon booking in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and Russian.

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