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Watch AC Milan live at Giuseppe Meazzastadion San Siro

Take the opportunity to see AC Milan play at home at the Giuseppe Meazzastadion San Siro, experience the powerful atmosphere of the place. We will help you find the best rates on AC Milan tickets. Select match for more information and a complete list of all companies that sell tickets and packages to the game you are interested in.

AC Milan - Associazione Calcio Milan, also known as "i Rossoneri, il Diavolo, Casciavit". The club was founded in 1899 in Milano and play their home games at the San Siro with a capacity of 80 018 seats.

Fixtures 2017/2018

5 may
Milan vs Hellas Verona
Giuseppe Meazzastadion San Siro
Serie A
from 50 €
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9 may
Juventus vs Milan
Juventus stadium
Coppa Italia
from 639 €
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20 may
Milan vs Fiorentina
Giuseppe Meazzastadion San Siro
Serie A
from 65 €
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Milan Tickets and travel

Purchase Your Football Tickets Today to Watch the Creative Game of AC Milan.

AC Milan is one of the most successful football teams in the world. Founded in 1899, they won 18 different international trophies. AC Milan are proud of their rich history. They also won seven UEFA champions league titles. The football club is based in San Siro, Milan. The stadium has the capacity of 80,000 people. San Siro is the largest stadium in Italy. Book your football tickets to become a part of the magic called AC Milan. They are also the wealthiest club in the history of world football. The stadium is famous for its intense atmosphere, and you will definitely enjoy it with your family and friends.

Milan is the second largest city in Italy. Milan is considered the main industrial and financial centre of Italy. You can enjoy the city in its fullest potential. The fashion capital of Italy welcomes to celebrate your excitement for football and fashion. Therefore, shopping in Milan can be a thrilling experience to fashion lovers. Milan is famous for different tourist attractions. Milan Cathedral is a must see place in the city. Other interesting places are Piazza Del Duomo and the Royal Palace of Milan. The city's stylish appearance can be seen everywhere. Book your ticket today so you can have the pleasure of visiting one of the most fascinating places in the world. The shape of Milan's historic and new architecture is admired by the millions of people visiting the city every year.

About Milan

Associazione Calcio Milan football club ply their trade in the Italian professional football league. Based in Milan, Italy the club was formed in 1899 by an Englishman. The club hold the distinction, much like rivals Juventus, of playing football in the top flight of Italian football almost since they were formed, in fact, they have only played outside the top flight for 2 seasons.

AC Milan is the most successful team in world football, as such, tickets to see them play are hard to come by. The clubs haul of 18 official UEFA and FIFA trophies is second to none. The club have the distinction of winning every major completion they have been entered into at least once. Domestic success has followed the club for many years having won 19 League titles and 11 Italian cup competitions.

Milan plays their home games at the San Siro Stadium which can seat 80,000 fans. This stadium is also shared with their biggest rivals Inter Milan, this fiercely competitive derby match is one of the most hotly contested and referred to in Italy as the Derby della Madonnina.

Famously, the club is owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and has become one of the wealthiest football clubs in the world and certainly the most valuable in Italian football.

Football tickets to watch home games at the San Siro Stadium can cost between €112 and €60, depending upon the category of the game and your position in the ground.

Milan has so much to offer the would be traveller, as well as clubs, pubs, restaurants, shops and museums there is the world famous Cathedral, Callerie d’italia piazza della Scala and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.