Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, usually called San Siro, is the home stadium of both AC Milan and Internazionale (also known as Inter Milan). It’s the largest soccer stadium in Italy and has hosted many of soccer’s biggest events including World Cup matches in 1934 and 1990, UEFA Euro matches in 1980, and European Cup finals. The core of the stadium was built in 1925 and was one of the few soccer-only stadiums in the country since most other stadiums also catered for athletics. When it opened in 1926, it belonged to AC Milan exclusively, but the two clubs began sharing the ground in 1947 and have been cohabiting ever since. The stadium was expanded between 1948 and 1955, going from a capacity of 50,000 spectators to 100,000. It was also renovated ahead of the World Cup in 1990, adding an extra tier and ensuring that all areas were seated. The addition of seating and safety regulations lowered the capacity to around 80,000. The stadium was named after Giuseppe Meazza in 1980, the year after his death. Meazza was an icon of soccer in Milan, having played for both AC Milan and Inter, winning two World Cups with Italy in 1934 and 1938 and coaching the national team after his retirement from soccer. The stadium regularly hosts home matches for its two resident teams plus concerts from the likes of Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, Bruce Springsteen, U2, and Madonna. A museum documenting the stadium’s history, and the stories of its two teams, opened in 1996 and features memorabilia, trophies, and other soccer-related exhibits.