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The Giuseppe Meazza Stadium (formally named the San Siro Stadium) is the home of both AC Milan and Internazionale (aka Inter). With a capacity of over 80,000 spectators, it’s Italy’s largest football stadium and one of the biggest in Europe, hosting international fixtures which have included 6 games of the 1990 World Cup. Visitors can watch a match (find tickets here AC Milan tickets and here Inter Milan tickets) or take a tour of the stadium’s museum to learn more about the history of the clubs that play there!
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6 tips for visiting the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium - San Siro

Tribune in the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium | Foto: Flickr, Danilo - CC BY 2.0
Line Up for last-minute tickets to sold-out gamesThe huge stadium is often completely packed with fans, making the atmosphere one-of-a-kind. But if it looks like tickets have sold out online (find tickets here AC Milan tickets and here Inter Milan tickets), don’t despair. Try heading out to the stadium a few hours before the match begins, as last-minute tickets and returns are likely to be sold on the day.
Soccer field at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium | Foto: Unsplash, Tomas Peršolja - CC BY 2.0
Check What’s On Before Booking a TourBefore Champions League matches or other major events, parts of the stadium tour won’t be accessible. Equally, on days after concerts, you might not get a great view of the pitch as the flooring and stage are taken down. Take a look at the events that are on at the stadium to check if an event might prevent you from getting the best experience possible on your tour.
Don’t Forget Your ID!Security is tight at matches, especially when AC Milan play Inter in a local derby - Some tickets might be also personalized. Make sure to bring your ID, and check the regulations for what you can’t bring into the stadium with you so that you have the best experience possible.
Eat Before You Watch a MatchThe food stalls inside Giuseppe Meazza Stadium are pretty expensive and busy, so consider stopping to eat somewhere on your way to the stadium rather than lining up inside. There are also food stalls outside the stadium which are more reasonably priced.
Just Want a Quick Look on the Field?If you’re not sure you want a full tour, or if some members of your party don’t want to spend the money on entry, you can get a peek of field from the official fan shop.
Plan Your EscapeThe crowds on match-days can be huge and it can be a struggle to make it onto the metro back into town. Consider taking a tram or a taxi, or make sure to either leave a little earlier or later than the majority of the crowds.
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium from outside | Photo: Unsplash, Mikta Yo - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Facts and special features

Since 1926 the San Siro stadium has been a distinctive landmark of Milan which was owned by the soccer club AC Milan when it opened. At that time it was named after the district where it was built. In honor of Milan's soccer legend Giuseppe Meazza (two-time world champion, AC Milan and Inter) the stadium was renamed after him.

Home stadium for Inter Milan and AC Milan

Since 1947 the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium has been the home stadium for Milan's top two clubs: FC Internazionale (Inter Milan) and AC Milan. Up to this day both top clubs still play their home games here from time to time also concerts by pop stars such as Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and Beyoncé take place.

Top 10 Europe-wide

With a capacity of up to 80.000 spectators this stadium is one of the largest in Europe and securing its 9th place on the Europe-wide rankinglist. Additionally, it's also the largest stadium in Italy. In terms of UEFA classifications the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium is assigned to cataegory 4 which is the highest possible classification - therefore Champions League matches can here take place.

Little by little

At the time of its construction the stadium had only 10.000 seats to offer and consisted of two stands only. The visitor capacity was increased in 1939 by uniting the stands to a ring. Between the years 1948 and 1955 spectator seatings were added by the construction of a second ring which led to a potential capacity of 100.000 fans. Before the World Cup in 1990 the stadium was renovated once again followed by a roof extension as well as another tier. Due to this remodelling as well as safety reasons all areas were modified to seated zones which ultimately lead to a reduced capacity to around 80.000 feasible spectators.

The demolition?

The Guiseppe Meazza Stadium was to be demolished after 100 years of existence to make way for the new stadium 'The Cathedral'. However, the monument protection authority has now come to the conclusion that the stadium is an architectural heritage site and must not make way for the new arena.

The Cathedral

Although the stadium will not be demolished, city rivals Inter and Milan want to join forces and build the stadium planned for 2021 at a different location. 'The Cathedral' is due to be completed in 2027 and will be the most sustainable stadium in Europe. It will also boast new technical features: The stadium's glass façade will shine in blue (Inter Milan) or red (AC Milan), depending on which club is playing its home match.
Destinguisihing Feature of the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium | Unsplash: Ryan Klaus - CC BY 2.0

Your Museum & Tour Experience

The guided tour of the Giuseppe Meazza stadium is a comparatively cheap alternative to the overpriced match tickets, which can easily cost several hundreds of euro and mostly you can't even get hold of them. This way you can explore the stadium and get a glimpse behind the scenes! The museum is reserved for tour-ticket holders only - learn some more facts about the stadium as well as it's soccer teams.

Tour Duration

Compared to other European stadium tours, this tour is rather on the short side. Nevertheless, you should plan roughly one hour for your visit. Since there is no limit of duration in the museum, true fans of Inter Milan and AC Milan can enjoy here some more time


Do you want to experience all stops of the guided tour? Check for the most prominent game days, if these take place, the tour route might get shortened.
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium at sunrise | Photo: Unsplash, Markus Splisser - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Put Yourself in the Shoes of your Favourite Players

From museum to dressing rooms and fan store - experience these stops on the guided stadium tour. Your first stop: the museum. Take your time and stroll while admiring tricots and newspaper articles of your favourite team. Now the actual tour begins! Your tour guide will lead you to the home teams' locker rooms, followed by the “Mixed Zone”: Find yourself in the player tunnel - let your feet sink into the field, while being surrounded by tribunes. The offical fan store ends your guided tour.
Dressing Room of Inter Milan | Photo: Flickr, Daniel - CC-BY 2.0

Two Different Philosophies

Experience the different philosophies of the home clubs while observing their locker rooms. You'll get a clear sense by only comparing them - Inter Milan's locker room is compared to AC Milan's definitely more sophisticated. Every player of AC Milan has its own seat, because they belive that every individual is important. On the other hand, a communal bench adorns the locker room of Inter Milan. They belive in equality as well as performing as team-players only.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the tour start?

A tour of the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium starts every 20 to 30 minutes. The tour itself begins once you visited the museum. Read more.

Is there a specific tour route?

Yes. Since it's a guided tour, you'll visit all the predetermined stops. Therefore, it is unfortunately not possible to go to the previous stops back, such as the museum. Read more.

Is it possible to visit the San Siro Museum only?

Unfortunately, the acces to the museum is included in the stadium tour only. However, this enables you to places that are else reserved for players only! But you can visit the fan store without doing this tour. Read more.

Which languages are offered for this stadium tour?

This tour is offered in English as well as Italian. If there is a German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and Russian tour guide needed, it must be requested prior booking. Since the route is signposted, no special assistance is needed. Read more.

Are there any parking facilities?

All parking spaces at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium are reserved for guests with a purchased parking pass during match days. These can be purchased at the ticket office “Casa Milan”. Read more.

Is it allowed to take photos and videos of the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium?

During the entire tour you are free to take photos and videos, but they cannot be used for any commercial purpose. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The stadium tour is offered daily as well as on Sundays and public holidays from 9:30 am till 7:00 pm, with the entrance gate closing at 6:00 PM and the last tour departure at 6:15 PM. The fan store is also open during these hours. Please note that opening hours may vary on match and event days.


Tickets for the Giuseppe Meazza Stadion tour cost 30 € on site and can be purchased daily except on match days at the ticket office “Gate 8.


San Siro Stadium
Piazzale Angelo Moratti
20151 Milan MI


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Reduced tour tickets at a price of 23 € are reserved for accompanying persons of physically impaired visitors. Disabled ID card holders are admitted free of charge.

how to get there

The Giuseppe Meazza Stadion can be easily reached by the metro line M5 (purple line). Simply take the bus up the station San Siro. Alternatively, you can reach the stadium by streetcar line 16 to Piazzale Axum up to its terminus or by bus line 49 up to Harar. On match days there is also a shuttle service along the metro stops LOTTO (red line).
Miriam Dewam
Written byMiriam DewamMiriam is keen on traveling and has a passion for photography, which she can enhance through her cross-media studies. She uses her knowledge as well as first hand experience from diverse travels to help other travellers as a content creator at TicketLens.
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