Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
Stadio Giussepe Meazza, also known as San Siro, was inaugurated in 1926. The stadium underwent its most recent transformation in 1990 with the addition of a third tier, completed in time for the 1990 World Cup. The fully covered, total seating capacity is now about 83.000.
Both teams of the city, Inter and Milan, play like a local in this stadium.
Via Piccolomini 5
How to get there
Metro: Line 5 (San Siro Stadio, San Siro Ippodromo).
Bus: Lines 64, 78, 80, 423, 49.
Train: Lines R16, R17 (San Siro Stadio).
Inter Milan, also known as Inter or Internazionale, is located in the italian city of Milano. Together with AC Milan, they are the most representative teams in the city, and their matches are known as the derby de la Madonnina.
In Italy, Inter is one of the models of national football, and they have won the Serie A 18 times, the Italian Cup 7 times, and the Italian Super Cup 5 times. At the European level, they have also achieved many victories in the UEFA Champions League (3 trophies) and the UEFA Cup (3 trophies more).
Inter is also known as the Nerazzurri, in reference to the blue and black colors of their shirt.
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