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Compose your football trips to AC Milan and experience a match in San Siro
Experience passionate Italian football during a football trip to watch AC Milan. Rather surprisingly, the club was actually founded in 1899 by an English lace-maker (Herbert Kilpin) and businessman (Alfred Edwards), among others.
Since 1929-30, the club has played in the top division of Italian football – Serie A – apart from two seasons in the 1980s. And it’s current managed by Gennaro Gattuso, an ex-pro footballer.
AC Milan fans are used to success. In terms of trophies, they’re the second most successful club in world football. They’ve won seven European Cup/
Champons League and brought home a record three Interncontinental Cups and one of its successor, the FIFA Club World Cup.
Be part of the legend of the Rossoneri (Red-Blacks) with a football package to watch AC Milan.
The city Milan
Enjoy Italian culture and passion, party with the international jet set, and experience all the city has to offer with a football trip to Milan.
Few can escape the lure of this metropolis. Tourists are immediately impressed by the huge range of fashion stores in the Quadrilatero della Moda. And whether you’re interested in art, architecture or fine dining, Milan is a city of masterpieces. As well as the beautiful buildings and great works of the Renaissance, you can also dine on authentic Italian pizza, pastries and ice cream. The neighbourhoods around the centre attract colourful yuppies and artists and is where you’ll find wonderful bars, extraordinary restaurants, jazz clubs and fashionable shops.
Stadio San Siro
Experience the Italian soccer legends with a football trip to Stadio San Siro which opened in 1926. Its official name is Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, after the former player who represented both AC Milan and Inter Milan. but commonly called San Siro – and is home to both AC Milan and Inter Milan.
With a capacity of just over 80,000, steep stairs and three stand-tiers it’s also renowned as an authentic Roman arena. Without doubt, it’s an icon for football lovers from all over the world.
Enjoy professional football along with 80,000 other fans at San Siro stadium on a football break to watch AC Milan.