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San Siro

By Football Tripper

Last Updated: August 26, 2019

Stadium Overview

Teams: AC Milan & Inter

Address: Piazzale Angelo Moratti, Milan, Lombardy, 20151

Further Reading

San Siro or The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza has an impressive history having hosted three UEFA Champions League finals and the 1990 World Cup. Shared by rivals Internazionale and AC Milan, this stadium has been at the top flight of Italian football since it was created in 1925, and can boast the largest capacities in all Italy with a massive 80,000 seat venue.

Table of Contents

Stadium Guide

History

Originally known as Nuovo Stadio Calcistico San Siro upon opening in 1926 after the Milanese district it is located in, the stadium was one of the first-purpose built football stadiums in the country and was funded by famous tire entrepreneur Piero Pirelli. The 35,000 capacity ground was inaugurated on 19th September when home side AC Milan hosted Internazionale in a lopsided 6-3 defeat.

In 1947 Inter became co-tenants of the stadium and the two greats of European Football have shared the stadium ever since, with the San Siro being officially renamed as the Giuseppe Meazza in 1980. The legendary Italian striker who was born in Milan played for both the Rossoneri and Nerazzurri although he is usually regarded as more of an icon of Inter having made over 360 appearances across two spells for the club.

For the 1990 World Cup, the San Siro was converted to an all-seater and it was upgraded to the highest category of stadium by UEFA after the addition of an extra tier of seating for three of the four stands. This boosted the capacity up to 83,407 for the event, making the Giuseppe Meazza the second largest stadium in Italy behind the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and ahead of Napoli’s Stadio San Paolo.

The San Siro is set to host the 2015/2016 Champions League final which has prompted many to debate the future of the iconic “Scala del Calcio”.

Whilst it is widely reported that renovations will take place for the event, there is suggestion that A.C Milan could soon leave the stadium and opt to construct a new ground next to their Casa Milan headquarters.

Stands

Giuseppe Meazza is comprised of the following four stands: Green (Curva Nord), Arancio (East), Blu (Curva South) and Rosso (West).

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the stadium.

The Matchday Experience

Best Pubs

The neighbourhood of San Siro where the stadium sits isn’t the nicest area of Milan, and there really aren’t many pubs within close proximity to the stadium which are suitable for the average neutral tourist.

The central area of Milan as marked by the ring-road is full of bars and restaurants at every corner and depending on your starting point you might just want to explore the area and use your judgement.

The area directly around the Duomo is usually heaving with tourists however it is a decent reference point and within a ten minute radius you can find some decent pubs either in the sports bar or Irish Pub mould.

As for food the aforementioned advice regarding pubs pretty much stands as well. Within the side streets of the main square there are numerous restaurants competing for trade with young workers outside trying to tempt you in meal deals and cheap prices.

Once you get to the stadium there are a handful of food trucks which sell some fast-food such as fries and hot-dogs however compared to your average English stadia it was somewhat lacking.

Inside the concourses there are mobile vendors who travel around the stands selling popcorn, biscuits, crisps and what appeared to be tubes of Sambuca.

Club Shop

At the stadium there is the permanent San Siro store which is shared by both Milanese teams as well as a number of temporary stalls and outlets dedicated to each team which open specifically on matchdays. It is usually open between 10.00 am – 5.30 pm.

You should also note that both teams operate a club shop within the city centre of Milan. Inter’s is known as Solo Inter and is located five minutes north of the Duomo and Milan’s is around seven minutes east.

For more information, to check availability of tours or to book your place on the tour either visit this page, phone the museum on +39 024042432 or send an email to [email protected]

Stadium Tours

Fans can now undertake a stadium tour of the San Siro as part of a combined package with the football museum, with tours generally available seven days a week between the hours of 9.30 am – 5.00 pm.

Available in 9 languages the tour is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Milan, and takes in such sacred areas the tunnel, pitchside, changing rooms and the trophy room.

Tours can be available on matchdays for evening kick-offs but only usually between the hours of 9.00 am – 12.00 pm.

Matchday Travel

The San Siro is located approximately 6km north-west from Milan’s historical city centre where the famous Duomo cathedral lies, and is found within the Lombardy region of Northern Italy.

The easiest and most common way to travel to the stadium is via the metro line followed by a walk of around 20 minutes as outlined in the “Metro” section below.

Driving

Driving to the San Siro is fairly straightforward enough due to the out of town location, however as per other large grounds there’s often a lot of congestion before and after the match which can sometimes be enough to put most fans off taking the car.

The address for satnav is as follows:

  • San Siro, Piazzale Angelo Moratti, 20151 Milano, Italy

Car Parks

For around €3.00 you can park at the stadium where there is around 4,000 spaces available to the general public located to the west of the ground.

Some fans prefer to use the car park northwards at the Ippodromo del Galoppo horse racing track. As a back up you can also find some parking available at the Lotto Metro Station.

Metro

Previously the closest station to the San Siro was Lotto on the Metropolitana Linea 1 (the red one) but since April 2015 there is now a dedicated metro stop on the Purple Line 5.

Known as “San Siro Stadio” it opened a few days before the Expo 2015, and it arrived a year in advance for the Champions League final 2016. It is more or less accessible form all major train terminals throughout Milan. The metro maps can be found in every station and are very easy to follow.

Metropolitana di Milano is the name of Milan’s rapid transit system and it is comprised of four lines which run for approximately 94.5 kilometres making it the longest metro system in Italy.

Train

The city of Milan is served by several train stations however the two main ones are Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi.

Central station has high speed lines to Turin and Bologna (Rome and Naples), and Porta Garibaldi generally offers more regional services for commuters although having said that it does have some Eurostar routes to other countries.

Airports and Flying

The largest airport is Milan-Malpensa however it is located 40 kilometres north west of the city and is designed to serve the surrounding Lombardy and Piedmont regions more so than the city of Milan which means it isn’t the most convenient.

Milano Linate is a much better option when travelling however as not only is it closer to the city (just 8km south-east), it is also served by a number of European budget airline carriers which makes a weekend away to watch the football much cheaper than you’d think.

Upon arrival you can catch Bus number 73 outside the terminal which will drop you off at San Babila square which has its own metro station on the MM1 red line.

Hotels

Even if there were lots of hotels close to San Siro (there isn’t) it would be hard to recommend them based on how much more choice there is in the city centre.

The area just outside the main train station (Milano Centrale) is often a decent choice with 15 minute walk to the centre of Milan being a decent compromise between location and price.

StadiumDB .com stadium database

Capacity 81 277
5200 (300 in skyboxes) (Business seats)
223 (Press seats)
244 (Disabled seats)
Country Italy
City Milan
Clubs AC Milan, Internazionale FC Milano
Floodlights 3600 lux
Inauguration 19.09.1926 (AC Milan – Inter FC 3-6)
Construction 1925 – 1926
Renovations 1955, 1990, 2011-2015
Design Alberto Cugini, Ulisse Stacchini
Address Via Piccolomini 5, 20151 Milan

Although today the monumental construction is very impressive, San Siro wasn’t always huge. In 1926 it had a capacity of app. 10,000 people. That changed in 1939, when redevelopment increased it to 55,000. In mid-fifties it became one of few stadiums in Europe to host up to 100,000 spectators and at the same time a sell-out crowd at Italy-Brazil game has set the crowd record. In 1989 capacity went down to 85 000, because despite the stands were enlarged, seats were also installed.

The 1989 redevelopment was also the last major one, done due to World Cup in 1990. 11 spiral staircases were mounted, four of which became support for the roof at the same time. Stadium is covered thanks to huge red thrusses overhanging the seats.

In its history San Siro was the setting of many great games – starting with the derby of Milano and ending with prestigious internationals of Italy, Champions League final and World Cup. Its fame seems everlasting as in recent decades it’s continuously among 10 European venues with largest club attendances. Although neither AC Milan, nor Inter pack the ground to capacity on regular basis, they both draw most fans in Italy.

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  • 20.08.2010 © Simonetta Viterbi (cc: by)
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San Siro

By Football Tripper

Last Updated: August 26, 2019

Stadium Overview

Teams: AC Milan & Inter

Address: Piazzale Angelo Moratti, Milan, Lombardy, 20151

Further Reading

San Siro or The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza has an impressive history having hosted three UEFA Champions League finals and the 1990 World Cup. Shared by rivals Internazionale and AC Milan, this stadium has been at the top flight of Italian football since it was created in 1925, and can boast the largest capacities in all Italy with a massive 80,000 seat venue.

Table of Contents

Stadium Guide

History

Originally known as Nuovo Stadio Calcistico San Siro upon opening in 1926 after the Milanese district it is located in, the stadium was one of the first-purpose built football stadiums in the country and was funded by famous tire entrepreneur Piero Pirelli. The 35,000 capacity ground was inaugurated on 19th September when home side AC Milan hosted Internazionale in a lopsided 6-3 defeat.

In 1947 Inter became co-tenants of the stadium and the two greats of European Football have shared the stadium ever since, with the San Siro being officially renamed as the Giuseppe Meazza in 1980. The legendary Italian striker who was born in Milan played for both the Rossoneri and Nerazzurri although he is usually regarded as more of an icon of Inter having made over 360 appearances across two spells for the club.

For the 1990 World Cup, the San Siro was converted to an all-seater and it was upgraded to the highest category of stadium by UEFA after the addition of an extra tier of seating for three of the four stands. This boosted the capacity up to 83,407 for the event, making the Giuseppe Meazza the second largest stadium in Italy behind the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and ahead of Napoli’s Stadio San Paolo.

The San Siro is set to host the 2015/2016 Champions League final which has prompted many to debate the future of the iconic “Scala del Calcio”.

Whilst it is widely reported that renovations will take place for the event, there is suggestion that A.C Milan could soon leave the stadium and opt to construct a new ground next to their Casa Milan headquarters.

Stands

Giuseppe Meazza is comprised of the following four stands: Green (Curva Nord), Arancio (East), Blu (Curva South) and Rosso (West).

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the stadium.

The Matchday Experience

Best Pubs

The neighbourhood of San Siro where the stadium sits isn’t the nicest area of Milan, and there really aren’t many pubs within close proximity to the stadium which are suitable for the average neutral tourist.

The central area of Milan as marked by the ring-road is full of bars and restaurants at every corner and depending on your starting point you might just want to explore the area and use your judgement.

The area directly around the Duomo is usually heaving with tourists however it is a decent reference point and within a ten minute radius you can find some decent pubs either in the sports bar or Irish Pub mould.

As for food the aforementioned advice regarding pubs pretty much stands as well. Within the side streets of the main square there are numerous restaurants competing for trade with young workers outside trying to tempt you in meal deals and cheap prices.

Once you get to the stadium there are a handful of food trucks which sell some fast-food such as fries and hot-dogs however compared to your average English stadia it was somewhat lacking.

Inside the concourses there are mobile vendors who travel around the stands selling popcorn, biscuits, crisps and what appeared to be tubes of Sambuca.

Club Shop

At the stadium there is the permanent San Siro store which is shared by both Milanese teams as well as a number of temporary stalls and outlets dedicated to each team which open specifically on matchdays. It is usually open between 10.00 am – 5.30 pm.

You should also note that both teams operate a club shop within the city centre of Milan. Inter’s is known as Solo Inter and is located five minutes north of the Duomo and Milan’s is around seven minutes east.

For more information, to check availability of tours or to book your place on the tour either visit this page, phone the museum on +39 024042432 or send an email to [email protected]

Stadium Tours

Fans can now undertake a stadium tour of the San Siro as part of a combined package with the football museum, with tours generally available seven days a week between the hours of 9.30 am – 5.00 pm.

Available in 9 languages the tour is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Milan, and takes in such sacred areas the tunnel, pitchside, changing rooms and the trophy room.

Tours can be available on matchdays for evening kick-offs but only usually between the hours of 9.00 am – 12.00 pm.

Matchday Travel

The San Siro is located approximately 6km north-west from Milan’s historical city centre where the famous Duomo cathedral lies, and is found within the Lombardy region of Northern Italy.

The easiest and most common way to travel to the stadium is via the metro line followed by a walk of around 20 minutes as outlined in the “Metro” section below.

Driving

Driving to the San Siro is fairly straightforward enough due to the out of town location, however as per other large grounds there’s often a lot of congestion before and after the match which can sometimes be enough to put most fans off taking the car.

The address for satnav is as follows:

  • San Siro, Piazzale Angelo Moratti, 20151 Milano, Italy

Car Parks

For around €3.00 you can park at the stadium where there is around 4,000 spaces available to the general public located to the west of the ground.

Some fans prefer to use the car park northwards at the Ippodromo del Galoppo horse racing track. As a back up you can also find some parking available at the Lotto Metro Station.

Metro

Previously the closest station to the San Siro was Lotto on the Metropolitana Linea 1 (the red one) but since April 2015 there is now a dedicated metro stop on the Purple Line 5.

Known as “San Siro Stadio” it opened a few days before the Expo 2015, and it arrived a year in advance for the Champions League final 2016. It is more or less accessible form all major train terminals throughout Milan. The metro maps can be found in every station and are very easy to follow.

Metropolitana di Milano is the name of Milan’s rapid transit system and it is comprised of four lines which run for approximately 94.5 kilometres making it the longest metro system in Italy.

Train

The city of Milan is served by several train stations however the two main ones are Milano Centrale and Milano Porta Garibaldi.

Central station has high speed lines to Turin and Bologna (Rome and Naples), and Porta Garibaldi generally offers more regional services for commuters although having said that it does have some Eurostar routes to other countries.

Airports and Flying

The largest airport is Milan-Malpensa however it is located 40 kilometres north west of the city and is designed to serve the surrounding Lombardy and Piedmont regions more so than the city of Milan which means it isn’t the most convenient.

Milano Linate is a much better option when travelling however as not only is it closer to the city (just 8km south-east), it is also served by a number of European budget airline carriers which makes a weekend away to watch the football much cheaper than you’d think.

Upon arrival you can catch Bus number 73 outside the terminal which will drop you off at San Babila square which has its own metro station on the MM1 red line.

Hotels

Even if there were lots of hotels close to San Siro (there isn’t) it would be hard to recommend them based on how much more choice there is in the city centre.

The area just outside the main train station (Milano Centrale) is often a decent choice with 15 minute walk to the centre of Milan being a decent compromise between location and price.

Сан-Сиро

Подарок Пьетро Пирелли

Футбольный клуб «Милан» из одноименного города был основан в 1899 году и за два десятка лет существования успел поменять уже несколько площадок для своих домашних матчей. Возможно, команда продолжила бы кочевать и далее, но президент «Милана» Пьетро Пирелли спал и видел, как его клуб будет выступать на своем чисто футбольном стадионе.

Как известно, мысли материальны и 1 августа 1925 года в основание нового сооружения был заложен первый камень.

Проект стадиона был разработан архитектором Улиссе Стаччином, а уже самой стройкой руководил инженер Альберто Куджини.

Место было выбрано рядом с городским ипподромом. Строилась арена усилиями всего лишь 120 рабочих. Работы продолжались в течение 13 месяцев и уже 19 сентября 1926 года новый стадион был открыт поединком двух местных клубов «Милана» и «Интера». Победу в этом матче одержали «нерадзури» со счетом 6:3.

Стадион был назван «Сан-Сиро» – в честь района, в котором он расположен, а сам район получил название в честь церкви Святого Сиро. Стоимость работ составила 5 миллионов лир (на сегодняшний день это что-то около 1,8 млн евро).

Стадион был построен на английский манер – состоял из четырех отдельных трибун и изначально был рассчитан на 35 000 зрителей.

При строительстве «Сан-Сиро» было использовано 3,5 тысячи кубических метров песка, 10 тысяч тонн цемента, 1,5 тысячи тонн металлоконструкций.

Первый официальный матч здесь состоялся 6 октября 1926 года в рамках Серии А – Милан принимал «Сампьердаренезе» и вновь уступил – 1:2.

А первый международный матч на «Сан-Сиро» был проведен 20 февраля следующего года – Италия расписала боевую ничью 2:2 со сборной Чехословакии.

Стадион стал местом проведения трех матчей ЧМ-1934.

В 1935 году «Милан» продал арену муниципальным властям, что было продиктовано желанием модернизировать ее, ведь вырученные от продажи средства пошли на увеличение количества мест. Были достроены угловые трибуны, увеличена вместимость боковых, появились комната для судей, туннель для выхода футболистов на поле, клубный магазин, были обновлены раздевалки. Таким образом «Сан-Сиро» превратился в 55-тысячник.

После Второй мировой войны на «Сан-Сиро» перебрался и второй миланский клуб – «Интер», ранее выступавший на «Арене Чивика».

Стадион вновь подвергся реконструкции – был достроен второй ярус трибун, которые стали вмещать 85 000 зрителей.

Торжественное открытие обновленной арены состоялось 26 октября 1955 года, после 12 месяцев работ. А спустя еще 2 года «Сан-Сиро» был оборудован искусственным освещением – после возведения четырех 13-метровых мачт.

Электронное табло появилось здесь в 1967 году. Также в середине 60-х в окрестностях стадиона была открыта станция метро.

3 марта 1980 года стадион был переименован в «Джузеппе Меацца» – в честь легендарного игрока «Интера» (в первую очередь) и «Милана», скончавшегося годом ранее.

В 1986 году «Сан-Сиро» (это название более известно и сейчас, несмотря на неофициальный статус) получил характерную раскраску сидений – красные на центральной трибуне, оранжевые на противоположной, зеленые – на северной трибуне, синие – на южной.

Футбольная Ла Скала

Последняя масштабная реконструкция коснулась «Сан-Сиро» в конце 1980-х годов.

В это время Италия готовилась к проведению ЧМ-90 и стадион в Милане должен был стать одной из центральных арен турнира. В реконструкцию главного стадиона Италии были инвестированы средства 165 компаний мира! И их усилия не пропали даром!

Над тремя трибунами «Сан-Сиро» был достроен третий ярус. Для его поддержания были специально сооружены 7 бетонных башен, которые помимо своего основного назначения также оснащены лестничными пролетами, ведущими на трибуны. Помимо этого арена обзавелась крышей, которая опирается еще на четыре башни. Так «Сан-Сиро» предстал в привычном нам виде и на тот момент стал, пожалуй, лучшим стадионом мира.

Помимо расширения трибун на стадионе была установлена новая система освещения и подогрев газона.

«Джузеппе Меацца» стал визитной карточкой Милана, его символом наряду с легендарным оперным театром Ла Скала.

Во время ЧМ-1990 стадион удостоился проведения шести матчей, в том числе и матча-открытия. В последующие годы масштабных преобразований стадион не претерпел, но по прежнему является одним из лучших на планете.

Помимо упоминавшихся уже матчей чемпионатов мира 1934 и 1990 годов, «Сан-Сиро» стал также местом проведения поединков ЧЕ-1980 и трех финалов Кубка/Лиги Чемпионов.

А в мае 2016 года самый престижный европейский клубный турнир был разыгран в Милане и в четвертый раз.

Структура стадиона

  • Нижний ярус – 28 107
  • Средний ярус – 32 366
  • Верхний ярус – 19 545
  • Скай-боксы – 300
  • Вип-трибуна – 304
  • Пресс-ложа – 223
  • Места для инвалидов и лиц их сопровождающих – 244 и 188 соответственно.

Автостоянки около «Сан-Сиро» рассчитаны на 4000 автомобилей.

Под Южной трибуной находится музей «Милана» и «Интера».

«Сан-Сиро» расположен в западной части Милана, в 5 км от его центра. Ближайшие станции метро – San Siro Ippodromo и San Siro Stadio. Также неподалеку проходит трамвайная линия №16.

Матчи ЧМ-1934:

  • 27.05.1934, 1/8 финала, Швейцария – Нидерланды – 3:2, 33 000 зрителей
  • 31.05.1934, 1/4 финала, Германия – Швеция – 2:1, 3 000 зрителей
  • 03.06.1934, 1/2 финала, Италия – Австрия – 1:0, 35 000 зрителей

Матчи ЧЕ-1980:

  • 12.06.1980, 1-й тур, группа «В», Испания – Италия – 0:0, 46 816 зрителей
  • 15.06.1980, 2-й тур, группа «В», Бельгия – Испания – 2:1, 11 430 зрителей
  • 17.06.1980, 3-й тур, группа «А», Нидерланды – Чехословакия – 1:1, 11 889 зрителей

Матчи ЧМ-1990:

  • 08.06.1990, 1-й тур, группа «В», Аргентина – Камерун – 0:1, 73 780 зрителей
  • 10.06.1990, 1-й тур, группа «D», ФРГ – Югославия – 4:1, 74 765 зрителей
  • 15.06.1990, 2-й тур, группа «D», ФРГ – ОАЭ – 5:1, 71 169 зрителей
  • 19.06.1990, 3-й тур, группа «D», ФРГ – Колумбия – 1:1, 72 150 зрителей
  • 24.06.1990, 1/8 финала, ФРГ – Нидерланды – 2:1, 74 559 зрителей
  • 01.07.1990, 1/4 финала, Чехословакия – ФРГ – 0:1, 73 347 зрителей

Финалы КЕЧ/ЛЧ:

  • 27.05.1965, «Интер» – «Бенфика» – 1:0, 77 000 зрителей
  • 06.05.1965, «Фейеноорд» – «Селтик» – 2:1, 53 187 зрителей
  • 23.05.2001, «Бавария» – «Валенсия» – 1:1, по пенальти – 5:4, 71 500 зрителей
  • 28.05.2016, «Реал» Мадрид – «Атлетико» – 1:1, по пенальти – 5:3, 71 942 зрителя

Финалы Кубка УЕФА:

  • 28.05.1991, «Интер» – «Рома» – 2:0, 68 887 зрителей (второй матч – 0:1)
  • 11.05.1994, «Интер» – «Казино Зальцбург» – 1:0, 80 326 зрителей (первый матч – 1:0)
  • 17.05.1995, «Ювентус» – «Парма» – 1:1, 80 754 зрителя (первый матч – 0:1)
  • 28.05.1991, «Интер» – «Шальке» – 1:0, по пенальти – 1:4, 81 675 зрителей (первый матч – 0:1)

Суперкубок УЕФА:

  • 09.01.1974, «Милан» – «Аякс» – 1:0, 15 000 зрителей (второй матч – 0:6)
  • 07.12.1989, «Милан» – «Барселона» – 1:0, 50 000 зрителей (первый матч – 1:1)
  • 02.02.1993, «Милан» – «Парма» – 0:2, 24 074 зрителя (первый матч – 1:0)
  • 08.02.1995, «Милан» – «Арсенал» – 2:0, 23 953 зрителя (первый матч – 0:0)

«Сан-Сиро» скоро снесут: здесь искрили Шевченко и Роналдо, а фанаты сбрасывали мопед и устраивали пожары

Общий дом «Милана» и «Интера».

«Сан-Сиро» – величайшая футбольная арена. Стадион (о эти башни!) невозможно спутать с другим. Ощущение матчей внутри средневековой крепости, дым миланского дерби и гигантские баннеры (сине-черные и красно-черные) – это наше детство и наша молодость. Скоро «Сан-Сиро» изменится, вернее – он будет совсем другим.

Босс «Милана» Паоло Скарони сообщил, что они с «Интером» договорились о строительстве нового совместного стадиона в том же районе – нынешний «Сан-Сиро» снесут.

Стоимость работ – 700 млн евро, арена будет готова к сезону-2022/23. Проект пока не просочился в медиа, но по данным La Repubblica, «Милан» и «Интер» вдохновила «Мерседес Бенц Стэдиум» в Атланте.

На время строительства «Интер» и «Милан» продолжат играть на «Сан-Сиро» – это еще три сезона.

Стадион открыли в 1926-м, он был построен на месте маленькой церкви, отсюда и названия в честь святого – Сан-Сиро. Изначальное название Nuovo Stadio Calcistico San Siro (новый футбольный стадион Сан-Сиро).

Автор проекта – Улиссе Стаккини, еще одна из его величайших работ – Центральный вокзал Милана.

Изначально арена вмещала 35 тысяч зрителей. Первый матч – разумеется, дерби. «Интер» грохнул «Милан» 6:3.

Изначально «Сан-Сиро» принадлежал «Милану», его построили на деньги президента клуба Пьеро Пирелли (да, знаменитый производитель шин назван в честь его отца). «Интер» играл на «Арене Чивика».

В 1935-м стадион продали городу. Власти хотели расширить арену до 150 тысяч зрителей, но планы заморозились, началась война.

«Милан» продолжал играть на «Сан-Сиро», у стадиона появился второй арендатор («Интер») только в 1947-м – с тех пор там играют два миланских клуба.

На «Сан-Сиро» все же провели реконструкцию в 1955-м – расширили трибуны до 85 тысяч.

«Сан-Сиро» дважды принимал финалы Кубка чемпионов: в 1965-м («Интер» – «Бенфика 1:0) и в 1970-м («Фейеноорд» – «Селтик» 2:1). На стадионе также провели три матча Евро-1980, перед турниром арену переименовали в «Джузеппе Меацца» (в честь звезды «Интера» и «Милана» 30-х).

Через 10 лет Италия проводила ЧМ. Специально к турниру стадион полностью перестроили: все места сделали сидячими и над трибунами возвели крышу с помощью тех самых 11 башен. Теперь дожди не мешали комфорту зрителей. Стоимость работ – более 60 млн долларов.

На ЧМ-90 там провели шесть матчей, включая четвертьфинал Чехословакия – ФРГ (0:1). Ниже – фото с церемонии открытия.

Но самые легендарные моменты были в матчах «Милана» и «Интера».

Здесь Сандро Маццола забивал самый быстрый гол в истории дерби – 13-я секунда.

Кларенс Зеедорф финализировал величайший камбэк в миланском противостоянии – в феврале 2004-го на 85-й забил Тольдо с 32 метров. «Милан» выиграл 3:2, хотя уступал 0:2.

Этот стадион видел море голов Андрея Шевченко. Украинец в 2001-м громил тут «Интер» (6:0).

А также топового Роналдо в футболке «Интера».

И чуть менее топового в футболке «Милана».

В 1998-м здесь забивал Цымбаларь (поражение «Спартака 2:1).

А в 2003-м Лоськов («Локо» увез ничью 1:1).

В 2011-м ЦСКА здесь обыграл «Интер» в 6-м туре группового этапа ЛЧ. Забивали Василий Березуцкий и Думбия.

Здесь на поле с трибун сбрасывали мопед (отобранный у болельщиков «Аталанты»).

И здесь полыхало во время ответного матча четвертьфинала ЛЧ-2004/05 (тогда в Диду прилетел файер).

Легендарные моменты, легендарная арена, легендарный город.

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