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San Siro Stadium


Finally the great Football of Serie A is back, check it out the dates of the Ac Milan and Internazionale at the famous "Scala del Calcio" San Siro stadium :

September 21st 2014:  Milan - Juventus

September 24th 2014:  Inter - Atalanta

September 28th 2014:  Inter - Cagliari

      October 5th 2014:  Milan - Chievo Verona
    October 19th 2014:  Inter - Napoli

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Stadio San Siro, officially called Stadio Guiseppe Meazza, is the home of Milan clubs AC Milan and FC Internazionale. The stadium has a capacity of 80,018 seats.

The construction of the stadium was a project of Milan president Piero Pirelli, and after a building period of a little over a year the stadium was opened on the 19th of September 1926 with a friendly match between Milan and Inter (3-6). Architect of the stadium was Stacchini, also responsible for the design of Milan’s central station. Initially the stadium could hold 35,000 spectators.

Due to the increasing popularity of Milan in the 1930s it soon proved necessary to increase the capacity of the stadium. Original plans aimed for a capacity of 150,000, however this was later reduced to under 100,000. The expansion works were completed in 1939.

Until 1945 the sole occupant of the stadium was AC Milan as Internazionale played its matches at the Arena Civica.  That year the club moved to the San Siro, and since then both clubs have been sharing the ground.

In the 50s another major round of renovation was executed, and a few years later floodlights were installed. In 1980 the stadium was renamed after Guiseppe Meazza, ex-player of Inter as well as Milan. The stadium hosted three group matches during Euro 1980 that year.

With the perspective of the 1990 World Cup, and after having decided against the construction of a new stadium, a series of major renovations were undertaken, of which most importantly the addition of a third tier, and a roof that would cover all seats. To support the extra tier and roof, eleven cylindrical concrete towers were erected around the stadium.

During the 1990 World Cup San Siro could house 85,700 supporters. At the tournament the stadium hosted the opening match between Argentina and Cameroon (0-1), three further group matches, a round of 16 match, and a quarter-final.

In 2008 the capacity was slightly reduced to its current capacity due to UEFA safety requirements.

In its history the stadium hosted three Champions League (European Cup) finals, the first in 1965 (Internazionale-Benfica), the second in 1970 (Feyenoord-Celtic), and the third in 2001 (FC Bayern-Valencia).