29 March 2016

San Siro Stadium in Milan


No trip to Milan is complete without a visit to the famous San Siro stadium, also known as the Meazza stadium, named after one of the greatest Italian players in history.
Undoubtedly one of the symbols of the city it is also the temple of two rival football clubs, AC Milan and Inter. When the beautiful game is not being played it is a venue for major concerts for the likes of Bruce Springsteen (June 6 2013) and other global rock and pop acts.
The structure initially housed some 35,000 spectators but has since been expanded; today the capacity is 85,700 seats. It was of course in this stadium that the 1990 FIFA World Cup kicked off with Argentina taking on Cameroon on 8 June that year.
If you are looking for a unique location for business meetings, a working lunch, a press conference or perhaps a product launch, Sky Box San Siro is an excellent choice of venue. Located within ​​the stadium and equipped with all facilities necessary for your business meeting.
If, however, your next trip to Milan allows you the luxury of some leisure time as well as business, the stadium is in fact home to the Museum of AC Milan and Inter; the first of its kind in Italy. Explore the story of the two Milanese teams through a rare collection of artifacts and exhibition pieces, sure to delight any football fan.
San Siro is an international venue ideally suited to accommodate you and your customers. Take a tour with specialized and passionate staff, in your preferred language, where you can organize VIP visits and rent hospitality services in spaces usually reserved for the big-name players and managers.
Surely one of Milan’s most exciting, exclusive and engaging venues. Unforgettable.