Few cities in the world can boast two truly international football teams. Milan is one of the lucky few, thanks to AC Milan and FC Internazionale Milano, also known as Inter Milan. Both teams play in the same stadium, Stadio Meazza, also known as San Siro, fondly called football’s La Scala. It makes Milano one of the most popular destinations for football enthusiasts all over the world as well as for the casual fan.


Which is your favourite team? In case you root for AC Milan, here is a map with the most important places in the city connected to the team’s history.

Hotel Principe di Savoia

Piazza della Repubblica, 17


The AC Milan Football and Cricket Club was founded on December 16th, 1899, in this hotel which, at the time, was named Hotel du Nord.

La Fiaschetteria Toscana

Via Giovanni Berchet


The first headquarters of the Milan Football and Cricket Club was established here in 1899.

It remained there until 1909, when it was moved to via Ugo Foscolo. The registered office changed address 13 times before settling at the historic 3, via Turati headquarters, where it remained from 1966 to 2013, when Casa Milan was opened.

Historical Milan headquarters Via Turati

Via Filippo Turati, 3


Historical headquarter of AC Milan from 1966 to 2013.

Casa Milan

Via Aldo Rossi, 8


The team’s current headquarters, spread over 9000 sqm, is the best place to experience AC Milan in all its glory. Rare historical memorabilia and the latest technology take the visitor through the victories of the Rossoneri club. Don’t miss the three-dimensional holographic station where you can ‘meet’ Baresi and Maldini, the legendary AC Milan captains of the last thirty years, and some of the Ballon d’Or winners, such as Kaka and Shevchenko.


Now Milano's Central Station


The old Trotter field was in Piazza Andrea Doria, now Piazza Duca d'Aosta, where the current Milano Central Station now stands. It was the first pitch for the AC Milan Football and Cricket Club from 1900 to 1903.

AC Milan field in Porta Monforte

Via Fratelli Bronzetti


This was the team’s official field from 1906 to 1914. This location is important not only for AC Milan but for the history of football as well: on January 7th, 1906, nets were placed between the goalposts for the first time ever in Italy.

"Gianni Brera" Municipal Arena

Viale Giorgio Byron, 2


AC Milan played here sporadically up to1960. The Arena remained the grounds of Ambrosiana (Inter Milan) until they moved to San Siro as well. This is where a huge party with special effects was held to mark Berlusconi’s becoming President of AC Milan, in 1986.

Meazza San Siro Stadium

Piazzale Angelo Moratti


San Siro stadium was built in 1925 in the eponymous district of Milano, near the Hyppodrome, upon the wishes of the AC Milan president of that time, Piero Pirelli.

The property was owned by AC Milan until 1935, when it was purchased by the City of Milano. In 1947, it also became the official pitch of Inter Milan, who had until then played all their matches at the Municipal Arena.


The stadium hosts the San Siro Museum that displays the story of the two Milanese teams through their victories, the prized cups, the players’ jerseys and the newspaper headlines. It is the first museum in Italy to be housed in a stadium.

Milan Megastore

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Galleria San Carlo


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