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.