The San Siro Stadium is one of the most famous stadiums worldwide and it is the largest in Italy. Nicknamed the "La Scala del calcio" or the temple of soccer, in 2009 it was judged by the British newspaper The Times as the second most beautiful stadium in the world.
The stadium was built in 1926 but underwent a major renovation with the construction of the third ring and the roof, on the occasion of the World Cup in 1990, thus bringing its total capacity to over 80 thousand seats.
Since the 1980s, the structure has also hosted concerts by some of the most famous international musicians: in 1980, Bob Marley was the first artist to perform in the stadium; then Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie and many Italian musicians such as Vasco Rossi, Ligabue, Laura Pausini.
The Stadium Tour makes you discover the most characteristic and meddlesome aspects of San Siro.
The San Siro Museum is worth a visit; it tells the story of the two football teams of Milano, Milan and Inter, through a series of memorabilia that are unique in the world: historical football shirts (from Rivera to Mazzola, from Pelé to Maradona), trophies, balls and souvenirs of all kinds.
It is also possible to book a tour inside the stadium (available in different languages).
The San Siro Tour is free for disabled visitors and their companion. A ticket at a reduced price is available for unaccompanied disabled visitors.
For more information, please visit: https://www.sansirostadium.com/en/
On the occasion of football matches, access of disabled supporters is directly managed by the staff of the two football teams, Inter and Milan, hosting sporting events.
For more information on access procedures during Inter’s matches, please visit: https://www.inter.it/en/stadio/disabled-persons.
For more information on access procedures during Milan’s matches, please visit: https://www.acmilan.com/en/tickets/accreditations/disabled-fans.