Champions League Final 2016 comes to San Siro Stadium in Milan. Expect the city to go football crazy as we find out which team will win the title.
San Siro Stadium
San Siro Stadium in Milan is the largest football stadium in Italy.
It is home to two of Italy’s greatest football teams, AC Milan and Inter Milan. The stadium was opened in 1926 and has been improved many times since, most recently in 1990. This is not the first time San Siro Stadium has hosted a major footballing event. Other occasions include the opening match and the quarter final of the World Cup in 1990.
If you are able to visit the stadium on a nonmatch day, you can take part in a stadium tour and visit the museum. If you have a MilanoCard click here to find out about a 15% discount on entry. This City Pass will also entitle you to a discount in the club shops.
The Champions League
The Champions League is organised by UEFA and has been played since 1955, when it was known as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup. It is a hotly contested tournament, with the best teams from across Europe battling to win the cup. The quarter finals are due to be played this week, and after that only four teams will remain in the competition.
Watching the match
If you are lucky enough to get tickets to watch the match, you can expect an exciting occasion. Make sure you get to the stadium in plenty of time. Travelling on public transport is likely to remain the easiest and quickest way to get around Milan and is free to holders of the Milan City Pass.
If you don’t have tickets for the Champions League Final 2016, you can still enjoy the atmosphere of the city by watching the match in one of Milan’s many bars and be in the best place to celebrate if it is your team that lifts the trophy!
The awards ceremony will take place in Piazza Duomo, come on the Highline Galleria to view the award cermony from the gallery terraces. Also you can watch the match on Highline Galleria, there will be a maxivideo and we’ll give you a pepsi and chips.