Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan

San Siro Stadium

Home to both of the city’s legendary teams, AC Milan and Inter Milan, San Siro is renowned as a mecca for world-class soccer. Its official name is Giuseppe Meazza Stadium. Built in 1925, the San Siro Stadium is one of the most famous venues on the international circuit. Over time, it has undergone several extensive renovations making it the state-of-the-art sporting venue it is today. As well as hosting the home teams, the stadium is used for the finals of several major international competitions, including the 1990 World Cup. When filled with a capacity crowd, the atmosphere is electric with over 80,000 fans cheering on their teams.

A.C. and Internazionale Milan

A.C. Milan was founded in 1899 and Inter Milan (Internazionale in full) in 1908. Both soccer teams enjoy success in Italy’s elite league, Serie A. Although these two teams are rivals they share the venue successfully. One of the biggest and most anticipated matches of each season is the local derby, Derby della Madonnina, between these two teams.

Stadium tours and museum

San Siro also hosts a museum, the first in Italy to be located inside a stadium. The museum traces 100 years of soccer history through a fascinating display of memorabilia including strips, trophies and medals, football boots and other artifacts. If there aren’t any soccer matches and you want to enhance your experience at San Siro, take a tour inside La Scala del Calcio to see parts of the stadium that are not normally accessible. Imagine yourself walking through the players’ tunnel, standing pitch-side and viewing the stadium from a player's perspective. Before you leave, don’t forget to stop by San Siro Store for your branded merchandise.

San Siro - Venue of great concerts 

Not only a soccer stadium, San Siro has also long been an entertainment venue and has hosted many huge international artists with concerts by Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chili Peppers and famous Italian singers.

San Siro is only a 10-minute drive from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan, making the hotel a natural choice for accommodation after enjoying your soccer match or concert.