The Milan clubs, AC and Inter, are two of Europe’s most glamorous football institutions, and for fans visiting the city, watching either in the flesh is a memorable experience.
Conveniently for those keen to do so, both play at the same venue, the iconic Stadio San Siro, located in the northwest edges of the city. With a capacity of 80,000, this is a magnificent venue in its own right, and one of Europe’s last remaining traditional stadiums. Buying match tickets through the club can be tricky, but there are a number of unofficial online platforms offering tickets for most home games. Here are three we’d recommend.
One of the market’s most renowned names, Viagogo are a ticket resale and exchange platform and our number one choice for finding tickets for Inter or AC Milan home matches at the San Siro. The website is simple to use and if you book more than one ticket, the seats are guaranteed to be next to each other, so you won’t be separated from the people accompanying you. All tickets are issued as printable E-Tickets, so you don’t need to worry about them getting lost in the post.
As for availability, when we searched, there were tickets on offer for all upcoming home fixtures, with pricing as low as €17 for certain lower profile clashes such as AC versus Empoli or Inter versus Monza. However, prices can often rise to more than triple that figure for more prestigious games. There are also some add-on costs to look out for, including having to pay 20%-30% of the total ticket price in fees.
P1 Travel are our number one choice for VIP hospitality tickets for AC Milan home games. They offer everything from single tickets to luxury hospitality lounge packages that include perks such as food and beverages, lounge access, and padded seats for watching the action – with the seats guaranteed to be alongside each other. Another benefit is that because P1 have a fixed allocation for each match, they can deliver all the tickets they sell, meaning a safe booking is guaranteed.
At AC Milan, there’s one hospitality package available: the Sky Lounge, which includes lounge access, free drinks, a 3-course dinner, a private TV screen and padded seats for watching the action. Pricing starts at around €130 per person and you can also add hotel stays to your package. For Inter Milan, while there are no VIP packages available, you can buy official E-tickets for home games through P1 for prices starting at about €35, depending on the prestige of the match. And as with AC, you can also save on accommodation rates by booking a hotel through the website.
Another reputable ticket seller, Ticketgum has availability for all games at Stadio San Siro. We found tickets starting at €85 for an AC Milan game against Spezia and €80 for Inter vs Bologna – although for more prestigious games, such as against Juventus or, indeed, the big Inter vs AC derby, rates are certain to be a lot higher. Ticketgum own the tickets they sell, so there’s no risk of forgeries, and they arrange delivery of your tickets too, offering an express service to ensure you receive them in good time. If you’re staying in a hotel, you can even get the ticket sent directly there. They also have a very good Trustpilot rating, and there’s a 100% money back guarantee if the game’s cancelled.