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General
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
San Siro
Italy San Siro 001
Owners Milan Municipality
Location Via Piccolomini 5, Milan, Italy
Broke ground 1925
Opened 19 September 1926
Renovated 1956, 1989
Tenants A.C. Milan (1926–)
Inter Milan (1947–)
Capacity 26,000 (1926–1939)
55,000 (1939–1955)
100,000 (1955–1956)
90,000 (1956–1988)
72,000 (1988–1990)
88,500 (1990–2002)
85,700 (2002–2003)
82,955 (2003–2008)
80,074 (2008–2011)

80,018 (2011–)
Field dimensions 105m x 68m
Highest attendance 83,381 (Inter v Schalke, 21.05.1997)

The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza commonly known as San Siro, is a football stadium in the San Siro district of Milan, Italy, which is the home of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. It has an all-seater capacity of 80,018, making it one of the largest stadia in Europe, and the largest in Italy.

On 3 March 1980, the stadium was named in honour of Giuseppe Meazza, the two-time World Cup winner (1934, 1938) who played for Inter Milan and briefly for Milan in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.

The San Siro is a UEFA category four stadium. It hosted six games at the 1990 FIFA World Cup and three European Cup finals, in 1965, 1970 and 2001, and also hosted the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final.

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Serie A stadiums 2016-17

Adriatico (Pescara) · Azzurri d'Italia (Bergamo) · Bentegodi (Verona) · Castellani (Empoli) · Dall'Ara (Bologna) · Ezio Scida (Crotone) · Ferraris (Genoa) · Franchi (Florence) · Friuli (Udine) · Juventus Stadium (Turin) · Mapei Stadium (Reggio Emilia) · Olimpico (Rome) · Olimpico (Turin) · Renzo Barbera (Palermo) · San Paolo (Naples) · San Siro (Milan) · Sant'Elia (Cagliari)

UEFA Champions League final stadiums

1956: Parc des Princes · 1957: Santiago Bernabéu · 1958: Heysel Stadium · 1959: Neckarstadion · 1960: Hampden Park · 1961: Wankdorf Stadium · 1962: Olympisch Stadion · 1963: Wembley Stadium · 1964: Prater Stadium · 1965: San Siro · 1966: Heysel Stadium · 1967: Estádio Nacional · 1968: Wembley Stadium · 1969: Santiago Bernabéu · 1970: San Siro · 1971: Wembley Stadium · 1972: De Kuip · 1973: Red Star Stadium · 1974: Heysel Stadium · 1975: Parc des Princes · 1976: Hampden Park · 1977: Stadio Olimpico · 1978: Wembley Stadium · 1979: Olympiastadion · 1980: Santiago Bernabéu · 1981: Parc des Princes · 1982: De Kuip · 1983: Olympic Stadium · 1984: Stadio Olimpico · 1985: Heysel Stadium · 1986: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán · 1987: Prater Stadium · 1988: Neckarstadion · 1989: Camp Nou · 1990: Prater Stadium · 1991: Stadio San Nicola · 1992: Wembley Stadium · 1993: Olympiastadion · 1994: Olympic Stadium · 1995: Ernst-Happel-Stadion · 1996: Stadio Olimpico · 1997: Olympiastadion · 1998: Amsterdam Arena · 1999: Camp Nou · 2000: Stade de France · 2001: San Siro · 2002: Hampden Park · 2003: Old Trafford · 2004: Arena AufSchalke · 2005: Atatürk Olympic Stadium · 2006: Stade de France · 2007: Olympic Stadium · 2008: Luzhniki Stadium · 2009: Stadio Olimpico · 2010: Santiago Bernabéu · 2011: Wembley Stadium · 2012: Allianz Arena · 2013: Wembley Stadium · 2014: Estádio da Luz · 2015: Olympic Stadium · 2016: San Siro · 2017: Millennium Stadium ·

1934 FIFA World Cup stadiums

Stadio Littoriale · Stadio Giovanni Berta · Stadio Luigi Ferraris · Stadio San Siro · Stadio Giorgio Ascarelli · Stadio Nazionale PNF · Stadio Littorio · Benito Mussolini

1990 FIFA World Cup stadiums

San Nicola · Renato Dall'Ara · Sant'Elia · Artemio Franchi · Luigi Ferraris · San Siro · San Paolo · Renzo Barbera · Olimpico · Stadio delle Alpi · Friuli · Marcantonio Bentegodi

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Flag of Austria.png Austria: Ernst Happel
England.png England: Old Trafford · Wembley
Flag of France.png France: Stade de France
Germany.png Germany: HSH Nordbank Arena · Olympiastadion · Olympiastadion · Signal Iduna Park · Veltins Arena
Flag of Greece.svg.png Greece: Olympic Stadium
Flag of Italy.gif Italy: San Siro · Stadio Olimpico
Netherlands.png Netherlands: Amsterdam ArenA · Feijenoord Stadion
Flag of Portugal.png Portugal: Estadio da Luz · Estadio do Dragao · Estadio Jose Alvalade
Flag of Russia.png Russia: Luzhniki Stadium
Scotland.png Scotland: Hampden Park · Ibrox Stadium
Flag of Spain.png Spain: Camp Nou · Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys · Estadio Olimpico de Sevilla · Santiago Bernabéu · Vicente Calderon
Flag of Turkey.png Turkey: Ataturk Olympic Stadium · Sukru Saracoglu Stadium
Flag of Ukraine.png Ukraine: Donbass Arena
Flag of Wales.gif Wales: Millennium Stadium

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