San Siro

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San Siro
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
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Location Via Piccolomini 5, 20151 Milan, Italy
Coordinates 45°28′41″N 9°07′26″E / 45.478080°N 9.12400°E / 45.478080; 9.12400Coordinates: 45°28′41″N 9°07′26″E / 45.478080°N 9.12400°E / 45.478080; 9.12400
Awner Milan Municipality
Executive suites 30[1]
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–)[2]
Record attendance 83,381 (InterSchalke, 21 May 1997)[3]
Field size 105m x 68m
Surface Desso GrassMaster
Construction
Brak grund 1925
Appent 19 September 1926
Renovatit 1956, 1989
Tenants
A.C. Milan (1926–)
F.C. Internazionale Milano (1947–)

The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly kent as the San Siro, is a fitbaw stadium locatit in the San Siro destrict in Milan, Italy. It is the home o baith A.C. Milan an F.C. Internazionale Milano.

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