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AC Milan are not just one of the biggest teams in Italy, but also one one of the most iconic outfits across Europe with the Rossoneri boasting an astonishing seven Champions League trophies.
With a roster of former greats that can rival almost any other club – images of players such as Paulo Maldini, Franco Baresi and Kaka instantly come to mind – Milan naturally have a truly massive fan base.
If you are, therefore, one of many who want to watch the side in action this season, and want to know the best and cheapest way to purchase AC Milan tickets, then you are in the right place.
AC Milan tickets and prices at San Siro Stadium
AC Milan season tickets: pricing & availability
Given the calibre of AC Milan, it is perhaps unsurprising to learn that the club's season tickets for the 2023/24 campaign have sold out. The sale of these tickets ended on July 7, 2023, prior to the start of this campaign.
Prices for these tickets began at around £199, while the club also offer a more premium ‘Club 1899 membership” for those who would prefer a more VIP experience, although it does command a higher fee.
AC Milan matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability
Single-match tickets are often the best way to attend a game if you are not lucky enough to currently possess an AC Milan season ticket at San Siro.
In almost every fixture, tickets that aren't snapped up by season ticket holders are released via a general sale, meaning that AC Milan tickets are relatively easy to acquire compared to other European clubs of similar stature.
Prices for an adult ticket can start as low as €24 and can rise upwards of €300 depending on the fixture.
Do I need a membership to buy AC Milan tickets?
Also unlike many other European giants, AC Milan does not require you to be a member of the club's website, which typically demands a fee. Instead, to purchase a Rossoneri ticket you simply have to have an active MyMilan account with the club.
Supporters with such accounts can typically purchase up to four tickets per match.
How to get an AC Milan membership
If you are interested in becoming an AC Milan member, then it is relatively easy to do via the club's official website.
It comes in the form of a ‘CRN' card, which currently costs €20 euros to acquire. The membership/card enables you to purchase tickets that have been placed on restricted sale, as well as granting access to away tickets for the club.
The card can be purchased online and usually arrives within 15-30 days. Once activated the card will be valid for four years.
AC Milan ticket prices at the San Siro Stadium
As is the case in many stadiums, an AC Milan ticket at the San Siro can greatly fluctuate in price depending on which section of the ground you choose to sit.
In the San Siro, there are plenty of sectors to choose from so if it is your first time purchasing a ticket, then it can seem very overwhelming. The ground is split into four coloured sides: Red, Green, Blue and Orange – all of which command different fees.
The most expensive in most cases is the Red side, with the Orange side often commanding a slightly lower fee. Tickets for both the Blue and Green sides often demand the same fee and are the two cheapest options of the four available.
AC Milan seating plan at San Siro Stadium
AC Milan hospitality tickets
Via the Rossoneri's ‘Club 1899' programme, the Italian outfit offers a range of hospitality tickets.
In terms of private suites, the club offer a Sky Box in both the Red and Orange sections of the San Siro. Each offers private catering, and hospitality services before, during and after the match as well as being capable of holding up to 10 guests.
Lounges, on the other hand, have a far greater variety to choose from, with the club offering a range of 11 to select from. In a similar vein to the suites, these lounges each have varying perks so it is worth checking the club's official website to help decide which lounge is right for you.
The lowest tier of hospitality AC Milan offers is premium seats in either the Red or Orange sections, although neither are accompanied by hospitality services at any point during the match.
AC Milan tickets FAQs
How to get to the San Siro Stadium at AC Milan
If you are travelling to the San Siro by car, then there are several routes available to you. Depending on where you are coming from, one of the A1, A4, A7 or A8 will likely be your best bet – but be prepared for heavy traffic as the majority of fans travel to the ground in this way.
If, however, you plan on taking the train, then the Metro is likely to be the best option for you, with the Metropolitana Linea 5 the closest station to the ground.
How can I get AC Milan away tickets?
In order to purchase away tickets for AC Milan, you must be a CRN card holder. The card must be activated, with the code linked to the card needed when buying the ticket.
There are of course far fewer away tickets to purchase compared to home tickets, and, therefore, they are extremely difficult to obtain.
How can I get cheap AC Milan tickets?
The key to cheap tickets is purchasing early and sitting in the least expensive sections of the ground. In the case of AC Milan and the San Siro, this would mean buying tickets for either the Blue or Green sides of the stadium, with the higher tiers usually being the best option.
Reselling websites is also a possible option, however, caution is strongly advised if using this method.
Can I do a stadium tour of the San Siro?
Yes, you absolutely can do a stadium tour of the San Siro.
These tours often take around forty minutes and either include a tour of the stadium and the museum, or just the museum. A tour of both the stadium and the museum will cost €18, while a tour of just the museum will cost just €7.
If you are a family of four, then you can purchase a special family package for €50.
How to watch AC Milan at home
For a UK Fan who is unable to attend the San Siro in person and wishes to watch the Rossoneri from the comfort of their own home instead, then TNT Sports is a must with the broadcaster having exclusive rights to Serie A football in the UK.