AC Milan are one of the most famous and successful football clubs in the world and have an illustrious honours list including 7 Champions League titles and 18 Serie A Titles. They play their home games at the San Siro, which is instantly recognisable to any football fan and is a place that many would like to visit should they get the chance. The stadium has a capacity of 80,000 and when it gets filled with passionate AC Milan supporters, as you can imagine it generates quite an atmosphere. It may surprise you to learn that AC Milan are only the third most supported team in Italy. Their previous European successes however means that they are the seventh most supported team in Europe, and they have more fans worldwide than any other Italian team. Hence AC Milan tickets are hot property.
Milan are not the force they once were in Italian football and now largely play second fiddle to Juventus. There is still however a fierce raging battle between AC Milan and their arch rivals Inter Milan to be the highest placed Milan side. This summer AC Milan have spent big money on recruiting two world class strikers as they seek to improve upon a highly disappointing 10th place finish in the 2014/2015 season. They have brought in Carlos Bacca from Sevilla after beating Liverpool to his signature and have secured the services of the highly rated Luiz Adriano from Shakhtar Donetsk; both will be looking to make a big impact in Serie A this season. AC Milan football tickets are available through Football Ticket Pad where you can confidently buy tickets with a money back guarantee. Don’t miss out on a great range of AC Milan tickets for all their Serie A and European football matches.
The 2015/16 season has been all to familiar for The Rossoneri as their fall from grace continues. AC Milan face a battle if they are to qualify for European football next season as they chase a top six finish in Serie A.
New coach Cristian Brocchi has been brought in to oversee a late season revival but he has his work cut out if he is to return AC Milan to the force that they once were as their fortune continues to fade.
Carlos Bacca has had a promising first season in Italy and is the club's leading goalscorer with 17 goals in all competitions. The Columbian with be hoping to add to his tally and fire Milan back into European contention and return AC Milan back to the European powerhouse of old.