On September 28th at 9pm, Stefano Pioli’s Milan face Diego Pablo Simeone’s Atletico Madrid at home in the 2nd day of the Champions League. The Rossoneri lost the opening match against Liverpool 3-2, while the Colchoneros have one point in the standings, having drew on their debut against Porto. The two teams have met only twice in the European Cups in their history: the previous two date back to the round of 16 of the 2013/14 Champions League, when the Rossoneri lost both matches and were eliminated from the competition.
Where does the match take place? The match will take place at San Siro Stadium.
How can you reach San Siro? The easiest way to reach the Stadium is by metro. You need to go to the terminus of the liliac line ( M5 – direction “San Siro DAZN”).
How can you access the match? To enter the stadium, you need to purchase the ticket. Here you can find the link to buy the ticket
Click Here to see the calendar of the future matches of the Campions League which will take place at San Siro.
Safety regulations for entry.
Access to San Siro Stadium is conditional on all visitors presenting either a Green Pass or an EU Digital COVID Certificate, confirming that the holder has either:
· fully recovered from the virus (within the previous 6 months)
· been vaccinated (even within 15 days of the first vaccination)
· tested negative (molecular or antigen/rapid tests) within the last 48 hours
For visitors not in possession of an EU Digital COVID Certificate, green certification issued by Schengen area countries and nations with equivalent certification (USA, Japan, Canada and Israel) or proof of a negative test taken less than 48 hours beforehand will be valid.
The COVID-19 Green Certification (Green Pass) must be presented at the entrance of the stadium, together with the ticket and an identity document for control by the staff in charge.
In the absence of the Green Pass – COVID-19 green certification, access to the event will not be allowed and you will not be entitled to a refund of the ticket in any way.
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