Rivera and Mazzola’s historic jerseys, along with those of Pelè and Maradona, trophies, cups - items recalling great sporting feats that have gone down in international soccer folklore. To the joy of fans of the world’s favourite sport, the Milan-Inter Museum honors the leading lights of Milanese football. Born out of an idea of Onorato Arisi, who has placed his fascinating private collection in the museum, it tells the story of F.C. Internazionale and A.C. Milan through a series of unique memorabilia.
Anecdotes and curiosities
Twenty-four life-size statues reproducing the players who made history for Milan’s two teams.
Not to lost
Champions’ autographs, trophies, front pages of sports newspapers, old strips worn by Meazza, Rivera and Mazzola.
To reach the Meazza Stadium by public transport:
By metro: Line 1 to Lotto, then on foot along Viale Caprilli to the stadium.
By bus: no. 49 from Piazza Tirana (FS Station San Cristoforo) to Piazzale Lotto, alight at the stop in Piazza Axum.
By tram: no. 16 from Piazza Fontana (Duomo) to San Siro, alight at the terminus in Via Dessiè.