club04 January 2022


The Club would like to emphasise the importance of complying with the new health and safety regulations, addressing an important message to ticket holders in the away sector (Terzo Verde) which had exceeded the 50% threshold before the new government regulations were announced

San Siro will be sure to respect the updated guidelines relating to the current health emergency. The stadium is getting ready to welcome back AC Milan on the pitch after the Christmas break in the match against Roma that will take place on 6 January at 6.30pm. With two days to go until kick-off, the game is heading for a sell-out, highlighting the desire to get behind Coach Pioli's team again after the break.

Health and safety of all people is an absolute priority for the Club. Therefore, AC Milan would like to remind all fans to comply fully with the new regulations, such as the Super Green Pass and the use of the FFP2 face mask, which is now mandatory under the penultimate Legislative Decree. FAQ on the website

With the aim of meeting this priority, complying with the new rules and in light of the latest meeting of the Lega Serie A held yesterday, the Club would like to communicate that it has become necessary to cancel a number of the tickets purchased in the away sector reserved for AS Roma fans. Specifically, this concerns all orders completed online after the 50% threshold of tickets issued had been reached. Customers affected by the ticket cancellation will be contacted via email by AC Milan, at the address provided during the purchase process on or Fans are therefore invited to check their inbox and follow the instructions in the communication received. The order will be refunded by crediting the amount in full to the credit card used for the online payment, in about 15-30 days, with the timing varying depending on the banking circuit of reference.

For any clarification regarding the cancellation of tickets, please contact AC Milan customer care at 02.62284545 (available every day from 9:00 to 19:00).

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