schedule01 March 2020

MARCH, THE LEAGUE HEATING UP NOW

A crucial month for the Rossoneri's hopes and dreams gets underway

An important month gets underway, with the Coppa Italia semi-final second leg to play and the league heating up as well. We’ll play fewer games in March compared to February, but the fixtures we do face have the potential to be even more decisive. Coach Pioli’s side will begin the month with a trip to the Allianz Stadium in Turin for the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final against Juventus. With AC Milan v Genoa postponed, the Rossoneri’s league campaign will resume away to Lecce on Monday 9 March at 20:45 CET. We then return to San Siro for a huge fixture against Roma (Sunday 15 March at 20:45 CET), rounding off the month with a visit to Ferrara to face SPAL (Saturday 21 March at 20:45 CET). Our goal: win as many as possible and keep on fighting for a place in Europe.

The complete schedule (all times CET):
Wednesday 4 March, 20:45: Juventus v AC Milan, Coppa Italia semi-final second leg
Monday 9 March, 20:45: Lecce v AC Milan, Serie A matchday 27
Sunday 15 March, 20:45: AC Milan v Roma, Serie A matchday 28
Saturday 21 March, 20:45: SPAL v AC Milan, Serie A matchday 29

WOMEN
The month of March sees two away games for Coach Ganz’s girls. After a lengthy international break, the Rossonere face a pair of huge fixtures in their pursuit of second place and the consequent Champions League qualification that would come with it. They begin with Juventus v AC Milan and end with Sassuolo v AC Milan, two tough opponents but ones which the Rossonere know well, with four points from six in the first round of fixtures. A date for the second leg of the Coppa Italia quarter-final is still yet to be announced.

The complete schedule:
Sunday 22 March, time TBC: Juventus v AC Milan, Women’s Serie A matchday 17
Saturday 28 March, time TBC: Sassuolo v AC Milan, Women’s Serie A matchday 18

PRIMAVERA
With Coach Giunti’s youngsters fresh from winning the title and securing promotion to the Primavera 1 division after a truly dominant season so far, they have just two more games to play this month. The Primavera face Brescia at Vismara and then Virtus Entella in Chiavari, and will be looking to improve on their already record-breaking numbers as well as giving some minutes to those players who haven’t quite been as involved this season.

The complete schedule (all times CET):
Saturday 7 March, 14:30: AC Milan v Brescia, Primavera 2 matchday 20
Saturday 14th March, 14:30: Virtus Entella v AC Milan, Primavera 2 matchday 21


Remember that tickets for the home matches against Roma and Juventus are now on sale: get your ticket now! See you at San Siro!

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