ticketing18 January 2022


Tickets are still available to all fans for the San Siro matchup

Sunday 23 January 2022 (20:45 CET) is a date to look forward to in the Rossoneri's calendar: the late game on Serie A matchday 23 pits AC Milan against Juventus. Despite the current limitations on stadium capacity, AC Milan want to have their supporters in the ground and, from Tuesday 18 January, a limited number of tickets will be put on sale for three days - general sale then starts on Friday at 15:00 CET until all tickets are sold.

Tickets are available in the first tier of the Red and Orange sectors. You can buy your tickets at singletickets.acmilan.com as well as on Viva Ticket's website and in person at their ticket vendors. These are the methods of purchase:

  • From 15:00 CET on 18 January: sale is reserved for season ticket-holders from the 2019/20 season, as well as those that had already purchased a ticket for the match, which was subsequently cancelled following the reduction of stadium capacity.
  • From 15:00 CET on 19 January and until tickets are sold out: general sale with a limited number of tickets.

Furthermore, fans interesting in purchasing a hospitality package can access the VIP Hospitality section of the singletickets.acmilan.com website.

In case any further tickets are available, AC Milan will put the remaining tickets on sale in the following days. So, dear Rossoneri fans, keep an eye on the Club's social channels!

It will be a San Siro for all, despite the restrictions. The Club will, in fact, guarantee accessibility for disabled fans and also continue to offer an audio-description service for blind and visually impaired fans. This project falls under the Club's wider "RespAct" manifesto, which among its numerous policies seeks to promote inclusion with the aim of allowing all fans to allow the unique atmosphere of San Siro.

For the match against Juve, the Club once again underlines the importance of adhering to the current health and safety rules, such as a Super Green Pass and the use of an FFP2 mask, which became mandatory following a recent Legislative Decree.

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