21 October 2019

SAN SIRO PER TUTTI PROJECT: TRAINING AT CASA MILAN

The Club's work on audio-descriptions for visually-impaired and blind fans 

Together with CAFE (Center for Access to Football in Europe) and as part of the "San Siro Per Tutti" project, AC Milan has organised two days at Casa Milan to train the team in audio-description work to assist blind and visually-impaired fans. 

During every home Milan match, two professional Radiorossonera staff member broadcast on a dedicated frequency to describe all the action and magic atmosphere at San Siro. 

The project kicked off last season at AC Milan v Frosinone with our CEO Ivan Gazidis in attendance. 
Milan's partner in this inclusion project is the Istituto dei Ciechi in Milan, a point of reference for visually-impaired and blind people across Italy, both in terms of assistance and research. 

 

Remember that tickets are on sale for the home matches against SPAL and Lazio. Buy your ticket now! See you at San Siro!

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