It’s official – the San Siro is open to view the Champions League final between Inter Milan and Man City later this month.
The Nerazzurri have been given permission to open the stadium to show the final on large screen, as confirmed by FCInter1908.
Inter have been working to secure approval to open up the San Siro to fans on June 10. The main issue has been ensuring safety and logistics for the event.
However, given only around 20,000 tickets for final at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium are available to Nerazzurri fans, the club have now opened the stadium to give fans an alternative viewing experience.
Now, it is official. Next week, fans will be able to purchase tickets to attend the San Siro on June 10. Around 40,000 tickets are available to view the final on a large screen.
San Siro Open For UCL Final Between Inter Milan & Man City
Tickets for the San Siro will be on sale starting Tuesday, June 6, on vivaticket.com. Spectators will be able to sit in the Red, Green, and Blue sectors and on the pitch.
The first tier and the parterre cost €20, the second tier €14, and the third tier €10. The gates open at 19:00 CET, and the pre-match entertainment is provided by Radio 105, the club’s official radio channel partner.
Before kick-off at Ataturk Olympic Stadium, a live stream of Istanbul will have been set up. This will bring all of the images and atmosphere from the final straight to the fans inside the stadium.
However, after the match, fans will have to leave the stadium, regardless of the result.