- Inaugurated in 1926, San Siro Stadium is one of the most recognized football stadiums in the world. The world-class stadium hosts two major Italian Football League Teams: A.C. Milan and Internazionale, most commonly known as Inter. It is officially named Giuseppe Meazza in honour of the Milan player of the 1930s and 1940s, but is still commonly known as San Siro. With a capacity of over 85,000, football fans from around the globe make their way to the stadium for intense national and international matches. Stadium tours are available. Also be sure to check out the San Siro Museum featuring a large collection of historical objects, original jerseys, trophies and more. The stadium also has a race course with a giant sculpture of a horse which stands in between the stadia, based upon a design by Leonardo Da Vinci, famously called Leonardo's Horse.
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