GdS: Milan’s clash against Udinese is sold out – 73k will be at San Siro

By Isak Möller -

It should be a great atmosphere for AC Milan’s season opener against Udinese next Saturday. Being the reigning champions, there is great enthusiasm among the fans and this has been reflected in the ticket sales. 

The pre-season has come to an end for the Rossoneri and they will now have to shift focus to the opener against Udinese on Saturday. Kick-off is scheduled for 18:30 CEST and it remains to be seen which players will be available.

In any case, there will be a great atmosphere at the stadium as Milan have sold almost 73k tickets for the game (sold out). Only a few expensive tickets remain before it’s fully sold out, but we are really talking about just a few tickets.

This was reported by Gazzetta Dello Sport this morning (see photo below), confirming that the Rossoneri have sold an amazing 40k season tickets. There are more season tickets than game-specific tickets sold, which says a lot.

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    1. Yes they didn’t meet your “homegrown registration requirement” so they take out 10,000 seats every match. By end of September they will play behind closed doors with no fans LOL😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

      1. Homegrown rule is no joke. It is not my rule, it is Serie A rule. Milan has to make sure that by the end of mercato, all active first team players can be registered.

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