MN: Milan vs. Sampdoria expected to be sold out – over 35k tickets bought

By Isak Möller -

Following two impressive wins, AC Milan are flying high and there’s clearly a buzz around the team. The Scudetto race is very much alive and another three important points are at stake for the Rossoneri tomorrow. 

Stefano Pioli’s men will take on Sampdoria in the early kick-off slot (12:30 CET) tomorrow and they are keen on continuing their winning form. The recent results have given them as well as the Milan fans a clear boost.

According to MilanNews, over 35k tickets have been sold for the game tomorrow and that means it should be a sell-out. As per the current capacity rules (50% cap), Milan can host around 39K fans in the iconic San Siro stadium.

Inter faced Napoli this evening and the game just finished, confirming a stalemate between the two sides (1-1). This means that Milan could temporarily take first place tomorrow (Inter have a game in hand) with a win against Sampdoria. It would round up quite the week for the Rossoneri.

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Tags AC Milan Sampdoria San Siro


  1. Subplots : the return of Giampaolo and Andrea Conti…the latter scoring a nice goal for Samp last time out…boys be careful

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