Official: Public debate for Milan and Inter’s new stadium will begin next week

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan and Inter’s new stadium project has received the green light from the city council and the public debate will be initiated next week. An update was given on the situation this afternoon. 

The two Milanese clubs gave been working on the project for several years now, with little progress made. However, they recently presented a revised project (including more greenery, among other things) and it was accepted by the city council.

The council has now also received the green light for the public debate from the National Commission. It’s expected to begin on September 29 and the company Avventura Urbana Srl has been entrusted with the process, as reported by ANSA.

The new stadium should have about 60k seats and the revised project also includes a lot more greenery around the stadium, which was a demand of the council. In any case, it’s a very big step forward for Milan and Inter.

La Repubblica reported this morning that the construction could be done by 2030. EDIT: The new stadium will be ready by 2027, the new project will be completed by 2030.

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  1. A shared stadium with Inter is fine and will be easier to fund because of the shared cost. It’s also unique in football that two huge clubs share the same stadium which is kind of charming. My only question is why not make it a 65k or 70k seater instead of 60?

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