Tuttosport: San Siro public debate set to start from end of September

By Euan Burns -

The public debate around the new San Siro stadium is set to get underway from the end of September, a report claims. 

As has been reported by Tuttosport today (via Milan News), the public debate is set to get underway after many months of deliberation and preparation from the authorities.

Both Inter and AC Milan will be very pleased to see that some progress is set to be made towards the erection of the new stadium that they have had planned for years.

The public debate is set to look at the demolition of the existing San Siro and then the building of the new Cathedral stadium, which the project chosen by the two clubs.

There are ten separate debates which focus on different elements of the demolition and the building. Andrea Pillon, directly appointed by the City of Milan, will manage and coordinate the debate.

It is still set to be many years before the two sides are in a new stadium.

Tags AC Milan Inter San Siro


    1. Agreed. Sesto area. Plus does anyone who understands Italian politics really thinks this stadium will ever get built or of built will take another 10 years? Ask Roma how their stadium plans are going. This will take 10 years to get done in San Siro – if ever.

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