Football Trips to AC Milan
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AC Milan stadium: San Siro
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About AC Milan
AC Milan is an Italian professional football club that was founded in 1899. They have established themselves as one of the most successful clubs in football history, having won 18 Serie A titles, 5 Coppa Italia trophies, and 7 UEFA Champions League titles, among other domestic and international titles.
The team’s nickname, I Rossoneri (The Red and Blacks), comes from their iconic red and black striped jerseys. The club has a rich history of producing world-class players such as Paolo Maldini, Marco van Basten, Andriy Shevchenko, Kaka, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, among others.
In recent years, AC Milan has undergone a rebuilding process and is once again on the rise. The club has a strong youth system and has produced several talented young players who are now making an impact on the first team. With the recent signing of high-profile players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Mario Mandzukic, AC Milan looks set to compete for both domestic and international titles in the years to come.
AC Milan has a passionate fan base that spans the globe, and their home games are played at the iconic San Siro Stadium in Milan, which has a capacity of over 80,000 spectators. The club’s motto, “il Diavolo Rossonero” (The Red and Black Devil), reflects their fierce competitiveness and desire to win at all costs.
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Flights to Milan
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AC Milan Matches
AC Milan is considered one of the greatest Champions League teams of all time. With 7 Champions League titles, AC Milan is the team that has won the tournament the second-most times (after Real Madrid with 14 titles). There are many unforgettable AC Milan matches, perhaps the most popular being the 2005 Champions League final against Liverpool, when Liverpool miraculously won the final on penalties.
Countless football legends have played for the club, such as Paolo Maldini, Ruud Gullit, Kluivert, Andrea Pirlo, and many more. AC Milan has always been a club that could attract attractive players to the club, and now we can see players like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mike Maignan, and Tonali shining for the team.
Champions League 2005
The two most memorable seasons in AC Milan’s recent history are the 2005 and 2007 Champions League seasons. In the 2005 Champions League, AC Milan was placed in a group with FC Barcelona, Shaktar Donetsk, and Celtic. All AC Milan matches were dominant, and they ended up topping the group with 16 points.
In the round of 16, AC Milan faced Manchester United. Manchester United was considered favorites to win the Champions League title, so it came as a surprise when AC Milan beat Manchester United 2-0 and advanced to the quarterfinals, where they faced archrivals Inter Milan. The first Inter vs AC Milan match ended 2-0 to AC Milan, so they had a good lead to protect in the return match. In the return match at San Siro, AC Milan took a 1-0 lead and it looked like a sure victory for them. But in the 72nd minute, the match was interrupted when Inter fans began throwing flares onto the field, which ended up hitting AC Milan goalkeeper Dida. UEFA awarded AC Milan a 3-0 win, and AC Milan advanced to the semifinals with a 5-0 win over Inter Milan. In the semifinals, AC Milan faced PSV Eindhoven. The match ended 3-3, and AC Milan advanced to the final due to the away goals rule. In the final, Liverpool awaited.
Champions League final 2005
AC Milan was considered the favorites before the match against Liverpool, and it came as no surprise when Paolo Maldini scored in the 1st minute, which is the fastest goal scored in a Champions League final. AC Milan’s striker Hernan Crespo scored 2 goals, so the score was 3-0 before halftime. Many fans around the world had considered AC Milan the new kings of Europe, and that it was impossible for Liverpool to come back. But in just 6 minutes, Liverpool scored 3 goals in the second half. The goals were scored by captain Steven Gerrard, Vladimir Šmicer, and Xabi Alonso. Liverpool did the impossible.
In extra time, the score remained the same, so the match had to be decided by a penalty shootout. Both Serginho and Pirlo missed their penalties for AC Milan, and Shevchenko missed the decisive penalty, making Liverpool the new European champions. AC Milan did not take this well, but they would get their revenge 2 years later.
Champions League final 2007
In the 2006/07 Champions League season, AC Milan reached the final again, where they faced Liverpool once again. AC Milan was out for revenge against Liverpool. The Liverpool vs AC Milan match was played in front of 63,000 spectators at the Olympic Stadium in Athens, and AC Milan took the lead in the 45th minute when a free-kick from Andrea Pirlo was directed in by Inzaghi. In the 82nd, Inzaghi scored again on a penalty kick, and it looked like AC Milan would win the Champions League. However, Liverpool managed to score in the 89th minute, but it was too late and Liverpool couldn’t score another goal, so AC Milan won their 7th Champions League.