Inter & Milan verify new stadium plans as “La Catedral” will get go-ahead



The “La Catedral” project has given the green light

Milan giants and bitter rivals AC Milan and Inter Milan will have a new home after the Serie A couple kicked off the “La Catedral” stadium project.

“AC Milan and FC Internazionale Milano are excited about this project and are committed to helping the fans, families and the community it will serve. This project is an exciting opportunity for Milan by providing the city with a first class meeting place to celebrate its history, future, people – the heart and soul of Milan! “

Final plans for the new stadium, which will replace the iconic but outdated San Siro, will be unveiled in the late months of 2022, but first impressions of the new stadium, managed by global architecture firm Populous, are breathtaking.

“La Catedral” is to be presented in a 50,000 square meter park that will also house an underground car park, the Meazza Museum and other entertainment and social meeting places. Find it in Moscow or Manchester, it is a stadium by two of Milan’s most famous buildings was inspired; the cathedral and the Galleria. It is a stadium of and for Milan, in the most sustainable sports and entertainment district in Europe. It’s a new icon for Milano. “

As a leader in the social, economic and political landscape of Italy and Europe, Milan undoubtedly deserves a stadium that reflects the great influence the city has as a beacon of art, commerce, design, education, fashion and finance.

Inter & Milan fight in Serie A.

The news that Milan will benefit from a new stadium that reflects the importance of the city goes hand in hand with the current title race that will be played this season in Serie A between bitter city rivals Milan and Inter.

Unveiled: “La Catedral” stadium project receives the green light from Inter & AC Milan as the new home of football

STADIO GIUSEPPE MEAZZA, MILAN, ITALY – 11/07/2021: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (L) of AC Milan is challenged by Marcelo Brozovic of FC Internazionale during the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and FC Internazionale. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. (Photo by Nicolò Campo / LightRocket via Getty Images)

Current defending champions, Inter have risen non-stop from Antonio Conte under former Italian striker Simone Inzaghi and are currently at the top of the table as they look for their first straight Scudetto since the 2009/10 season.

Milan, just four points behind Inter and level with SSC Napoli in second place, remain rejuvenated this season under Stefano Pioli after finishing second behind Inter last season but 12 points behind their heated rivals.

The two fought to a 1-1 draw at San Siro in early November and perhaps there was no better time to announce the new stadium project during a period of football renaissance in the Lombardi capital.


This article was edited by
Josh Barker.





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