Nerazzurri fans will also be able to watch the Champions League final between Manchester City and Inter from the San Siro stands, thanks to a 400 square meter big screen that will be set up in front of the orange grandstand. Here all the info to buy tickets, on sale from Tuesday 6 June. The Champions final will be live on Sky (also in 4K) and streaming on NOW
INTER, THE SPECIAL TOWARDS THE FINAL
On Saturday 10 June the doors of the San Siro stadium will open for the Champions League final. In fact, a maxi screen will be set up in front of the orange grandstand at San Siro, just as happens for major concerts. For the occasion, the facility will have a capacity reduced to 40,000 spectators. Fans will be able to sit in the red, green and blue sectors, as well as in the meadow.
Tickets will be on sale from Tuesday 6 June on the vivaticket.com website. The first phase will open at 10:00 and will continue until 15:00 and will be dedicated to season ticket holdersyou have Inter Club members in possession of the code with which they can exercise the pre-emption on the purchase. The coupon code will be communicated by the morning of Tuesday 6 June to season-ticket holders and Inter Club members via e-mail and via the Coordination Centre.From 16:00 will open the free sale phaseTickets will be available for everyone to purchase while supplies last. The first ring and the parterre cost 20 eurothe second ring 14 euro and the third ring can be purchased for the price of 10 euro. The gates they will open at 7pmthe pre-match will be animated with music and live links from Istanbul.
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Mandatory to leave the stadium at the end of the match
The big screen will be 400 square meters large, it will be positioned in front of the orange grandstand, exactly where the stage of a concert at San Siro is usually positioned. The goal is “offer fans an immersive match viewing experience that makes them feel even closer to the team“, reads the Inter press release. The Nerazzurri are keen to clarify that “at the end of the match, the fans will have to leave the stadium as usual, regardless of the result of the matchSo if Inter were able to beat Manchester City, the fans would still not be able to stay inside the stadium waiting for the team.