MILAN – The derby. The big one. A match to experience together, at the stadium. The San Siro, decked out in black and blue, ready to become a fortress of Nerazzurri support. Ready to spur the players on. Because nothing beats being there, especially when it’s derby time.
F.C. Internazionale would like to inform its fans that Lega Calcio has set the kick-off time for 20:45 CEST on Sunday 13 September. Tickets bought before 1 September bearing the original 15:00 kick-off time are still valid. The general sale began on Friday 28 August, once the phases reserved for season-ticket holders, Siamo Noi card holders and Inter Club members had concluded.
It is still possible to snap up a season ticket in any section of the stadium, with the best seats reserved for season-ticket holders. Get behind the Nerazzurri for the entire season!
All tickets can be purchased online at http://www.inter.it/en/biglietteria, where you can choose your seat directly on a map of the ground and you don't have to pay commission, as well as at the Solo Inter club shop at 1 Via Berchet in Milan, at the ticket office in the Stadio San Siro (Entrance 13) and at more than 500 Vivaticket branches (listed here: inter.it/it/punti-vendita). At this link, you'll also find the first Pirelli Driver Centers affiliated to the Vivaticket circuit.
As of Friday 4 September, it will be possible to view your exact sector, row and seat for the derby by logging into your user profile on inter.it (make sure you’ve linked your Siamo Noi card number to your account).
Visiting fans will be situated in the second tier blue for the derby, with only those fans in possession of a Cuore Rossonero card able to purchase a ticket. The ticket purchasing procedure will be established by AC Milan and made available to interested fans on acmilan.com. The price for a ticket in the visiting section will be €25 and, as per the traditional agreement between the two clubs, this price will be the same for Inter fans in the return fixture later in the season.
Nothing beats being there. See you at San Siro!