MILAN – Here you can find all the information that you need to know if you are planning on attending Sunday evening’s match between Inter and Sampdoria at San Siro. Tickets are still available from all official sales channels. Click here to discover our special promotion for university students and all the other ticket prices. More than 50,000 Nerazzurri fans have already bought their tickets for the match –don't miss your chance to be a part of it too!
There will be plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy before kick-off. Fans can once again visit the Inter Village, where there will be lots of games and entertainment for Interisti of all ages. There will be four Konami game stations, with it being possible to play PES2019 and have a go at table football and the new kick point. There will also be an Inter Quiz, face painting, music from Discoradio and stunts from a freestyler. Admission will be free for all fans: we’ll be waiting for you at Gate 9!
CHOREOGRAPHY AND SCARF PROMOTION
When the two teams take to the pitch, it will be up to you to produce an amazing spectacle: let’s raise our scarves into the sky so that the Nerazzurri’s colours are everywhere in the stadium. Anybody who doesn’t own a scarf can buy one at the special price of €10 at the San Siro Pop Up Store (Gates 1, 5 and 8) and the San Siro Store on the day of the game. From today until Sunday, it’ll be possible to take advantage of this offer at our Online Store and at the Inter Store Milano (Galleria Passarella 2). We’re waiting for you!
GATES: OPENING TIME
The gates will open at 16:00 CET. Fans are encouraged to arrive at the stadium in good time before the kick-off to avoid queues at the entrance.
Fans should enter the stadium through the gate indicated on their ticket.
To speed up checks at the gate, we ask fans to have an identity document and their ticket/Siamo Noi membership cards at hand.
SIAMO NOI CARDHOLDER ACTIVATION
All fans that will be using their Siamo Noi membership card for the first time will have to complete the recognition procedure before entering the stadium. To do this, they must attend one of the ticket offices (NORD or SUD) and present their Siamo Noi card and proof of identity.
The ticket offices will be open from 15:00 CET until kick-off.
In the event that a Siamo Noi card has not yet arrived, on matchday you can head to the NORD or SUD ticket office to request a replacement ticket. To do so, you’ll need to head to the office entitled "supporto sostitutivo” and present: proof of identity, proof of purchasefor your Siamo Noi card and the receipt for your ticket.
Children up to the age of four will be able to enter the stadium for free as long as they are accompanied by a paying adult. At Gate 9, it will be necessary to present an identity document or birth certificate for the child. Following this, a special “bambino under 5” ticket will be given out. This ticket will not be for a specific seat.
HOW TO REACH THE STADIUM: MOOVIT & INTER
Thanks to our collaboration with Moovit, supporters will be able to receive detailed information regarding getting to the stadium, specific entrances and areas dedicated to them using public transport. Click here to discover the easiest and quickest route to reach the Meazza!
Travelling using line 5 is undoubtedly the easiest way to reach San Siro.
Please note that it might not be possible to get off at the “San Siro Ippodromo” and “Segesta” stops on the M5 line (purple line). The “San Siro Stadio” stop will always remain open, however.
DOCUMENTS AND STADIUM RULES AND REGULATIONS
We would like to remind all fans that an identity document will need to be presented in order to access the stadium (ID card, passport or birth certificate for the youngest fans). Objects such as crutches, selfie sticks, iron-tipped umbrellas, battery chargers etc cannot be brought into the stadium.
SECONDARY TICKETING AND COUNTERFEIT TICKETS
FC Internazionale Milano is not liable if a person suffers damages or is defrauded of money as a result of tickets being purchased from unauthorised channels such as street vendors, secondary ticketing sites or transactions between private entities. Tickets purchased near the stadium on the day of the match have been known to be counterfeit tickets in the past and access to the stadium will not be possible if they are presented.
See you at San Siro! Forever #ForzaInter!