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I would appreciate any info.


I will be around Firenze, In Montecatini, during the weekend of April 10th and 11th.

I would love to catch a live match at either, AC Milan or Inter, or at Juve(Since I do not have a favorite Italian team) . But if I had too I would go to see Siena or Fiorentina.

First, I don't know how or where to buy tickets.

Second, I cannot find a schedule for Serie A (in english) or at least Fiorentina.

Anyone have any suggestions.


Grazie
 

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Milan and Inter websites have are also in English
Milan tickets can be purchased online or if in Milan any Banca Intesa sells them directly or Milan Point in the centre of Milan
ciao and hope you become also milanista;)
 

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Diavolo said:
Milan and Inter websites have are also in English
Milan tickets can be purchased online or if in Milan any Banca Intesa sells them directly or Milan Point in the centre of Milan
ciao and hope you become also milanista;)
Since you are a local, any idea how long it takes by train from florence to milan?
 

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What section should I buy tickets to sit in?

I want to survive the game with no Violence;) :tongue: :D

you proabably wont believe this, but here in Brooklyn, I live in an Italian neighbrohood, and on my street there is an AC Milan Supporters club.
 

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If your not looking for trouble you wont get any, it's safe. Depending on how much you want to spend you have from excellent to average seats. Go on www.acmilan.com for stadium map.

On big games Milan Club New York is always their
 

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How far is Turin from Florence by train?

I think on April 10th.Juve is playing Lazio.

also what is Juve website? is it in english too?
Roughly 3 hour. Don't go to Turin, stick to Milan;) train website I think is www.trenitalia.com or www.trenitalia.it
 

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Diavolo said:
Roughly 3 hour. Don't go to Turin, stick to Milan;)
I probably will go to AC milan.
It is closer.

I tried to buy tickets to AC MILAN on april 10th, but I wasn't able to because they do not sell tickets to games that far in the future, is that right?
 

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bilbao2brooklyn said:
I probably will go to AC milan.
It is closer.

I tried to buy tickets to AC MILAN on april 10th, but I wasn't able to because they do not sell tickets to games that far in the future, is that right?
Yes I think it's 4 week advance, but not sure, I'm a season ticket holder so I don't have to worry. BTW Milan is doing well in Serie A so make sure to stick around the website
 

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Click the image to visualize its real dimensions.

Milan - Empoli






Stadio San Siro - Milano


On: 10/04/2004 - at: 15:00


Available seats for this event until 07/04/2004 at 15:00
The price is inclusive of every sales transaction and possible advanced purchase fee.


Type of ticket Price Available seats
Primo Anello Blu Intero € 34,00
Primo Anello Verde Intero € 34,00
Secondo Anello Arancio Intero € 34,00
Secondo Anello Rosso Intero € 34,00
Terzo Anello Intero € 11,85



which is the best seats?
 

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bilbao2brooklyn said:
Click the image to visualize its real dimensions.

Milan - Empoli






Stadio San Siro - Milano


On: 10/04/2004 - at: 15:00


Available seats for this event until 07/04/2004 at 15:00
The price is inclusive of every sales transaction and possible advanced purchase fee.


Type of ticket Price Available seats
Primo Anello Blu Intero € 34,00
Primo Anello Verde Intero € 34,00
Secondo Anello Arancio Intero € 34,00
Secondo Anello Rosso Intero € 34,00
Terzo Anello Intero € 11,85



which is the best seats?
Depends what you prefer.

Primo anello is 1st ring behind goal (closer to players but you are behind goal)

Secondo anello (arancio and rosso) second ring lateral, basically you are seated midfied not as close to the pitch, but you see the entire field equally)

I have 2 ring.

It's your choice, is it better to see a NFL game behind goal and maybe closer to the pitch or lateral a bit further away)

P.S. Anyway San Siro is good in any postion, don't buy Terzo Anello (that's 3rd ring)
 
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