Going to the San Siro stadium is my first and most important reason to come to Italy. The stadium was built in 1926 and belonged to the kind of building that is not allowed to be demolished. The ownership is the city of Milan, which is shared by two teams in Milan: AC Milan and Inter Milan. In 1980, the stadium was renamed Meazza Stadium. Since Meazza was a hall of Inter Milan, AC Milan fans were reluctant to call it Meazza and continued to use the name of San Siro. During the day, you can buy tickets to the stadium and explore. The tour is led by a staff member, and he explains everything in English. There are restrictions on the time of the tour. Here you can visit the auditorium, the player interview area, the player locker room, etc. There are three locker rooms at the San Siro stadium, AC Milan and Inter Milan each have a fixed locker room, and the other is the visiting team locker room. There are two teams in the honor room under the stadium, showing the glorious history of the two teams, which includes trophies, jerseys, old photos, and so on.