Monza-Milan, sold out and new record
Monza-Milan sold out
U-Power Stadium already completely sold out for the first edition of the Silvio Berlusconi Trophy.
Thanks to the new capacity, 16,917 fans will be present at the stadium to watch the match between Monza and Milan scheduled for Tuesday, August 8 at 9 p.m.
A sell-out with great emotional and statistical significance, as it marks a new record in the red and white’s history on the very day of the remembrance of President Silvio Berlusconi.
AC Monza reminds that the stadium ticket offices will therefore remain closed on the day of the match and invites all spectators to go to the stadium well in advance in order to avoid queues at the entrances, which will open at 7 p.m.
For all those who were not able to purchase a ticket, please note that the match will be broadcast live on Canale 5 and on Mediaset Italia for those abroad.
Danilo D’Ambrosio meanwhile is a new Monza player.
The defender signed a contract with the Biancorossi until June 30, 2024, with an option to renew if certain conditions are met.
Born in Naples on September 9, 1988, he grew up in Salernitana before joining Fiorentina’s youth sector at the age of 17.
His professional debut came with Potenza in January 2008 in Serie C. After his experience at Juve Stabia, in January 2010 he was bought by Torino, with whom he immediately made his debut in Serie B.
In granata he won in May 2012 the promotion to Serie A, where he played 42 matches, until his transfer to Inter in January 2014.
His Nerazzurri experience lasted nine and a half seasons, in which he won a Championship, two Italian Cups and two Italian Super Cups.
He also took the field in the Champions League final against Manchester City last June 10.
A defender of great ductility and experience, he boasts 268 Serie A appearances with 21 goals, 21 Champions League appearances and 22 in the Europa League.
He also wore the national team jersey for six matches.