MILAN – Milan has a new, modern and functional headquarters of 9.000 square metres. Casa Milan won’t just be a site for the club’s staff, it will also be for rossoneri fans from Italy and all over the world that want to pay a visit and discover our values and history. An open space in Milan, Italy and the world from the end of May 2014.
The objective is to create an exciting and entertaining experience to all those who want to visit us in a unique place where the concept #weareacmilan is experienced to the full.
A shard passion and participation with the club, with the aim of bringing employees, footballers, fans, lovers of sports, Italians and tourists together.
Those aims are what led to the idea and the decision to build Casa Milan, a place that is able to meet the increasing commercial, entertainment and development needs for the benefit of the club.
We’re planning for the future and the new headquarters is just the first tangible result of our desire to change and to innovate.
From the biggest fan who wants to live his passion for the rossoneri to the full, or a person who is merely interested in paying a visit and spending time at the state of the art facilities, this unique site caters for everybody.
Casa Milan, designed by the architect Fabio Novembre, fits in with AC Milan’s goals and vision of renovation and expansion which was strongly desired by the club’s CEO and Vice-President Barbara Berlusconi.
The location site Portello
Milan chose to construct the new headquarters in the Portello area because it is close to the stadium and in a position in which it is easy to reach Milanello.
The Portello redevelopment area also represents the dynamism associated with the club’s current development plans.
The facade of Casa Milan encompasses all the themes that will be dealt with inside the building.
There are also sculptures of athletes who are in a shooting-pose which then generates a black and red colour effect to represent the black and red stripes of Milan’s playing shirt.
3000 square metres of office space are available to the staff. The offices were built with functionality and modern-design in mind.
Thanks to the right mix of rare club relics and modern technology, the fans will be able to relive the glorious 114 year history of the club in the museum of 1000 square metres.
A complete journey that takes you through the Gallery of Champions to the Winners of the Ballon d’Or and not to mention the Trophy Room with the most significant and prestigious trophies won by the club.
The experience can be personalised and is completely interactive thanks to the partnership with Google and the latest technologies.
The experience at the museum has been catered to satisfy all needs and all target groups, from children to adults.
The new Milan Store of 450 square metres can be reached directly from the museum while there will also be an alternative Experience Store in the main square which will offer club merchandise, official playing shirts and club playing gear in addition to exclusive products.
A new feature of the Milan Store will be the bookshop, where books dedicated to AC Milan, its history, key members and playing shirts will be sold.
The Milan Store will be open every day from 10.00-20.00 while on Thursday it will remain open until 22.00.
At Casa Milan it will be possible to buy tickets for all Milan matches at the San Siro. The opening hours are the same as the Milan Store.
A restaurant of 450 square metres will be open to the public from 08.00 to 24.00 and will offer a complete menu from breakfast, lunch, dinner and even snacks.
Like all aspects of Casa Milan, the restaurant has been designed with the intention of satisfying all tastes.
Like the restaurant at the Milanello Sports Centre, it promises to offer quality dishes in line with healthy eating while the various TV screens will also show all Milan matches and the best international sporting events.
The Main Square
The Main Square in which Casa Milan is found is amongst the biggest in Milan: 25.000 square metres.
It will be a meeting place for fans where they can celebrate the team’s sporting success which the club hopes is just around the corner. It is a symbol and reference point for all Milan fans.
Big Screen TV for the World Cup
A big screen TV will be installed on the outer surface of Casa Milan which will show previous clips of Milan’s greatest triumphs and protagonists that helped make history.
Moreover, matches from this summer’s World Cup in Brazil 2014 will also be shown on the screen.
Casa Milan and the main square will be equipped with a free Wi-fi service thanks to AC Milan, a testimony to the importance that the club gives to the latest technology.
The availability of a Wi-Fi network came about in order to achieve the club’s aim of making Casa Milan a meeting point in people’s leisure time.
doesnt our parent company has two big ass tv networks? no wonder our production level have ratchet up to insane level since barbara took over.looks neat...i'll bet they spent a small fortune just producing that video
so is this place open yet? i read an article that they moved offices over there in november
but based on bab's press conference the other day...it sounds like they are still building it