Become a Milan Midfielder and Play the San Siro CharityDerby
Become a Milan midfielder and play the CharityDerby game at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan on Friday, May 25, 2018 (at 6:00 p.m. - to be confirmed).
The auction winner will have the opportunity to come play on the field of the "Scala of Soccer," as the San Siro Stadium is known, as the regular midfielder position in a 60-minute game for the Rossonera team.
The San Siro CharityDerby is a benefit game organized by the sports association "In Campo con il Cuore," to which the proceeds of this auction will be donated. This special game will be made up solely of CharityStars auction winners.
This match will give generous donors the chance to feel like a true professional, experiencing the feelings of a soccer player on game day. They will be able to use the Milan locker room, hear the coach's pre-game briefing, and even take a team picture.
Each participant will have a specially-made red/black shirt personalized with the winner's name and number (to be communicated to us at the auction closing) to keep as a souvenir of this unforgettable afternoon.
The Rossonera team will have a former "Milan glory" as their coach, which will be revealed soon.
The winner will also have the pleasure of enjoying the following:
- Entrance in underground VIP parking
- A buffet in the Executive Room
- Insurance coverage
- Massage therapist and staff
- Certificate and medal
- A minimum of 40 minutes playing time
Additional details: Participants in the auction must be over 18 years old and present a Certificate of Good Health.
Every year in Italy alone, 60,000 people die of cardiac arrest. Often it is a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) without symptoms of any kind. In the case of SCA, it has been statistically proven that up to 30% more lives can be saved through immediate and proper first aid.
More specifically, it has been shown that external chest compression (cardiac massage) done by trained experts, who do not necessarily have to be medical professionals, followed by the delivery of a low-grade dose of electric current from an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), can restore normal cardiac function.
Training, prevention and the availability of life-saving defibrillators are the underlying goals of the project “IN CAMPO CON IL CUORE” (With Our Hearts on the Field). This project aims to educate athletes, young people and all citizens in basic first aid awareness to create greater solidarity and cohesiveness in our communities.