Front Row Seats to the Juventus-Milan Match and Accommodations
Become the twelfth man alongside Juventus for the much-awaited game against AC Milan, valid for the 30th day of 2017/18 Serie A TIM Championship.
The winner and a friend will have the opportunity to attend the Juventus-AC Milan match at 8:45 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, 2018 from the most exclusive seats of Allianz Stadium: the Sivori grandstand, first ring, sector 104, row 1, seats 15 and 16. They will also enjoy free access to the restaurant buffet and private access to the stadium at GATE G (Corso G. Scirea).
But that's not all! To make the experience as comfortable as possible, a double room (with continental buffet breakfast and Wi-Fi Internet included) has been reserved for the night of Saturday, March 31, 2018 at one of the two following hotels based on availability: Hotel Cascina di Corte, a charming hotel located in the immediate vicinity of the Stadium, and the Hotel Galant.
The winner and guest will also be invited to the buffet restaurant in the heart of the VIP stands before the match, at half time and post-match.
Anyone can participate in this auction and gain access to the Allianz Stadium: it is not necessary to have a fan card or JuventusMember card.
Live Onlus is an Italian nonprofit organization created in June, 2008 by Andrea Zalamena with the participation of the soccer players Alessandro Lambrughi (former Livorno defender for six years) and Giacomo Bindi. Many soccer players have been involved in the charity over the years (Leonardo Bonucci, Pasquale Schiattarella, Miralem Pjanic, Daniele Rugani, Matteo Bruscagin, Elia Legati, Ermanno Fumagalli, Davide Di Quinzio, Alvaro Morata and many others), serving as the charity's testimonials.
Monza-based Live Onlus has been helping sports associations and local schools in the northern Italian towns of Monza and Brianza by donating defibrillators and sports equipment, and redoing fields.
Recently, Live Onlus has been donating defibrillators for its project "Cuore Batticuore - Un Defibrillatore per la Vita" aimed at having a defibrillator on every field.