Enjoy Italy vs Portugal at the San Siro Stadium in Milan
This is your chance to enjoy the Italy-Portugal UEFA Nations League match that will take place on Saturday November 17, 2018. The Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio, in collaboration with Fondazione Insieme Contro il Cancro, is offering two passes to this unique VIP experience.
This experience begins with a walkabout inside the Meazza staduim with friends or family including a guided tour of the Media Area, the Media Working Area and the Mixed Zone. You will have access to the dressing rooms just a few hours before kick off and you'll walk down the tunnel and onto the pitch.
After a stop at the “Casa Azzurri” hospitality area, you'll enjoy the match from your Central Platinum Stand seats.
This experience will take place from 5.45pm on Saturday November 17 at the Meazza Stadium, Milan, Italy. You will visit the stadium before watching the match. When you buy one ticket you will also receive one ticket to access the stadium experience. Tickets are nominative. Once you have completed your purchase you must send the name, surname, cellphone number and date and place of birth of all participants to email@example.com by no later than 10am on November 15, otherwise access to this experience is not guaranteed. The winner will receive a programme from FIGC containing all the details regarding the experience.
Please note: Participant/s who arrive late will be denied access to the tour. In this case tickets to the match (excluding the walkabout) must be picked up from the ticket office.
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