F.C. Internazionale Milano

Founded in 1908, Inter is recognized internationally as one of the most successful clubs in the world, with 39 trophies won: 18 Italian Championships, 7 Coppa Italia, 5 League Super Cups, 3 UEFA Cups, 2 Champions Cups, 1 UEFA Champions League, 2 Intercontinental Cups and 1 FIFA Club World Cup. Inter is one of the seven teams of the history of football to have won the Champions League, national championship and national cup in the same year (2010), the only Italian football club to never be downgraded in its 107 years of history. It has a global brand of over 300 million fans around the world. The Inter House is the stadium Giuseppe Meazza, one of the most important, famous and visited facilities (over 4 million tourists every year). It has a seating capacity of 78,615 seats. The Company has a leading youth sector both in Italy and abroad. Over the years, 39 trophies won and numerous players grown in the nursery playing in their respective national team and major European championships.

A.C. Milan

Today A.C. Milan is a highly efficient structure capable of combining a glorious sports tradition with the most innovative modernity. A Club built on its century old trophies and on global entertainment. For over a century A.C. Milan has indeed been identified with football, entertainment, passion and victories. It’s one of the most important Club that has been awarded with a lot of trophies: 18 League Titles, 7 UEFA Champions Leagues, 3 European American Cups, 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 5 UEFA Super Cups, 7 League Super Cups, 5 Italian Cups, 2 European Cup Winners’ Cups.

Giro d'Italia

The Giro d'Italia is a male-style cycling race on the road that takes place along the Italian streets annually. Set up in 1909, it has always been held, except for the interruptions due to the First and Second World War, over the course of three weeks during May. The Tour is one of the three most important races of the calendar, and the International Cycling Union has included it in its UCI World Tour circuit along with the other two major international races, the Tour de France and the Vuelta in España. Historically it is considered the second most prestigious race after the French