AC Milan Live Stream
A.C. Milan (Associazione Calcio Milan) like no other team reflects century-old values of professional football in Italy. It is the most titled club in the country and the second most successful team worldwide in terms of amount of international titles. Milan, a simplified and commonly recognized name, is the holder of three International Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup. Still, words would be vain if fans couldn’t ascertain the success with their own eyes while watching AC Milan live stream events.
Founded in 1899, the club has never been relegated from the highest national division, except for a couple of unsuccessful seasons in the 1980s. Being a constant participant of Serie A, it holds 18 championship titles, yielding only to Juventus with 30 titles, as well as five Coppa Italia awards and six Supercoppa Italiana trophies. As far as European competitions are concerned, Milan has distinguished itself seven times in Champions League, five times in UEFA Super Cup, and twice in Cup Winners’ Cup.
A vivid inventory of unshakeable merits brought the club financial success. Nowadays it shares the podium with the most valuable football clubs not only in Italy but also in the whole world. Moreover, in the fullness of time it became a founding member of G-14 (now European Club Association) – a formation of the most influential football clubs in Europe. The team’s current status is strongly supported by the owner Silvio Berlusconi, a former prime-minister and a controlling shareholder.
To continue, all home AC Milan p2p stream matches are held at San Siro stadium, which is shared with Inter, another influential Italian team. The venue is the largest in the country, ready to welcome more than 80 thousand visitors at once. It should be noted that, due to local background, Inter has been supposed Milan’s key rival for many years. Their encounters are traditionally called Derby della Madonnina. This event draws cosmic attention from the part of followers across the world.
The Rossoneri, a popular nickname used by supporters, is a direct implication on the club’s traditional home colors: red and black. Here, red represents the players’ ardor, whereas black stands for the rivals’ fear of challenges. By the way, Milan boasts one more telling nickname – the Devil. Its symbol was once used at the club’s official logo, supplemented with a Golden Star for Sports Excellence. The star was awarded after winning 10 championship titles in 1979. Today Rossoneri’s badge is all about the flag of the commune di Milano with the foundation year at the bottom and ACM acronym at the top (represented in the team’s official colors).
|25 January 2017|
|Juventus - AC Milan||Coppa Italia|
|29 January 2017|
|Udinese - AC Milan||Italy Serie A|