A top fixture awaits this Sunday as AC Milan will be hosting Serie A club Atalanta. Stefano Pioli’s boys are looking to grab the three points and get one step closer to the Scudetto.
The support from the fans has been incredible. In fact, there were 200 thousand requests for the tickets of this much-awaited game at the San Siro. All tickets were sold-out in 2 hours.
Giuseppe Sala, Mayor of Milano city, has issued a new set of rules, customised for the coming Serie A clash:
“No alcohol and no sales even for bottled drinks. it will be forbidden to bring them into the Meazza on Sunday on the occasion of Milan – Atalanta. In addition to this, it will not be allowed to bring in firecrackers, rockets, fireworks and smoke bombs into the stadium.”
The municipal ordinance was issued by the mayor Beppe Sala: it is valid inside the stadium from the moment the gates open until 2 am, as reported by ANSA.