Milan have opened their new club headquarters, Casa Milan, in a ceremony at the venue today.
With Coach Clarence Seedorf and the Rossoneri squad in attendance, the ribbon was cut by CEOs Adriano Galliani and Barbara Berlusconi to signal the start of a new era for the club.
As well as an official museum charting the San Siro giants’ history, the site will play host to a club megastore, a square with a big screen, a restaurant, a range of offices and a ticket bureau.
“I still haven’t seen the museum all finished,” Galliani commented. “It’s a big surprise. Barbara and her team have done a great job. The credit for all of this success goes to Silvio Berlusconi.”
Casa Milan will officially be open to the public from 26th May 2014.
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