According to AC Milan, football is passion, fun and growth and, as such, it has to be capable of attracting also younger people to the matches. Over 5,000 tickets were sold during 2016/2017 football Season to U17s and over 20,000 were sold to U14s.
Elderly age groups are not excluded from the social inclusion project. In fact, over 5,000 tickets were sold for over 65s.
|NUMBER OF TICKETS SOLD DURING THE SEASON*||2016/2017 football Season|
|Under 25||Subscriptions dedicated|
*The figure doesn’t include season tickets
A barrier-free stadium
The Club also undertakes to use football as a social glue also for disability, ensuring even more infrastructural accessibility for disabled people
|Number of disabled people at the Stadium during football Season 2016/2017|
|Number of social tickets (tickets donated to Associations and public Institutions dealing with social activities)|
|Number of young people accepted in the dedicated segment|
To favor the access to the stadium, A.C. Milan has set up a reservation service specifically designed for AC Milan’s disabled supporters.
In order to ensure greater safety and accessibility, supporters with disabilities enjoy specific places inside the stadium, which are suitable for the special needs of wheelchairs and people with mobility difficulties.
The Group also provides for a contact address for people with disabilities for information, communications and any requests: email@example.com.
AC Milan Group – following the awarding of UEFA Champions League 2016 Final and in accordance with Milan Municipality – decided to accept the request of CAFE (Centre for Access to Football in Europe) and to set up an elevated platform, along the parterre of the orange stand, to allow wheelchair spectators to improve the view of the pitch.
The elevated platform is raised above the previous walk-over flooring of about 35 cm, thus avoiding the parapet to be a visual obstacle to wheelchair spectators.