AC MILAN
NICKNAME: "i Rossoneri"   COLORS:   
FOUNDED: 1899   CITY: Milan, Italy
LEAGUE: Serie A   NATIONAL TITLES: 18
SUPPORTERS: "Brigate Rossonere"
Brigate Rossonere
Milan Jersey
Italy
SAN SIRO
San Siro
CAPACITY: 80,018
 

The first headquarters were established at the 'Fiaschetteria Toscana' on Via Berchet in Milan, back in 1899. From that moment on the glorious history of Milan was born as the club went on to write its name in football's record books to become, especially over the last 15 years, one of the most famous and successful teams in the world.

The Rossoneri history is studded with legendary names of men who have made a major contribution to the club's development, be they presidents, coaches or players. The first president was a British expatriate, Alfred Edwards, who oversaw the club's first title - a mere two years after its foundation. The president with the most victories is Silvio Berlusconi who has taken Milan to the pinnacle of the world game since taking control in 1986.

Milan's home games are played at San Siro, also known as the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The stadium, which is shared with long-lasting city rivals Internazionale, is the largest in Italian football, with a total capacity of 80,018.

SOURCE: AC Milan

TITLES
3 Intercontinental Cup
1 Club World Cup
7 Champions League
2 Cup Winners' Cup
5 Super Cup
18 Serie A
2 Serie B
5 Coppa Italia
6 Supercoppa Italiana
MOST APPEARANCES
Maldini
Paolo MALDINI Italy
Franco BARESI Italy
Alessandro COSTACURTA Italy
Gianni RIVERA Italy
902
719
663
658
MOST GOALS
Nordahl
Gunnar NORDAHL Sweden
Andriy SHEVCHENKO Ukraine
Gianni RIVERA Italy
Jose ALTAFINI Italy
221
175
164
161
MEMORABLE GAMES
2007
2007
2004
2000
Club World Cup
Champions League
Serie A
Serie A
Italy AC Milan 4 vs 2 Boca Juniors Argentina
Italy AC Milan 3 vs 0 Man Utd England
Italy AC Milan 3 vs 2 Inter Milan Italy
Italy Inter Milan 0 vs 6 AC Milan Italy
DERBY DELLA MADONNINA
AC Milan
AC Milan vs Inter Milan
Record (74 - 64 - 77)   Goals (287 - 292)
MOST APPS   MOST GOALS
Maldini (56)    Shevchenko (14)
Inter Milan
AC MILAN BEST XI

BUFFON
GK

NESTA
CD

BARESI
SW

MALDINI
LB

PIRLO
DM

DONADONI
RM

LIEDHOLM
AM

RIVERA
LM

GULLIT
ST

VANBASTEN
ST

NORDAHL
ST

ANCELOTTI
MG
1 Italy GK Lorenzo BUFFON
1 Italy GK Sebastian ROSSI
1 Italy GK Fabio CUDICINI
2 Italy RB Mauro TASSOTTI
3 Italy LB Paolo MALDINI
3 Italy CD Angelo ANQUILLETTI
3 Italy RB Cesare MALDINI
5 Italy CD Alessandro COSTACURTA
5 Germany LB Karl-Heinz SCHNELLINGER
6 Italy SW Franco BARESI
6 Italy CD Giovanni TRAPATTONI
8 France CD Marcel DESAILLY
13 Italy CD Alessandro NESTA
4 Italy DM Demetrio ALBERTINI
7 Italy RM Roberto DONADONI
8 Italy DM Giovanni LODETTI
8 Italy DM Gennaro GATTUSO
8 Netherlands DM Frank RIJKAARD
10 Sweden AM Nils LIEDHOLM
10 Italy LM Gianni RIVERA
10 Netherlands CM Clarence SEEDORF
10 Croatia CM Zvonimir BOBAN
10 Yugoslavia AM Dejan SAVIĆEVIĆ
11 Italy LM Alberigo EVANI
21 Italy DM Andrea PIRLO
22 Brazil AM KAKA
23 Italy CM Massimo AMBROSINI
7 Ukraine ST Andriy SHEVCHENKO
9 Netherlands ST Marco VAN BASTEN
9 Sweden ST Gunnar NORDAHL
9 Italy ST Jose ALTAFINI
9 Italy ST Filippo INZAGUI
9 Liberia ST George WEAH
9 Italy ST Aldo BOFFI
9 Belgium ST Louis VAN HEGE
10 Netherlands FW Ruud GULLIT
11 Italy ST Pierino PRATI
11 Italy ST Daniele MASSARO
11 Sweden ST Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC
11 Italy ST Giuseppe SANTAGOSTINO

BACK-TO-BACK CUPS
Milan is the last team to win back-to-back European Cups. 1989 against Steaua Bucuresti and 1990 against Benfica.
SOURCE: Bleacher Report