A museum was opened inside the stadium in 1996 that has all about the history and achievements of A.C. Milan and Inter including cups, trophies, shoes and other souvenirs.
The stadium was named "Stadio Giuseppe Meazza" in honor of Giuseppe Meazza on 3rd March, 1980. He was a two-time World Cup winner who played for both Inter and Milan teams.
The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza is a famous football stadium of San Siro, Milan in Italy, also known as the San Siro. The stadium’s construction started in December 1925. The architects who built this magnificent stadium are Alberto Cugini and Ulisse Stacchini. The stadium was finally opened on 19th September 1926 after a span of a year of construction in which around €1.8 million was spent. The stadium underwent numerous renovations in years 1935, 1955 and 1990 and recently in 2015. The stadium is owned by the Municipality of Milan. Football clubs A.C. Milan and Internazionale have been tenants of the stadium since 1926 and 1947, respectively. The Italian national team occasionally plays matches there. The stadium was often used for the UEFA Champions League final (in 1965, 1970, 2001 and 2016).
The stage held three matches of the 1934 FIFA World Cup: Switzerland vs. Netherlands on 27th May, Germany vs. Sweden on 31st May, and Italy vs. Austria on 3rd June.
The Junior Welterweight title match between Duilio Loi and Carlos Ortiz was held here in 1960.
The stadium has also hosted the 1965, 1970, 2001 and the 2016 European Cup finals.
In the year 1980, the stadium hosted three matches of the UEFA Euro: Spain vs. Italy on 12th June, Belgium vs. Spain on 15th June, and Netherlands vs. Czechoslovakia on 17th June.
Bob Marley performed here as a part of his "Uprising Tour" on 27th June in 1980.
American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen performed here as a part of his "Born in the U.S.A. Tour" on 24th June, 1984.
The first and only rugby union match between Italy and New Zealand was held here on 14th November, 2009. It was a Test match.