Inter Patron Massimo Moratti Sides Against San Siro Demolition

Giuseppe Meazza a.k.a the San Siro’s demolition has long been a touchy subject for the city of Milan and its Rossoneri and Nerazzurri faithful, who have called no place else home since the legendary stadium was established almost a hundred years ago – the biggest in Italy till date.

One of the people pledging to save the historic stadium is Ex-Inter executive Massimo Moratti, who spent 18-years as the Nerazzurri’s chairman. He is a part of the ’Si Meazza’ or ‘Yes to Preserve Meazza’ movement, which is against the demolition of the venue for a new stadium in its place.

Both Inter and Milan have officially joined hands to build a new stadium and now there is momentum against the plans.

This arises from the historic and cultural implications of bringing down a football icon, considered by many as a cathedral of world football for the significance it poses.

According to Corriere della Sera (via Calcio e Finanza), the former Inter president is at the forefront of the advocation against the tearing down of the historic stadium that will celebrate its 100th anniversary come September 2026 – that is, if the stadium still stands strong against all odds.