Milan Expand Global Footprint with Casa Milan Dubai

Milan, under the initiative of RedBird Capital, have expanded their global footprint with the inauguration of Casa Milan Dubai, thus becoming the first Italian Club to open their office in the MENA region. This move highlights Milan’s intention to spread their wings across Middle East, making UAE their first point of entry.

According to the Rossoneri, it marks a significant milestone in the Club’s strategic global expansion and stands as a testament to the Rossoneri’s new evolution phase under the leadership of RedBird Capital.

Milan hold strong connections with key stakeholders in the country, such as Emirates, who have been the Club’s principal partner since 2007. It is bound to boost Milan’s strategic position in the Middle East, with the nation now serving as a central hub for the Club’s operations and initiatives.

“Casa Milan Dubai represents our commitment to global growth and our strong belief in the potential of the Middle Eastern market. This new office is not merely a physical space but a testament to AC Milan’s ambition to foster a stronger, more global football community, connecting hearts and minds worldwide. At the same time, Casa Milan Dubai will serve as our Home away from home, a place where our values and passion for football will continue to thrive.”

With our new office in Dubai, we are proud to further our presence in a key region for the Club and to continue to build upon our relationship with our partners, including Emirates, which has been at our side for 15 years, making our partnership one of the most recognizable, respected and longest-running in global football, ” said CEO Giorgio Furlani.

Milan reportedly remain the most followed Italian Club in the region, with 35 million followers, more than Inter and Juventus.

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