Monza set record attendance at stadium against Lazio
It is the 100th game of the Berlusconi era, which bought the club in 2018. Now Palladino & Co. want to celebrate the double milestone
Another page in the history of Monza is being written. In fact, the duel against Lazio will not only be the 100th home game of the Fininvest era, but also the historic attendance record. In the last few hours, 14,200 presale tickets have been exceeded. The sign of how Raffaele Palladino’s passion for Monza grows from game to game, thanks to the excellent results achieved in the first season in the top division, but also thanks to the good game proposed by Silvio Berlusconi’s club .
monza, 100 and they do not hear
“Adrian, go and do”. This is the moment that changed the history of Monza. It is the moment when, on a Monday in September 2018, Silvio Berlusconi proposes to buy Monza, during one of the usual lunches at Arcore with family members and top executives. Once the transfer of the company to Fininvest was finalized, the new Monza course was officially presented on September 28, 2018, marking the return to the field of Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani after the Milan experience of 29 trophies collected in 31 years. A pair that has also proven itself in red and white. In fact, Monza has come a long way since October 14, 2018, the day Silvio Berlusconi was greeted by one standing ovation his first time at the Brianza Stadium as Monza number one in the home game against Triestina. Under the presidential motto “Those who believe in it fight, those who believe in it overcome all obstacles, those who believe in it win”, the Brianza club, which celebrates its 100th home game of the Fininvest era on Sunday, has indeed managed the rapid Promotion from Lega Pro to Serie A. And he still wants to impress.
To celebrate this special milestone for President Silvio Berlusconi and Deputy Vice-President and General Manager Adriano Galliani, what better gift could there be than the historic attendance record at the stadium. The previous record set by Monza-Genoa (14,142) in the 1988–89 Serie B championship was broken. Indeed, 14,200 spectators were surpassed for Sunday’s game at U-Power Stadium. Even better than the home games against Milan (14,012) and Inter (13,622).
March 31, 2023 (Modified March 31, 2023 | 5:13 PM)
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