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Milan
AC Milan.svg
Full name Associazione Calcio Milan SpA
Nickname(s) i Rossoneri (The Red and Blacks)
il Diavolo (The Devil)
Casciavit (Lombard for: Screwdrivers)
Short name Milan
Founded 16 December 1899
Ground San Siro, Milan
(Capacity: 80,018)
Owner Flag of the United States Elliot Advisors Ltd.
Manager Flag of Italy Stefano Pioli
Current League Serie A 
2019-20 Serie A, 6th
Website Club home page
Milan 2019-20 homeMilan 2019-20 awayMilan 2019-20 third
Football current event Current season

Associazione Calcio Milan, commonly referred to as A.C. Milan or simply Milan, is a professional football club in Milan, Italy, founded in 1899. The club has spent its entire history, with the exception of the 1980–81 and 1982–83 seasons, in the top flight of Italian football, known as Serie A since 1929–30.

A.C. Milan's 18 FIFA and UEFA trophies is the fourth highest out of any club (joint with Boca Juniors), and the most out of any Italian club. Milan has won a joint record three Intercontinental Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup, seven European Cup/Champions League titles (Italian record), the UEFA Super Cup a joint record five times and the Cup Winners' Cup twice. With 18 league titles, Milan is also the joint-second most successful club in Serie A, along with local rivals Internazionale and behind Juventus (35 league titles). They have also won the Coppa Italia five times, and the Supercoppa Italiana seven.

Milan's home games are played at San Siro, also known as the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The stadium, which is shared with city rivals Internazionale, is the largest in Italian football, with a total capacity of 80,018. Inter are considered their biggest rivals, and matches between the two teams are called Derby della Madonnina, which is one of the most followed derbies in football.

The club is one of the wealthiest in Italian and world football. It was a founding member of the now-defunct G-14 group of Europe's leading football clubs as well as its replacement, the European Club Association.

Players

First team squad

As of 27 December 2019.
No. Position Player
2 Flag of Italy DF Davide Calabria
4 Flag of Algeria MF Ismaël Bennacer
5 Flag of Italy MF Giacomo Bonaventura
7 Flag of Spain FW Samu Castillejo
8 Flag of Spain FW Suso
9 Flag of Poland FW Krzysztof Piątek
10 Flag of Turkey MF Hakan Çalhanoğlu
11 Flag of Italy FW Fabio Borini
12 Flag of Italy DF Andrea Conti
13 Flag of Italy DF Alessio Romagnoli (Captain)
17 Flag of Portugal FW Rafael Leão
18 Croatia FW Ante Rebić (on loan from Eintracht Frankfurt)
19 Flag of France DF Theo Hernandez
No. Position Player
20 Flag of Argentina MF Lucas Biglia
21 Flag of Sweden Good one FW Zlatan Ibrahimović
22 Flag of Argentina DF Mateo Musacchio
25 Flag of Spain GK Pepe Reina
31 Flag of Italy DF Mattia Caldara
33 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Rade Krunić
39 Brazil MF Lucas Paquetá
43 Brazil DF Léo Duarte
46 Flag of Italy DF Matteo Gabbia
68 Switzerland DF Ricardo Rodríguez
79 Flag of Cote d'Ivoire MF Franck Kessié
90 Flag of Italy GK Antonio Donnarumma
99 Flag of Italy GK Gianluigi Donnarumma

Out on loan

No. Position Player
Flag of Italy GK Alessandro Plizzari (at Livorno until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Gabriele Bellodi (at Crotone until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Uruguay DF Diego Laxalt (at Torino until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Samuele Ruggeri (at Genoa until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy MF Manuel Carlini (at Giana Erminio until 30 June 2020)
Croatia MF Emir Murati (at Rende until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy MF Tommaso Pobega (at Pordenone until 30 June 2020)
No. Position Player
Flag of Italy FW Gabriele Capanni (at Novara until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Ryan Castenetto (at Pordenone until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Riccardo Forte (at Piacenza until 30 June 2020)
Croatia FW Alen Halilović (at Heerenveen until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Kosovo FW Ismet Sinani (at Sicula Leonzio until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Frank Tsadjout (at Charleroi until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Portugal FW André Silva (at Eintracht Frankfurt until 30 June 2021)

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History: GeneralSeasons

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A.C. Milan squad - 2020–21

2 Calabria · 4 Bennacer · 5 Bonaventura · 7 Castillejo · 8 Suso · 9 Piątek · 10 Çalhanoğlu · 11 Borini · 12 Conti · 13 Romagnoli (c) · 17 Leão · 18 Rebić · 19 Hernandez · 20 Biglia · 21 Ibrahimović · 22 Musacchio · 25 Reina · 31 Caldara · 33 Krunić · 39 Paquetá · 43 Duarte · 46 Gabbia · 68 Rodríguez · 79 Kessié · 90 A. Donnarumma · 99 G. Donnarumma ·

AC Milan
A.C. Milan seasons

2016–17 · 2017–18 · 2018–19 · 2019–20 ·

A.C. Milan Football Club - Managers

Kilpin (1899–06) • Angeloni (1906–07) • Camperio (1907–11) • Technical committee (1911–15) • Moda (1915–16) • Cevenini (1916–18) • Technical committee (1918–19) • Moda (1919–21) • Lovati (1921–22) • Soldera (1922) • Oppenheim (1922–24) • Pozzo (1924–26) • Moda (1926) • Burgess (1926–28) • König (1928–31) • Bánás (1931–33) • Violak (1933–34) • Baloncieri (1934–37) • Garbutt (1937) • Felsner / Bánás (1937–38) • Bánás (1938–39) • Violak / Bánás (1939–40) • Bánás (1940) • Busini / Ara (1940–41) • Magnozzi (1941–43) • Santagostino (1943–45) • Busini / Baloncieri (1945–46) • Busini / Bigogno (1946–47) • Bigogno (1947–48) • Busini / Bigogno (1948–49) • Busini / Czeizler (1949–52) • Busini / Sperone (1952–53) • Busini / Gren (1953) • Busini / Morselli (1953) • Guttmann (1953–55) • Puricelli (1955–56) • Viani (1956–58) • Viani / Bonizzoni (1958–60) • Viani / Todeschini (1960–61) • Viani / Rocco (1961–63) • Viani / Carniglia (1963–64) • Viani / Liedholm (1964–65) • Liedholm (1965–66) • Cattozzo (1966) • Silvestri (1966–67) • Rocco (1967–72) • Rocco / Maldini (1972–73) • Rocco (1973) • Rocco / Maldini (1973–74) • Maldini (1974) • Trapattoni (1974) • Giagnoni (1974–75) • Rocco / Trapattoni (1975–76) • Rocco / Barison (1976) • Marchioro (1976–77) • Rocco (1977) • Liedholm (1977–79) • Giacomini (1979–81) • Galbiati (1981) • Radice (1981–82) • Galbiati (1982) • Castagner (1982–84) • Galbiati (1984) • Liedholm (1984–87) • Capello (1987) • Sacchi (1987–91) • Capello (1991–96) • Tabárez / Morini (1996) • Sacchi (1996–97) • Capello (1997–98) • Zaccheroni (1998–2001) • Maldini / Tassotti (2001) • Terim / Di Gennaro (2001) • Ancelotti (2001–09) • Leonardo (2009–10) • Allegri (2010–14) • Tassotti (2014) • Seedorf (2014) • Inzaghi (2014–15) • Mihajlović (2015–16) • Brocchi (2016) • Montella (2016–17) • Gattuso (2017–19) • Giampaolo (2019–)

Coppa Italia winners

Vado (1922) • Torino (1935–36) • Genoa (1936–37) • Juventus (1937–38) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1938–39) • Fiorentina (1939–40) • Venezia (1940–41) • Juventus (1941–42) • Torino (1942–43) • Lazio (1958) • Juventus (1958–59; 1959–60) • Fiorentina (1960–61) • Napoli (1961–62) • Atalanta (1962–63) • Roma (1963–64) • Juventus (1964–65) • Fiorentina (1965–66) • Milan (1966–67) • Torino (1967–68) • Roma (1968–69) • Bologna (1969–70) • Torino (1970–71) • Milan (1971–72; 1972–73) • Bologna (1973–74) • Fiorentina (1974–75) • Napoli (1975–76) • Milan (1976–77) • Internazionale (1977–78) • Juventus (1978–79) • Roma (1979–80; 1980–81) • Internazionale (1981–82) • Juventus (1982–83) • Roma (1983–84) • Sampdoria (1984–85) • Roma (1985–86) • Napoli (1986–87) • Sampdoria (1987–88; 1988–89) • Juventus (1989–90) • Roma (1990–91) • Parma (1991–92) • Torino (1992–93) • Sampdoria (1993–94) • Juventus (1994–95) • Fiorentina (1995–96) • Vicenza (1996–97) • Lazio (1997–98) • Parma (1998–99) • Lazio (1999–2000) • Fiorentina (2000–01) • Parma (2001–02) • Milan (2002–03) • Lazio (2003–04) • Internazionale (2004–05; 2005–06) • Roma (2006–07; 2007–08) • Lazio (2008–09) • Internazionale (2009–10; 2010–11) • Napoli (2011–12) • Lazio (2012–13) • Napoli (2013–14) • Juventus (2014–15; 2015–16; 2016–17; 2017–18) • Lazio (2018–19)

Supercoppa Italiana winners

Milan (1988) • Internazionale (1989) • Napoli (1990) • Sampdoria (1991) • Milan (1992; 1993; 1994) • Juventus (1995) • Fiorentina (1996) • Juventus (1997) • Lazio (1998) • Parma (1999) • Lazio (2000) • Roma (2001) • Juventus (2002; 2003) • Milan (2004) • Internazionale (2005; 2006) • Roma (2007) • Internazionale (2008) • Lazio (2009) • Internazionale (2010) • Milan (2011) • Juventus (2012; 2013) • Napoli (2014) • Juventus (2015) • Milan (2016) • Lazio (2017) • Juventus (2018) • Lazio (2019) •

UEFA Champions League winners

1956: Real Madrid • 1957: Real Madrid • 1958: Real Madrid • 1959: Real Madrid • 1960: Real Madrid • 1961: Benfica • 1962: Benfica • 1963: Milan • 1964: Internazionale • 1965: Internazionale • 1966: Real Madrid • 1967: Celtic • 1968: Manchester United • 1969: Milan • 1970: Feyenoord • 1971: Ajax • 1972: Ajax • 1973: Ajax • 1974: Bayern Munich • 1975: Bayern Munich • 1976: Bayern Munich • 1977: Liverpool • 1978: Liverpool • 1979: Nottingham Forest • 1980: Nottingham Forest • 1981: Liverpool • 1982: Aston Villa • 1983: Hamburg • 1984: Liverpool • 1985: Juventus • 1986: Steaua Bucuresti • 1987: Porto • 1988: PSV Eindhoven • 1989: Milan • 1990: Milan • 1991: Red Star Belgrade • 1992: Barcelona • 1993: Marseille • 1994: Milan • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Borussia Dortmund • 1998: Real Madrid • 1999: Manchester United • 2000: Real Madrid • 2001: Bayern Munich • 2002: Real Madrid • 2003: Milan • 2004: Porto • 2005: Liverpool • 2006: Barcelona • 2007: Milan • 2008: Manchester United • 2009: Barcelona • 2010: Internazionale 2011: Barcelona • 2012: Chelsea • 2013: Bayern Munich • 2014: Real Madrid • 2015: Barcelona • 2016: Real Madrid • 2017: Real Madrid • 2018: Real Madrid • 2019: Liverpool •

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winners

1961: Fiorentina • 1962: Atlético Madrid • 1963: Tottenham Hotspur • 1964: Sporting CP • 1965: West Ham United • 1966: Borussia Dortmund • 1967: Bayern Munich • 1968: Milan • 1969: Slovan Bratislava • 1970: Manchester City • 1971: Chelsea • 1972: Rangers • 1973: Milan • 1974: Magdeburg • 1975: Dynamo Kyiv • 1976: Anderlecht • 1977: Hamburg • 1978: Anderlecht • 1979: Barcelona • 1980: Valencia • 1981: Dinamo Tbilisi • 1982: Barcelona • 1983: Aberdeen • 1984: Juventus • 1985: Everton • 1986: Dynamo Kyiv • 1987: Ajax • 1988: Mechelen • 1989: Barcelona • 1990: Sampdoria • 1991: Manchester United • 1992: Werder Bremen • 1993: Parma • 1994: Arsenal • 1995: Real Zaragoza • 1996: Paris Saint-Germain • 1997: Barcelona • 1998: Chelsea • 1999: Lazio

UEFA Super Cup winners

1972: Ajax • 1973: Ajax • 1975: Dynamo Kiev • 1976: Anderlecht • 1977: Liverpool • 1978: Anderlecht • 1979: Nottingham Forest • 1980: Valencia • 1982: Aston Villa • 1983: Aberdeen • 1984: Juventus • 1986: Steaua Bucharest • 1987: Porto • 1988: Mechelen • 1989: Milan • 1990: Milan • 1991: Manchester United • 1992: Barcelona • 1993: Parma • 1994: Milan • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Barcelona • 1998: Chelsea • 1999: Lazio • 2000: Galatasaray • 2001: Liverpool • 2002: Real Madrid • 2003: Milan • 2004: Valencia • 2005: Liverpool • 2006: Sevilla • 2007: Milan • 2008: Zenit St. Petersburg • 2009: Barcelona • 2010: Atlético Madrid • 2011: Barcelona • 2012: Atlético Madrid • 2013: Bayern Munich • 2014: Real Madrid • 2015: Barcelona • 2016: Real Madrid • 2017: Real Madrid • 2018: Atlético Madrid • 2019: Liverpool • 2020: Bayern Munich or Sevilla

Intercontinental Cup winners

1960: Real Madrid • 1961: Tolima • 1962: RCD Español • 1963: Santos • 1964: Internazionale • 1965: Internazionale • 1966: Independiente • 1967: Colo Colo • 1968: Estudiantes • 1969: Wembley • 1970: Feyenoord • 1971: Nacional • 1972: Ajax • 1973: Independiente • 1974: Independiente • 1975: Nacional • 1976: Bayern Munich • 1977: Boca Juniors • 1978: Nacional CF • 1979: Olimpia • 1980: Nacional • 1981: Flamengo • 1982: Nacional • 1983: Napoles • 1984: [[Club Olimpia|Olimpia] • 1985: Juventus • 1986: Bucaresti • 1987: Porto • 1988: Philips Sport Vereniging Eidoven • 1989: Milan • 1990: Nacional • 1991: Red Star Belgrade • 1992: Bracelona • 1993: Bucaresti • 1994: Union Española • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Borussia Dortmund • 1998: Real Madrid • 1999: Manchester United • 2000: Independiente • 2001: Bayern Munich • 2002: Boca Juniors • 2003: Tolima • 2004: AS Monaco FC

FIFA Club World Cup winners

2000: Corinthians • 2005: São Paulo • 2006: Internacional • 2007: Milan • 2008: Manchester United • 2009: Barcelona • 2010: Internazionale • 2011: Barcelona • 2012: Corinthians • 2013: Bayern Munich 2014: Real Madrid 2015: TBA

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