AC Milan

The Glory And History of AC Milan: A Legendary Football Club. AC Milan is the Italian football club with the most international success, having won the European Cup and UEFA Champions League seven times each. Associazione Calcio, or “kicking club” in English, is what the acronym AC stands for.


Actually, Herbert Kilpin and Alfred Edwards, two English immigrants, formed AC Milan. The precise day was December 13, 1899. Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club was the name of the club when it first began, which was primarily a football and cricket club. However, fairly quickly, football took over, and in 1919, the club changed its name to Milan FC (the name would change again, first to Milan Associazione Sportiva and later to Associazione Calcio Milan).

The club is called Milan rather than Milano because of the British influence. Milan FC established itself quickly, taking home its first Scudetto two years later. They then added two more, in 1906 and 1907.

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AC Milan Logo

The letters “ACM” for AC Milan are at the top of the emblem, and the year of establishment, 1898, appears at the bottom. Two flags vertically separate the area in the middle of the emblem. The team’s crimson and black colors are displayed on the flag to the left, and the red cross on the flag to the right represents St. Ambrose, the patron saint of Milan.

Basic Information  

Home StadiumSan Siro Stadium
ManagerStefan Pioli
Year of establishment16 December 1899

AC Milan Players and their roles


Mike Maignan, Antonio Mirante, Ciprian Tatrusanu, Devis Vasquez

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Fode Ballo-Toure, Davide Calabria, Sergino Dest, Alessandro Florenzi, Matteo Gabbia, Theo Hernandez, Pierre Kalulu, Simon Kjaer, Malick Thiaw, Fikayo Tomori


Charles De Ketelaere, Olivier Giroud, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Rafael Leao, Junior Messias, Divock Origi, Ante Rebic


Yacine Adli, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Ismael Bennacer, Brahim Diaz, Radhe Krunic, Tommaso Pobega, Alexis Saelemaekers, Sandro Tonali, Aster Vranckx

AC Milan Coach- Stefano Pioli

Women’s Team

Associazione Calcio Milan is an Italian women’s association football club affiliated with AC Milan, the city of Milan’s professional football team. It is also known as Milan Women or simply Milan.

It was founded in 2018 after receiving the Serie A license from the Brescia Calcio Femminile squad in Capriolo, Brescia. The team is based out of the Centro Sportivo Vismara and plays in Series A.

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Although the city of Milan has previously had multiple women’s teams that adopted the same name and colors as the well-known men’s A.C. Milan club, such as the founded in 1965, the Associazione Calcio Femminile Milan founded in 1982, or the more recent Football Milan Ladies founded in 2013, none of these entities have ever had any affiliation with the men’s club, which only formed its women’s section on June 11, 2018, after acquiring Brescia’s Series A license.

The team’s inaugural head coach was selected as Carolina Morace. She was the first woman to be elected into the Italian Football Hall of Fame and the 12-time Serie A leading scorer. Milan’s first season ended with a third-place result.