AC Milan

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Basic Information

Official Name: AC Milan (Milan Associazione Calcio s.p.a)

President: Silvio Berlusconi

Secretary: Mary Buscaglia

Press Officer: Vittorio Mentana

Address: Via Filippo Turati 3, 20121 Milano

Telephone: (+39) 026 2281

Fax: (+39) 0 2659 8876

E-mail: media@acmilan.it

Website: http://www.acmilan.com

Uniform: black/red vertical stripes

Alternative uniform: black/red

Achievements

UEFA Champions League winner: 1994, 2003, 2007

European Champions Clubs' Cup winner: 1963, 1969, 1989, 1990

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1968, 1973

Intercontinental Cup winner: 1969, 1989, 1990

UEFA Super Cup winner: 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003

National Championship winner: 1902, 1907, 1908

League Championship winner: 1951, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1962, 1968, 1979, 1988, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2004

Italian Cup winner: 1967, 1972, 1973, 1977, 2003

Italian League Super Cup winner: 1988, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2004

History

1899: December 16: Foundation of Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club formed, First president: Alfred Ormonde Edwards

1900: January: enrollment of Club in Italian Football Federation, New manager: Herbert Kilpin

1902: National Championship winner

1906: New manager: Daniele Angeloni

1907: New manager: A Technical Commision, National Championship winner

1908: National Championship winner

1910: New manager: Giovanni Camperio

1911: New manager: A Technical Comission

1915: New manager: Guido Moda

1922: New manager: Ferdi Oppenheim

1924: New manager: Vittorio Pozzo

1926: New manager: Guido Moda, New manager: Herbert Burgess

1928: New manager: Engelbert König

1931: New manager: József Bánás

1933: New manager: József Viola

1934: New manager: Adolfo Baloncieri

1937: New manager: William Garbutt, New manager: Hermann Felsner

1938: New manager: József Viola

1940: New president: Umberto Trabattoni, New manager: Guido Ara

1941: New manager: Mario Magnozzi

1943: New manager: Guiseppe Santagostino

1946: New manager: Adolfo Baloncieri, New manager: Guiseppe Bigogno

1949: New manager: Lajos Czeizler

1952: New manager: Gunnar Gren, New manager: Mario Sperone

1953: New manager: Béla Guttmann

1954: New manager: Antonio Busini, New manager: Ettore Puricelli

1955: European Champions Cup participation, League Championship winner

1951: League Championship winner

1957: New manager: Giuseppe Viani, League Championship winner

1959: League Championship winner

1960: New manager: Paolo Todeschini

1961: New manager: Nereo Rocco

1963: New manager: Luis Carniglia, New manager: Nils Liedholm, European Champions Clubs' Cup winner

1962: League Championship winner

1966: New manager: Giovanni Catozzo, New manager: Arturo Silvestri

1967: New manager: Nereo Rocco, Italian Cup winner

1969: European Champions Clubs' Cup winner, Intercontinental Cup winner

1968: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner, League Championship winner

1972: Italian Cup winner

1973: New manager: Cesare Maldini

1974: New manager: Giovanni Trapattoni, New manager: Gustavo Giagnoni

1975: New manager: Giovanni Trapattoni

1976: New manager: Paolo Barison, New manager: Giuseppe Marchioro

1977: New manager: Nereo Rocco, New manager: Nils Liedholm, Italian Cup winner

1973: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner, Italian Cup winner

1979: New manager: Massimo Giacomini, League Championship winner

1981: New manager: Luigi Radice

1982: New manager: Italo Galbiati, New manager: Ilario Castagner

1984: New manager: Italo Galbiati, New manager: Nils Liedholm

1986: March 24: New president (of AC Milan): Silvio Berlusconi

1987: New manager: Fabio Capello, New manager: Arrigo Sacchi

1988: League Championship winner, Italian League Super Cup winner

1989: European Champions Clubs' Cup winner, Intercontinental Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup winner

1990: European Champions Clubs' Cup winner, Intercontinental Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup winner

1991: New manager: Fabio Capello

1992: League Championship winner, Italian League Super Cup winner

1993: League Championship winner, Italian League Super Cup winner, UEFA Champions League finalist against Olympigue de Marseille(Milan-Marseille: 0-1 (goal: Basile Boli))

1994: UEFA Champions League winner, UEFA Super Cup winner, League Championship winner, Italian League Super Cup winner

1996: New manager: Óscar Tabárez and Giorgio Morini, New manager: Arrigo Sacchi, League Title winner

1997: New manager: Fabio Capello

1998: New manager: Alberto Zaccheroni

1999: New coach: Alboerto Zaccheroni, League Title winner

2001: New manager: Cesare Maldini, New manager: Fatih Terim, New manager: Carlo Ancelotti

2003: UEFA Champions League winner, UEFA Super Cup winner, Italian Cup winner

2004: League Championship winner, Italian League Super Cup winner

2007: May 23: UEFA Champions League winner against Liverpool FC (Milan-Liverpool 1-0 (goal: Filippo Inzaghi (95')))

2009: New manager: Leonardo Araújo

2010: New manager: Massimiliano Allegri

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