Mediolanum Forum

The Mediolanum Forum in Assago is Milan’s biggest multi-purpose arena and one of the most well-known in Europe, a venue for sporting events, conferences and concerts. In March it will be going back to its roots as it hosts the ISU World Figure Skating Championships: the first ever event at the Forum, in 1990, was in fact an ice skating gala.

With a covered area of over 40,000 m2, the venue is developed around a central arena with three levels of seating and can seat up to 11,200 spectators. It also has a VIP area with the SkyPoint and SkyBox boxes. Thanks to its multi-purpose nature and its particularly innovative architectural project, in 1994 the Forum was awarded the European Architecture Prize for Sports Venues by the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) and the Council of Europe. The Mediolanum Forum is part of the European Arenas Association (EAA).


Mediolanum Forum
Via G. Di Vittorio, 6
20090 Assago (MI)

How to get to the Mediolanum Forum

Just 3 km from Milan, the Mediolanum Forum is easily reached by car and is located close to the junction between the A7 Milan-Genoa motorway and Milan’s westbound orbital road, exit Assago-Milanofiori.

The Forum is also served by the M2 (green) line of the Milan Metro with the Assago – Milanofiori Forum stop just 7 stops from Cadorna station and 12 stops from Milano Centrale station. To travel to Mediolanum Forum you must purchase a CUMULATIVO U + ZONA1 ticket.