AC Monza’s first ever headquarter was a bar named “Pasticceria Roma”, situated in the city centre. In 1992 Monzello became the Club’s new hub, equipped with training grounds, changing rooms, gyms and offices. Moreover, in 2019 the Training Centre has been fully refurbished – from the offices to the opening of a restaurant – and 3 brand new 4G pitches have been implemented.
For many years, however, the center had not undergone any maintenance and improvements.
During 2019, both the urgent extraordinary safety maintenance interventions and the innovative ones still in progress were started.
The dispute with the previous manager ended, on July 1st the bar was finally inaugurated, managed and also used as a subscription sales point.
No less important are the works in the management of the greenery, both for the decoration of the center and for operational needs which will result in an important planting of trees on public areas.
Finally, an indoor restaurant for football players and employees has been created and both the external parking and the access to the center have been completely redesigned.
During the summer break, the innovations of the sports facilities were completed in order to allow optimal training conditions for all the red and white teams:
The creation of a 105x68 PRO regulation field in synthetic grass.
The remaking of the turf on the other fields.
The creation of a "field 9" 65x45 in synthetic grass.
The modernization of the "cage" revisited in synthetic grass.
The renewal and implementation of the lighting system.
Monzello, which has become exclusively available to the team and technical staff, has been further improved through the renovation of the first team changing rooms and the reinforced natural grass pitch 1.
Leaving the stadium to your left, turn left and take viale Stucchi. At the first roundabout turn left into viale Libertà. At the second roundabout go straight and then turn right into viale Tolomeo. Go straight at the first intersection, then at the second one turn right into via Ragazzi del ’99, where the Training Ground is located.