The first, "real" Monza stadium - after those of "Triante" and via Ghilini - is the "Comunale Gino Alfonso Sada". The plant hosted the "Biancorossi" for 43 years.
The "Sada" left many good memories to the fans, from the conquest of the Anglo - Italian Cup to several promotions achieved in this stadium.
On 28 August 1988 the "Stadio Brianteo" was inaugurated with the Coppa Italia Match between Monza and Roma, which ended 2-1 for the "Biancorossi" with goals by Casiraghi, Giannini and Mancuso.
RECORD OF ATTENDANCE
The arrival of the new property marked a turnaround in the number of spectators, recording in the 2018/2019 season the highest number of average appearances at the stadium since 2001 with 2098 spectators per game in the league. In the same season the Brianteo returned to being "sold-out" in the Italian Cup semifinal against Vicenza, with 4453 fans present at the stadium.
The 2019/2020 season confirmed the trend of the previous year and Monza recorded an average attendance of over 4,000 people. On October 26th 2019 during Monza - Renate the Club registered a new record in recent years with 5,542 fans present at the stadium.
The all-time records of appearances in the history of the stadium all date back to the first seasons following its construction:
Serie B 1988/89 - Monza - Genoa: 14.142
Serie B 1989/90 - Monza - Torino: 12.600
Serie B 1989/90 - Monza - Cagliari: 12.200
Italian Cup 1988/89 - Monza - Roma: 12.000
Serie C1 1991/92 - Monza - Chievo: 10.600
Italy - Fiji, 26 November 2005: 11,200 spectators
Calvisano - Benetton Treviso (Super 10 final 2007-08): 11,976
The Super 10 Rugby Finals
From 2006 to 2008 the Brianteo hosted the final of three consecutive editions of the Italian rugby championship, the Super 10; Benetton Treviso was present in all three editions, Calvisano in two of them and Viadana in one. The 2005-06 final recorded 9,300 spectators, the one in 2006-07 11,350 and the one in 2007-08 11,976.