- Address: Via Franco Tognini, 4, Monza
- Country: Italian Republic
- Capacity: 16,000
- Opened: 28 August 1988
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: AC Monza (football)
Extra stadium info – U-Power Stadium
The venue opened with a football match. It was named Stadio Brianteo before it became the U-Power Stadium in 2020. The stadium in Lombardy is known as a venue for several events, like concerts, football, rugby league and rugby union. Michael Joseph Jackson, nicknamed King of Pop, performed at the U-Power Stadium. He influenced artists across many music genres. Through stage and video performances, Michael Jackson popularized street dance moves like the moonwalk and the robot. Michael Joseph Jackson made his public debut in the 1960s with his older brothers as a member of a pop band. His album named Thriller became the best-selling album of all time. Later, Michael Jackson became a figure of controversy and speculation.
Associazione Calcio Monza use the venue named U-Power Stadium for home matches. In 2022, they were promoted to the Italian top-flight football league for the first time in their history. AC Monza played their first-ever Serie A match on 13 August 2022. 10,000 fans showed up for the match. Associazione Calcio Monza lost the game against Torino Football Club. Dany Mota Carvalho, who was born in Luxembourg in 1998, scored the first-ever top-flight football league goal for AC Monza.
Associazione Calcio Monza lost their first five Serie A matches. Their sixth Serie A game ended in a draw. AC Monza won their seventh Serie A match against the Italian football giants Juventus. Christian Lund Gytkjær from Denmark scored the only goal in the game between AC Monza and Juventus. In 2023, AC Monza finished 11th place in their maiden Serie A season. They drew an average home attendance of 12,000 during that domestic league season. AC Monza gathered 52 points in 38 league games during that football season. 14 of those 38 games ended in a victory for Associazione Calcio Monza. 10 of those 38 games ended in a draw.