Over the course of the next three home games, around 210,000 are expected to be in attendance according to a report from Corriere dello Sport.
After the international break, Inter play city rivals Milan at home on October 21 then welcome Barcelona in the Champions League on October 24. Both of these games are almost completely sold out while tickets for the game with Genoa on November 3 are currently selling at a nice and steady rate.
All in all, Inter will raise around €12 million in revenue from all the ticket sales. Last year Inter’s home match with Juventus set a new ticket revenue record of €5.297 million and while none of the Serie A games they play are likely to surpass this, the €5 million mark almost certainly will be for the Milan derby.
Thus far this campaign, the Nerazzurri have had an average home attendance of 57,528 and the management will be hoping that they can keep this up when they host Genoa, a game that will not create anywhere near as much excitement as the two that come before it.