Inter will allow 11,000 children into San Siro on Saturday night to watch their Serie A match at home to Sassuolo, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri will play a second match behind closed doors this weekend as punishment for the racial abuse directed towards Kalidou Koulibaly in the Boxing Day win against Napoli.
The ‘orange’ section of San Siro tomorrow will be 75% filled by children from Inter’s football schools and from a series of other schools chosen for the occasion.
The club will also use a special anti-racism choreography display to cover some of the other seats, in conjunction with the same communications group who helped design the ‘To see the stars again’ advertising campaign last summer.
Inter have also announced they will refund any supporters who had already bought tickets to watch Saturday’s match, before their punishment was handed out.
Season ticket holders, meanwhile, will be able to purchase tickets for the Coppa Italia quarter-final against Lazio on 27 January for just €5.