Inter and Milan have had their highest average attendances at San Siro in 15 years this season according to a report from Calcioefinanza.it.
The two clubs combined attendance at their shared San Siro home currently reads as 2,014397. 1,037,496 of those fans have attended Inter’s home matches, an average of 61,029 per home game. The remaining 976.901 belongs to Milan who have an average attendance of 54.272.
The report goes on to state that these figures have largely been driven by the increased numbers who took out season tickets this season. Inter have around 40,000 whilst Milan have around 30,000.
The aggregated average attendance sits at 57,554 for the season, a 4.5% increase on last season and a massive 32% increase on the figures from the season before where the aggregated average attendance was just 43,474.
With each side still having one home game to play, the numbers will change slightly come the end of the season which can only be regarded as a great success by both clubs.