Inter’s two most recent matches at the San Siro, against Real Madrid over the weekend and against Bologna later this evening, have both managed to sell out.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that between the two matches more than 70,000 tickets have been sold.
The return of fans to stadiums has marked a major positive change from last season, and all teams have enjoyed the return of supporters and playing in front of an atmospheric crowd rather than empty seats.
The pandemic still dictates that stadiums cannot open at full capacity, but the San Siro has been accommodate fans in 50% of its total seats, meaning over 35,000 tickets have been available for the Real and Bologna clashes.
Both these allotments have sold out, showing the demand for fans to return to the San Siro, which had been selling an average of 66,000 tickets per Inter fixture prior to the pandemic forcing matches to be played behind closed doors.