Inter brought in ticket revenues of €5 million from their Serie A clash with Juventus at the San Siro on Sunday.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report the amount from the nearly 57,000 fans in attendance and note that it will be a significant and much-needed financial boost.
Inter like all Italian clubs have had to make do without fans in stadiums up until the start of this campaign, playing in front of empty stands due to the pandemic.
However, this season they have been able to welcome supporters to watch matches, first at 50% capacity and then raised to 75% earlier this month.
The Derby d’Italia against the Bianconeri was the most attended match at the San Siro so far this season and since the lockdown measures of the pandemic began, and it brought the highest ticket revenues that the Nerazzurri have received so far.