Inter are set to earn a total of €26 million from shirt sponsors in 2022, with partnerships with Socios.com, Lenovo, Zytara Labs, and DigitalBits all contributing to this amount.
This according to football finance news outlet Calcio e Finanza, who detail the amounts that the Nerazzurri will receive from the partnerships.
Inter’s partnership with Pirelli as their main shirt sponsor ended over the summer and securing new revenue sources through the shirt sponsors was a priority over the summer.
Socios.com had been announced as the new front shirt sponsor for the matchday kits over the summer while Lenovo agreed a deal to put their logo on the back of the shirt.
Added to these, the deal with Zytara Labs and DigitalBits has been confirmed, a partnership that will be worth a total of €85 million to the Nerazzurri over four years.
For the financial year of 2022 the Nerazzurri the total revenues from shirt sponsors will be €26 million, while in 2023 this will rise to €29 million, and them €31 million and €30 million in 2024 and 2025 respectively.