The Allianz Stadium will be full to capacity for Inter’s Serie A match away to Juventus on Sunday.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the stadium has fully sold out for the massive head-to-head clash.
Stadiums in Italy have been restricted to 75% capacity this month after having also having been temporarily limited to holding just five thousand spectators during the spike in COVID cases in the country during the Omicron variant wave.
However, on April 1 the restrictions are set to lift entirely, with stadiums in the country allowed to sell out at full capacity going forward.
The round of Serie A clashes this weekend when the international break is over will be the first in the competition with 100% allowable capacity in stadiums since the pandemic began.
Accordingly, the Bianconeri’s stadium will be fully sold out to its capacity of more than 41,000 spectators when the Nerazzurri travel to face them.