Inter’s 3-0 Win Over AC Milan At San Siro Set Attendance & Gate Receipt Records For A Coppa Italia Match, Italian Media Report
Inter’s Coppa Italia semi-final second leg against AC Milan at the San Siro set new records for both attendance and gate receipt at a match in the competition.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that 74,508 were in attendance as the Nerazzurri saw off their city rivals 3-0 to reach the final, with the gate receipt being more than €4.1 million.
Stadium capacity restrictions were entirely lifted in Italy at the start of this month, with the teams still having been limited to playing in front of 50% or 75% capacity crowds even with fans allowed back in this season.
The Nerazzurri had played in front of a sold-out Allianz Stadium in their first match back from the international break at the beginning of the month, a 1-0 win over Juventus, but neither they nor the Rossoneri had sold out the San Siro.
This changed yesterday evening, with the Milan derby Coppa Italia semi-final having had nearly 75,000 in attendance, with a total gate receipt of €4,156,710.