Inter Milan look set to break last season’s average attendance record as their fans continue to flock to San Siro in large numbers.

The Nerazzurri have been enjoying a prosperous campaign thus far.

They currently lead the Serie A standings with seven points separating from their closest chasers Juventus. Simone Inzaghi’s men also have an extra game in hand, so they can provisionally extend the gap to 10 points.

Moreover, the Beneamata prevailed in the four-team Supercoppa Italiana tournament which was held in Riyadh last month.

The club is also hoping for another memorable Champions League run. Their knockout-stage adventure begins next Tuesday with a clash against Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the Round of 16.

Naturally, Inter’s positive results have attracted a larger number of supporters to the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium this season.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, the club is on course to beat last season’s average attendance record.

As the pink newspaper notes, the club had set a new record last term with an average attendance of 72,630.

Nevertheless, this season’s average has thus far reached 73,089, thus exceeding last term’s record.

Inter Milan Could Break Their Average Attendance This Season

With major showdowns coming up in the Champions League and some late-season domestic clashes ahead of us, one would expect Inter to maintain this high average, or perhaps even increase it.

The club’s next home fixture takes place this Friday against Salernitana.

The fact that the Granata lie at the very bottom of the Serie A table could prompt lower numbers. Yet, Simone Inzaghi’s men will be hoping to count on a packed stadium as has often been the case in recent years.