Inter Milan have the highest average attendance in Serie A this season, with over 73,000 spectators at the San Siro on average.

Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza note how it is the Nerazzurri at the top of the pile. And then behind them, city rivals AC Milan.

Inter have always been able to count on significant crowds at the San Siro.

Recent seasons have seen this become the case more than ever.

The demand to watch the Nerazzurri play has risen. This reflects the mood of optimism and momentum resulting from the team’s performances on the pitch.

As a result, Inter are often able to sell out the San Siro.

And then when the Nerazzurri do not do so, they tend to come close.

The away section can also be a factor in this. If travelling supporters do not buy up all of the tickets for a match against Inter at the San Siro, then the match cannot be classified as a genuine sell-out.

Inter Lead Serie A For Average Attendance – AC Milan Come In Second

Given that the San Siro has a capacity of over 75,000, there is an opportunity for Inter and Milan to attract huge crowds.

And both clubs do so. But it is Inter who have the higher average attendance this season.

The Nerazzurri’s matches at home have boasted an average attendance of 73,049 according to Calcio e Finanza.

Meanwhile, the Rossoneri have attracted crowds of an average size of 71,950.

Roma are third in the rankings, Calcio e Finanza reveal. The Stadio Olimpico plays host to crowds of an average size of 62,133 for Giallorossi home matches in Serie A.

Then it’s reigning Italian champions Napoli, with an average attendance of 46,497 this season.

Roma’s city rivals Lazio come in fifth, with an average attendance of 43,167.

And Juventus are sixth in the rankings, with an average crowd size of 39,934.