Inter Milan are on course for a record season at the San Siro with over one million total spectators and €80 million gate receipts already.

This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Last season was a banner year for Inter in terms of earnings from their stadium.

The Nerazzurri brought in over 100 million in gate receipt earnings from matches at the San Siro.

That was the result of the team’s Serie A campaign, but also of their run in the Champions League.

Inter enjoyed the extra revenues that came from knockout ties against the likes of Porto, Benfica, and most notably of all, AC Milan.

But regardless of the Nerazzurri’s progress in Europe this season, they are already on track to surpass that.

Over 1M Spectators & 80M In Earnings For Inter At San Siro Already

On Monday, Inter will host Genoa in Serie A.

That match should be another full house, or very close to it. This would be in keeping with the trend this season, which has seen the San Siro play host to 72,924 spectators on average for Inter matches in the league.

And therefore Inter will surpass a very significant milestone in terms of attendance.

Monday’s match will mark more than one million total spectators at the San Siro for Nerazzurro matches.

And the total earnings from all of those fans will go in excess of 80 million, the Gazzetta report.

Inter aren’t done there yet, either. As the Gazzetta notes, there are five more league matches to go at the San Siro for Inter.

With the gate receipt earnings from those five home matches, the Nerazzurri should go beyond the 100 million mark again, and exceed last season’s total.

Then there is the matter of the Champions League.

Inter have already brought in the revenues – over 9 million in total – from the first leg of their Champions League round of sixteen tie against Atletico.

If the team can see out the tie in the second leg in Madrid, they will be able to count on a similar big payday from stadium gate receipts in whatever tie they face in the next round.