Inter, Milan and Roma Lead Serie A in Season Tickets

With no more restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Serie A teams have resumed selling season tickets, and the results have been splendid. Inter, Milan and Roma, in particular, are registering record numbers, Corriere dello Sport informs.

The Giallorossi had already sold out every seat available before the arrival of Paulo Dybala further ignited the enthusiasm of their fans. The two Derby della Madonnina rivals are going toe-to-toe. The Nerazzurri have had €41k subscribers in a flash, while the Scudetto winners just €1k less. Such threshold hadn’t been reached by both Milan outfits since the 2008/2009 season. The Rossoneri stopped at 32k in the last campaign before the stoppage.

After major financial struggles, Serie A clubs will enjoy the windfall coming from season tickets. Under normal circumstances, the gameday profits represent 15 percent of their total income. TV rights only partially made up for them in the last two years, when a big chunk of the matches took place with no fans or just a small percentage.

As for the other teams, Juventus and Lazio are just above 20k. The Biancocelesti are reportedly accelerating in the last few days. The Bianconeri experienced a 27 percent dip compared to 2019/2020. Though, they decided to close the campaign anyway and proceed with single match sales.

Fiorentina and Lecce reached the 20k quota too. Atalanta, Bologna, Sampdoria, Verona and Udinese are at about €10k. Napoli were the last Serie A side to start selling season tickets, and so their data are very premature.

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