Due to the pandemic, all Inter home games have been held without spectators since June and have caused many financial problems.
According to a report officially released by the club today, it is estimated thatInter
have so far lost € 60 million this season due to the inability to sell tickets or season tickets.
The main financial impact at TeamCo level relate to the loss in ticketing revenue due to matches played behind closed doors (or severely restricted numbers) since the end of February 2020,
” an official club statement reads.
“The sporting season 2020-21 commenced with stadiums closed or only open to a restricted amount of people.
“As a result, we have not put for sale any season or matchday tickets to date.
“We estimate a negative impact on revenue and cash in the region of €60 million.”
Despite the poor financial situation, Inter have excelled in this season and are at the top of the table after 23 games, with a four-point advantage over AC Milan.