MILAN – Rivalry, tradition and history. 110 years on since the first encounter, Inter and Juventus will meet again on Sunday 6th October in one of the biggest fixtures of the season. Antonio Conte’s Inter are ready to be cheered on by a packed out San Siro.
The 236th Derby d’Italia that kicks off at 20:45 CEST on Sunday will be fully sold out with 75,000 fans from across Italy and the world. Over 100 nationalities will be represented in the stands with over 500 clubs present and over 20% of tickets have been bought from outside of Italy. 87% of tickets were bought online from Inter.it/tickets and over 40 broadcasters will show the match in more than 200 countries.
Ticket sale began in August and will come to an in the coming hours as the few remaining seats are bought. The In- Inter Hospitality packages are also sold out and for the first time Club history, all of the SkyBoxes are sold out to companies with season-long packages. Gate receipts will tally up to €6.5 million taking season tickets, match tickets, and hospitality into account which is a record for Serie A.
Gates will open at 17:45 CEST to allow supporters to enjoy the pre-match atmosphere and activities. Away fans will have to go through the away car park to gain entry and not travel directly to Gate 10.