CF: How much Milan and Inter pay in rent to use San Siro – the breakdown

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan and Inter are working on building a new stadium but have been stopped in their tracks by bureaucratic issues. In the meantime, they still have to pay a hefty rent to use San Siro each season. 

Compared to other top clubs in Europe, Milan and Inter are missing out a lot on stadium revenue especially since they don’t own San Siro. Every year, they pay the city council rent and the revenue is very small when everything is accounted for.

As reported by Calcio e Finanza, analysing the books of the MI Stadio company, Milan and Inter registered revenues of €19.8m in 2021/22 compared to €11.2m in 2020/21. The costs, meanwhile, were €18.7m and €15.2m respectively.

That means the clubs made a loss in 2020/21 and only a small profit last season (does not include ticket revenue). In terms of rent, Milan and Inter paid a total of €8.6m in 2020/21 and €8.5m in 2021/22. The clubs pay €8.5m per season on average based on the last seven seasons.

Tags AC Milan Inter San Siro

1 Comment

  1. This is why Milan needs their own stadium. Not just it will increase their revenue but Milan doesn’t need to pay rent and cut their revenue for the city council anymore.

    More revenue means more money to invest in transfer market and increase the salary cap.

    But some fans in here are fvckin ignorant and keeps blaming Maldini / RedBird for the salary cap despite Milan doesn’t have enough income to give salary beyond their limit.

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