AC Milan will pass one million total spectators for the season during Sunday’s home game against Atalanta, according to a report.
La Gazzetta dello Sport report how Milan-Bologna saw 68,136 people at San Siro, Milan-Genoa had 70,259 and Milan-Fiorentina had 71,542. Milan-Atalanta is a sell out and should mean over 75,817 spectators are present.
We are at 961,481 total fans for the season, to which we must add the 75,000+ to make 1,000,035, and it should ensure that Milan finish above Inter in both total fans for the season and also average per game.
The same source reports that there were over 200,000 ticket requests for the game against Atalanta which would be nearly 3x the capacity of San Siro, once again showing how Milan fans are going crazy for the Scudetto push.
All of this is good news in view of the season ticket campaign just launched and of course from an economic point of view, because more fans means more revenue.