The derby between AC Milan and Inter will be watched by a sell-out crowd at San Siro but also by hundreds of countries around the world.
The club’s official website have provided some eye-opening numbers ahead of what will be the 232nd instalment of the Derby Della Madonnina, with over 75,000 fans expected at the stadium on Saturday evening.
There will be more than 150 countries connected for the match that will be captured by over 20 cameras. In addition, a drone will also be present in the camera plan, to bring all the pre-game emotions to life from the sky.
The arrival of the team’s bus will be screened around the and the Spider Cam – a special camera that frames the field – will be “flying” above the stadium, thus allowing viewers to immerse themselves in the game with a breathtaking view.
There will also be over over 150 accredited journalists and 29 photographers with different nationalities.
In addition, of the more than 75,000 future present, more than 10,000 come from abroad, with about 145 different nationalities represented.